It’s great to be back at Arts House this month for a week of performances of Kate Neal’s epic multimedia work Semaphore. Composed by Kate Neal, directed by Laura Sheedy, choreographed by Tim Walsh and animated by Sal Cooper. Be sure to book.
INLAND is the love-child of my dear compadres Alexander Garsden and Rohan Drape and I’m excited to be involved in this upcoming performance Far Below Lies The World on May 25th. If the opportunity to hear Carolyn Connors, Jim Denley, Alexander Garsden and Erkki Veltheim all perform in the same place on the same night isn’t enough to entice you to come, Rohan Drape will be performing on the beautiful organ of the Church of All Nations so you should probably be there.
It’s time to don your winter woolies and head out to the country for the 11th Woodend Winter Arts Festival. I am pleased to be joining Accademia Arcadia for some Haydn and Mozart at St Ambrose Church on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th.
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What an honour to be part of the World Premiere of Nyilipidgi with the Monash Art Ensemble and the Young Wagilak Group at this year’s Melbourne International Jazz Festival. This is going to be a truly special event not to be missed.
Check out this article for the inimitable Paul Grabowsky’s insight into the project:
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I’m pretty stoked to be involved in this swell concert series set up by the inimitable Biddy Connor and the Letter String Quartet. The first concert, Oculus Sonic, is coming up soon at the Abbotsford Convent.
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The Letter String Quartet Series 2015. Artwork by Celeste Potter.