Sophia Brous’ magical new festival, Supersense- Festival of the Ecstatic, will be lifting off this month from 7th-9th August.
Full festival details can be found here:
I’m stoked to be reuniting with Golden Furry Friends to play Jakob Ullmann’s Dissapearing Musics in the depths of the Arts Centre State Theatre Rehearsal Room in the depths of Friday night, 7th August.
Book your tickets here:
Can’t quite believe I’m going to have the enormous honour of playing with John Cale in Signal to Noise, the closing show at the ecstatic Sophia Brous’ Supersense- Festival of the Ecstatic. Holy smokes!
Tickets are running out so book here now:
Last year I had the pleasure of developing and recording Crepuscule with Simon Charles and now the time has come for its World Premiere alongside Michael Pisaro’s Fields Have Ears at the MCM New Music Studio on 14th August. Come along at 8pm to hear me and Simon joined by Peter de Jager and Ryan Williams. And it’s FREE!
See the flyer for details or check out this link:
The Third Edition of BIFEM will be coming straight to your ears in Central Victoria this September- be sure not to miss out! I’m excited to be playing in the 4x4x4 concert on Sunday 6th September featuring string quartets by Kimmo Kuokkala, Dylan Lardelli, Christophe Bertrand and Stefano Gervasoni. Book a festival pass and a cosy BnB in the country!
Very excited to be playing with Ensemble Offspring at Shanghai New Music Week this September. Looking forward to playing some Xennakis and Grisey as well as newer works by Mary Finsterer, Rosalind Page and Damien Ricketson as well as eating ALL the dumplings.
I will be joining Ensemble Offspring again in October for Future Retro in Sydney. The consecutive concerts feature works by Andriessen, Grisey and Ligeti alongside six new Australian works.
See here for details:
The Wangaratta Jazz Festival’s 2015 programme is looking characteristically impressive and I can’t wait for this show with Dave Douglas and the MAE. Come to the country to check it out!
The magnificent Australian Chamber Choir are fresh off the plane from their European Tour and you can now hear them in these concerts of regal 16th, 17th and 20th Century works. Concerts will be in Geelong on 1st November, Macedon on 7th November and Melbourne on 8th November.