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Tue, 08 Aug

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The Brunswick Green

WTF Tuesdays

You Sing The Song (album launch) + Miyama McQueen-Tokita

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08 Aug 2023, 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm

The Brunswick Green, Unit 313/315 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC 3056, AUSTRALIA

詳細

WTF Tuesdays are back at the Green! A new series mixing up jazz improv sessions- contemporary classical- and live scores to classic movies.

This Tuesday features a solo set from Miyama McQueen-Tokita and then launching their new album, You Sing The Song, Greg Sher & Dylan van der Schyff.

Music from 8:30pm // Tickets $15 (or pay what you can at the door)

TICKETS: https://events.humanitix.com/wtf-tuesdays-you-sing-the-song

FIRST SET Miyama McQueen-Tokita - Koto Tokyo-based koto and bass koto player Miyama McQueen-Tokita’s practice re-imagines the vocabulary and tradition of Japanese music in the contemporary context of improvisation and experimental music. With the occasional addition of electronics and voice, Miyama’s work as a composer and interpreter speaks beyond her foundation in hogaku and experimental music, with influences ranging from Kazue Sawai to Meredith Monk.

SECOND SET (ALBUM LAUNCH) You Sing The Song is a live in-studio performance of improvisations for saxophone and drums/percussion. The recordings are un-edited and comprise the totality of the performance, which unfolded naturally in two 20-minute parts. Aesthetically, the performance is inspired by the traditions of American free-jazz and European free-improvisation, spanning delicate micro-textures to large scale expressions of energy and emotion.

Album released July 13, 2023 - https://gregsher.bandcamp.com/album/you-sing-the-song

Greg Sher – alto saxophone Dylan van der Schyff – drums, bells, bowls etc.

Recorded by Dylan van der Schyff, June 7th, 2023 at the Brian Brown Studio, University of Melbourne Southbank, Australia

Artwork: "You Sing The Song" By Lee Hutzulak (used with permission) leehutzulak.com

This music was recorded on the unceded ancestral lands of the people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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