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February 2019


16 February 2019 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 pm
Mara concert 16 February 2019

In the afterglow of Valentines newly pledged, Mara! focus on love’s caprice… hearts won and lost…the language may change, but the feeling’s the same.

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July 2019

Ascension – The Coltrane Project

6 July 2019 @ 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm
$24 – $77

This gig features a mighty ten – member version of the Coltrane Project to play John Coltrane’s rarely performed magnum opus Ascension. This version of the Coltrane Project band will include 2 basses and a talented array of improvisers with different approaches. Ascension features each soloist in turn alternating with barrages of horns and drums as the whole ensemble reaches for the stars!

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September 2019

Ten Part Invention

21 September 2019 @ 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm
$29 – $76

When Ten Part Invention play, it’s always an event and their September 21st gig will be no different. The line-up consists of brilliant soloists and the book bulges with superb compositions from some of the major jazz composers in the history of Australian jazz.

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Sandy Evans Trio with Andrew Robson

26 September 2019 @ 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm
$22 – $69

In this special collaboration, the internationally-renowned Sandy Evans Trio is joined by two very special guests - saxophonist Andrew Robson and drummer Hamish Stuart. Completing the stellar line up is sensational bass player Brett Hirst.

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August 2021

Postcards from the Anthropocene

August 16 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
$27 – $47
Sandy Evans Promotional tile for Postcards from the Antropocene

Postcards from the Anthropocene is presented as part of the WinterJazzFest Freedom Jazz Dance series | In December 2019, Sydney was enveloped in a thick blanket of smoky haze. It was on one of the worst days for bushfire smoke that Sandy Evans, Adam Hulburt and Hamish Stuart recorded this series of improvisations at UNSW reflecting on photographs they had taken during the preceding period of crisis and devastation. This music is offered as a protest against environmental destruction and climate change. The themes Mirage, Embers, Inferno, Skyline, Resistance and Aftermath inform these improvisations and reflections. The results are stunning- traversing ambient soundscapes, spacious grooves, troubled cries, dissonances resolution, surprise, peaceful reflection and even humour. It is not often that a project can genuinely speak of ‘original sounds’ but this is one such project. | Sandy Evans, Tenor and Soprano Saxophones, Suling, Flax | Hamish Stuart, Drums | Adam Hulbert, Euroback modular synthesiser with theremin and wind controller.

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