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Chamber Jam

When:

Mon 31 Aug 2015, 7:30pm–10:30pm

Where: The Ellington Jazz Club, 191 Beaufort Street, Northbridge, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • Table (sitting): $20.00
  • Bar (standing): $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: NorthStreetMusic

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Erin Royer, Bridget Cleary, Mia Vukovic, David gioia, Caitlin Burke, Sacha Martineau, Michael Bednall, Tessa Campbell, Scott Collinson, Kieran Toye

The Perth Saxophone Collective was formed at the end of 2014, uniting a generation of Perth saxophonists to perform contemporary works for saxophone ensemble. The Collective comprises ten classically trained saxophonists, including graduates and students from the WA Academy of Performing Arts and the University of Western Australia. The Perth Saxophone Collective explores a diverse and exciting range of repertoire, including new works and arrangements.

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Thierryno Gangou, Sarah Clare, Nona Henschel, Vince Pavitt

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Ben Matthews

WAM Nominee and Jazz Performance Honours graduate Ben Matthews is a pianist, band leader and composer with a passion for artistic expression through improvisation and composition. Since 2008 he has held various residencies at Perth’s prominent clubs, bars, restaurants and hotels, sharing the stage with many of Australia’s premier musicians or performing as a soloist. Improvisation in music is the art of composing in the moment with little or no pre-design. Because of this, it becomes a challenge unto the performer to create something that sounds inspired and rehearsed despite a lack of preparation. In this risky performance environment, Ben Matthews takes to the stage to present a set of improvised music, drawing influences from jazz pianists (Herbie Hancock, Hiromi Uehara), movie soundtrack composers (Joe Hisaishi, Nobuo Uematsu, John Williams) and neo-classical music. His aim is to provide the audience with a unique performance of storytelling and emotional expression through the piano.