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When:

Mon 13 Nov 2017, 7:30pm

Where: Foundry616, 616 Harris St., Ultimo, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Adults: $26.00
  • Pensioners/Members: $22.00
  • Students: $15.00
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Listed by: adminkq7

On the sixth night of the Sydney International Women's Jazz Festival, we have a double bill of Baroque Jazz (Elysian Fields) and Space Jazz (Ephemera Trio).

Elysian Fields - “A head-spinning dialogue between half a millennium ago and now” (Sydney Morning Herald) - is an ongoing experiment in creating new music for an electrified version of bowed Baroque instrument, the viola da gamba.

Meanwhile, Ephemera Trio use their jazz, new music, classical and flamenco backgrounds to explore stellar concepts alongside an invisible fourth bandmember, The Universe - in the form of actual NASA space recordings from planets and stars.

Baroque Jazz - Jenny Eriksson is one of Australia's leading viola da gambists and an expert on the music of its era. Elysian Fields' performances comprise unique original works such as Matt McMahon’s ‘For Thomas Wyatt’ – “eloquently elegiac, its melody Celtic, its tone dark” - as well as wide-ranging covers, from Jenny's arrangements of French Baroque composer Marin Marais to charts and folk songs that reflect her Scandinavian heritage.

Susie Bishop vocals and violin Paul Cutlan saxophones Matt McMahon piano Jenny Eriksson electric viola da gamba Siebe Pogson bass guitar Finn Ryan drums.

Space Jazz - Ephemera Trio merge the sound worlds of jazz and new music against a backdrop of NASA space recordings compiled by astronomer Professor Paul Francis. “Arresting, genre-blurring… Disquieting music with massive breadth and high drama” (Sydney Morning Herald).

Their debut album Orbits and Riffs was released earlier this year to critical acclaim: “Full of sonic textures and infinite possibility, this is one of the true concept albums of recent years.” – Peter Wockner, Jazz and Beyond.

Keyna Wilkins compositions, piano, flute Elsen Price double bass, loop pedal Will Gilbert trumpet.