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Ephemera Trio and Metanoia


Fri 13 Oct 2017, 6:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Venue 505, 280 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

Listed by: keynawilkins

Join us for a double bill Ephemera Trio and Metanoia on the most evocative night of the year! Space music meets mind music! (Doors: 6pm, Metanoia: 8:30pm, Ephemera: 9:30pm).

Ephemera Trio

Compositions/Piano/Flute: Keyna Wilkins
Double Bass: Elsen Price
Trumpet: Will Gilbert

"Arresting, genre-blurring..Disquieting music with massive breadth and high drama. 4 Stars." - John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald

"Full of sonic textures and infinite possibility, this is one of the true concept albums of recent years. 4 Stars." - Peter Wockner, Jazz and Beyond

"Truly out of this intergalactic love song dedication that knows no peer." - Lloyd Bradford Syke, Australian Stage

Ephemera: A musical exploration of celestial landscapes such as pulsars, craters, planetary atmospheres, stars, sun and void. Merging the sound worlds of jazz and contemporary classical, and set to real space sounds, it is an original sonic experience. Their debut album Orbits and Riffs released this year received critical acclaimed. NASA recordings of electromagnetic waves from planets and stars is the backdrop soundtrack and has been complied by astronomer Professor Paul Francis. Each member brings their own unique voice to the ensemble drawing from a multitude of musical backgrounds. Elsen is a new music specialist, Will is a jazz trumpeter and Keyna is a jazz/classical/flamenco musician and composer, who combine to create a distinctive sound world that organically react to stellar concepts. Universe and Universality.


Compositions/Saxophones: Scott Kelly
Saxophone: Tim Clarkson
Double Bass: Max Alduca
Drums: James Waples

Metanoia is a change of the heart and mind that results in a new perspective on the world. The brainchild of saxophonist Scott Kelly, this project explores how a change in the state of mind of a performer affects the music that they improvise. The music exists in the space between structure and freedom, order and chaos, and resonates with the beauty of the present moment.