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When:

Tue 14 Nov 2017, 8:30pm

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

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Adults: $36.00
  • Pensioners/Members: $32.00
  • Students: $25.00
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Listed by: adminkq7

On the seventh night of the Sydney International Women's Jazz Festival, we have a double bill comprising a rare performance from Loretta Palmeiro and Mark Isaacs' duo project, Some of Two Parts, followed by Melbourne's cool saxophonist Angela Davis with the Angela Davis Quartet.

Some of Two Parts - Five years in the making, this is the exciting all-original duo improvisations of saxophonist Loretta Palmeiro with accomplished pianist and composer Mark Isaacs.

From a bedrock of jazz and contemporary classical music, Mark and Loretta play with folkloric elements and qualities of the Iberian peninsula such as flamenco, fado, and the spirit of duende, the dark and soulful current that runs through the most animated music.

“Immediately engaging on so many levels… a narrative that embraces contemporary classical, European folk, and jazz.” - Guy Strazz

Loretta Palmeiro soprano saxophone, Mark Isaacs piano.

Angela Davis Quartet - “The future belongs to artists of this calibre.” – All About Jazz

Described by The Age as having “an instinctively melodic approach”, Melbourne saxophonist Angela Davis is a unique and sought-after musician with two critically acclaimed albums as bandleader. Her second, Lady Luck (2015), was shortlisted for three Australian Jazz Bell Awards including Best Instrumental Jazz Album, Best Produced Album and Best Australian Jazz Composition.

In her Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival performance, come see why the New York City Jazz Record says, “She does her part to keep the cool school alive”, and The Australian praised her “beautifully elegant, honeyed alto tone, reminiscent of Paul Desmond”.

Angela Davis alto saxophone, Carl Dewhurst guitar, Phil Stack bass, Tim Firth drums.