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Jenny Game Ensemble

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  • General Admission: $15.20 each ($15.00 + $0.20 fees)
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  • Sat 2 Mar 2024, 8:30pm–10:30pm


Part of The Motley Bauhaus


All Ages Licensed

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Jenny Game is a composer and saxophonist based in Melbourne. The Jenny Game Ensemble performs innovative new music infused with fresh bursts of creative improvisation; her works invoke a spine-tingling interplay of jazz, Middle Eastern and Western art music.  Jenny has composed for and led new music ensembles for over twenty years; her compositions span jazz and improvisation, chamber opera, electroacoustic and inter-cultural musical styles. A recent highlight is a season of her a musical theater piece in The Blood Vote at Gasworks Theater in 2023 as part of Melbourne Fringe.

Percussionist and composer Peter Neville has had a stella career spanning four decades and embracing a wide range of musical genres, from pop music and jazz to orchestral and contemporary music. As percussionist of the ELISION ensemble for thirty-five years he has premiered hundreds of new works, recorded a score of CDs and undertaken dozens of national and international tours. Michael Currie, has played with many improvising and folk musicians, including Australia tours with Peggy Van Zalm and Mal Webb. He experiments with alternative tunings to enhance the range of expression of the double bass and has worked with Melbourne luthier Ben Puglisi and Sydney luthier Matthew Tucker to develop a unique 5-string bass.

Alexander Meagher is a dynamic freelance percussionist who studied at both Melbourne University and Australian National Academy of Music. He has wide expertise in Middle Eastern, orchestral, musical theatre, chamber music, new music and early music styles and genres. His hand drums and driving kit rhythms offer a subtle yet powerful contribution to the ensemble.

Doors 8pm

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