Topology and Misinterprotato present Healthy: New work for double ensemble

Topology, Davidson, Robert and Misinterprotato (2010) Topology and Misinterprotato present Healthy: New work for double ensemble. Stonnington, VIC, Australia, Chapel Off Chapel.

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Author Topology
Davidson, Robert
Misinterprotato
Title Topology and Misinterprotato present Healthy: New work for double ensemble
Formatted title
Topology and Misinterprotato present Healthy: New work for double ensemble
Place of publication Stonnington, VIC, Australia
Publisher Chapel Off Chapel
Publication date 2010-08-27
Total pages 1 Musical performance
Language eng
Subject 190407 Music Performance
Live Performance of Creative Work - Music
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Topology, one of Australia's leading new music groups combine with Misinterprotato, a young, energetic contemporary jazz trio in the creation of a fascinating blend of sounds and styles. The combination is unique - two double basses, two pianos, drum kit, strings and saxophone. With both groups highly interested in the intricacies of rhythmic interaction, and the meeting of composition with improvisation the match is electric. Expect sounds involving contemporary classical music, jazz, avant garde pop, and free improvisations. All with a healthy dose of humour, fun and virtuosity and the music unlike what you've heard before.

For this performance they perform works from their highly acclaimed debut album together, 'Healthy', released in 2010 plus new work from composers in the group Sean Foran, John Parker, Robert Davidson and John Babbage.

Performers:Sean Foran - piano/rhodes, John Parker - drums, Pat Marchisella - bass, Robert Davidson - bass, John Babbage - Saxophones, Christa Powell - violin, Bernard Hoey - viola, Kylie Davidson - piano

 
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