Space is the Place - Bungarribee
It's not what jazz is, It's what jazz does - Ronny Ferrella
Sydney Improvised Music Association presents:
Space Is The Place: Bungarribee
As part of the Jazz:NOW program
An exotic blend of world, jazz and classical music, Daley travelled down Bungarribee Road in Sydney’s outer western suburbs to his earliest music lessons... and there the journey unfolded.
Named after the Indigenous word for ‘idyllic meeting place’, Bungarribee is an imaginative re-working of the classic jazz quartet. Paul Cutlan’s masterful bass clarinet is set against an exotic rhythm section featuring accordion, cello and Beier’s south Indian hand percussion, bells and rhythmic knick-knacks.
Gary Daley | Piano, Accordion, Loops and Electronics
Paul Cutlan | Flutes, Clarinets and Sax
Oliver Miller | Cello, Electronics
Tunji Beier | Indian, African Percussion And Loops
“It's a rare sensation these days, but there is still such exhilaration in being taken to the edge of the possible. Many sections of this concert made you felt you'd had a craniotomy, and the top of your skull had rocketed skyward” John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald
Concert: 7:00pm (60 minute show)
Venue: Australian Institute of Music, The Space.
Beer, wine and light snacks will be available to purchase.
Proudly supported by The City of Sydney and Create NSW.
AIM - The Space is a covid safe space - COVID Safe Plan - HERE
SIMA acknowledges the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the land on which this event will take place. We pay respect to the elders past, present and emerging. We recognise that on this land sovereignty was never ceded, It always was, always is, always will be Aboriginal land.