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Anthony Pateras: piano
Scott Tinkler: trumpet
Erkki Veltheim: violin
‘This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.’
Playing solo in Geneva this Friday August 26, at the second editions of the Piano Cataclysm festival. The evening also features a new version of my piece for 30 pianos: A Billion Aphorisms And Still No Better…
April’s concert of Australian works performed by the BBCSO conducted by Brett Dean at Maida Vale is being broadcast tonight at 22:15 UK time.
The program will be available to listen after broadcast for a couple of weeks…
Immediata Records in association with The Grove present a one-off event to celebrate two new releases by some of Australia’s most distinguished exponents of contemporary improvisation: Anthony Burr (clarinets), Scott Tinkler (trumpet), Erkki Veltheim (violin) and Anthony Pateras (piano). This is a double CD launch concert featuring personnel from the two latest Immediata releases.
New releases available for the launch price of $20 each on the night, $35 for the pair. All Immediata releases are limited editions of 300 with extended booklet featuring interviews with the personnel.
1st set: Burr/Tinkler/Veltheim
2nd set: Burr/Pateras (CD Launch)
3rd set: Tinkler/Veltheim/Pateras: North of North (CD Launch)
Have listen to a track from the upcoming Immediata release The Long Exhale featuring clarinetist and composer Anthony Burr.
Out in Mid-July….
The Moment In and Of Itself is the debut album from North of North, featuring Anthony Pateras (piano), Scott Tinkler (trumpet) and Erkki Veltheim (violin).
Digital has been released June 16 to coincide with the launch concert at the Melbourne Recital Centre. Now available for download from the Immediata Bandcamp.
Physical with hot-stamped silver typeface and 16 page booklet in limited edition of 300 available mid-July.
North of North will play 14 dates across Europe, September/October 2016. Stay tuned!
Thanks again to Flussi/Riot Studio for hosting me in Napoli in April…
That’s right, Thymolphthalein (well the 3 that live in Sydney) are being difribulated to perform a special one-off appearance at the Vivid Festival on May 29th with the Sydney Conservatorium Contemporary Music Ensemble.
Concert will start with a prepared piano/prepared bass duo with Clayton Thomas.
Video documentation of A Billion Aphorisms And Still No Better, a piece for 30 pianos performed live in Geneva last year. There will be a repeat performance in August 2016 at Theatre Galpon…