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Jeremy Rose Quartet + Matt McMahon & Carl Dewhurst Duo
- Date: Wednesday, 4 December 2019
- Venue: Venue 505 — 5 Eliza St, Newtown, NSW
- Tickets: $20/$15 — Tickets can be purchased online
Jeremy Rose Quartet
Saxophonist-composer Jeremy Rose leads his quartet through an exploration of compositions from his three critically acclaimed releases and new material ahead of a recording. Rose leads and co-leads a variety of projects including the ARIA nominated, Australian Music Prize shortlisted The Vampires, The Strides, the Earshift Orchestra, the Jeremy Rose Quartet, and is a tireless advocate for jazz and creative music through his label, Earshift Music.
Rose has received numerous awards including two Bell Awards, an APRA Professional Development Award, runner up at the National Jazz Awards saxophone competition and a four-time Art Music Award finalist for Excellence in Jazz. Described as “one of the most creative and restless musicians in the Australian jazz scene,” Rose has released over a dozen albums of original music and recorded with two of jazz music’s most exciting artists, Kurt Rosenwinkel and Lionel Loueke.
With a lineup of some of Sydney’s best jazz artists, this is a night not to be missed!
Jeremy Rose – tenor saxophone
Steve Barry – piano
Tom Botting – bass
Tim Firth – drums
Carl Dewhurst & Matt McMahon: Trapeze for Two Atoms
When two of Australia’s most acclaimed jazz musicians came together for their first dedicated duo performance, in a remote bush location, neither anticipated that it would lead them to a new project based on the pure love of playing. Guitarist Carl Dewhurst and pianist Matt McMahon have played together in countless live performances, projects and recordings for over 20 years – with Band of Five Names, Daorum, Trace Sphere, Phil Slater and Vince Jones to name a few - but they had never collaborated on something of their own.
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