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Founded by drummer John Pochée, Ten Part Invention has been at the forefront of Australian Contemporary Jazz since its debut performances at the 1986 Adelaide Festival of the Arts. The ensemble has played many festivals throughout the world including the Chicago Jazz Festival and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Committed to performing exclusively Australian compositions, they have over 80 pieces in their repertoire. This performance, the first for SIMA for over a year, will feature 4 new commissioned pieces by Sandy Evans, Miroslav Bukovsky, Andrew Robson and Paul McNamara. Also featured will be the music from Miroslav Bukovsky’s “The 5 Bells Suite” inspired by Kenneth Slessor’s famous poem.
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