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Hatched Open Mic 2018

  • 107 Projects 107 Redfern Street Redfern, NSW, 2016 Australia (map)

For Hatched Open Mic 2018 we have chosen a bunch of awesome emerging Sydney artists who we think you need to know about. Come along to 107 Projects on July 7 to experience Freya Schack-Arnott and friends, Sho Prince Henry Liang in partnership with flute genius Naomi Johnson, and a crazy improvisatory set from Ensemble Onsombl.

The theme of blurred lines of musical authorship as well as blurred lines of sound pervades all three programs. Each show shines a spotlight on the musical world we currently inhabit, where performer and composer are constantly crossing the boundaries of their traditional roles, and sounds merge and transform to create genuinely new sonic worlds.

EVENT WEBSITE
http://ensembleoffspring.com/the-music/upcoming-shows/hatched-academy-2018-open-mic/

PERFORMANCES
5 – 8.30pm 7 July at Projects 107
107 Redfern Street, Redfern
Tickets at the door: $15 one show, $30 all three
Booking fees apply for online purchase of tickets

PERFORMERS
5pm Freya Schack-Arnott (cello)
6:15pm Henry Liang (sho/flute) & Naomi Johnson (flute)
7:30pm Ensemble Onsombl

PROGRAM
Freya Schack-Arnott (cello) & friends
with guests Georgina Oakes (clarinet – Hatched Academy Associate Artist 2018), Naom Yaffe (violin) & Jack Ward (cello)
A presentation of intimate Australian works for cello, ranging from the lyrical melodious tones of Kate Moore’s stunning works, “Whoever you are come forth” and “Broken Rosary”, to the strange and texturally expressive sounds of Liza Lim’s classic duo for cello and clarinet “Inguz” (Viking rune for ‘fertility’). Binding these works will be improvisations based on two of Alex Pozniak’s ‘Instructions for Improvisation’, highlighting the fluid creative exchange between interpreter/performer and composer and the inherent blurred lines of musical authorship.

Henry Liang (sho/flute) & Naomi Johnson (flute)
with guests Kezia Yap (electronics) & Todd Fuller (visuals)
Where does one sound become another? Join Naomi Johnson (flutes) and Henry Liang (sho/flute) for a musical degustation of sounds from near and far, familiar and daring. With a program exploring the transformation of sound and the influence of Japanese aesthetic, let this duo take your on a journey of reflection and discovery.

Ensemble Onsombl
Featuring Naomi Dodd, Solomon Frank, Joshua Winestock, Kristina Hutchinson, Angus Davison, Will Hansen and Josephine Macken, Ensemble Onsombl will present a set of new and existing pieces where human creative agency is a considered variable in composed music. These pieces rely on improvisatory intuition and although one person can be credited with the initial concept or impetus of the works, each performer shares equal creative responsibility.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/events/208874993256403/