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Expired Event - Double Bill: Amphibious + Gary Daley and Friends - 18 May 2012

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Double Bill: Amphibious + Gary Daley and Friends

When:
Fri 18 May 2012
Details:
Amphibious combines the beauty and expressive depth of classical music, with the rhythmic and
improvisational approach of jazz and the sound of alternative/post rock and pop. Their new CD Splendid Virgins, a title drawn from C15th Spain, also explores ‘50s musicals, German Baroque and recent pop/rock musical language.

Influences range from Bach, Keith Jarrett to Radiohead.

We welcome cellist Ollie Miller back to Springwood, he played last November in Sanctuary. Ollie is joined by Richard Maegraith saxophone and clarinet, Aaron Flower guitar and Jamie Cameron playing the drums. Music critic John Shand has described Miller’s playing in Amphibious as “Opulence and edginess superbly exploited”.

Plus a first set by Gary Daley & Friends
Gary Daley accordion, Llew Kiek bozouki, Brett Hirst bass

Fri. May 18th, 8.00 pm

Tickets $30 / $20con.

Supported by Blue Mountains Council Cultural Partnerships
Program and the Springwood Neighbourhood Centre

Location:
Presbyterian Hall, 160 Macquarie Rd, Springwood
Contact:
Turning Page Bookshop on
  4751 5171

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