Fridays from 5:30pm

Arrive early before your show or simply wrap up your work week and start the weekend wind down at QPAC’s famous Green Jam, presented with thanks to Principal Partner Heritage Bank.

From 5:30pm every Friday, enjoy FREE live music on the Melbourne Street Green performed by local artists from South East Queensland and Jazz students from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. From jazz, folk to contemporary rock, it’s always a chilled, easy vibe.

Share the relaxed experience and catch up with friends on the lawn, drink in hand, cool breeze in the air and take advantage of QPAC’s inspired Green Jam Eats. Located alongside our Cafe and Bistro. This season, Green Jam Eats is inspired by the vibrant tastes of Mexico. Tempt your taste buds and check out the menu.

Artists in 2016 included Neighbour, Captain Dreambot, Chris Tamwoy, Graham Moes and Chaiki and 2017 will see an equally impressive line-up of performers on the stage.

LINE-UP

Fri 10 March
Sam Hewerdine Trio

Fri 17 March
Andrea Vocaturo Trio

Fri 24 March
To be confirmed

Fri 31 March
To be confirmed

Fri 7 April
To be confirmed

Fri 14 April
No performance due to Good Friday public holiday 

Fri 21 April
Pink Matter

Fri 28 April
Belephwants

Fri 5 May
To be confirmed

Fri 12 May
To be confirmed

Fri 19 May
To be confirmed

Fri 26 May
To be confirmed

Fri 2 June
Jo Davie Quartet

Fri 9 June
Merinda Dias-Jayasinha Quartet

Fri 16 June
To be confirmed

Fri 23 June
To be confirmed

Fri 30 June
To be confirmed

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ARTIST LINE-UP

  • Sam Hewerdine Trio

    Sam Hewerdine – Piano
    Mark Davies – Drums
    Goran Gajić – Acoustic Bass

    With a taste for standards that lie outside the norm, the members of the Sam Hewerdine Trio are constantly raising their musical sensibilities to the next level. Each member brings an endearingly naïve enthusiasm and love of making music to the table, as they use the trio as a platform for musical growth. The three up-and-coming musicians have now been playing together for a year and are set on sharing their work with the local music scene.
    Performing on: Fri 10 March

  • Andrea Vocaturo Trio

    The Andrea Vocaturo Trio features Andrea Vocaturo (guitar), Helen Svoboda (bass) and Dan Hirsch (drums). 

    Andrea is currently finishing a Doctorate of Musical Arts at the Queensland Conservatorium, focusing on guitar composition with alternate tunings. He has had the pleasure of performing with established musicians such as Tyrone Noonan, Ian Haug, Steve Newcomb, and Louise Denson and has played at several renowned venues such as the Brisbane Jazz Club, Old Museum Building, JMI, The Zoo and the Esplanade hotel in St. Kilda. 

    Helen has a passion for freer forms of improvised music, merging elements from a range of stylistic genres into her original compositions. She has performed with a range of musicians including John Hoffman, Steve Newcomb and Kristin Berardi in venues such as the Brisbane Jazz Club and The Basement. 

    Dan has performed at a range of Music Festivals in Queensland including the Brisbane International Jazz Festival, Broadbeach Jazz Festival and Woodford Folk Festival. He currently leads two jazz ensembles, the piano trio The Schumachers, and the septet the Gingerbread Boys.
    Performing on: Fri 17 March

  • Pink Matter

    Hailing from Brisbane, Australia, Pink Matter is the four-piece all-girl band that empowers and captivates. Characterized by their funky grooves and quirky melodies, the neo-soul/pop group established themselves in 2016 and have their sights set on releasing their debut EP in the near future.

    Drawing inspiration from bands such as Hiatus Kaiyote and Flight Facilities, the Pink Matter girls, Kerry Raywood, Izzy De Leon, Megan Christensen and Libby Scott, have found their niche in dreamy ballads and danceable funk tunes. Hypnotizing and addictive, entrancingly beautiful and a little out of the ordinary – this is Pink Matter.
    Performing on: Fri 21 April

  • Belephwants

    Young emerging jazz saxophone quartet Belephwants is breaking the boundaries of the traditional saxophone quartet. With a focus on composing and performing original compositions and arrangements, many of their arrangements are written for two tenor saxophones, an alto and baritone saxophone. The group brings together a blend of sounds similar to a jazz big band. The quartet is passionate about making original Australian works. Belephwants draws influences from classical, jazz, third stream, contemporary, world music, funk and blues.
    Performing on: Fri 28 April

  • Jo Davie Quartet

    Jo Davie is a versatile vocalist, songwriter and teacher with a diverse repertoire traversing the realms of jazz standards, through to traditional gypsy music and contemporary popular styles. Jo has recently completed her Bachelor of Music degree at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, under the illustrious mentorship of Irene Bartlett. She passionately performs in both an originals duo, and her self-initiated Jo Davie Quartet, and was recently invited to showcase as part of the Brisbane Jazz Vocal Festival “Stars of the Future” event. Last year, she sang at both the Ozmanouche and Woodford Folk Festivals as the vocalist of ‘Cigany Weaver’ an emerging six-piece gypsy jazz band.

    Jo enters the contemporary genre in her self-managed solo project, showcasing her intriguing song-writing talent and intricate story-telling ability. This project has seen her sing in established Brisbane venues including Black Bear Lodge and The Milk Factory whilst granting her performances with community festivals, the global ‘Sofar Sounds’ initiative, QUT’s indie 100 recording project and Brisbane Marketing’s ‘The City Sounds’. Jo is currently undertaking her Honours in performance at the Queensland Conservatorium whilst expanding her private teaching business and launching new recording projects.
    Performing on: Fri 2 June

     

  • Merinda Dias-Jayasinha Quartet

    Currently in her third year of study at the Queensland Conservatorium, jazz vocalist Merinda Dias-Jayasinha has performed with a variety of ensembles including the Con Artists and the John Hoffman Group. Merinda’s performance credits include the Brisbane Jazz Club, Bennetts Lane Jazz Club in Melbourne, and the Magnetic Island Jazz Festival, and a showcase in the Brisbane Vocal Jazz Festival’s ‘Stars of the Future’. She is also the recent recipient of the Sid SJ Bromley Jazz Award (2016) at the Con.

    The Merinda Dias-Jayasinha Quartet, with Nii Anang (keys), Sam Treby (bass), and Charles Hill (drums), is excited to combine their individual styles to put their own spin on a selection of jazz favourites at Green Jam.
    Performing on: Fri 9 June

  • [PAST] Nii Anang Trio

    The Nii Anang Trio is a collection of keen jazz musicians from Brisbane. Entering their third year of study at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, the Nii Anang Trio will bring to you some of the musical tricks they have learnt over the years. Nii Anang (piano), Charles Hill (drums) and Sam Treby (bass) would love for you to join us for a night of musical joy!
    Performing on: Fri 3 March

  • [PAST] Yeshe

    Yeshe has emerged as an exciting new voice of global Roots music. Yeshe’s story has been one of a global search for identity, fuelled by a deep connection to music. He was born in Germany in the same year that the Berlin Wall was built, Yeshe left his family home in Germany at the age of 16. For the next ten years he came of age as a versatile busking street performer, surviving on the hard streets of Europe’s capitals.

    During this time, Yeshe had a chance encounter with Mustapha Tettey Addy – a world renowned Ghanaian master drummer and ethnomusicologist – which sparked Yeshe’s musical journey of many years, living and studying Mbira, Kamele Ngoni and percussion in the villages and ghettos of West and Southern Africa, ultimately leading him to a life of playing music for spirit mediums across Zimbabwe. Leaving Africa to return to Europe, Yeshe had a chance meeting en-route with Canada’s Harry Manx. Since that time they have collaborated and toured together globally. Yeshe’s début album World Citizen was released on Manx’s label in 2004. Yeshe’s second album Roots & Wings won a Billboard World Song Contest, along with other international awards. More recently, Yeshe recorded and toured globally with one of Australia’s leading Roots artists, Xavier Rudd.

    Hailed by the Sydney Morning Herald as “Groundbreaking roots musician” and “Sublime *****” by the Montreal Metro, it is on his new EP Woven, that the veil has finally been pulled back on the story of this internationally celebrated musician.
    Performing on: Fri 24 February

  • [PAST] Steven Hart

    Steven is a Cherbourg Murri elder from the Kullilli Nation. His country, blues and roots ballads share his connection to country, songs of love and loss.
    Performing on: Fri 17 February

  • [PAST] Nonsemble

    Nonsemble inhabit a space between contemporary classical and adventurous pop music, resulting in a diverse output that ranges from sprawling and evocative modern compositions to meticulously crafted chamber-pop. Since forming in 2012, they’ve released two critically acclaimed albums and an EP, played alongside Sigur Ros and Beck at Harvest Festival, were invited to play and talk at TEDxBrisbane, and have toured across Australia, featuring performances at Tasmania’s MONA and Brisbane’s GOMA.

    A septet consisting of piano, string quartet, drums and guitar (plus the occasional blast of electronics), the group’s musical backgrounds are as varied as their output: classically trained instrumentalists and seasoned rock players whose musical interests range from obscure electronica and instrumental math-rock to early baroque music. This unique setup and blend of influences provides for a wide palette of sounds. Olafur Arnalds-esque lushness meets Joanna Newsom jubilance, while the shimmering brightness of minimalist composers such as Steve Reich and John Adams rubs shoulders with the intensity of Godspeed You Black Emperor or 65daysofstatic.
    Performing on: Fri 10 February

     

  • [PAST] The Ultrafantastics

    QPAC have enlisted Green Chimneys Records to bring a one-off evening of live music with some of Brisbane’s most sought after improvisers, producers and performers. With a core band comprised of musicians featured in some of Brisbane’s most highly regarded live acts, The Ultrafantastics never fail to excite the ears. Providing a unique performance in the heart of Brisbane’s cultural hub, QPAC, this evening truly proves to be one not to miss. Established in 2014, Green Chimneys Records have cemented themselves a place in the local music scene as a forefront label promoting music and musicians from all backgrounds. With a catalogue spanning releases from acts like Astro Travellers, Big Dead, Travis Jenkins and Ali the Great.
    Performing on: Fri 3 February

     

  • [PAST] Numb Bums and Ukulele Heroes Collective

    Numb Bums are a group of uke enthusiasts, from the BUMS Inc. ranks, who love to share the joy of the ukulele and music. There’s not a lot these guys won’t have a go at – so long as it’s musical, lyrical and fun to play. Their musical eclecticism embraces a broad range of music from 1920s and 30s classics, Celtic folk, swing and jazz, 60s to 80s classics through to contemporary popular music.

    Ukulele Heroes Collective is a ragtag group of five spawned from the lions of the Ukulele Heroes who are a duo who have performed for Hawaiian themed lunches and dinners including the Brisbane South Bank Surf Club Luau on New Year’s Eve 2012. The group cover a wide range of material from the 60s onwards.
    Performing on: Fri 23 December

  • [PAST] Vino Veritas

    Vino Veritas is a Brisbane based band playing a lively energetic mixture of genres from all over the world. Formed in 2013, the band features Rodrigo Santiago (guitar), Daniele Vilella (guitar) and Chris Gillespie (violin/vocals). The band members all come from very different backgrounds, bringing together a number of influences resulting in a variety of world music sounds. Covering many genres, including Latin pop, Rhumba, Tango, Gypsy Jazz, Eastern European folk and French comedy, Vino Veritas has been impressing audiences with their captivating performances.
    Performing on: Fri 16 December

  • [PAST] Raku One O'Gaia

    Raku One O’Gaia comes via Jamaica and England to the good life on the Australian East Coast. An exciting addition to the live music scene in Brisbane, his trademark feel-good vibes provide audiences with an uplifting performance of delta driven blues music and funky, soulful tones for which he is known and loved. Expect groove-laden rhythms on guitar, mouth-harp, slide guitar and assorted percussion from toe-tapping, acoustic-funk, transcendental blues, road-ready rock’n’roll, sweet ballads and even the occasional genuflector to reggae, all in some of the most positive and inspiring songs played back to back … anywhere.
    Performing on: Fri 9 December

  • [PAST] Steven Hart

    Steven is a Cherbourg Murri elder from the Kullilli Nation. The singer/songwriter shares his perceptions through country and blues, singing his own songs straight from the heart. His country, roots ballads share his connection to country, songs of love and loss.
    Performing on: Fri 2 December

  • [PAST] Chaika

    Sydney sextet Chaika are sensuous, cinematic and irresistibly danceable. Their music is a rich tapestry of spine-tingling vocal harmonies that weave seamlessly into instrumental dialogues, drawing influence from the Balkans and jazz. Described as “deeply touching and meditative” as well as “exuberant, virtuosic and uplifting”, their members have written for and performed with artists such as Monsieur Camembert, Mara! & the Martenitsa Choir, Riley Lee, The Rhythm Hunters and The Song Company. Together they create music of spellbinding beauty and exhilarating energy.
    Performing on: Fri 25 November 

  • [PAST] Graham Moes Band

    Graham Moes is a soul singer set in a world of modern electronic influences. Inspired by artists like Chet Faker, John Mayer, Gotye and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Moes cultivates harmonious soundscapes and driving rhythms to produce his distinctive RnB / Indie-Rock flavour, and together with his band delivers nothing short of a soul-party on the stage.
    Performing on: Fri 18 November 

  • [PAST] Ben Shannon Trio

    The Ben Shannon Trio have been performing in and around Brisbane and South East Queensland since 2015. With Ben Shannon on drums, Andrew Saragossi on saxophone and Zac Sakrewski on upright bass, the group seeks to explore original compositions and free improvisation in a cordless setting and will premiering tunes off their debut EP; with its release coinciding with the performance.
    Performing on: Fri 11 November

     

  • [PAST] James McIntyre Trio

    James McIntyre is a guitarist fusing the flavours of jazz, rock, funk and blues together to form an exciting and original sound. Initially studying jazz guitar at JMI, then working as a regular guitarist with many original and cover bands, he is now completing his final year at the Queensland Conservatorium on jazz guitar. He is joined by Helen Svoboda on bass and Stephen Caruana on drums.
    Performing on: Fri 4 November

  • [PAST] Francesca de Valence and Band

    Francesca de Valence is infatuated with self-expression. Her songs are unapologetic, uncovering the powers needed to live her magnificent life. Since 2008, Francesca has navigated her path as an independent artist with four releases winning quite a few songwriting awards including a Los Angeles Music Award and an Australian Songwriting Award, and supporting international touring artists including Belinda Carlisle and The Manhattan Transfer. She shares her love of creative expression with aspiring artists in her teaching job at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. Join her for a jam at Green Jam this October.
    Performing on: Fri 28 October

  • [PAST] Tribal Groove

    From soothing ambience to upbeat trance house, Tribal Groove moves through many layers of musicality. With didgeridoo, flute, percussion and guitar, Matt James simultaneously plays multiple instruments, while Lauren James adds a feminine flavour of vocals and keyboards.
    Performing on: 21 October

  • [PAST] Chris Tamwoy

    Chris Tamwoy is a self-taught guitarist with a unique playing style and sound. Spending his childhood years with family in the Torres Strait Islands, he now resides in Brisbane. His highlight gigs have included the Byron Bay Blues Festival 25th Anniversary, Woodford Folk Festival (QLD), Port Fairy Folk Festival (VIC), Darwin Festival, TEDx and many other shows throughout Australia and the Torres Strait Islands. 2016 saw Chris reach national audiences as he made his way through to the grand finals of Australia’s Got Talent TV Program – finishing in the top 5 contestants.  He won the National NAIDOC AWARD for Youth of the Year (2015), has been nominated for Young Citizens Australia Day Award, was the feature of a documentary unearthing talented young Australian artists on SBS/NITV and appears in numerous other short videos and documentaries.
    Performing on: Fri 14 October

  • [PAST] Kayleigh Pincott Trio

    Kayleigh Pincott is a vocalist, arranger and composer, recently awarded a Bachelor of Music in advanced performance from the Queensland Conservatorium. Kayleigh was this year’s winner of the James Morrison Generations in Jazz Vocal Scholarship, chosen from a field of six finalists from all over Australia. Having spent the last few years under the direction of Kristin Berardi and renowned pedagogue Irene Bartlett, Kayleigh has been honing her vocal technique and jazz artistry, working to develop an individual and authentic sound. The performance will feature Sophie Min (piano) and Helen Svoboda (bass).
    Performing on: Fri 7 October

  • [PAST] Jo Davie Quartet

    Jo Davie is a vocalist and songwriter in her third year as a Bachelor of Music candidate majoring in Jazz voice, guided by the world-renowned Irene Bartlett. She has performed in various ensembles, currently gigging in both a voice and guitar duo, as well as the Jo Davie Quartet. She also showcased as part of the Brisbane Jazz Vocal Festival “Stars of the Future” event at the Brisbane Jazz Club this year. Through her networks at the Queensland Conservatorium, Jo became the vocalist of Cigany Weaver, the 6-piece gypsy outfit who specialize in Jazz manouche repertoire.
    Performing on: Fri 30 September

  • [PAST] Jodie O'Brien Quartet

    Jodie O’Brien fell in love with jazz the moment she heard the captivating sounds of the United States Navy Band Commodores Jazz Ensemble; an experience granted to her through her award of the Pacific Honours Ensembles Program scholarship to travel to Seattle, Washington. Since then, her love of music has continued to grow within both the Australian and international music scenes and she is now a multi-instrumentalist in the saxophone section of the Con Artists Big Band and numerous jazz ensembles. The Jodie O’Brien Quartet, consisting of Sophie Min, Lachlan Symons, Isaac Cavallaro and Jodie O’Brien, will be performing an array of jazz repertoire, including standards and original compositions and arrangements.
    Performing on: Fri 23 September

  • [PAST] Charmaine Jones and Eddie Gazani

    Feast in the music from the streets of Brazil with Adelaide's vocal darling Charmaine Jones and Brazil’s renowned Eddie Gazani on guitar and vocals. Immerse yourself in the spirit of South America along with some of the finest performers of Brazilian music in Australia. Don't miss the music of Tom Jobim, Elis Regina, Rosa Passos, Caetano Veloso and Joyce Morena come alive in a myriad of rhythms and arrangements of well-loved Brazilian/Jazz tunes. The unique sounds of Charmaine Jones and Eddie Gazani will be complimented by their incredible band adding authenticity within the art of the Bossa Nova and Samba. Let your inner Carioca revel in the glorious sounds of Brazil… the perfect way to start the weekend.
    Performing on: Fri 16 September

  • [PAST] Nonsemble

    Nonsemble inhabit a space between contemporary classical and adventurous pop music, resulting in a diverse output that ranges from sprawling and evocative modern compositions to meticulously crafted chamber-pop. Since forming in 2012, they’ve released two critically acclaimed albums and an EP, played alongside Sigur Ros and Beck at Harvest Festival, were invited to play and talk at TEDxBrisbane, and have toured across Australia, featuring performances at Tasmania’s MONA and Brisbane’s GOMA.
    Performing on: Fri 9 September

  • [PAST] Troy Jungaji Brady

    Troy Jungaji Brady explores his country through song and visual art. Troy has forged a reputation based on integrity and alongside this solo release has been delving deep into the language and culture of his ancestral lands; talking to elders, immersing in language and creating art both visually and aurally. The Western GuGuYalanji and Birri Gubba man keeps cultural fires burning through his lyrics and music, sharing stories around the world.
    Performing on: Fri 2 September

  • [PAST] James McIntyre Trio

    James McIntyre is a guitarist fusing the flavours of jazz, rock, funk and blues together to form an exciting and original sound. Initially studying jazz guitar at JMI, then working as a regular guitarist with many original and cover bands, he is now completing his final year at the Queensland Conservatorium on jazz guitar. He is joined by Conservatorium alumni, Gavin Manikus on keyboards and Stephen Caruana on drums. This trio has performed together in several guises, and are usually part of the larger Andean Fusion ensemble, ‘Celestino’. In this format, led by James McIntyre, they will take you on a jazz fusion journey.
    Performing on: Fri 26 August

  • [PAST] Clare Purcell Quartet

    The Clare Purcell Quartet are a Brisbane based band with a love for jazz, jazz fusion, contemporary, pop and funk. Clare Purcell (voice), Leana Critchell (piano) and Natasha Robins (drums) formed as a group of jazz musicians all studying at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. Their music has taken them around South East Queensland, performing at Queen Street Mall, corporate functions, private functions and Brisbane's best pubs and clubs. Members of the band are professionally trained in jazz, contemporary and classical music.
    Performing on: Fri 19 August

  • [PAST] Merinda Dias-Jayasinha Trio

    The Merinda Dias Trio consists of Merinda Dias (vocals), Nii Anang (piano), and Sam Treby (bass). Now in their second year of study at the Conservatorium, the trio combines their individual styles to put their own spin on a selection of jazz favourites.
    Performing on: Fri 12 August

  • [PAST] Jacob Ridgeway and Kat Waria

    Jacob Ridgeway is a Brisbane based artist originally from Newcastle, New South Wales. Jacob is a country/soul artist who has cut his teeth with both genres. Jacob cites Troy Cassar-Daley, Keith Urban, Boyz II Men & Justin Timberlake as big influences. Jacob hopes to release his debut EP within the next 12 months. Kat Waria is a Brisbane based folk and soul artist. Kat cites artists such as Stevie Nicks, Sara Bareilles, Ashanti, Missy Higgins and Phil Collins as her biggest influences. Jacob and Kat have only been playing music together throughout 2016 but have performed separately at QPAC, NRL All Stars and shared stages with Jessica Mauboy, Stan Walker, Catherine Britt, The Viper Creek Band, Ash Grunwald and many others.
    Performing on: Fri 5 August

  • [PAST] Alphabet Street

    Brisbane funk quartet, Alphabet Street, are ready to roll out the soul train to stages city wide. Lauren Crick (vocalist extraordinaire) and Nathan Leonard (guitar slinging sideman) have joined forces with the tough-talkin', street-walkin' rhythm section of Aitken (sticksman/daredevil) and Beith (bassman/sage). Repertoire has been hand-picked from the finest vintage selections and brought to the masses via liveshow bootlegs. Alphabet Street are honoured to follow the traditions of their funky forebears and bear the torch for the next generation of funksters.
    Performing on: Fri 29 July

  • [PAST] Kristal West

    Kristal West is 25-year-old Indigenous Australian singer-songwriter who found a national audience in 2014, after becoming a Grand Finalist on the popular channel 9 TV show The Voice. She is granddaughter to the legendary Indigenous land rights activist, Eddie Mabo. Kristal has determination, passion and drive like her late grandfather, unwavering from her dreams to be recognised for her music. As part of the duo ZK, Kristal was mentored on The Voice by Will.i.am. Kristal developed a huge fan base, allowing her musical career to soar to new heights. Kristal’s influences include Tamia, Lianna La Havis, Alicia Keys, Ed Sheeran and Adele, to name a few. 
    Performing on: Fri 22 July

  • [PAST] Joshua Hatcher Trio

    The Joshua Hatcher Trio primarily explores classic repertoire from the big band tradition using drastically reduced resources. The sound of this music is buried deep in our auditory memories and the aim of this group is to leverage this collective memory as a means of understanding the process of reassembling and recontextualising this music with only three players.
    Performing on: Fri 15 July

  • [PAST] Toby Wren Trio

    Toby Wren is one of Australia’s most compelling and original artists. Gigging from an early age in blues, rock, classical and fusion, Wren went on to study composition at the Queensland Conservatorium. The synthesis of these styles into Toby’s compositions and performances has seen his various groups achieve national recognition. The Toby Wren Trio’s acclaimed 2006 release Umlaut was followed by 2008’s hard hitting Everything Must Go, which saw Toby collaborate with world saxophone competition winner, Jamie Oehlers.
    Performing on: Fri 8 July

  • [PAST] Natascha Sen Quartet

    Nonsemble inhabit a space between contemporary classical and adventurous pop music, resulting in a diverse output that ranges from sprawling and evocative modern compositions to meticulously crafted chamber-pop. Since forming in 2012, they’ve released two critically acclaimed albums and an EP, played alongside Sigur Ros and Beck at Harvest Festival, were invited to play and talk at TEDxBrisbane, and have toured across Australia, featuring performances at Tasmania’s MONA and Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art.

    A septet consisting of piano, string quartet, drums and guitar (plus the occasional blast of electronics), the group’s musical backgrounds are as varied as their output: classically trained instrumentalists and seasoned rock players whose musical interests range from obscure electronica and instrumental math-rock to early baroque music. This unique setup and blend of influences provides for a wide palette of sounds. Olafur Arnalds-esque lushness meets Joanna Newsom jubilance, while the shimmering brightness of minimalist composers such as Steve Reich and John Adams rubs shoulders with the intensity of Godspeed You Black Emperor or 65daysofstatic.
    Performing on: Fri 10 February