Five musicians come together to expound Miroslav Bukovsky’s adventurous new jazz composition inspired by sculptures in James Rogers survey show Tunnelvision at the Drill Hall Gallery.
This night brings together John Mackey (Saxophone), James Luke (Bass), Luke Glanville (Drums), Richard Johnson (Saxophone and electronics), and Miroslav Bukovsky (Trumpet) for a special performance in a dialogue James Rogers’ artwork. The concert includes percussive sound samples from the studio of James Rogers in Walcha NSW.
Inspired by sculptures like Shallows 2016, Moiré Bay 2012, and Tableau 2014, this music melds composition with metallic and ambient sound and improvised free jazz.
This special event is not to be missed, limited numbers due to COVID-19 restrictions. Book now to secure your place.
Ticket includes one drink.
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