Tuesday March 2nd @ the Make It Up Club

This week, the MIUC is excited to present a series of legends of totally “out there” improv. The Charles Ives Singers have a rich heritage of pushing the boundaries of sound and performance (both collectively and individually, in visual art and music) in Melbourne for over 30 years. With ties to the legendary People With Chairs up Their Noses and the “Clifton Hill” scene, this group of visual artists have been astounding and confounding audiences with their unique blend of dada-improv and abstract avant sound. And, 3 pillars of the avant scene in Melbourne, Young, O’Hagen and Fryer
promise a trio of brutal and passionate post-microtonal, jazz freedom.
  • Charles Ives Singers, featuring: David Palliser (horns), Alexis Ensor (horns, strings and electronics), Victor Meertens (humanofon, goatafon and horns)
  • Chris Young (bass clarinet), Jon O’Hagen (cont4ra bass) and Tom Fryer (guitar)

The Make It Up Club
Avant Garde Improvised Music and Sound Performance
Every Tuesday night at Bar Open, 317 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy 3065
Doors at 8:30 pm for a 9:00 pm start

Coming up:
09/03: Pateras/Baxter/Brown
16/03: Ren Walters' THIS Ensemble
23/03: Mike Cooper, Tim Catlin and Gearoid Brinn
30/03: VICMOD Records launch