Brunswick Green New Music Concert Series #3
A Night of Hitting Skins & Things
Set i Christian Windfeld- (Denmark) Solo Drumset
Berlin based jazz-improv-experimental
Set ii Nat Grant-Solo Percussion
'acoustic percussion with electronic manipulation'.
Set iii Nat Grant-Ronny Ferella-Reuben Lewis
wood-skins- brass-electronics collaboration
Sunday May 4th 8pm-11pm
entry by donation
The Brunswick Green
313 Sydney Road Brunswick
Christian Windfeld- Solo Drums
Christian Windfeld is a Danish musician living in Berlin. With a background in
jazz he has toured all over Europe, in The US and Canada with various
international groups of musicians from the jazz, improv and experimental pop scene.
He appears on recordings in several countries and has received top reviews in international magazines like Jazzit, All About Jazz, Orkester Journalen and Jazz Special. In 2012 and 2013 he was nominated with two different groups for a Danish music award in the category "Best new name in jazz". Over the years Christian has received grants from a.o.
Nat Grant- Solo Percussion
Nat Grant is a multi-instrumentalist, sound artist, composer and teacher. She works predominantly as a freelance artist and has been employed as a composer and performer in the fields of puppetry, theatre, film, animation and dance. Nat’s work explores intersections between improvisation, chance and intention in the development of sound as a sculptural medium. Through the integration of electronic processing and sampling with acoustic sound recordings, she creates cumulative sound works that link consciousness and memory, allowing interaction between human and natural environments.
Nat is currently completing a PhD in music composition at the Victorian College of the Arts (University of Melbourne), and performs regularly at venues around Melbourne.
Nat Grant-Ronny Ferella-Reuben Lewis percussion-drumset-
Navigating the now. A collaboration of three divergent musical views. A multi generational-genre--discipline outfit.
The Brunswick Green -championing acoustic creative music, the Brunswick Green is becoming an important player in the Melbourne music scene. The intimate and friendly setting at “the green” ensures a great listening experience for all.
(forwarded from Nat Grant)