Avantwhatever Monthly – April 2016
134 Lygon St
Wednesday April 20
Entry $10 | 7pm for a 7:30pm start
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Erkki Veltheim is a musician and interdisciplinary artist. He has performed with ensembles such as Australian Art Orchestra, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Elision and Ensemble Modern, and has also featured as a soloist with London Sinfonietta and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. He has performed with and composed arrangements for artists including Black Arm Band, Gurrumul, Shane Howard and Zulya, and as an improviser has worked with Australia’s leading practitioners, such as Anthony Pateras, John Rodgers, Jon Rose, Scott Tinkler and Tony Buck. He has appeared as an on-stage musician in the Belvoir Street production of ‘The Diary of a Madman’, directed by Neil Armfield and starring Geoffrey Rush, and on-stage electric violinist in Brett Dean’s opera ‘Bliss’. Erkki has been commissioned by Adelaide Festival, Vivid Festival and New Music Network, and his compositions have been performed by ensembles such as London Sinfonietta, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Soundstream Collective and Sydney Symphony Orchestra. He frequently collaborates with Sabina Maselli on audiovisual performance and expanded cinema projects. Erkki is a recipient a 2013 Myer Creative Fellowship.
David Palliser is a visual artist and improv musician. He plays with, amongst others, The Charles Ives Singers, The Donkey’s Tail and performs solo. He will playing saxophone, clarinet and loop pedal.
A master of the dark arts of digital signal processing, Marco has performed internationally and nationally as a solo performer and with others. Recent performances include The Make It Up Club with sister (Melbourne 2016), Long Play with sister (Melbourne 2015, Set 30 in Nantes (France 2015), the Now Now Series (Sydney 2013), Time Machine Festival with Scott Morrison (Syndey 2012), Dotolim (Seoul, South Korea, 2011), Hand Made Music Festival (Melbourne, 2011) , Rainbow Serpent Festival (Victoria, 2011), and Taiwan (Black Snail and École Café, 2010)