Julie Bevan Quartet

Kaleidoscope is the latest album by NZ composer/musician Julie Bevan. Julie has a long-standing connection with Brazil. Its unique music and original styles serve as an inspiration to Julie’s multicultural compositions. Many of the tracks on this album were composed and recorded in Brazil.

Julie Bevan Quartet
Featuring: 
Julie Bevan, Nick van Dijk, Maurice Phillips and Aaron Stewart
Date: Thur 26 September 2019, 8pm
Venue: The Third Eye, Upstairs at 30 Arthur St. Te Aro
Price: General $15, WJC members and Students with ID $10

Spirograph Studies (AUS)

Spirograph Studies are changing Australian jazz with their detailed, textural approach to playing improvised music, incorporating sonic palettes and minimalism to build their cinematic sound.

This collaborative group features a strong collection of music-makers each bring their unique voice to the stage as part a united front led by Tamara Murphy (bass).

Tamara Murphy was awarded the inaugural PBS Young Elder of Jazz Commission in 2011. She ran her quintet, Murphy’s Law for 14 years, and was a member of the Keller-Murphy-Browne co-operative. She features on multiple releases and her albums have been nominated for The Age Genre Awards, AIR awards and The Bell Awards.

During 2019, Spirograph Studies will be touring around Australia/NZ to launch their debut album, Kindness, Not Courtesy.

Spirograph Studies
Featuring: 
Fran Swinn (g), James McLean (d), Sam Keevers (p) and Tamara Murphy (b)
Date: Thur 12 September 2019, 8pm
Venue: The Third Eye, Upstairs at 30 Arthur St. Te Aro
Price: General $20, WJC members and Students with ID $15