Sandy Evans Indian Project – <br>World Music and Jazz

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Sandy Evans Indian Project –
World Music and Jazz

Venue Lennox Theatre
Dates 22 August 2019
Category Live Event

Riverside and Sydney Improvised Music Association present Cool for School
SANDY EVANS INDIAN PROJECT – WORLD MUSIC AND JAZZ

Give your students the unforgettable taste of an intimate jazz club environment and inspire them in their music studies and practice with our engaging and interactive Cool for School concerts and workshops series.

The Sandy Evans Indian Project returns due to popular demand after a sell-out education season in 2016.

Join internationally renowned ARIA Award-winning saxophonist, composer and music researcher, Sandy Evans OAM on a cross-cultural journey through music. The intoxicating combination of soulful melodies, spontaneous improvisations, stunning percussion solos and hypnotic grooves will transport you and your students to a world where Indian music intersects with jazz in a fusion of cultural styles.

Together with world music master Bobby Singh, Sandy and the ensemble will also demonstrate how Carnatic (South Indian Classical) music can help musicians explore rhythm in this comprehensive concert and workshop.


Dates & Times:

Schools Concert & Workshop
Thursday 22 August at 11am


Saxophones
Sandy Evans OAM

Tabla
Bobby Singh

Double Bass
Brett Hirst

Drums
Toby Hall

SUITABLE FOR YEARS 7 – 12

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Duration

3 hours (Including concert, Q&A, workshop and lunch break)

Ticket Prices

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