found some things happening on the weekend!
275 Victoria St Darlinghurst
jim denley – sax and electronics
rory brown – double bass
BAAAD (Last show before the US)
BAADDDD ARE EMILIO H HOOF AND KAKE! FROM TOXIC LIPSTICKS! COME SEE US B4 OUR USA TOUR THIS SATURDAY WITH FUN MUSIC BY TOECUTTER KILLJOY, BIINNNTTT !!!!! IT’LL BE SUPER ASWEET!
Black Rose Books, 22 Enmore Rd.
WHO IS BOZO TEXINO?
A benefit for Crowbar My Heart squatting zine.
Who Is Bozo Texino? is an amazing documentary tracing the secret history of US hobo folk culture. Awesome! Plus Sydney squatting history show and tell – bring your own or check out a chunk of the ever-fascinating Crowbar archive. Entry by donation with money going towards printing costs.
Bohemian Grove, L2/68 Sophia St, Surry Hills
Marty Wieczorek Quintet
After gaining his ATCL (Associate of Trinity College London) with distinction in 2002 for classical clarinet performance,
Marty was successful in all his auditions for tertiary music study at the Perth, Canberra, Brisbane and Sydney Conservatoriums of music, in both the classical and jazz genres. Opting to study jazz at WAAPA in early 2004(the
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts), Marty took a year off in mid-2004 to pursue private practice in Sydney. During this time he was awarded the Ewa Malewicz Scholarship for classical clarinet performance. Shortly
after his return to Perth, Marty was awarded the Brett Lockyer Scholarship for jazz clarinet performance in 2005. From 2006-07 Marty was a member of the WAYJO (Western Australian Youth Jazz Orchestra) as an alto saxophonist and
clarinetist, which afforded him many exciting performance opportunities. After successfully completing his Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance in late 2007, Marty moved back to Sydney, where he is currently spending his time
teaching and performing.
*marty wieczorek- *saxophone
*simon ferenci- *trumpet
*dave de vries- *guitar
*abel cross- *bass
*james waples- *drums
a fantastic fresh voice on the Sydney jazz scene, original tunes bursting with an understated melodic beauty, performed by an absolutely killer band.
what more could you want?
— Bohemian Grove performances are 6:30pm doors for a 7pm start each Sunday (unless otherwise advised). The cover is $10 / donation. Please feel free to invite your friends to come and/or join the mailing list, but we ask that nothing be posted on the web for the authorities to find (they are squares). Support live music! firstname.lastname@example.org
L2/68 Sophia St, Surry Hills
TV Show Name: THE NOW NOW
Broadcast Date: Sunday 14 June 2009
Channel: Free to Air / ABC1
Broadcast Time: 4.40 pm
Classifications: Other, (CC, G, Rpt)
Timeslot Duration: 20 mins
Looks at the Sydney improvised music scene and the origins of the ‘NOW now’ festival of avant-garde, experimental
music. Musicians Claire Cooper and Clayton Thomas talk about their influences and music.