The music of Björk defies categorisation. Her thirty-year career has produced a catalogue of works that cement her as an experimental creative force and one of the most important artists of the last century.
Examining art-pop as a canvas to which electronica, classical, trip hop, jazz and dance converge in the avantgarde – her truly unique sonic portraits inspire, challenge and invigorate audiences and musicians worldwide.
With Claire Cross bringing together an ensemble of some of Melbourne’s most exciting young improvisers, the group reworks, re-imagines and re-model pieces from Iceland’s most famous exports’ inimitable repertoire. The show features special guest artists Louisa Rankin and electronic artist Tom Barton. Taking cue from the Icelandian’s extensive mixed media collaborations, Rhys Newling creates a visual score projected behind the artists to paint an optic representation of the music.
An ambitious and highly visceral experience – this is a concert not to be missed.
Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & the SURFACE Project
All is Full of Love
Venus as a Boy
Who Is It?
The Modern Things
This production is part of the following series:
Whether traditional jazz is up your alley or you fancy something a little more improvisatory, ambient or electric, step away from the daily grind and into the Salon to experience the sweet sounds of jazz at the Best Place to Hear.
Friday 16 August 2019 7.30pm
Duration: 1 hour 30 mins (incl. interval)
Standard $30 ($25 Concession)
This concert is set in-the-round. Seating in the Salon is general admission.
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