Delay 45 – Where The River Goes

Delay 45

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Delay 45


Exploring flow, movement, shape and landscape.

About the artists

Delay 45 forges a bold new chapter in Australian jazz, flowing seamlessly between structure and spontaneity. Their sound is built on deep connection, stemming from a musical relationship that stretches back as far as high school.

About the concert

Their performance at Primrose Potter Salon will showcase their creative approach to immersive listening experiences. The ensemble performs with a sense of freedom and expression that traverses moods, colours and textures with relative ease.

Their shared improvisational language allows musical conversations to form the centrepiece of the performance. Where The River Goes explores notions of flow, movement, shape and landscape. Compositions form the foundation for evocative musical spaces where in-the-moment improvisation occurs. Their energy and sheer aptitude will entice and excite.

Praise for Delay 45

‘Even as they collectively played with the mysteries of light and shadow, a commitment to a shared vision was always to the fore.’ Sydney Morning Herald

COVID Safety

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Tom Avgenicos trumpet
Roshan Kumarage piano
Dave Quinn bass
Ashley Stoneham drums


Tom Avgenicos
I’ll Go Where You Go
Day 3


This production is part of the following series: