Harry Cook – All Flaws

Harry Cook by Tajette OHalloran

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Harry Cook


An eclectic collection of stories from introspective odysseys and post-apocalyptic prayers.

Harry Cook draws on his diverse experience as a classical pianist, jazz improviser, and contemporary sessional musician for The Teskey Brothers, WILSN and more to tell evocative stories through song.

About the concert

His performance in Primrose Potter Salon launches his first solo work to date, All Flaws. Joined by an all-star ensemble including Hannah Cameron, Madeline Jevons, Ben Harrison, Claire Cross, Tom Noonan, and Joshua Barber, the release combines the chamber-folk work of artists like Sam Amidon, with production ideas influenced by contemporary-classical pianists such as Nils Frahm.

Against an evocative backdrop of felt piano, improvised wind-ensemble, and carefully orchestrated strings, the songs of All Flaws incorporate ideas and sounds from across the musical spectrum, telling an eclectic collection of stories from introspective odysseys and post-apocalyptic prayers.

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Harry Cook voice, piano, keyboards, acoustic guitar
Hannah Cameron voice, acoustic guitar, baritone guitar
Biddy Conner violin, backing voice
Tom Noonan alto saxophone
Claire Cross electric bass
Ben Harrison trumpet, violin, banjo, mandolin, backing voice
Josh Barber drums, percussion
Ry Wilkins animation
Jean Poole visuals


Harry Cook
Something Maybe Nothing
Still Life
As I Am
Yellow and Blue
To You Alone

Randy Newman
I Think It’s Going To Rain Today

Harry Cook
What Does it Mean
All Flaws
Never Believed in Love


This production is part of the following series: