Sizzle 2019

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From art music to pop music and everything in between, Sizzle returns to the Petersham Bowling Club for another year of free, family-friendly aural delights. 2019 will see Ensemble Offspring joined by a local school concert band, a remount of some of the songs of Seven Stories featuring Jodi Phillis of The Clouds, our Hatched Academy Associate Artist Henry Justo on viola, and much more musical goodness. Bring the family and revel in the fun and raucous variety show that is Ensemble Offspring’s annual Sizzle.

Performances

Sunday 28th April, 3pm, Petersham Bowling Club
FREE

Program

Minor Works – a reimagining of Bree van Reyk’s recent project for school band performed by 2044 Band (Tempe & St Peters PS band), Ensemble Offspring and Newtown Performing Arts High School students, conducted by Murray Jackson, Alice Chance and Jason Noble
Alice Chance – The Ice Skaters (WP)
Bree van Reyk – Signs and Signals
Jess Green – Battleactica
Jason Noble – new work (WP)
Jodi Phillis – Becoming, arrangements from Jodi Phillis’ latest album with Ensemble Offspring as the backup band
Seven Stories – highlights of our successful Vivid 2017 show, featuring Ensemble Offspring with Jodi Phillis on vocals
Henry Justo – works for viola solo and electronics by Nico Muhly, Missy Mazzoli and Hildegard von Bingen with special guests Jason Noble, Véronique Serret & Jodi Phillis
Cat Hope and Kate Moore – new works for flutes and electronics, featuring Lamorna Nightingale (flute) in an immersive installation environment downstairs

Performers

Claire Edwardes (percussion)
Véronique Serret (violin)
Freya Schack-Arnott (cello)
Jason Noble (clarinet)
Jodi Phillis (voice)
Bree van Reyk (percussion)
Sally Whitwell (piano)
Lamorna Nightingale (flute)
Henry Justo (viola)
Alice Chance (conductor)
Tempe 2044 Band
Murray Jackson (conductor)
Newtown Performing Arts High School (instrumentals)

Supported by Inner West Council