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Afro-Peruvian Jazz Ensemble ALLY with Polymorphic Orkestra

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Celebrate culturally diverse Australian original music

Family-friendly venue, Lazybones Lounge, is hosting an exciting double bill of new Afro-Peruvian Jazz group ALLY, performing with well-established Jazz trio Polymorphic Orkestra on Sunday April 14th 2019. Tickets are now on sale for this live music extravaganza.

 

ALLY will kick off the evening in style at 6.30pm. Ally uses a blend of Afro-Peruvian music and jazz to create a rich fusion of African rhythms, Latin melodies and modern jazz harmony. Their music explores the meeting point of ancient and new cultures and the polyrhythmic tension that rises from overlaying contrasting music structures.

ALLY are: Ally-Eamon Dilworth (trumpet), Gai Bryant (saxophones and flute), Jonathan Cohen (piano), Stan Valacos (double bass), Giorgio Rojas and Steve Marin (percussion).

For audio samples please go to:
www.gaibryantspareparts.com/ally


"There are plenty of fine trumpeters in the world, but Eamon Dilworth's own place in it stands distinctive " — Barry O'Sullivan Presenter of A Jazz Hour - Fine Music 102.5fm

"Bryant's compositional focus winds its way through a series of tunes spiced with an international flavour. Saxophone and brass-heavy with a Latin-centric rhythm section, this is a rhythmic feast of global proportions."—Troy Collins, Cadence Magazine


 

Polymorphic Orkestra will then hit the stage. Each Polymorphic performance is unique however some do share themes. They play freely but there is always melodic and harmonic interplay with a large dash of rhythmic invention.

Polymorphic Orkestra are: Lee McIver (trumpet), Ed Goyer (vibes) and Ed Rodriguez (percussion).


Polymorphic Orkestra Live at NIDA Studio Part B from Bamboozle Music on Vimeo.


"[Polymorphic Orkestra] creates contemporary improvisation of a very high order-not only does the listener experience the joy of spontaneous creation by the players but also, and this is I think pretty unusual, you are left with memorable snippets of tunes and melodies that stay with you long after the music ends." — Chris Baber, Jazz Views


 

All are welcome to come along and enjoy fabulous artists performing culturally diverse Australian original music.

Doors are open from 5.30pm with food, including a Sunday roast, available from the restaurant.

Tickets are on sale through lazyboneslounge.com.au and available at the door. If you have questions, please contact the venue on 0450 008 563.

The price is $15 Full and $10 Concessions & Students. The entrance to Lazybones is on Illawarra Road.

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When: Sunday April 14 / Doors open at 5.30pm
Where: Lazybones Lounge, 294 Marrickville Rd, Marrickville NSW 2204
Cost: $10-15
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