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Continuum Sax will be performing at the Canberra International Music Festival May 2016.

Over the 6-8 May Continuum Sax will be performing in Canberra for the Canberra International Music Festival.

You can find the full details for the entire CIMF program at
cimf.org.au

As a group Continuum Sax are performing in the following events:
Friday May 6:
Sounds on Site - Gardens of Delight
Saturday May 7:
Twilight
Sunday May 8:
Festival Finale - Viva Brasil!

We're performing music by Gerard Brophy, Martin Kay, Jean Francaix and Salvatore Sciarrino. It will be fantastic.

Our wonderful soprano saxophonist Christina Leonard will be performing in several other concerts as well earlier in the week.
Monday May 2:
Sounds on Site - Bells and Smells
Wednesday May 4:
Sounds on Site - Braddon's Bread and Games

If you're in Canberra that week, we hope that you can catch us there.


Nervous

Continuum Sax are pleased to be involved in the artistic development of Nervous. Nervous will be a performance work based around the amazing sculptures of Heather Swan. To find out more about the project and our amazing collaborators go to http://iamnervous.net We hope that Nervous will be presented in 2015/16. If you would like to support the development of this work. please visit the Australian Cultural Fund where you can make a tax deductible donation.

Continuum Sax and the New Music Network present:

Laughing Gas

7:30pm, Friday 7th June, 2013
Independent Theatre
269 Miller St, North Sydney

Laugh until it hurts! Sound and image interplay in a raucously hilarious retake on Ha Ha Ha, the sassy Betty Boop cartoon, once banned in the U.S.A for the misuse of dentistry tools. Counterpointed with Boop, is Jacob TV’s Heartbreakers, darkly comic collage of  looped, layered and recontextualised sound bites from the bizarre culture of American talk shows, mirrored by an exciting electroacoustic performance driving the pulse rate. Hear the world premiere of Tim Dargaville's Kolam, rhythmically deep and exciting with unique melodic sense, taking Indian music as a starting point and the saxophone quartet as its end. A world premiere of a politically charged, satirical new work by Adrian Luca rounds out a program that explores humour and heartache. Continuum Sax invites you to join them in the gorgeous Independent Theatre, Sydney’s oldest Edwardian theatre, to experience an exhilarating evening of entertainment.

Program includes:


Kolam by Tim Dargaville (World Premiere) 

New Work by Adrian Luca (World Premiere) 
Laughing Gas by Martin Kay (World Premiere) 
Heartbreakers by Jacob Ter Veldhuis 

Tickets:

Full Price $34.00
Concession: $30.00
Student/Child: $20.00
Tickets available online at  www.theindependent.org.au/whats-on or by phone 1300 302 604



Length and Breath
Continuum Sax are pleased to announce the release of their recording of works premiered in 2009-10. Recordings are available through CD Baby and other digital download stores, such as iTunes.

Length and Breath includes World Premiere recordings of:
  • Ecchymoses by Rosalind Page
  • Scotland Jop by Martin Kay
  • Olfieg by Martin Kay
  • Brightest Threads by Robert Davidson
  • Length and Breath by Damien Ricketson







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