March 31, 2010

Performers from the 'Inland Sea of Sound Festival'


It's a HUGE month ahead for "Sounds Live Radio"!

Over the next three weeks, we have performances from artists who will be featuring in the Inland Sea of Sound Festival, right here in Bathurst in April.

Last Wednesday night (24 March 2010) from 9-10pm on "Sounds Live Radio" we have, live-in-the-studio, a performance by local bluegrass duo "Fat Wombat".

This week (31 March 2010) 'Sounds Live Radio' have "Sumharmonic", with Aaron Hopper on guitar, Rob Shannon on guitar, and Dale Tuckey on soprano sax. Three locals with a wealth of international experience. Their original music is steeped in the influences of Indian classical music, jazz & folk. It ranges from high energy spontaneous improvisation to sublime, jazz tinged classical compositions.

The third week (7 April 2010) "Sounds Live Radio" features a performance by "Fretworx" - five of Bathurst's up and coming young guitarists performing the music of Japanese composer Isato Nakagawa, French composer Yann Tiersen and Australian composer Aaron Hopper.

For more info about Bathursts' "Inland Sea of Sound Festival", check the BMEC webpage.

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3 comments:

2mce.mmm said...

Mal - the blog is looking great - I'll give sounds live a plug tomorrow - I'm covering for Bob Dengate so i've got 3 hours - 9.00am - 12.00pm. Richard

Mal's Team Gherkin said...

Thank you, kind sir! heh heh.

The "Sounds Live Radio" blog continues to be a "work in progress". :)

Mal's Team Gherkin said...

An interesting perspective to the old adage, "You never know who may be listening..."

My brother in Cairns (far north QLD) listened to the program last week, thru the live streaming link at 2MCE!!!