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Steve Barry (Sydney) "Blueprints & Vignettes" Release

Steve Barry (Sydney) "Blueprints & Vignettes" Release

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  • Wed 21 Feb ’18, 8:00pm – 10:00pm


The Thirsty Dog, 469 Karangahape Rd, Newton


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $22.50
  • CJC Members: $16.00
  • Student Admission : $16.00
  • CJC Student Members: $10.00

CJC returns for 2018 with Sydney resident Steve Barry - home for the launch of his third album: "Blueprints & Vignettes." He brings collaborators Jeremy Rose and Dave Goodman for what is sure to be a spectacular start to the year.

- Steve Barry - electric piano
- Jeremy Rose - alto & bass clarinet
- Dave Goodman - drums

Blueprints & Vignettes, the third album from acclaimed Sydney based pianist-composer Steve Barry will be released January19 on Earshift Musicwith launch dates in Sydney, Wellington and Auckland.

With virtuosic playing and writing from Barry and his quartet, the album features highly forged compositions and riveting ensemble work. The music is a kaleidoscopic exploration of the sonic and melodic possibilities of contemporary jazz.

Joining Barry are longstanding collaborators Jeremy Rose (alto saxophone, bass clarinet), Max Alduca (bass) and Dave Goodman (drums).

Beautifully captured at Sydney’s Sony Studios by Ross A’hern, this album is set to be an important contribution to Barry’s growing output.

A product of Barry’s recently completed PhD at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Blueprints & Vignettes reflects his parallel interests in jazz, creative music, 20th century classical music, new music and improvisation. The album dances back and forward between intricate compositions and free improvisation in an exploration of harmonic hues and the spontaneous re-imagination of pre-set structures.

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