Melbourne’s live music scene is one of the best in the world. One reason for the strength of musical expression to emerge from Melbourne comes from the diversity and flexibility of its musicians to work across different scenes. One musician who exemplifies this is woodwind multi-instrumentalist Adam Simmons. During November 2015, Adam will perform 25 concerts with four duets per night with 100 different musicians from rock/pop, jazz, experimental, world, folk, blues, classical, electronica and more.
In addition, Adam will be joined by sound engineer Myles Mumford and Associate Professor John Fitzgerald in creating an installation during the month, illustrating the ways in which the various artists all connect. Myles will be recordings all performances and these will be made available online. This is the beginning of a larger research project for University of Melbourne to create a Melbourne Music Map.
2–30 NOVEMBER 2015
AT CONDUIT ARTS
83 BRUNSWICK ST, FITZROY
SUNDAY 29 NOV: 3–6PM
MONDAY 30 NOV: FINAL CELEBRATION 8PM
VIP – all concerts, free drinks and a guaranteed seat: $300 Individual Concerts: $15
Available at the door or buy online: www.trybooking.com/JJHP