Tuesday lunchtimes are now so much more interesting, with the inaugural Melbourne Polytechnic Bachelor of Music concert and masterclass series, at the Yarra Edge Music Centre (room G101) at Melbourne Polytechnic’s Fairfield campus.
With a focus on both excellence and expanding of musical horizons, the concert and masterclass series provides an opportunity for both musicians and music lovers to relax and absorb the expertise of some of Melbourne’s most prominent music professionals.
The lunchtime sessions are free, and run from 12:45pm to 1:45pm every Tuesday apart from the last week of March.
There’s no need to book – just turn up. To find the Yarra Edge Music Centre in Building G, please refer to our Fairfield campus map.
15th: George Weis – Mind-body integration in music performance and practice
22nd: Shoba Sekhar – South Indian vocal recital
5th: Anthony Schulz, Adam Starr, Paul Williamson and Jordan Murray
12th: Stephen Magnusson – Motifs, Phrases and Riffs – A study in Narrative (storytelling)
19th: Adrian Sherriff and Jonathan Dimond – Indian influences in jazz composition and improvisation
26th: Yande – Balinese music (with Jeremy Dullard)
3rd: South Indian Percussion concert – Sruthi Laya Australia
10th: Ren Walters – SoundPlay – Participation through performance, listening and discussion
17th: Aviva Endean (Performance-maker, clarinettist and composer)
24th: Simon Charles - Melbourne Polytechnic Bachelor of Music Artist in Residence
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