Earshift Music Showcase: Jeremy Rose band w/ Helen Svoboda
Venues 3056
Sat 9 Mar | 7pm - 11:30 pm
$40 + BF
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Earshift Music is proud to celebrate 15 years with a showcase presenting Melbourne’s most ground-breaking jazz stars.

Helen Svoboda, a Finnish-born musician now based in Melbourne, presents "The Odd River," a unique musical exploration that delves into the intersection of organic and inorganic, the clash of the natural and unnatural. Svoboda draws her inspiration from her surroundings and is deeply moved by the strangeness of the impact humanity has had on the natural world. She openly embraces her obsession with discovering unconventional sounds and innovative approaches to playing her instrument. Her album, released under the same name, has garnered significant critical acclaim on an international scale.

Jeremy Rose, an ARIA award-winning saxophonist and the driving force behind Earshift Music label, has forged a groundbreaking career marked by over twenty original music releases across the globe. His creative journey includes collaborations and solo projects such as The Earshift Orchestra, The Vampires, Vazesh, Visions of Nar, Project Infinity, and the Jeremy Rose Quartet. Rose's performances have graced festivals, venues, and concert halls in Australia, Europe, and the UK. Notably, he recently embarked on a European tour with guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel and collaborated with Benin-born Blue Note guitarist Lionel Loueke. Jeremy Rose's recent endeavors include noteworthy collaborations with two members of The Necks - pianist Chris Abrahams, resulting in the ARIA award-winning Vampires' album "Nightjar," and bassist Lloyd Swanton, leading to the ARIA-nominated Vazesh album "The Sacred Key."

Jeremy Rose's work has earned him acclaim as a pivotal figure in the music scene, with his mastery spanning all aspects of his artistry, making him a formidable creative force. His improvisations have been described as riveting, solidifying his position as one of our most accomplished composers, as recognized by the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD and ALL ABOUT JAZZ.

Founded in 2009 and directed by Jeremy Rose, Earshift Music has released over 80 albums, representing the diverse cultural bleed and distinct musical voices of Australian jazz.
“...Earshift represents the fresh future of Australian music.” - nycjazzrecord

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