These two intimate concerts are presented in partnership with the owners of two fabulous rural sheds in the Gold Coast Hinterland. Listen to Andrew Tuttle and Mzaza raise the corrugated iron roof in a stunning series of promenade concerts, with new works composed especially for the sheds they are performing in. Tickets on sale in the new year.
This project is supported by Thyne Reid Foundation.
Two-time Queensland Music Award winners MZAZA are committed to delivering Balkan-French inspired compositions to music lovers around the world. Led by enchanting French-Sephardic vocalist Pauline Maudy, this group of musicians from Bosnia, Latvia, Greece, Turkey, France and Australia has been mesmerising audiences with powerful and inspired performances.
A well-kept secret of the Australian underground scene, the instrumental music of composer, improviser and collaborator Andrew Tuttle floats between ambient, cosmic country and folk, inhabiting a place all its own. Over four albums, touring throughout Europe and Australia and collaborations including with Matmos, Steve Gunn and Charlie Parr; Tuttle’s work has been broadcast and critically acclaimed by internationally respected outlets such as BBC Radio, Uncut, MOJO, The Wire, ABC Radio National and The Guardian.