Piano and Eggs (breakfast concert series)

Mayall, Jeremy Mark (2016) Piano and Eggs (breakfast concert series). Piano and Eggs, Creative Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, August 2016.

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Breakfast Concert Series. The School of Media Arts, Wintec is proud to present “PIANO & EGGS” - a new series of breakfast concerts to be held every Monday in August. The concerts will happen from 7-8am starting from the 1st of August in the Creative Waikato space on Alexandra Street in Hamilton. Concerts are typically reserved for evenings towards the end of the week, providing a closing reward to the pressures of working life. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to kick off your week with an early reward and enjoy your morning coffee and breakfast accompanied by some live music? Now that is available for you to enjoy. CONCERT DETAILS Monday 1st August: 7-8am - Jeremy Mayall and Kent Macpherson present a unique blend of minimal piano and electronic sounds, to create some textured, sonic explorations of early morning sounds. This combinations makes it a perfect calm listen to relax into your day, whilst at the same time creating something with a danceable quality that can energise you. Monday 8th August: 7-8am - A multi-media event. Kick off this week as a part of the annual SPARK International Festival of Music, Media, Arts and Design. This concert combines the work of musicians Jeremy Mayall, Kent Macpherson, and Yotam Levy, with the live visual art projection work of Paul Bradley. These performers will work together to create a truly otherworldly early morning experience. Monday 15th August: 7-8am - The half-way point in the Piano and Eggs journey showcases pianist Liam Wooding, who will be performing an eclectic selection of contemporary classical works from a range of composers. Monday 22nd August: 7-8am - David Sidwell, pianist and Emma Carpenter, vocalist will present a selection of musical theatre classics, original material and light opera. Monday 29th August: 7-8am - For the final in this series, David Sidwell is joined by soprano Julia Booth, with a collection of tunes drawing from light opera and musical theatre, along with a few original musical treats. Artwork by Xavier Meade Presented with the support of Creative Waikato and Miltons Canteen.

Item Type:Curating an exhibition or other artistic event
Keywords that describe the item:concert, performance
Subjects:M Music and Books on Music > M Music
Divisions:Schools > School of Media Arts
ID Code:4976
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Deposited On:13 Dec 2016 19:37
Last Modified:13 Dec 2016 19:37

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