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Callum G’Froerer

Even more CallumCallum G'Froerer is a Melbourne based trumpet player, active in both improvised and notated settings. Whilst in his home town of Perth, Western Australia, he was a core member of the Mace Francis Orchestra, the Johannes Luebbers Dectet and Ecila, as well as performing regularly with various West Australian orchestras. Since completing his tertiary studies G'Froerer has performed in the USA, Italy, Germany and Singapore and has performed the music of Karlheinz Stockhausen, Liza Lim, James Ledger and Lindsay Vickery.

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Steve Newcomb Orchestra

Steve Newcomb is an Australian pianist, composer, arranger who is completing doctoral study at the Manhattan School of Music in composition, with Jim McNeely (Vanguard Jazz Orchestra). He is in demand for commission work as a composer, and has written for a wide array of musical artists, from Ben Folds, Ben Lee and The Panics in the pop world, to the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Sydney Symphony and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras in the classical world. His has collaborated with Australian vocalist Katie Noonan on many projects, including…

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Gian Slater + Invenio

Formed by the gifted singer/composer, Gian Slater in 2010, Invenio is large ensemble of improvising and contemporary singers who experiment and extend upon the typical vocal group or choral environment through conceptual composition, extended vocal technique, fluid improvising, choreographed movement and inventive performance. Their debut CD, Gone, without saying, was comissioned by the Melbourne Fringe Jazz Festival, is a remarkable large-ensemble work. 

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Kynan Tan

The talented composer/musician/sound-artist, Kynan Tan joins Listen/Hear Collective with Raetina, a solo electronic work that weaves together glitchy beats and spectral textures. Currently based in Berlin, Kynan is a sound artist who creates installation, performances and recorded works that investigate the use of digital technology in creating immersive and temporal audio-visual environments. His live performance works are based on scored and improvised instrumental parts and real-time manipulation with the computer software Max/MSP, the latest shows featuring vocals, computer generated sound and guitar processed into dense, shifting spectralist textures. Having already with Motion on the Motion Remixed project, Listen/Hear Collective are excited to present Kynan's solo work, Raetina.

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