TWO CONCERTS Friday 19 July (Kindred Studios, 10.30am) and Sunday 21 July (The Victoria on Hyde Street, 12 noon)
Luke Carbon has already wowed us at the Concerteenies before with his woodwind talents, and now he returns with the amazing percussionist Thea Rossen in their exciting team, the Enyato Duo.
Tickets Available Below
POSTPONED NEW DATE TBC Discover Harriett Allcroft
Engle & Philp – Immersive Storytelling Concert – Sunday 17 November, 12 NOON at the Victoria Hotel on Hyde St, Yarraville$20.00
Engle & Philp Immersive Storytelling Concert – Tuesday 12 November, 10.30am at Kindred Studios$18.00
The Concerteenies presents Neyland | Attiche | Beeche TUESDAY 17 September, 10.30am at Kindred Studios$18.00
The Concerteenies presents Neyland | Attiche | Beeche jazz trio, Sunday 22 September, 12 NOON at the Victoria Hotel on Hyde St, Yarraville$20.00
The Concerteenies presents Katie Pryce on French Horn, TUESDAY 20 August, 10.30am at Kindred Studios$18.00
Melbourne-based Enyato Duo features Luke Carbon (woodwinds) and Thea Rossen (percussion). Formed in 2017 and named after a work by Australian composer Ross Edwards, the duo strives to explore and expand the existing body of woodwind/percussion repertoire. Enyato recently attended the Bang on a Can Summer Festival in Massachusetts where they worked alongside some of the world’s leading new music practitioners. Their recent commissions include works by Sydney-based interdisciplinary artist Tim Hansen, Pythia Prize winner Samantha Wolf, and Queensland composer Paul Dean.
Thea and Luke are both graduates of the Australian National Academy of Music, and have each worked with Orchestra Victoria, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, and ArtPlay. They also co-wrote the Musica Viva in Schools show Water Water Everywhere with pianist Leigh Harrold, which has just seen its 130th performance in Australia. Thea and Luke are deeply committed to the performance of new music and have both premiered many works by both Australian and international composers.