A NEW POP-UP PERFORMANCE SPACE IN SOUTH BANK
Studio 4101 was an imaginative space where adventurous artists and musicians of all kinds created and performed for audiences in an eclectic setting. Opera Queensland and Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University joined forces to showcase some of the city’s hottest new musical talent, thrilling theatre and late night jazz in an experimental, pop-up environment.
BAR OPENED AT 5PM
STUDIO 4101 PROGRAM
6.00pm – Emerging Artists
Included the Con’s music technology artists The Tremors, Barega Saxophone Quartet and vocalist Petah Chapman with guitarist Joel Woods.
8.00pm – The Soldier’s Tale
A sinister music theatre work by Stravinsky, based on a Russian fable, the story of a soldier persuaded by the devil to trade his battered old violin for unimaginable wealth – a bargain that costs him dearly. Directed by OperaQ’s Lindy Hume, music direction by Peter Luff, featuring narrator Greg Massingham and dancer Jack Ziesing.
10.00pm – Jazz Up Late
Audiences were immersed in the unique sounds of pianist, composer and arranger Steve Newcomb in a cool late night jazz session. Steve was joined by Tristan Rogers on trumpet, Helen Svoboda on bass and Isaac Cavallaro on drums.
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Barega Saxophone Quartet
Petah Chapman with guitarist Joel Woods
THE SOLDIER’S TALE
JAZZ UP LATE
This event was held on Friday 13 & Saturday 14 February 2015
at the OperaQ Studio, Ground Floor – Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, South Bank