featuring Guerrini, Grabowsky & Schäuble
July Artist in Residence
The Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts
$10 - $25
Australian music icon, Paul Grabowsky returns to The Count's in July to play with an outstanding line up of guests from across the musical spectrum.
Playful, joyful, and deep, Torrio! comprising Paul Grabowsky (piano), Mirko Guerrini (saxes) and Niko Schäuble (drums) is a trio that bring together a wealth of experience gathered over three decades of friendship and shared musical adventures. Each a prolific composer, their performances range across the boundaries of genre, referencing the various traditions that have inspired them, from jazz and contemporary classical music to pop and soundtrack composition. In this July residency at The Count’s, they will cover exciting musical terrain with special guests. The result is music without frontiers.
July 7 Ilaria Crociani SOLD OUT
Tuscan born Ilaria Crociani is an award winning singer, songwriter and saxophonist who enjoys sharing her passion for the vast, often unknown, repertoire of original Italian Jazz. She has performed in various Italian and European Jazz festivals such as Umbria Jazz, IT, Brisighella Jazz, IT; Tarragona Jazz Festival to name a few.
July 14 Mindy Meng Wang
Chinese/Australian composer and guzheng player Mindy Meng Wang studied western musicology in the UK before migrating to Australia. Her work explores the fertile space between traditional and contemporary practices, and is part of a significant movement of Chinese musicians redefining and reinvigorating their musical tradition.
July 21 Jessica Paige
With gorgeous melodies and delicious lyrics to match, Jessica is a master storyteller who translates her personal experience effortlessly into music that is sophisticated and diverse. She will play new compositions inspired by Lewis Carrol’s masterpiece Alice in Wonderland with Torrio!
July 28 Chelsea Wilson
Described by Beat Magazine as “a goddamn soul/jazz power house” Chelsea Wilson is an acclaimed vocalist, songwriter, broadcaster and producer. Her debut soul inspired album “I Hope You’ll Be Very Unhappy Without Me” was lauded #2 Album of the Year on ABC Radio National and nominated for Best Soul Album at The Age Music Victoria Awards.