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Maximillian Wickham - WAAPA Graduation Recital

Tuesday 08 October 8.00pm

Maximillian Wickham is a jazz saxophonist and composer studying at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Max was the 2018 Associate Composer in Residence with the WA Youth Jazz Orchestra and was one of 18 young musicians from around the world invited to attend the 2018 Brubeck Institute Summer Jazz Colony in California. During his time with WAAPA and WAYJO, he has performed with artists including the Mace Francis Orchestra (Perth), Dick Oatts (NYC), Daniel Susnjar (Perth), Katie Noonan (AUS) and Jean-Baptiste Bridon (FRA).

Drawing inspiration from Australian jazz artists such as Barney McAll, Julien Wilson, Tal Cohen and Andrea Keller, Max aims to create music full of passion, emotion and intensity and seeks to blur the lines between the composed and the improvised. For this performance, Max has assembled a new chamber ensemble featuring a collection of outstanding jazz and classical musicians:
Maximillian Wickham – Tenor Saxophone
Michael Ellis – Guitar
Tim Voutas – Piano
Alistair Peel – Bass
Cameron Fermoyle – Drums
Sarah Ramsey – Voice
Ruth Klein-Cook – Violin
Yasmin Omran – Violin
Michael Patrick – Viola
Anneke van der Laan – Violoncello
Caitlin Malcolm – Flute
Stephanie Sheridan – Bassoon
Flynn Passamani – Clarinet
Rebekah Ellis – Clarinet
Clarine Arlidge – Bass Clarinet
Lorenzo Italiano – Clarinet/Bass Clarinet

Joshua Nicholls – Conductor



All WAAPA Graduation Recitals are ticketed separately. If you wish to attend multiple recitals, please purchase tickets separately for each recital that you wish to attend.

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