Wednesday06.May.20

7.00pm

PJS Presents: Matilda Simcock and Maximillian Wickham

Wednesday 06 May 7.00pm

Matilda Simcock

Perth singer Matilda Simcock has united her knowledge of composition,
arranging and performance, to form a set of original music. Inspired
by the likes of Gretchen Parlato, Esperanza Spalding, Katie Noonan and
Cecile McLorin Salvant, Matildas hope to create a modern jazz sound
whilst capturing the essence of contemporary, blues and soul story
telling.

Join Matilda in celebrating her love of poetry and modern jazz music
as she brings to life the works of 19thcentury poet Emily Dickinson
through the power of music. Dickinson’s poetry depicts madness, anger,
hope, longing, selfless love and nostalgia; it is through the musical
adaptation of a compilation of Dickinson’s poems that Matilda hopes to
evoke these emotions. Dickinson’s work is timeless, shedding light on
the human condition, with the underlying themes relevant to this day.

Vocals: Matilda Simcock
Piano: Ben Matthews
Bass: TBC
Drums: Bronton Ainsworth
Trumpet: Chris Musitano
Saxophone: Sean Little
Trombone: Anthony Dodos
Vocals: Jasmine Iustini
Vocals: Jordan Anthony
Owen Measday: MC

Maximillian Wickham Triskaidectet

Maximillian Wickham is a jazz saxophonist and composer based in Perth.
In 2019, Max attained a Bachelor of Music with First Class Honours in
Jazz from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. He has
performed with artists including the Mace Francis Orchestra (PER), Sam
Anning (MEL), Daniel Susnjar (PER) and Jean-Baptiste Bridon (FRA). 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. Drawing inspiration from Australian jazz artists such as
Barney McAll, Julien Wilson, Andrea Keller and Tal Cohen, 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, he has assembled a 13-piece chamber ensemble featuring a
collection of outstanding jazz and classical musicians:
Maximillian Wickham – Tenor Saxophone/Composer
Michael Ellis – Guitar
Tim Voutas – Piano
Kate Pass – Bass
Alex Reid – Drums
Caitlin Malcolm – Flute
Clarine Arlidge – Clarinet
Philip Everall – Bass Clarinet
Melissa Mikucki – Bassoon
Ruth Klein-Cook – Violin
Robyn Blann – Violin
TBC – Viola
Miranda Murray-Yong – Violoncello
Joshua Nicholls – Conductor

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