Josh Kyle: Trombone Song Cycle
Trombone Song Cycle is a new work by vocalist/composer Josh Kyle, in collaboration with arranger Andrew Murray.
Trombone Song Cycle is a collection of obscure love songs that seek to highlight the in between moments of a relationship. What does that sigh sound like?
What does that smile really mean? The combination of the male voice imbedded into the sonic landscape of four trombones makes for a really exciting arranging playground, similar ranges and tonal quality make for playful distribution of role’s inside the ensemble. This piece was written with these specific trombonists in mind, showcasing there incredibly unique voice, masterful improvising and individual approach to playing the instrument. The trombone quartet is made up of Jordan Murray, James Macaulay, James Greening and Adrian Sherriff. In performance Josh Kyle (v) and Andrew Murray conducting. Trombone Song Cycle is an hour-long program that shifts and moves through set composition and freely improvised sections.
|Doors Open||24 Nov 2018 6:00 pm|
|Music Starts||24 Nov 2018 7:00 pm|
|Online sales end (Unsold tickets available at door)||24 Nov 2018 5:30 pm|
|Ticket Price||$30 or $25 concession|