JAMES GREENING with GARY DALEY - LIVEattheGALLERY - Completed
at GANG GANG GALLERY
Sunday, 14 November 2021 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM (AUS Eastern Daylight Time) + Add to calendar14/11/2021 16:3014/11/2021 18:30Australia/SydneyJAMES GREENING with GARY DALEY - LIVEattheGALLERYJAMES GREENING with GARY DALEY - LIVEattheGALLERY Sunday, 14 November 2021 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM (AUS Eastern Daylight Time) Organiser Sharon Howard 0408514440 Address GANG GANG GALLERY 206 Main Street Lithgow NSW 2790 Australia Opposite Queen Elizabeth Park Parking via James Street Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/q2va8/james_greening_with_gary_daley__liveatthegallery.aspxGANG GANG GALLERY
206 Main Street
Lithgow NSW 2790
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Two of Australia’s most respected musicians, James Greening, trombone and pocket trumpet & Gary Daley, pianist and accordionist, have joined forces to bring an amalgam of original compositions, classical, jazz and improv.
After decades as sought after sidemen in projects like 'The Catholics', as well as leading their own projects, these two renowned musicians have discovered a deep joy in making music together. Both Daley and Greening relish the freedom, intimacy and transparency of the duo which is perhaps one of the most exposed types of performance. Their musical dialogue is about unmasking, connection and freedom. Audiences respond with great enthusiasm to their performances.
Greening’s performing and recording credits put him in the company of some Australia’s all time greatest contemporary musicians. “Greening's trombone has the delicious plumpness of a ripe mango. The Sad bits and the funny bits become jumbled, and there can be no higher praise.” – John Shand, The Sydney Morning Herald.
Daley’s playing has been described as “exquisite”, John Shand SMH, and his composition for large ensemble, Sanctuary, drew the following response...... “music such as this can knock the wind out of my diaphragm, by simply reminding me how far the word falls short of the music”, John Hardaker, Australianjazz.net.
“ These musicians held the audience spellbound. It was a full house - and it was an enthusiastic house. From the first number an extraordinary rapport between musicians and audience was palpable, a rapport that survived the break and could be felt at the end. The music was by turns intimate, charming and dramatic." Peter Rechniewski , Foundry 616