100​:​25​:​1

by Adam Simmons and 100 other musicians

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NOTE: This will be updated daily throughout the month of November

100 musicians performing duets
across 25 concerts
all connected by 1 person
2–30 November 2015
AT CONDUIT ARTS
83 Brunswick St, Fitzroy

Melbourne’s live music scene is one of the best in the world. One reason for the strength of musical expression to emerge from Melbourne comes from the diversity and flexibility of its musicians to work across different scenes. One musician who exemplifies this is woodwind multi-instrumentalist Adam Simmons. During November 2015, Adam will perform 25 concerts with four duets per night with 100 different musicians from rock/pop, jazz, experimental, world, folk, blues, classical, electronica and more.

In addition, Adam will be joined by sound engineer Myles Mumford and Associate Professor John Fitzgerald in creating an installation during the month, illustrating the ways in which the various artists all connect. Myles will be recordings all performances and these will be made available online. This is the beginning of a larger research project for University of Melbourne to create a Melbourne Music Map.

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released November 3, 2015

Adrian Sherriff

Andrea Keeble

Andrew Ogburn

Angus Leslie

Anita Hustas

Anne Norman

Anto Macaroni

Aviva Endean

Barry Cockcroft

Belinda Woods

Brae Grimes

Brian O'Dwyer

Bruce Haymes

Caerwen Martin

Carl Pannuzzo

Carmen Chan

Carolyn Connors

Clinton Green

Craig Westwood

Dan Warner

Dan Witton

David Brown

David Chesworth

David Jones

Deborah Kayser

Domenico de Clario

Dure Dara

Emma Franz

Ernie Gruner

Eugene Ughetti

Eva Popov

Gelareh Pour

George Butrumlis

Gerry Hale

Graham Barker

Graham Lee

Greg Spence

Howard Cairns

Hugh Harvey

Imogen Manins

James Hullick

Janet English

Jeff Raglus

Jeremy Dullard

Joe Chindamo

Joe Talia

John McAll

Jonathan Zion

Josh Owen

Julien Wilson

Kavisha Mazzella

Kutcha Edwards

Kynan Robinson

Lachlan Davidson

Leah Scholes

Lisa MacKinney

Mo Wood

Mal Webb

Mary Doumany

Matt Earl

Matt Mavis

Michael Kieran Harvey

Monique diMattina

Nick Tsiavos

Niko Schauble

Noriko Tadano

Paul Grabowsky

Paul Williamson

Pete Lawler

Peter Daffy

Peter Knight

Phil Bywater

Phil McLeod

Ray Pereira

Ren Walters

Robin Fox

Roger Bergodaz

Ronny Ferella

Sam Lemann

Sarah Curro

Shobha Sekhar

Simon Charles

Simon Lewis

Steve Law

Stephen Magnusson

Steve Purcell

Steve Warner

Sue Johnson

Theo Carbo

Tim Phillips

Tim Pledger

Todd Anderson-Kunert

Tom Fryer

Tony Gould

Valanga Khoza

Victoria Bilogan

Wang Zheng Ting

Warren Burt

Wendy Morrison

Whitt

Recordings Engineered by Myles Mumford

Concept by Adam Simmons and John Fitzgerald

Hosted by Leo and Marie at Conduit Arts

Sponsored by:
Little Creatures, The University of Melbourne, Australian Piano Warehouse, Yamaha, Temby Australia, Fulcrum Acoustics and Simon Stavenuiter Audio Production, New Music Network

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"Fat Rain" is the rain that comes on a hot sultry afternoon, those large splotches that fall singularly from the sky, splattering in the gravel and exploding on windscreens...

Founded by Adam Simmons, Fat Rain's focus is on improvised and jazz music but basically dedicated to providing engaging music, believing good art is not simply entertaining but should leave an impression!
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Track Name: James Hullick and Adam Simmons 2-11-15
James Hullick - prepared piano, voice
Adam Simmons - demolished saxophone,

Compositions by James Hullick & Adam Simmons