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Peter Knight – solo for trumpet, delays, tape and rice

January 29, 2017

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For more information about Peter’s recordings and gigs visit www.peterknightmusic.com

Allotrope is a solo project by multidisciplinary Melbourne- based composer, trumpeter and sound artist, Peter Knight. His first album under the Allotrope moniker was released in 2012 on Listen Hear Collective https://listenhearcollective.bandcamp.com/album/allotrope

“Hard to categorise… hauntingly memorable” The Wire (UK).  “Falling into an utterly genre-less wormhole” Cyclic Defrost. “If trumpet is an element then Knight is an alchemist” New York City Jazz Record.

Solo for Trumpet, Delays, Tape, and Rice, is from the new Allotrope album due out soon.

Australian trumpeter/composer/sound artist, Peter Knight, is a multidisciplinary musician who has gained wide acclaim for his distinctive approach, which integrates jazz, experimental, and world music traditions. Peter’s work as both performer and composer is regularly featured in a range of ensemble settings, he also composes for theatre, creates sound installations, and is the Artistic Director of one of Australia’s leading contemporary music ensembles, the Australian Art Orchestra (AAO).

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Peter Knight

July 3, 2012

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Buy Peter’s latest album on iTunes
Fish Boast of Fishing - Peter Knight

More info about Peter’s projects, albums and tour dates at peterknightmusic.com

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Quiet Music Festival 2010 April 30th – May 2nd

March 31, 2010

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Leading up to this year’s Quiet Music Festival here is a video of some highlights from last year
“Much of what is a musician’s practice can be lost in performance at festivals. The nuanced, the intimate, the delicate, the very breath is obscured. The Quiet Music Festival celebrates this detail and takes a creative approach to the presentation and staging of music. When it comes to the staging of music performance the Festival asks the question – Is bigger better?”
Leo Dale, co-director, Quiet Music Festival

http://www.quietmusicfestival.com/ Now over three days

FRIDAY 30 APRIL Feature Concert
Victor Valdes (Mexican harp virtuoso) plus Tihai (Indian Classical) hosted by Derek Guille
SATURDAY 1 MAY Workshops
Victor Valdes and Valanga Khoza
SUNDAY 2 MAY Performances all day
for the full program of artists see the website

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