jazz and improvised music

Stu hunter: The MIGRATION
DATE Thursday 9 June 2016
TIME 8pm-9:15pm
VENUE York Theatre - Seymour Centre
TICKETS $45/$40/$37/$20
(Non-Member, Multi-Tix, Conc/Member, Student)
BOOK ONLINE or call 9351 7940


A rising star in modern jazz, Australian producer, pianist and composer Stu Hunter made his breakthrough with his lauded album, the muse (2007), followed by the award-winning sophomore suite, the gathering (2010) which The Australian declared “a milestone in contemporary jazz”. Premiered at the Sydney Festival earlier this year, the migration is a hard-grooving, soul-searching and cascading response to modern life, love and cultural complexity, performed with a masterful ten-piece band.
Commissioned in part by SIMA with the support of the Australia Council, we are thrilled to present this trailblazing work in partnership with the Seymour Centre. Besides his own projects, Hunter has made a name behind the scenes accompanying the likes of Passenger, Silverchair and Katie Noonan.

Visit Stu's website

Read the Weekend Australian's 4 1/2 star review HERE

75minutes no interval

STU HUNTER piano/composer JULIEN WILSON tenor saxophone/clarinet and bass clarinet MATT KEEGAN  tenor and bass saxophone PHIL SLATER trumpet JAMES GREENING trombone/pocket trumpet/ tuba CARL DEWHURST guitars CAMERON UNDY bass SIMON BARKER drums/percussion BEN KIDSON percussion TINA HARROD vocals