Clarence Jazz Festival 2023: Jazz Lounge – Live Recording, mulaka milaythina
Join us for the last in the Jazz Lounge series and be part of our live studio audience as we make a sonic recording of specially commissioned work mulaka milaythina (the Hunting Ground). mulaka milaythina is an exploration of the history of the mumirimina people, who lived along the Eastern Shores of the Derwent River for over 40,000 years before British colonisation.
The Clarence Jazz Festival is proud to have supported the development of this new musical work by first nations historian and
Warlpiri and palawa woman, Nunami Sculthorpe-Green in collaboration with internationally recognised pianist and composer Louise Denson. They will be accompanied by a nine-piece chamber-jazz ensemble. The development of this project has been supported by leading dramaturge and playwright Sarah Hamilton.
Drinks from Hobart Brewing Co. and Willie Smith’s will be available to purchase at the event however BYO food and wine is not permitted.