Nat Bartsch ‘Lullaby” Project

When

8:00 pmSunday, 8 March

Where

Jazz Lab

27 Leslie St, Brunswick VIC 3056

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Melbourne pianist Nat Bartsch composes ethereal, gentle music that explores

the space between jazz and classical genres. In 2017 Nat became a mother and

launched her ‘Lullaby Project’, inspired by Max Richter’s Sleep and the children’s

genre-crossing of the Teeny Tiny Stevies. Influenced by music therapy research

and her son’s stages of development, Nat composed a series of pieces designed

to encourage babies to sleep. The resulting album, Forever, and No Time At All,

was released on ABC Classic. As part of the MWIJF in December (a MJC

co-presentation), Nat launched the release of Forever on vinyl, performing this

music with a larger group, and premiering a series of new lullabies. Nat Bartsch

(piano) reprises this work, joined by Anita Quayle (cello), Robbie Melville

(guitar), Charlie Rank (double bass) and Maddison Carter (drums).

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