The String Quartet Project

Performed by Flinders Quartet. Concert footage filmed by 5stream; audio recorded, mixed and mastered by Ana Paula Gargantini, APGMproductions.
June 22, 2019. Library at the Dock, Melbourne.

'Milkomeda' & 'Damn Floor' by FRANKLIN

FRANKLIN 'RITES'
Album Launch
Jazzlab, May 17, 2018

'Milkomeda' & 'Damn Floor'

Jamie Oehlers - saxophone
Ollie McGill - piano
Joseph Franklin - bass
Dave Beck - drums

'11 Years' - Salt Musuem, Istanbul.

Tina Stefanou - vocals / percussion

Joseph Franklin - bass / percussion

Salt Museum, Galata, Istanbul, Turkey. December 22, 2016.

An performance exploring the nature intimacy and distance, how sound and music act as currencies, and how the medium of exchange between two improvisers replicates a long-term relationship. The space LOGOS occupies represents possibility and the table at which they sit symbolizes the everyday objects that witness and facilitate communion.

Each hour of the performance portrays a year. Their 11 hour endurance silently narrates the commitment needed to sustain any union. Over time, through an accumulation of exchanges and the introduction of sound effects the environment, gradually responds and transforms their connection.

'Flood' by FRANKLIN

FRANKLIN 'RITES'
Album Launch
Jazzlab, May 17, 2018

'Flood'

Jamie Oehlers - saxophone
Ollie McGill - piano
Joseph Franklin - bass
Dave Beck - drums

The String Quartet Project
'Milkomeda' & 'Damn Floor' by FRANKLIN
'11 Years' -  Salt Musuem, Istanbul.
'Flood' by FRANKLIN
The String Quartet Project

Performed by Flinders Quartet. Concert footage filmed by 5stream; audio recorded, mixed and mastered by Ana Paula Gargantini, APGMproductions.
June 22, 2019. Library at the Dock, Melbourne.

'Milkomeda' & 'Damn Floor' by FRANKLIN

FRANKLIN 'RITES'
Album Launch
Jazzlab, May 17, 2018

'Milkomeda' & 'Damn Floor'

Jamie Oehlers - saxophone
Ollie McGill - piano
Joseph Franklin - bass
Dave Beck - drums

'11 Years' - Salt Musuem, Istanbul.

Tina Stefanou - vocals / percussion

Joseph Franklin - bass / percussion

Salt Museum, Galata, Istanbul, Turkey. December 22, 2016.

An performance exploring the nature intimacy and distance, how sound and music act as currencies, and how the medium of exchange between two improvisers replicates a long-term relationship. The space LOGOS occupies represents possibility and the table at which they sit symbolizes the everyday objects that witness and facilitate communion.

Each hour of the performance portrays a year. Their 11 hour endurance silently narrates the commitment needed to sustain any union. Over time, through an accumulation of exchanges and the introduction of sound effects the environment, gradually responds and transforms their connection.

'Flood' by FRANKLIN

FRANKLIN 'RITES'
Album Launch
Jazzlab, May 17, 2018

'Flood'

Jamie Oehlers - saxophone
Ollie McGill - piano
Joseph Franklin - bass
Dave Beck - drums

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