Lilith Night is an international celebration of diverse female composer-performers, across a dizzying range of genres.
A network of women music-makers and culture creators, directed by Australian musician Maryanne Piper, Lilith Night will feature the global fusion of sounds created by vocalist and kora player, Miriam Lieberman. The ensemble will perform compositions from international composers Sunna Gunnlaugs (Iceland), Christina Fuchs (Ger), Elisa Thorn (Canada) and Eve Beglarian (US-Armenian), Australian composers Jenna Cave, Harri Harding, and many more.
Special support: Kenya Wilkins Solo Piano Album Launch
Kenya Wilkins will launch her third solo piano album “So What Bach” a series of jams on JS Bach classics. Keyna Wilkins is a pioneering Australian/British composer-musician, solo-artist and leader of cutting-edge ensembles. Her music has been described as arresting and genre-blurring. She was one of three finalists in the Australian nation-wide APRA/AMCOS Art Music Awards for Individual Excellence 2018. Her compositions are performed internationally and published by Wirripang.
A kaleidoscope of music to excite the senses!
Maryanne Piper (clarinetist), Kenya Wilkins (piano), Rachel Drubetsky (trumpeter), Chloe Kim (drums) and special guest, Miriam Lieberman (vocals and kora).
All patrons are socially distanced inside the venue and must use sanitizer provided and enter individual contact details on entry. Face masks are available for those who want them. Hand sanitizer is provided and visible throughout the venue. People with any symptoms of colds or repeating dry coughs are not admitted and if such symptoms become visible after entry, would be asked to leave. Table service only except for those who are seated at the bar. There is no standing in groups allowed.