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Evans/Elphick/Odamura

Where
Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera House
Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000
Uzton Room
When

Friday 19 November 2021 from 8pm to 11pm

Cost

General Admission: $59

Australia’s most influential saxophonist, Dr Sandy Evans joins Master koto player Satsuki Odamura and ARIA-Award winning bassist Steve Elphick for a breath-taking performance at the Sydney Opera House.

Having paved the way for female jazz musicians here at home and abroad, Sandy Evans’s work exploring intercultural music is impressive.

“It began with all three musicians playing Tibetan singing bowls, a sound that did not just fill the air, but seemed to make each molecule glisten.” – The Music

Satsuki Odamura is a master of the koto and bass koto. Odamura brings awareness of these traditional Japanese instruments to the Western world, sharing her experience in a range of Western genres.

Produced by the Sydney Improvised Music Association - www.sima.org.au

Covid-safe information

In order to ensure SIMA events are safe for patrons and artists, we require all attendee’s to;

  • Check in using the NSW Heath App.

  • Provide proof of double vaccination or official exception.

  • Remain socially distanced from all other groups of attendees – including staff and artists.

  • Audiences, staff and artists must wear a mask when indoors. (If a mask is not brought, one will be provided to you)

  • Use hand sanitiser

SIMA will ensure a covid safe event by;

  • Sanitizer will be made available upon entry, at the bar service area for use.

  • 5m physical distancing at points of mixing

  • 5m physical distancing when queuing between seated groups

  • 5m physical distancing between staff

  • Tables will be set at 1.5m+ apart to allow appropriate distancing between groups

  • COVID marshals will monitor the use of masks indoors

SIMA reserves the right to remove any attendees who are visibly unwell from the premises.

SIMA and 107 staff are undertaking thorough cleaning practices to ensure the venue is COVID safe.

Including sanitizing of all surfaces before, throughout and after events. 

Our business requires all staff, contractors and artists as well as audiences to be fully vaccinated in order to work for SIMA. Otherwise they must show proof of exemption with a letter from their physician or another credible source.

Staff will be trained to handle how to manage patrons who are not complying and also how to manage the exemption.

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