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TEMPO: A QUARTERLY REVIEW OF NEW MUSIC

“It was one of the most remarkable musical experiences of my year … demanding that we look and listen. A sincere and sensitive exploration of ethnicity, domesticity and violence.”

I Care If You Listen

“Utterly captivating … This was a daring and powerful theatrical evening which lasted less than an hour, but whose emotion will resonate for far longer.”

The Arts Desk

“Delicate, dedicated modernism … As ever with this orchestra the performance standards were impressively high, especially given the technical demands of the music.”

Musical Pointers

“The most enjoyable concert of our sampling of the City of London Festival.”

Seen and Heard International

“A clear statement of intent … Musical standards are high, and the enthusiasm of all the musicians onstage was abundantly clear. The orchestra has a clear musical identity, and its future looks very bright indeed.”

Australian Stage

“Kelly Lovelady is both a cultural ambassador for Australia and a campaigner for recognition for Australian artists abroad … Ruthless Jabiru is a brilliant company.”

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Ruthless Jabiru and Decibel together in concert for one night only

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London chamber orchestra Ruthless Jabiru welcomes into its fold fellow Australian musicians Decibel New Music Ensemble for a massed finale to the latter’s forthcoming UK tour.

The two ensembles will unite for a programme of graphic-, text- and traditionally-notated music performed by an orchestra of entirely low instruments. The event will take place in the unique subaquatic surrounds of the Grand Entrance Hall at the Brunel Museum on 02 December 2022 as part of the UK/Australia Season 2021-22.

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