Piaf 2017: William Brittelle & Aaron Roche In Soft Soft Loud

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Fremantle Arts Centre and Perth International Arts Festival Present
William Brittelle & Aaron Roche in Soft Soft Loud: Future Shock

Sat 11 Feb | Doors 7:30pm | Show 8pm | John Curtin Theatre, John Curtin College of the Arts | Ellen Street, Fremantle | General Admission, Unreserved Seating | Runs 70 mins, no interval | Tickets $49 Adults, $44 Concession and Friends of the Festival from Oztix

A taste of Brooklyn’s boundary-pushing classical music scene will be transported to Fremantle for one-night only when revered musicians and neighbours William Brittelle and Aaron Roche perform Soft Soft Loud: Future Shock, a Perth International Arts Festival exclusive.

Brittelle is a composer of vivid pop-influenced electro-acoustic music. His work is characterised by the melding of complex rhythms, formal structures and the visceral power and appeal of pop rock.

His songsmith countryman Roche is known for effortlessly weaving together threads of contemporary composition, American folk traditions and avant garde noise rock in a refreshingly unpretentious way.

Led by Artistic Direcor Matthew Hoy, the pair will join forces with an ensemble of Australia’s finest musicians to bring to life a vibrant, virtuosic and genuinely compelling performance which transcends the typical classical concert experience.

"Brittelle is about as sophisticated as a modern musician and composer can get ...perhaps the greatest of his skills: finding ways to bring together the things we may see as oppositional." – Brice Ezell, Popmatters

More info: http://www.fac.org.au/whats-on/post/william-brittelle-aaron-roche-soft-soft-loud-future-shock/

Please note that due to inclement weather, the venue for this concert has changed. It will no longer be held at Fremantle Arts Centre, it will instead take place at John Curtin Theatre, located at John Curtin College of the Arts. Parking and the theatre entrance are both accessed via Ellen Street, Fremantle.
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By: Fremantle Arts Centre

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