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The man in the purple suit

I had a gig on Sunday afternoon in Adelaide, in a quaint old stone building called “The Chapel” within the precinct of the Migration Museum. Afterwards, chatting with audience members (friends and strangers), I met Melvyn Cann, a silver-haired gentleman … Continue reading

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I spent several days playing the LightFlute on a remote point on Bruny Island in the Southern Ocean in October 2014. It was a remarkable experience. They call it a Light House… but no-one lives in it. It is a … Continue reading

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Rain Gods

On friday this week I had only one performance on a rather cool and very wet wintry day in Brisbane. It was one of my duo school shows called TAIKO drums and flutes of Japan with Toshinori Sakamoto. We were … Continue reading

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