Category Archives: Trichotomy

I’m Not Around – Trichotomy with DANNY WIDDICOMBE

Album artwork

‘I’m Not Around’ – the first single from the new Trichotomy with DANNY WIDDICOMBE album is out TODAY TODAY TODAY! Stream it, save it, share it… Love it.

We’re super proud of this one, and some big thanks to Danny Widdicombe , Sean Foran John Parker Samuel Vincent Yanto Browning Kristin Berardi for all the musical goodness & the good folks at GYROstream for supporting its release. You can hear this sucker and more at our Queensland Music Festival launch shows through July!

Trichotomy to support Bill Frisell Trio – June 5th 2019

A shining light of Americana, New York-based Frisell is “the most innovative and influential jazz guitarist of the past 25 years” (The Wall Street Journal) and has collaborated with some of the greatest pop artists of our time including Elvis Costello, Paul Simon, Sting, Brian Eno, Lou Reed and Marianne Faithfull, along with jazz luminaries John Scoffield, Chick Corea, Ron Carter, Pat Metheny and the late Charlie Haden.

With Frisell joined by bass player Thomas Morgan (Paul Motian, Dave Binney Quartet) and drummer Rudy Royston (Branford Marsalis, The Mingus Big Band), you’ll revel in a spell – binding sonic journey that features new music from his latest releases, Small Town and Music IS, alongside reimagined classics from his extensive catalogue.

Don’t miss this iconic voice in music – part skewered jazz, part roadside folk blues and part gritty rock, delivering big-sky grooves with one of jazz’s most deeply interactive trios.

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Trichotomy with Expressions Dance Company

We’ve been rehearsing hard with Expressions Dance Company.  To be more precise the band has been sitting around playing music whilst the AMAZING dancers get all puffed performing incredible displays of strength and grace. This is going to be a fantastic show!


Friday 19 May, 7.30pm
Saturday 20 May, 7.30pm
Tuesday 23 May, 6.30pm (Q&A Forum)
Wednesday 24 May, 11.30am (Q&A Forum)
Thursday 25 May, 7.30pm
Friday 26 May, 7.30pm
Saturday 27 May, 7.30pm