Three Things To Do This International Women’s Day
Here are three events we’ll be attending (and you should too) supporting and celebrating women this weekend!
3. Nat Bartsch’s Lullaby Project at the Jazz Lab
|MJC Presents: Nat Bartsch’s Lullaby Project at the Jazz Lab – Melbourne pianist Nat Bartsch composes ethereal, gentle music that explores the space between jazz and classical genres. Nat is now reinterpreting this music in a jazz context, with a forthcoming ABC Jazz release. To celebrate International Women’s Day Nat Bartsch recaps this work with Anita Quayle (cello), Robbie Melville (guitar), Charlie Rank (double bass) and Maddison Carter (drums).
Jazzlab 27 Leslie St, Brunswick
Sunday, 8th of March
New releases this week from Female Artists
- Anna Calvi – Hunted Anna Calvi releases a reworking of her 2018 album Hunter on the 6th of march. With the first track already released “Don’t Beat The Girl Out Of My Boy” featuring Courtney Barnett, more collaborating are expected from the likes of Joe Talbot (IDLES), Charlotte Gainsbourg and Julia Holter.
- Anita Lester – Erato releases her debut EP ‘Erato’ with the launch at The Jazzlab on Wednesday the 4th of March. Erato is a collection of songs and poems focusing around sex, death and longing.
- Caroline Rose – Superstar available on the 6th of March – the bigger, badder, glitter-driven record by Caroline Rose. Written as a sequel to 2018’s LONER, 2020 release “plays out like an epic movie about the pursuit of fame and fortune,” Rose states. “I’ve always been fascinated by this pursuit, but what’s even more fascinating is what happens when it fails”