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Jeremy Rose, Hamed Sadeghi & Lloyd Swanton – Vazesh

Sat 13 Nov

Enlightening musical improvisations!

Vazesh means “to blow softly”. Performing enlightening music improvisations inspired by the Persian Radif and renowned Iranian tar player Hamed Sadeghi of Eishan Ensemble. After a successful debut at The Music Lounge, Sadeghi returns with a crew of acclaimed jazz artists for this new musical venture.

Featuring Sadeghi alongside award winning saxophonist-bass clarinettist Jeremy Rose (The Vampires, The Earshift Orchestra) and bassist Lloyd Swanton (The Necks, The Catholics), this is an exciting collaboration driven by an exploration of musical discovery.

With inspiration from Anouar Brahem, Dhafer Youssef, Spiritual Jazz, and The Necks, their music draws from many influences and yet sounds uniquely their own.

A note about the venue:
Please note that while we are operating in accordance with the NSW Public Health order, and at reduced capacities, The Music Lounge is a smaller, more intimate venue, and the audience is seated close together.


  • It’s the closest thing to telepathy I’ve seen. The audience applauds, satisfied by the class, the brevity, the structural perfection and rich invention of Rose, Sadeghi and Swanton’s Vazesh. - Limelight Magazine

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