South Australia’s newest multi-genre immersive performance space, The Lab, will this month host a 24-hour program of continuous live music presented by multi-instrumentalist Adam Page.
Using an array of instruments, his voice, many silly sounds from the audience, and his iconic looping pedals, Adam Page improvised up a storm at this show for kids (and their adults).
Adam Page is the musician’s musician. The ubiquitous multi-instrumentalist pops up in myriad genres and combos, including orchestral, band and solo work. His Fringe shows are consistently popular, but this year, instead of his usual one-man offering, he is bringing an extra man in the guise of Tim Bennett.
It’s no wonder the Family Gala has been a great favourite for the past few years. It was a riot of music, songs, dance and amazing tricks with hoops on roller skates plus a juggling bear and that was just the first 3 acts!
Page's shows are a grab-bag of incredible instruments and sampling machinery, which Page uses to improvise compositions . You could go to every night and never see the same show.
Yep, you read that right! This weekend’s festivities will be of New Orleans proportions when NOLA at Nexus turns up the heat this Saturday. Chris Weber’s Banksia Orchestra will be playing old-time New Orleans Jazz, followed by Melbourne’s Horns of Leroy with one of their trademark energetic brass band performances to bring you to your […]
Adam Page is a local boy making some seriously wicked tracks with all manner of instruments, everything from sax to glass bottle to even his own beard
Adelaide singer-songwriter Max Savage is a young man of diverse and complex musical interests. He talks to Glam's Tracey Korsten about his upcoming Fringe gig.
A small group of arts enthusiasts assembled at Lexus of Adelaide on a Tuesday evening to celebrate the ASO 2016 season, their 80th anniversary year.
The Shaolin Afronauts will be performing as part of Sessions, running from 6th to 21st January 2012, at the Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre. Other artists appearing include Fefe, Asa, Adam Page and Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro.
Adam Page has found a great way to save money. Instead of hiring a 34 piece backing band, he has learned to play just about every instrument that you can name.