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Visions of Nar featuring Zela Margossian, Jeremy Rose, Bobby Singh and Hilary Geddes

28 September 2023

In the Utzon Room

Contemporary Music

Featuring pianist Zela Margossian and saxophonist Jeremy Rose, Visions of Nar is a kaleidoscopic ride. Launching their debut album, Daughter of the Seas, they’re joined by tabla master, Bobby Singh.

An invigorating jazz performance with moments of genius that evoked a tremblingly gorgeous mystical realm.

Limelight Magazine, Jessie Tu

Visions of Nar: Daughter of the Seas

Visions of Nar is a collaboration between Armenian pianist Zela Margossian and saxophonist Jeremy Rose. Joining them is the ancient sounds of tabla player Bobby Singh and guitarist Hilary Geddes. Tonight they launch their debut album Daughter of the Seas (ABC Jazz), a kaleidoscopic ride through Armenian folk and jazz influences, with a nod to the fiery Armenian goddess of water, sea and rain, Nar.

Classically trained Armenian pianist-composer Zela Margossian blends her cultural influences organically into her music, a beguiling fusion of folk, jazz and classical.

“a bright new force” SMH

Jeremy Rose is a two-time ARIA nominated saxophonist-composer with over 20 releases.

“one to watch on the Australian jazz scene” (Jazzwise, UK).

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