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NGV Friday Nights
COOKIN' ON 3 BURNERS with STELLA ANGELICO

Fri 15 Jun, 6pm–10pm
NGV International
Ground Level

Booked out

Tickets for Friday 22 June can be purchased here

NGV Friday Nights returns this winter with exclusive late night access to MoMA at NGV. Featuring a line-up of international and home-grown acts presented by the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, experience art, music and dining inspired by the city that never sleeps.

COOKIN’ ON 3 BURNERS with STELLA ANGELICO
7–7.45pm & 8.45–9.30pm  

Get set for the main course, when Australia’s hardest hitting Hammond Organ trio, Cookin’ On 3 Burners bring it all to a boiling point with smokin’ soulstress Stella Angelico for NGV Friday Nights. With their classic soul version of This Girl hitting number one in France, Germany and the UK, earning them a nomination for Song Of The Year at the 2016 ARIA Awards, the band bring all the heat of their live show to Melbourne and join the dots between Deep Funk, Raw Soul, Organ Jazz and Boogaloo.

Angus and Harriett
6–7pm and 7.45–8.45pm

Angus Gray is an instrumentalist, vocalist, composer, producer and arranger based in Melbourne. His piano skills are highly sought after on the jazz, funk, and blues music scene, and he is a recipient of the Will Poskitt Piano Scholarship and Lionel Gell Foundation Scholarship for Jazz and Improvisation at The University of Melbourne. Harriett Allcroft is an Australian vocalist and composer, known for her mesmerising yet light-hearted style. Originally from Adelaide and now based in Melbourne, Harriett performs original contemporary jazz and re-arrangements of Australian jazz tunes with her trademark playfulness and whimsy.

SIMONE FORTI, HUDDLE
7.30–8.30pm

Simone Forti’s seminal performance piece Huddle, 1961, will be performed three times between 7.30–8.30pm as part of NGV Friday Nights. Forti was a key figure of New York’s 1960s Judson Dance Theater, and helped pioneer a new movement language that favoured the commonplace over the virtuosic. First performed in 1961 as part of a larger series of Dance Constructions in Yoko Ono’s downtown loft, Forti’s Huddle foreshadows the sense of presence and the relationship between viewer and artwork that would characterise Minimalist sculpture.

Huddle will be performed by Dance and Theatre students from the Victorian College of the Arts at The University of Melbourne.