Maximillian Rudd today released a music video for Quiet Farewell. The track comes from his debut album of 2017, and was written as a dedication to his late grandmother.
The video series showcases his new arrangement of the Brazilian Popular Suite by Heitor Villa-Lobos. The suite, originally written for solo guitar, is here reimagined for guitar and small ensemble, giving this classic work new life.
Read more and watch the videos here.
The following concert has been postponed due to the ongoing situation with covid-19. A new date will be announced soon.
Aussie music veteran Xavier Rudd will be joined by his brother Maximillian Rudd will at his upcoming show at Mundaring Weir Hotel in Perth, Western Australia.
The show represents Maximillian’s Western Australian debut. This show is a special one-off event and follows their 2018 Storm Boy tour together around Australia.
The following concert has been cancelled due to the ongoing situation with covid-19.
St Mary of the Angels Basilica, Geelong
Max & Asha will celebrate a busy year of concerts, videos and recordings
Friday 20 December 2019
The Wesley Anne, Northcote
More info here.
Max & Asha release their latest video, Pixinguinha’s classic choro, Um a Zero. ‘Um a Zero’ translates to ‘One – Nil.’ This tune celebrates the heart of Brazil, where football and music meet.
Max & Asha release a new video featuring Proezas de Solon by legendary Brazilian composer Pixinguinha.
After the success of the first series of Max & Asha videos, the duo has again joined forces to present another three new videos featuring Brazilian music.The first instalment showcases a brilliant arrangement of Bate-Coxa by Marco Pereira by this new duo.
Maximillian Rudd is set to premiere his new ensemble arrangement of Heitor Villa-Lobos’ Brazilian Popular Suite.
Sunday 28 July 2019
St. Mary of the Angels Basilica, Geelong
Tickets and info here.
Max & Asha have been announced to play Melbourne Museum as part of the Nocturnal x Jazz program, in collaboration with Melbourne International Jazz Festival.
Friday 7 June 2019
More info here.