Late in 2018 Max played a Sofar Sounds set in Melbourne. The video is now available on YouTube. Check it out!
Max & Asha team up with Brazilian octet Hermeto Magnético for this very special show at Jazz Lab (Melbourne). Friday 26 April – 6pm. Click for more info.
Coming home for this special launch of the Art Local Exhibition at Ocean Grind Coffee Roasters. Supporting art made here on the Surf Coast! Friday 12 April, music from 5.30pm. Click for more info.
Max & Asha last week released a second live video, featuring the new duo playing Implicante by Jacob do Bandolim.
Geelong Library and Heritage Centre: The Dome
Max & Asha feature amongst this year’s annual Windfire Festival program. Now in its eleventh year, the festival boasts local and international artists in some of Geelong’s finest and quirkiest venues. This year we will be the first to play in The Dome at Geelong Library, overlooking The Esplanade and the bay.
As promised, we are happy to announce the release the first of a series of videos celebrating this brand new duo. This project aims to capture the Brazilian music stylings of two of Melbourne’s most promising musicians. More information about the duo can be can be found under the newly-installed Max & Asha tab on this website:
Watch the video here:
This new duo is finding its feet with a series of new videos. Today we released a little teaser to get you all keen for the full length videos to come in a few days!
This live video was filmed at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music as part of Max’s final recital for the Master of Music degree. It features the incredible Asha Henfry on flute. Expect more from this duo!
Filmed live in Paraty (Brazil). One quiet morning Max took to the streets on a recent trip to Brazil to play a classic Brazilian guitar piece, Sons de Carrilhões (Sound of Bells).
Catch Maximillian playing Geelong’s Festival of Sails on 28 January 2019.