Well, things are on the move again. But don't hold your breath...or hold your breath around sneezing and coughing. Anyway be careful. We can't tell who is crook and who's not. Now, a little bit about us. We are heading into workshops and preparing some new material. WOOHOO! We have a recording coming out soon and there is more good news on the way but we can't talk about that! Shush!! So stay tuned and be on the lookout for us. Take care now. Love GiiMusic.
Gii means heart. The word Gii is from the Gamillaroi people of the New England area in New South Wales in Australia. What happens when a string band performs with all manner of guitars, banjos and fiddles? Well, people dance, sing, weep, swoon, swing and sway. This is GiiMusic. Have a listen. Tap your toes. We play from the heart, for the heart.
Bree first held a violin at the age of five. She played folk violin as a child, inspired by the music played in her Dad’s celtic band. Bree studied classical violin at university, but has always been drawn to jazz, folk and contemporary music.
guitar banjo mandolin
Although he is new to the game of composing he is making steady headway into the Art Music scene. Recently commissioned by Sydney Living Museums for the exhibition "Songs of Home", Troy writes some of the songs for GiiMusic and he writes of his family as it is rich in story and history.
Started singing at the age of 4.
Twinkle Twinkle was first Solo.
Inspired by rhythm...melody...words.
I Luv ReggaeRiddim...BlueBeat...Ska...Soul
Chris began performing at age 11. He was taught ukulele by his father who had an Hawaiian band. Chris has worked as a bassist, guitarist, ukulele player and singer in various bands. He likes strong rhythm, melody and songwriting. Swing Blues 1930's jazz and contemporary music.
Sydney Bushfire Relief Fund
A fundraiser for the wildlife that was injured during the recent bushfires. All donations will go to WIRES.
ChangeFest 19 happens during the 20th-22nd, November in Mount Druitt, Western Sydney. We are playing at this event on the 21st November 2019. We are looking forward to this and will be playing new songs.
Gii Music at Magnify / Memory Hosted by Blacktown Arts Centre
How do we respectfully capture and share the knowledge and stories of our Aboriginal elders?
Internationally acclaimed artist Ursula Yovich and her band will present new music based on conversations with local elders in this intimate contemporary music concert. Become immersed in story through Ursula’s music over an afternoon tea of damper and sweets.
Developed in partnership with Moogahlin Performing Arts and the Baabayn Aboriginal Corporation.
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