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Andrew Tuttle - 'Alexandra' Worldwide Premiere - FREE EVENT
Redland Performing Arts Centre

Join us for a free evening of music to celebrate Andrew Tuttle’s latest album release

Andrew Tuttle is a best-kept secret of the Australian musical underground. A composer and improviser who has shared stages with Matmos, Julia Holter, Steve Gunn, Lawrence English, Ryley Walker and many others, Tuttle melds acoustic instrumentation (banjo, guitar) with electronic soundscapes. His forthcoming album Alexandra is named after the street and suburb in which he grew up and first developed a passion for music, Alexandra Circuit in Alexandra Hills.

Based on Tuttle’s previous albums you can look forward to ‘a stunning, natural-sounding blend of acoustic folk melodies and digital signal processing’ (AllMusic) where ‘Tuttle makes cosy bedfellows of acoustic and digital tools' (The Australian).

Join us for this free ‘voyage through the endless possibilities of the strings’ (Cyclic Defrost) when Tuttle presents a worldwide premiere of works from Alexandra, his fourth solo album. Alexandra was developed with the support of a Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) grant from Redland City Council.

Click on the image below to hear Boarding Zone from Andrew's 2018 self-titled album.

Performance Times:
Friday 18 October, 7.30pm
RPAC Concert Hall Stage
2 hours, including a 20 minute interval (subject to change)
Book via the book now link
Suit Children:
Parental guidance recommended to determine suitability for your child
Booking Information:
You can book your tickets:
  • in person at RPAC Box Office, 2–16 Middle Street, Cleveland
  • by phone – 3829 8131
  • online 24/7 using the Book Now link below

If you require mobility assistance please contact Redland Performing Arts Centre Box Office so that we can accommodate your needs.

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The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Redland City Council to support local arts and culture in
regional Queensland.

The development of the Alexandra album was supported by a RADF Grant.