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Featuring Michelle Smith on harp, Kate Pass on double bass and Talya Valenti on drums, Turiya combines jazz, contemporary and classical styles, with influences from harp legends Dorothy Ashby and Alice Coltrane. Incredible musicianship and an excellent bond of rhythmic exploration verges on altered consciousness. Come and tour the constellations on this inner and outer journey of the cosmic planet, Jazz.

Joan & The Giants (WA) are an alternative pop band who’s emotionally raw, fierce and powerful music and captivating live performance has placed them as one of the most exciting bands in the WA music scene.

Forming in early 2019, the band has toured extensively and released six singles. They’re currently working on their debut EP, set for release later this year.

With a unique back story, front-woman Grace and guitarist Aaron have been writing together for years, drawing inspiration from their own relationship. Coming together from different backgrounds, Aaron from a remote Indigenous community in the Kimberley and Grace from an organic farm in the South West, the couple are now based in Perth with band members Riley and Liam.

Sunday Music is FAC’s beloved flagship music program, presenting free weekly concerts every week for six months of the year from October to March. Enjoy a carefully curated line up of the best local and touring musicians every weekend under the trees in FAC’s stunning Front Garden.

The quality of the acts is perfectly complemented by the relaxed, family friendly atmosphere which makes Sunday Music a staple of summer in Fremantle. We recommend you arrive early and settle in for the afternoon. Bring a rug and picnic (no BYO alcohol) or enjoy tasty treats from the food vendors and bar on-site. Some chairs provided.

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Sunday Music is possible thanks to the ongoing support of Bendigo Bank – Fremantle Community Bank Branch.