Louise Goh
Louise Goh
Pianist | Keyboardist | Vocalist | Composer
 
 
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ABOUT

Pianist, keyboardist, vocalist & composer based in Melbourne, Australia. Trained in classical piano, jazz and improvisation (Victorian College of the Arts), professional working musician, bandleader and composer.  Core member of award-winning cabaret act Yana Alana and Tha Paranas, debut piano trio album 'Crossing Ahead' released in 2013 with L.A.A. New solo project launched in late 2017 featuring collaborators Craig Strain (electric bass), Darryn Farrugia (drums) and Gideon Brazil (saxophones and flute). Other projects include cello/piano duo, Appasionata and six-piece Cuban salsa band, Avenida Sol. 

 

 

 

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Album Tracking @ Rolling Stock Recording Rooms

 Very happy faces after a productive day in the studio this month. We managed to lay down nine tracks. Stay tuned for news about upcoming gigs and the album release. Next up is a performance at MIJF 2018 in June, and the Paris Cat in July. 

Tala Raga @ Think Thornbury (photo by Sonia Bilal)

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Think Thornbury (Dec 2017)

Presented by All In Melbourne as part of its curated monthly series of gigs  promoting diversity in jazz. Featuring Darryn Farrugia (drums), Craig Strain (electric bass) & Hugo Lee (sax).  Recording our first full-length album in May 2018 and performing at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, June  2018. Pic by Sonia Bilal.

 

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Appasionata cello/ piano duo

 

New cello/piano duo, performing a range of light classical favourites, tangos, bossa nova and jazz standards. Featuring Adi Sappir on cello. 

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L.A.A. piano trio

 

Shooting some new promo photos in the streets of Yarraville. Pic by Erica Bramham.

Yana Alana

Yana Alana 'Between the Cracks' 

With Sarah Ward (a.k.a. Yana Alana) in 'Between the Cracks @ 45 Downstairs, Melbourne.

'Between the Cracks' will be playing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Soho Theatre (London) in 2018. Pic by Peter Leslie.

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