An affinity for all kinds of music is helpful if you plan to attend this gig but it should succeed in broadening the horizons of just about anyone fortunate enough to hear it. - Fest Magazine (Edinburgh Fringe 2008)
He has written major works for the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Wellington, Zephyr Quartet and co-composed on numerous occasions with celebrated Kiwi composer John Psathas.
Returning to Wānaka, Page will perform his 2020 APRA/ AMCOS Jazz Work of the Year nominated album The Colours of Grief with a specially curated ensemble of Wellington's finest musicians.
Centred around the kaleidoscope of emotions experienced while processing his own grief, this music sees Page in a space of deep reflection, anguish and eventually, hope.
Astonishing! —Billy Connolly
Adam Page Tenor Saxophone
Callum Allardice Guitar
Anita Scwabe Piano
Ellen Walters Cello
Phoebe Johnson Electric Bass