Bassist Ian Wilmot is an integral part of the freelance Melbourne music scene, performing with the Australian Pops Orchestra, the Melbourne Symphony, Orchestra Victoria and the Melbourne Theatre Company.
Ian Wilmot studied double bass at the University of California in San Diego. While living in the U.S, he worked as a freelance musician including a concert at the Hollywood Bowl under the direction of Leonard Bernstein.
Now living in Melbourne, Ian is an integral part of the freelance music scene. He performs with the Australian Pops/Philharmonic Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Victoria and the Melbourne Theatre Company. Ian featured on the soundtrack for the recent mini-series After the Deluge and performed on Baz Luhrmann's CD Something for Everyone. He's currently recording a CD with the jazz/world music group Combo Combo.
Performing as Jenny Game Ensemble
The Jenny Game Ensemble provides an opportunity for musicians from a variety of backgrounds to collaborate. In addition to jazz, the musicians involved work in classical, improvised, folk, popular and experimental musical styles.
Featuring an impressive lineup of musicians, including the ARIA-winning pianist, Andrea Keller, guitarist Steve Magnusson and percussionist extraordinaire, Peter Neville, Jacinta's Song is the new CD from multi-saxophonist / composer Jenny Game-Lopata.
Performer: Double Bass
Ian Wilmot also appears on
Elizabeth Anderson and friends put a new twist into Christmas carols and CDs: eight Christmas tracks neatly packaged as a Christmas card with a vibrant front cover and room for a personal inscription.