Zulya and the Children of the Underground
“ a sort of chamber music... that feels like it could grind the planet to a halt with sheer force of beauty.”
Wayne Davidson - Inpress
"It truly is a delight to find yet another audaciously Australian release. The audacity is wonderfully apparent from the very start in the unorthodox ensemble which Scott and Schulz comprise – cello and piano accordion in duet. For such a pairing, the selection of works presented on Little Birds both reward the expectations of the listener and throws in a few well-calculated surprises. Opening with De Falla’s Suite Espagnole, the duo establish the playful, Bohemian quality of the entire collection and their own musicianship in one swift stroke".
Finemusic 102.5 – October 2014
With ‘Folia’ Nick Tsiavos and Anthony Schulz offer an insight into a musical conversation that has been unfolding for over 15 years. Intimate, subtle and breathtakingly beautiful Folia reminds us that the simple act of listening can be a truly transcendent experience, both for the audience and for the musicians who allow us to share these improvised performances.
Owen McKern 3PBS
Ball Hanlon Schulz
With Eugene Ball on trumpet and Ben Hanlon on double bass and from diverse musical backgrounds these three acclaimed musicians present new works that (in)fuse contemporary chamber music with European folk songs and improvisation.
Sun Most South
In an artistic vein in which opposites attract, "Sun Most South" explore the exquisite tension that exists in-between; where musical worlds collide and ignite. What Andrea Keeble (violin) and Anthony Schulz (piano accordion) bring to Manuel DeFalla’s El Amor Brujo’; Love the Magician, a passionate expose’ of love conquering evil, and Prokofiev’s Violin Sonata, to Stravinsky, Dilermando Ries and their own works is the nexus between the ancient and new. "Sun Most South" is born of the fertile creative entities Cosmo Cosmolino, Zulya and the Children of the Underground and much more.