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Tess Said So

Tess Said So is the creative partnership between Rasa and percussionist Will Larsen. Adopting a pop sensibility to a classical format, they write and perform all their own material, influenced by a shared interest in new music and blurring the lines that define musical genre, infusing their sound with pop, jazz, ambience, minimalism, indeterminism and electronica.
"Every screening of Nosferatu should bear their brilliant score."

GREAT SCOTT MEDIA (Nosferatu review, Adelaide Fringe Festival)

"A well-deserved standing ovation." 

CANBERRA CRITICS' CIRCLE (Nosferatu review, Art Not Apart Festival)

"Breathtakingly beautiful... exhilarating." 

STATIONARY TRAVELS (Scramble + Fate review)

"This piano and percussion duo is an inspired pairing."

 A CLOSER LISTEN (I Did That Tomorrow review)

"Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror"

Original Silent Film:

F. W. Murnau, 1922


Rasa Daukus & Will Larsen, Tess Said So


Rasa Daukus (piano/keyboards) & Will Larsen (percussion/electronics), Tess Said So


"Schallen: The sound and aura of Nosferatu", Ainslie Arts Centre, Canberra: October 2017

George Town Festival, The Star, Pitt Street, Penang, Malaysia: August 2017

Edinburgh Fringe Festival, St. Vincent's Chapel, Edinburgh, UK: August 2017

Art, Not Apart Festival, Arc Cinema, National Film & Sound Archive, Canberra: March 2017

Adelaide Fringe Festival, Mercury Cinema, Adelaide: February 2017

Melbourne Fringe Festival, Sun Theatre, Yarraville VIC: October 2016

Photo credits:

Rebecca Cameron - Photos 1-3

"Sometimes Never"

Live creative development & rehearsal video:

Morgan Nesral, at Melbourne Grammar Music Studio, Melbourne VIC: April 2014


"Sometimes Never" by Rasa Daukus & Will Larsen, recorded and engineered by Will Larsen at Recliner Studios, Melbourne: April 2014

Photo credits:

Rasa Daukus - Photos 4-7

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