Guitarist Ben Panucci is part of a new generation of young jazz musicians with an immediate appeal and individual sound and approach. Accompanied by Alex Boneham on bass and James Waples, this will be young Sydney jazz at it's best, in a space perfect to appreciate the range and subtlety of these three very versatile players.
John Blenkhorn returns to colbourne ave to do a final trio show before jetting off to Ascona switzerland to play at the jazz festival there with an all australian band featuring emma pask and bob henderson.
John is one of Sydneys finest guitarist and has performed and recorded with the likes of George Washingmachine and US trumpet giant and Harry Connick Jnr band member, Leroy Jones.
Tonight John will perform with Barney Wakeford (piano) and Tom Wade (bass), playing original arrangements of repetoire by Wes Montgomery, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and Kenny Burrell.
Playing Jazz spiced with Afro-Brazilian rhythms, the band includes long time collaborator and bass man, Hugh Fraser; distinguished emerging guitarist, Aaron Flower and American percussionist Chris Field. Read more at guystrazz.com, or check the great story while you listen at myspace.com/guystrazzmusic
This is a special one-off FRIDAY concert, to celebrate the birthdays of Guy and Aaron!
Mark waited a long long time to record this first celebrated album. Melding Jewish tradition with contemporary Australian jazz, it is a ground-breaking musical odyssey. At times haunting, yet melodic and beautiful, the group strikes a skillful balance between moments of intensity and tranquillity. Generations explores Markʼs musical roots and heritage combining ancient modes with modern themes. Markʼs research work, part of a Master of Music degree at the Sydney Conservatorium, examines the linkages between Jewish cantorial singing and jazz improvisation.
Mark Ginsburg - saxophones : Greg Coffin - piano : Karl Dunnicliff - bass : Tim Firth - drums
Guitarist Ben Panucci is part of a new generation of young jazz musicians with an immediate appeal and individual sound and approach. Accompanied by Alex Boneham on bass and Jody Michael on drums this will be a special event...
With Sam Dobson (bass) and Jodie Michael (drums)
come and discover Sydney’s most unique music space!
A sculpture by Ian Scott will be on sale for $1000.
Beer from Little Creatures, wine and food for sale.
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$20 / $10 lounges, candlelight, tea and coffee - wine, beer, and food available for this night only.
Two men who have taught and inspired generations of Sydney jazz musicians. Absolute legends, i'm not even going to say more than that.
From the early 20th century to the not so distant past, the Pre-Loved will take you on a musical journey guaranteed to entertain and breathe new life into songs from days gone by. Take a trip down memory lane as The Pre-Loved revive the lost art of harmony singing in an feel-good acoustic instrumental setting.
The Pre-Loved are Jess Green and Arne Hanna on vocals and guitars and Nick Hoorweg on vocals and double bass.
I love watching family members improvise together. Those moments of dischord which go right back to fighting over the last bowl of coco pops, the resolution that comes from knowing you'll be brothers your whole life.
Ben and James Waples have both been finalists in the Wangaratta jazz competition and currently comprise two thirds of the Mike Nock trio. It'll be perfect.
Featured some of the finest and up and coming guitarists in the Sydney Jazz scene. The groups were quite varied, some were acoustic trios, others were electric groups.
This series included a production of Strindberg's Miss Julie - "Not your average Swedish psycho-sexual suicide play".
17th - 18th - 23rd - 24th - 25th May
director - James Scott
cnr Colbourne Ave and St Johns Road, Glebe ( google map )
Thursdays from 8pm
anything you like - dinner, snacks, beverages, friends (glasses provided).
$20 / $10 concession for all concerts
Comfortable lounges, candlelight, all ages welcome.
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