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Newcastle & Hunter Jazz Club presents Sancha & the Blue Gypsies

Sunday 10 November @ 2:00 pm4:30 pm

$15 – $20

Newcastle & Hunter Jazz Club presents Sancha & the Blue Gypsies with special guest Adam Barnard.

“Doris Day meets Django Reinhardt in the sweet swinging outfit Sancha and the Blue Gypsies”.

Performing a completely unique and refreshing blend of jazz manouche, folk, gospel & bluegrass music this dynamic, acoustic quartet have been charming audiences around the country. With a lifetime of performance experience between them, this joyous collaboration of some of Sydney’s most respected musicians are headed to the Adamstown Uniting Church on Sunday Nov 10th for a gig promoted by the Newcastle and Hunter Jazz Club.

The lineup features Sancha Prowse (Vocals), Marcus Holden (Violin, Mandolin & Vocals), Garry Steel (Accordion), Stan Valacos (Double Bass & Guitar) AND they are very excited to have an extra member joining them for the Newcastle show, with the very talented Adam Barnard on snare drum & percussion.

Come and be enchanted as they weave a tapestry of stories and songs, each performance a new experience, as they share their creative arrangements of timeless jazz classics and spirited originals. They will also be performing songs from their imminent 2nd album. The quality of their musicianship and their intimate relationship with the audience makes this show something you won’t forget. You’ll be enthralled by this swinging quintet!

For more details go to www.newcastlejazz.com.au.

Sunday 10 November 2019
2pm – 4.30pm
Adamstown Uniting Church
Jazz club members $15 / Guests $20

Details

Date:
Sunday 10 November
Time:
2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Cost:
$15 – $20
Event Category:
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Venue

Adamstown Uniting Church – Church Auditorium
228 Brunker Rd
Adamstown, NSW 2289 Australia

Organiser

Newcastle and Hunter Jazz Club
Website:
http://www.newcastlejazz.com.au/

– Our church meets on the traditional lands of the Awabakal people, and we pay our respect to elders both past and present –

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