Saturday 8 September @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm$25 – $35
Celebrate 100 years since peace came at the end of World War 1 and Australian servicemen could begin the long journey home. The church Honour Board was erected in honour of the Adamstown men who served and the true story of one such young man, Thomas Rogers Jones, will feature in the concert. Artists include The Pacific Palm Court Orchestra and Sax Blue.
Ticket prices: Full price $35, Conc./Student $25, Child up to 12yrs $10, Family (2F+2C) $80
Book tickets at www.trybooking.com/WKDH
THE PACIFIC PALM COURT ORCHESTRA
A jolly group of professional musicians, presenting music with good “tunes” from lots of musical eras and styles. Formed in 2011, the Pacific Palm Court Orchestra has played at concerts, high teas, parties, in fact wherever there is elegant conversation to be had.
Palm court music is light-hearted entertainment and, like the teas served in those grand hotels, is a curious blend of British and European flavours.
Catherine Sheng-Cooper – violin
Ann Hartsuyker – violin
Aaron Rothemund – flute
Rod Barnes – clarinet
David Cooper – cello
Heather Price – double bass
Mercia Buck – piano
See a video of the Pacific Palm Court Orchestra on youtube
SAX BLUE – Saxophone Quartet
SAX BLUE is an experienced saxophone group playing a broad range of music from classical transcriptions to jazz tunes and novelty numbers. The group has been blowing over a period of 12 years and produces a creamy but punchy blend of sounds with Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Baritone. The quartet’s repertoire includes baroque and romantic arrangements, jazz standards such as Blue Monk, Body and Soul, Don’t Get Around Much Anymore, Good Bait and Down By the Riverside, and special tunes like Tiger Rag and Bohemian Rhapsody.
Sax Blue like to honour the early 20th Century saxophone ensembles, such as the Brown Brothers.
The members of the group are Craig Parish (Soprano/Alto saxes), Cameron Harker (Alto), Paul Isaacs (Tenor), Rod Barnes (Baritone). All are members of the exciting Dungeon Big Band.
Sax Blue has played many concerts over the years, including support for the internationally-known Dutch Swing College Band.