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BLUE MOUNTAINS

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upcoming gigs

 

With special guest James Greening

Presented by Music Hunter in association with

Entertainment Blue Mountains

Venue: le Salon Grand, at Palais Royale, 

230 Katoomba Street, Katoomba, Blue Mountains

DOORS OPEN 7.30PM for 8pm Start

Food and 🍷

Ticket prices

$25 concession and $30 general adult

Under 18's $15

plus $2.50 BF

"If you like the relaxation of Bob Marley and the spirit of The Cat Empire, you’ll find yourself at home with The Strides."

Caroline Savransky

Drum Media

The Strides are a force for Reggae music, fronted by roots man Ras Roni from Barbados, Fijian MC LTL GZeus and Sierra Leonian ragga powerhouse Blaka C, The Strides deliver a musical experience that is as explosive as it is authentic.With three acclaimed albums under their belt and one set for release in 2020, a European label signing, festival appearances across the country and having graced the stage with the likes of Third World, Julian Marley, Tony Allen and Groundation, The Strides’ music faithfully builds on the foundations of classic roots reggae with a hip-hop edge, forging a sound that brings together modern dance hall, dub beats and reggae-pop. After 12 years on the road, this world class nine-piece have become a reggae institution, melding a diversity of cultures and instrumentation under the one universal consciousness.

Caribe

May 15, 2020

Afro-Cuban Jazz ensemble popular with salsa dancers.

WENTWORTH FALLS SCHOOL OF ARTS

217 GWH Wentworth Falls

Saturday 16th May

DOORS OPEN 7.30PM

FREE DANCE WORKSHOP AT 7:35PM

BAND 8.30pm - 2 long sets

Delicious Food and 🍷available on site from 7.30pm


Door: $25 concession and $30 general adult

Group bookings of 6- 8 people: @ just $25 each Under 18's $15

Afro-Cuban Jazz ensemble popular with salsa dancers lead by Gai Bryant as band leader.

Adrian Medina-dance

Lee McIver-trumpet

Gai Bryant-alto and soprano saxophones

Julian Gough-tenor saxophone

Des Cannings-trombone

Ed Goyer-piano

Nick Henderson-double bass

José Antonio Marquez Muzzio and Marcelo Malovini-percussion

 

WENTWORTH FALLS SCHOOL OF ARTS

217 GWH Wentworth Falls

 

Caribé (found on facebook as @Palacio dela Rumba) presents a fast-paced show with seamless transitions from the acrobatic to the elegant. Their performances provide an opportunity for everyone to enjoy Caribbean flair and skill.

 

Classic Cuban rhythms paired with impressive choreography by Adrian Medina define a show of spectacular artistry. This striking and varied stage production with its steamy Caribbean rhythms will transport the audience straight to the heart of Cuba.

 

The dancers exude unmatched elegance, exoticism and Cubanissimo against a backdrop of archival footage from 50s and 60s Cuba accompanied by an 8-piece band. The culmination of this blend of skills is a unique stage performance, making the show a memorable experience.

 

The group sound stems from Gai Bryant’s compositions which embody a knowledge of traditional Cuban styles integrated with years of jazz experience.The result is a maverick interpretation of traditional and classic styles that are performed with élan and spirit.

 

Family friendly venue under 18’s welcome. Food and drinks will be available to purchase. Discounted tickets are available for concessions and group bookings. Tickets can be purchased at the door from 7.30pm on the night, if not sold out.

Presented by Music Hunter in association with

Blue Mountains Theatre Hub
106 Macquarie Road Springwood NSW

Saturday 29 August, 8pm
Tickets: $36 | $33 Concession

A one off Booking fee of $3.30 (for service and handling) applies per transaction; this is regardless of the number or value of items purchased.

Tickets can be purchased at the Box Office, on 4723 5050 or online.

Acclaimed modern flamenco ensemble BANDALUZIA led by ARIA nominated Flamenco guitarist DAMIAN WRIGHT will present a spectacular new show that showcases contemporary flamenco dance and music whilst displaying the essential characteristics of the flamenco tradition. A journey through this unique and incredible artform by some Australia and Spain's most revered flamenco artists.

 

Bandaluzia are celebrated for their powerful performances, unique sound and explosive displays of dazzling musicianship and virtuosity that has made Bandaluzia a great success at festivals and theatres across Australia. In 2018 Damian performed in Jerez, SPAIN at La Conferencia de Jose Luis Balao as part of the Jerez International Guitar Festival and was invited to perform as a solo artist at The Rajasthan International Folk Festival, INDIA as well as The Shanghai Fringe Festival, CHINA. Also featuring Dance Australia Magazine's "Most Outstanding Dancer of 2013" and co- winner of "Best Dance Show" at The Adelaide Fringe 2014 JESSICA STATHAM (flamenco dance), ROSALIE COCCHIARO (flamenco dance) who, living in Madrid for 10 years, has performed in many of Madrid’s most premier Tablaos (flamenco venues), including Cafe de Chinitas and Torres Bermejas. On guitars & mandolin Freedman fellowship winner and National Jazz Awards finalist BEN HAUPTMANN (Katie Noonan, Gurrumul, Lior etc....) & brilliant percussionist JAMES HAUPTMANN (James Morrison, Vince Jones, Bluejuice...etc)

 

Bandaluzia are also highly revered for their ability to mix elements of other genres into their performances, whether being the rich harmonies of Jazz, the exotic melodies of the Orient or the infectious rhythms of South America. An experience that ignites the senses with the grace of Flamenco.

 

“Bandaluzia is winning high praise for its unique Australian interpretation of the powerful music and dance form….with their thrilling blend of passion and virtuosity” Gabrielle Wilder , SMH

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