Thursday 24 February, Roseneath School Hall, 7:30 pm
Entry: $15/$10 for members. Cash only (no eftpos facilities).
Red Level Protocols
A venue gathering limit of 40 people will apply so please RSVP to Ruth Birnie to confirm your place firstname.lastname@example.org.
Everyone will need to be fully vaccinated, with a pass, or have a vaccine exemption. You will need to sign in at the door and keep your masks on indoors.
‘Kaleidoscope’ is the latest album by NZ composer/musician Julie Bevan. This is eclectic album draws on her diverse musical influences and styles, including flamenco, jazz, kiwi and Brazilian music (the cd was recorded in Brazil and Wellington).
She is joined by friends who recorded with her in Wellington – Nick van Dijk on keys, melodica and brass, and Aaron Stewart on acoustic bass.
Nick plays diverse musical styles but is best known in jazz. A composer, musician and teacher, he has performed with Black Seeds, Rhombus, Olivia Newton John, and the Wellington Jazz Orchestra, as well as contributing to many albums.
Aaron Stewart is the long-time bass player of alt-country artist Mel Parsons and with T-Bone Trio, a mathematically challenged quartet performing bluegrass and country classics. He has performed in a variety of international and local festivals and contributed to many albums.
‘Kaleidoscope’ can be bought directly from Julie
We are delighted that Kaboodle has arisen from their hibernation. These Wellington treasures are Diana Bastion singing mainly old traditional songs with Julian Ward on open tuned guitar, and concertina.
Triskele is a group of three multi-instrumentalists Emily Griffiths, Bob McNeill and Ceara McAuliffe Bickerton who deliver an animated and soulful Celtic musical experience. Founded in 2021, three of New Zealand’s top and up-and-coming traditional musicians saw an opportunity to create a new sound using original songs and music woven together with traditional tunes to create an exhilarating sound.