March 15 – Due to understandable concerns over the coronavirus pandemic, The Concerteenies will not be presenting today. We’re sorry to disappoint but we also feel at this early stage it’s better to exercise extreme caution and help “flatten the curve”.
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Relax and be astounded – listen to Harriett’s amazing jazz vocals, accompanied by guitarist Stella Anning, at the Victoria Hotel, Sunday 15 March, 3pm
You don’t want to miss out on Harriett! Harriett Allcroft joined up with The Concerteenies for the Bushfire Relief concert this year, absolutely stunning the crowd.
“(She possesses a) whimsical tone, like Chet Baker” – Kate Cebrano
Your little ones will be entranced by Harriett’s style, while you get to relax and listen to some proper music too! (And, as always, children’s entry is free.)
After a busy week of child caring and work, feel human again with two of Melbourne’s best up-and-coming jazz musicians, with Harriett accompanied by Stella Anning on guitar.
Don’t miss out! Reserve your places now!
Harriett Allcroft is an Australian vocalist and composer, known for her mesmerising yet light-hearted style. Leading the Harriett Allcroft Quintet, Harriett performs original contemporary jazz with trademark playfulness and whimsy. Harriett recently released her debut album Archie, as part of the Melbourne Women’s International Jazz Festival. Harriett has also performed at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, as well as many local clubs in Melbourne. In 2019, Harriett was a finalist for Best Vocal Jazz Album in the prestigious Australian Jazz Bell Awards.
TUESDAY 17 September, 10.30am at Kindred Studios, Yarravaille (note there is no Friday performance this month) – $18 / KIDS FREE
Sunday 25 August, at 12 MIDDAY, at The Victoria Hotel on Hyde Street, Yarraville $20 / KIDS FREE – WITH KIDS MEAL FREE*
Spring is in the air, and the weather is finally warming up – a perfect time for your little people to enjoy a great jazz trio!
This month’s Tuesday and Sunday performances for the Concerteenies is from one of Melbourne’s most exciting jazz trios to emerge in the last two years.
After moving from Berlin to Australia at the beginning of 2018, guitarist Benjamin Attiche connected with Oscar Neyland on double bass and Jack Beeche on alto saxophone. It quickly evolved into a flourishing and inspiring group that aims to break stereotypical musical roles.
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With an emphasis on interaction and transparency, the three musicians switch fluidly and spontaneously between improvisation and accompaniment.
The band awards a personal and modern approach to composers such as Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn and Wayne Shorter.
Listen to Neyland | Attiche | Beeche online before seeing them perform live
*The Victoria Hotel has a Concerteenies meal deal of a kid’s meal with the purchase of an adult meal
You and your little people will love the deep groove of Tamara’s double bass, accompanied by Nat Bartsch on piano.
Tamara Murphy is a renowned bassist on the Australian music scene. Playing in the jazz, indie and pop music industries, she is very versatile and appears on many varied recordings. She is known for her strong groove-based playing style and her lyrical soloing ability.
Check out her website here: www.tamaramurphy.com and buy tickets to ensure your spot here on Friday 3 August
Get ready for another Concerteenies! Latin-inspired jazz duo, Romy Hernandez Carbo (piano, vocals) and Jethro Negron (drums), play at Kindred Studios, Yarraville, on Friday April 27 at 10.30.
Tickets available here!!
Check out some of their work on Youtube here.
We’re really happy to be joined by saxophone and guitar jazz duo, Jack Beeche and Dan Mamrot, for a special school holidays edition of The Concerteenies. As with the under 5s, children are free, and tickets remain $18 online (click below) or $20 per adult on the door.
Choose a date to find out more about the musicians and the event.