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Walsh Bay Arts Table
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LIVE JAZZ!

Sunday 20 October 2019
Free Live Jazz:  11am - 5pm
Walsh Bay Arts Table Dinner:  6pm 

  

 
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The Gantry

Walsh Bay Arts Table Dinner
6:00pm 

Celebrating 10 years of Sydney’s iconic Walsh Bay Arts Table, in support of the many arts companies who call the piers of Walsh Bay home, The Gantry Restaurant has created a special dinner for Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce. 
Enjoy four fabulous courses with wine for $165pp

The ticket price includes a donation to the ongoing development of arts and cultural activations at Walsh Bay
Book your tickets below. Choose the JAZZ ON THE BAY $165PP option 

 

Live Jazz
11am - 5pm at Pier One Sydney Harbour, Walsh Bay

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Walsh Bay Arts & Commerce (WBAC) is bringing back live jazz to the original site of the old Harbourside Brasserie – a legendary live venue that attracted jazz greats like Vince Jones.  Starting Sunday October 20, WBAC will offer free live jazz, where the iconic Pier One Sydney Harbour Hotel now stands and a variety of harbourside bar and dining experiences are to be found. 

Headlining a diverse and exciting, all-day Jazz line-up will be one of Australia’s most powerful voices in Jazz – Emma Pask, whose stage presence is reminiscent of the classic era Jazz greats and will leave you spellbound.

Developed in partnership with Sydney Improvised Music Association (SIMA) the Jazz on the Bay live line-up will include National Jazz Award Winner Aaron BAZ Flower, high energy Latin Jazz artists Samba Mundi and Queen Porter Stomp – raised in the swamps of Sydney’s Inner West and raised in the traditions of New Orleans Jazz with a rhythm section born of cut throat Jazz chops and a banjo that can exorcise demons the wrong side of midnight! 

Entry to Jazz on the Bay is free! 

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access_time11am - 12:30pm

Queen Porter Stomp

Shine those shoes and undo that top button! Raised in the swamps of Sydney’s Inner West and bred in the traditions of New Orleans finest music Queen Porter Stomp feature a rhythm section borne of cut-throat jazz chops and a banjo that can exorcize demons the wrong side of midnight. Their wicked mix of ukulele, lush vocals, banjo, horns and drums are rapidly becoming an in-demand festival favourite with credits including the Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival, Woodford Folk Festival and Falls Festival. 

Crystal Barreca (vocals, ukulele), Max Williams(banjo), Lou Horwood (trumpet), Rose Foster (trombone), Shannon Haritos (double bass), Alex Masso (drums)

 
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Samba Mundi

Led by multi-ARIA Award winner pianist Marcello Maio, Samba Mundi play energetic Latin Jazz. Drawing influences from legendary Brazilian artists such as Pascoal and Jobim along with Salsa greats Ruben Blades and Willie Colon, Samba Mundi combine the danceable rhythms of Samba and Salsa, with Jazz, Reggae and Soul music to create a colourful and intoxicating live performance. 

Tiago de Lucca (guitar/vocals), James Greening (trombone), Marcello Maio (keyboard) Junichi Shiomi (bass), Steve Marin (drums/perc.) 

 
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access_time3.00pm - 4.30pm

Emma Pask duo with Kevin Hunt

Vocalist Emma Pask has firmly established herself as one of Australia’s favourite voices in Jazz. Her effortless honest stage presence combined with her powerful vocal ability, leave audiences spellbound. While Emma’s voice and style are unique, and individually her own, her performances are reminiscent of the classic era of jazz, when swing was top of the charts. Emma performs in duo with celebrated pianist Kevin Hunt. 

Emma Pask (vocals), Kevin Hunt (piano) 

 
Aaron "Buzz" Flower

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Aaron "BAZ" Flower

“Flower’s compositions are as masterful as his playing”— JESSICA NICOLAS - THE AGE 

National Jazz Award-winner Aaron Flower is recognised as one of Australia’s most accomplished jazz guitarists. He works leading and playing with a diverse array of musical projects, most notably Cope St Parade, Danaides, AKA BAZ and The Swinging Blades. 

Aaron Flower (guitar)  

 

Watch: Emma Pask

Watch: Queen Porter Stomp

Watch: Aaron "Buz" Flower