JAZZ FREMANTLE (inc)
THE PRESIDENT AND MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE OF THE NAVY CLUB AND
JAZZ FREMANTLE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THESE UPCOMING EVENTS.
SHOW TIME: 3pm TO 6pm, DOORS OPEN AT 2:30PM
Cash or EFTPOS payments available
Program details are correct at time of publication and may be subject to change.
Table bookings can be made by TEXT ONLY Pamela on
0416 838 827 or email Pam email@example.com
Swan River Ramblers
Special Entry prices: $20 Members; $25 Non-members Led by bass player Pete Jeavons, the Swan River Ramblers (SRR) was formed in 2017 and, true to their name, the group performs mainly in a roving quartet format aboard the Paddle steamer Decoy as it cruises the Swan River during WA’s warmer months. After a successful performance at Jazz Fremantle in December last year the SRR will once again take to the Jazz Fremantle stage on Sunday June 20th, featuring new recruit Daniel Susnjar (drums) alongside regular ramblers Adam Hall (trumpet/vocals), Adrian Galante (clarinet), Ray Walker (guitar/banjo) and of course Pete Jeavons (double bass). The band performs music from a wide spectrum of styles, drawing repertoire from jazz & swing standards, trad jazz classics, bebop, blues, New Orleans style music, gypsy jazz and more. Combining a wealth of performance experience, with instrumental virtuosity and a keen sense of spontaneity the Swan River Ramblers will deliver a great afternoon of musical entertainment that is guaranteed to please.
Mia Simonette with the Danny Moss Jnr Trio
Mia delivers the great jazz songs with style, class, phrasing, and dynamism way beyond her 21 years. This dynamism shines through in her swinging ‘on stage’ presence and her program includes a repertoire full of snap, swing, and a few soulful balladsfor good measure. Danny Moss Jnr’s bass playing is highly regarded by his peers on the International scene. The Danny Moss Jnr Quartet in Europe is now well established on the Festival Circuit and regularly plays at Ronnie Scott’s famous Jazz Club in Soho, London. Adrian is an Australian jazz clarinetist and pianist. His precocious talent excites and delights audiences wherever he performs, playing both instruments with a depth of knowledge and feeling that very few attain. A recent graduate of WAAPA, Adrian was awarded the Channel 7 award for Jazz for highest marked graduating student and best Honours graduation recital. Bronton Ainsworth is highly talented and a very experienced percussionist. His professionalism is second to none and his touch, sound, time, and feel at the drums adds class to every group he plays in. Mia Simonette vocals, Danny Moss Jnr bass, Adrian Galante clarinet/piano, Bronton Ainsworth drums.
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