JAZZ FREMANTLE (inc)

EMAIL: info@jazzfremantle.com.au

WEB: jazzfremantle.com.au

Jazz Fremantle Inc P O Box 1269 Fremantle WA 6959

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


THE NAVY CLUB HAS EFTPOS FACILITY

Jazz Fremantle is pleased to announce that EFTPOS is no longer a long-drawn-out process on entry to Sunday sessions. We have obtained and installed at the door a Square Terminal, which deals with cards quickly and efficiently!

Program details are correct at time of publication and may be subject to change.

Table Bookings:
Table bookings can be made by TEXT ONLY Pamela on
0416 838 827 or email Pam stynesp@iinet.net.au

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25 October

Owen Measday

Music of Chet Baker and Stan Getz

Chet Baker meets Stan Getz Two giants of jazz, two stars of the music, two astounding careers, rejoiced in one concert for you tonight! Unfortunately for us, Chet Baker and Stan Getz recorded but two albums together in their time. The reasons for their minimal collaboration may be unsure, but what we can be certain of is the exquisite chemistry they shared on-stage. They both played with a deep melodicism and lyricism that suited each other, and the few recordings left for us are truly a treat for the ears. Bringing this music to life is a wonderful line-up of talents from Perth. This will be a very enjoyable and swinging night! Owen Measday vocals, Marty Pervan trumpet, Tom Greble tenor saxophone, Adrian Galante piano, Wayan Biliondana bass, William Chiew drums.

 

1 November

Shall We France? BOOKED OUT!

This afternoon Libby Hammer is delighted to present to the Jazz Fremantle community a handsome new face with a gorgeous voice - Tim Parish. Along with habituée Libby, Tim will lend his exquisite vocals to a range of great French songs in an elegant variety show. In his childhood, Tim was immersed in music pouring from records, endlessly spinning the tunes of the 30s and 40s, giving him an innate understanding of the jazz/swing mood. Along with his professional background in languages, Tim’s extensive experience in choral work has developed his skills in harmony, pure tone and vocal range. Together Libby and Tim have put together a charming concert of exquisite chanson, drawn from movie music, and the jazz of the 1920s up until the 50s and 60s, when Paris was the focal point of the global jazz scene. Join Libby and Tim as they take you to the most romantic city in the world for an elegant afternoon of culture and music. They are accompanied by Tristan Wills piano, Alistair Peel bass and Michael Perkins drums.

8 November

Simone Craddock Quartet

2020 FRINGE WORLD MUSIC & MUSICALS AWARD WINNER

Simone's dual career in music and theatre has taken her across Asia, the States and Europe, where she was based out of London for the last twenty years. Simone performed in prestigious venues such as Ronnie Scott’s, Yacht Club de Monaco and Houses of Parliament and has a presence born of leading roles on the West End stage & International tours of Annie, Jesus Christ Superstar and Hello Dolly! Simone returned home last year and performs her sold-out themed shows in Perth's best-loved venues, to critical acclaim. She was recently awarded the 2020 Fringe World Music & Musicals Award for her self-devised show, Nina, Love Simone, which she performed with Adrian Galante. Adrian joins Simone this afternoon to perform some of the most beautiful jazz standards ever written. Drawing from both American and British songbooks, and perhaps visiting the shores of Brazil and Europe, they will be joined by club favourite, Danny Moss Jnr bass and rising star, William Chiew drums.

15 November

Chris McNulty Quartet – 2 x 60 minute sets

Internationally acclaimed vocalist-composer Chris McNulty, regarded as one of the most talented and innovative jazz vocalists of her generation, performs at Jazz Fremantle on November 15. Her technical ability coupled with the effortless synergy shared between herself and her trio has created unforgettable experiences for audiences the world over. Chris will be presenting a collection of songs from the Great American Songbook along with a selection of material from her recently completed ‘Finding Home – Other Australian Stories’ a project composed as part of her 2019 Bundanon Trust Prelude Composer Residency. Harry Mitchell piano, Pete Jeavons bass, Bronton Ainsworth drums.

22 November

Mace Francis The 950 Express featuring Lucy Iffla. 2 x 60 minute sets

Mace Francis and his 950 Express roll into Fremantle with their Rockin’ in Rhythm section, the 10-piece Horns of Persuation, and the incomparable Lucy Iffla on vocals. This band exists to make toes tap, hips sway and put some boogie in your jive pants, playing the great music of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Jimmie Lunceford, Benny Goodman and Ella Fitzgerald et al. Mace and his delinquent jazz dogs will make your smile and dance as they drive The 950 Express straight to swing town. Lucy Iffla vocals, Saxes: Gemma Farrell, Claire Keet, Jayden Blockley, Mark Sprogowski: Trumpets: Marty Pervan, Matt Smith, Dusan Cuculoski; Trombones: Steve Bickley, Mace Francis, Rob Coleman; Guitar: Dan Garner; Piano: Tim Voutas; Bass: Wayne Slater; Drums: Greg Brenton.

29 November

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 ballads for 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.

SNEAK PEEK DECEMBER 2020

(TBA)

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