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Music On a Market Sunday


Sun 27 Mar 2016, 12:30pm–1:00pm

Where: Uniting Church, 114 Rusden St, Armidale, New England

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: benjaminthorn

Jazz Songs in Market Sunday Concert. The March Music on a Market Sunday concert features Georgie Chorley & Steve Thorneycroft playing a program of songs from popular and jazz traditions.
The guitar as a solo concert instrument is a well-known quantity these days, but it holds a long-standing tradition as, arguably, the most commonly used instrument to support the human voice across song traditions of all genres. The pallette of colouristic potential available in the guitar's vocabulary supports and complements the range of the human voice in ways that enhance depth and breadth of character, lyric content and meaning in songs with an intimate subtlety that is unmatched via other instrumentation.

Georgie is well respected as a highly skilled and in demand local trumpet player and teacher (as well as having unmatched coffee making and hospitality skills), but has a secret double life as a vocalist, drawing on her experience across a breadth of musical genres to create an intuitive and individual approach to song interpretation.

Steve plays the guitar. All the guitars. Seemingly quite a lot. Whether it be classical guitar, acoustic steel string, electric, jazz or an 8 string bass/guitar hybrid handful, across any genre (sometimes even during the same song) there's music to be played, so in the immortal words of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, "Make it so". And that's just the tea. Although it's a shame Picard preferred Earl Grey and not Yorkshire Gold - never mind.

Admission to the concert is free - though donations are encouraged. Tea and sausages are available at the Uniting Church before the concert.