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Chaika

When:

Wed 4 Mar 2020, 7:30pm–11:00pm

Where: Two Oaks Cafe, 115 Bass Hwy, Somerset, Camdale, Burnie Devonport and NW Tas

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission - Adult: $20.00
  • Concession - Under 18: $15.00
  • Under 12: $0.00 ($0.00)
  • Additional fees may apply

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Get up close with this beautiful acoustic and intimate performance with some of Australia’s leading progressive folk musicians. Melding the earthiness of folk, dexterity of jazz and the craft of classical, Chaika’s vast influences create superb genre-blending music that transcends labels.

ARIA nominated, described as “spine-tingling” (Rhythms) and “extraordinary” (Fine Music FM), the Sydney-based sextet create a multi-faceted kaleidoscope of sounds—a true culmination of compositional, arranging and improvising prowess, performed with stunning attention to detail.

Their latest 2019 ARIA nominated release for Best World Music Album, ARROW (2019), has received heartfelt reviews, recorded and produced by ARIA award-winning team Bob Scott and Llew Kiek.

“Like a gust of wind ushering in a new season of possibilities…Arrow, as the title suggests, offered listeners a new direction in Australian Folk music, an innovative blend of beautifully crafted pieces.” - What’s on Sydney

At home wherever appreciative ears assemble—from roots and folk festivals to the world-class environs of recital halls—Chaika surprise, thrill and move the unsuspecting listener in a manner simply referred to by The Australian as “enchanting.”

Photo by Miki Sakai.