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Sunday Jazz Series – The Fringe of Squaredom

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  • Season Ticket - 4 Shows: $110.00 ea
  • General Admission: $30.00 ea
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The Fringe of Squaredom presents jazz in its many forms, from the earthy swing of New Orleans to the classic cool of the modern era. Founded by Rachael Thoms and Tom Fell and featuring the powerhouse rhythm section of James Luke, Chris Thwaite and Hugh Barrett, the band brings together a collective of the region’s finest musicians to present four showcase concerts at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre.

Don’t miss your chance to hear world-class jazz, in this series of four Sunday afternoon concerts in the Tuggeranong Arts Centre theatre. The series of concerts builds on the Arts Centre’s growing reputation as a venue for music, offering a program that will appeal to jazz lovers and jazz laymen alike, with conceptually based concerts that explore a genre or artist.

As well as the celebrated musicians that make up the band, the season showcases some amazing special guests. Audiences can purchase tickets to individual concerts, or a season pass to all four.

Sunday 23 May, 4pm – 6pm – Latin Nights: Jazz from Brazil and Beyond:
The music of Cuba and Brazil has influenced and infused jazz since the 1940’s. Featuring special guest and master conga player Sinuhe Pacheco, this concert showcases the Latin Jazz tradition in all its vibrancy.

Rachael Thoms (vox)
Tom Fell (sax)
Sinuhe Pacheco (perc) – special featured guest
James Luke (bass)
Hugh Barrett (piano)
Chris Thwaite (drums)

Sunday 17 October, 4pm – 6pm – Money Jungle: When Mingus Met Duke:
West Coast jazz emerged in the 1950’s in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Featuring laid-back melodies and a chamber aesthetic, it came to represent cool modernism. Led by Tom Fell on baritone saxophone and with special guest Ben Marston on trumpet, this concert showcases the music of Gerry Mulligan and Chet Baker, both synonymous with the west coast sound.

Tom Fell (sax)
Ben Marston (trumpet) – special featured guest
Chris Thwaite (drums),
James Luke (bass),
Rachael Thoms (vox)

Sunday 22 August, 4pm – 6pm – Jazz Divas: Sarah, Ella, Billie and Beyond:
Join renowned vocalist Rachael Thoms as she delivers a sophisticated performance of songs by the great jazz singers of the last century. Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy Wilson and more. A concert not to be missed by lovers of the sung jazz tradition.

Rachael Thoms (vox)
Tom Fell (sax)
James Luke (bass)
Hugh Barrett (piano)
Chris Thwaite (drums).

Sunday 17 October, 4pm – 6pm – Money Jungle: When Mingus Met Duke:
Charles Mingus and Duke Ellington are two of the giants of jazz composition. This concert explores their music and their sometimes tumultuous (but always fascinating!) relationship. Featuring guest saxophonist Matt Handel (SYD) on saxophones.

Rachael Thoms (vox)
Tom Fell (sax)
Matt Handel (sax) – special featured guest
James Luke (bass)
Hugh Barrett (piano)
Chris Thwaite (drums).

All Concerts include one complimentary drink as part of the ticket price, commence at 4pm in the theatre, have a cash bar in the Hunting Lodge from 3pm and include a short intermission.

Buy a Season Ticket and get the fourth concert for only $20 and the best seats in the house! But get in quick as Season Tickets are only available for a limited time.

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