Sunday 8 September 2019 at 2pm
Sacred Spaces at the Sisters of Mercy Convent
30 Queen Street, Singleton, Hunter Valley
Tickets include a delicious Convent-made afternoon tea: $30 adult, $5 school student. And can be booked at trybooking.com/501824 or purchased at the gate from 1.30pm.
The Djangologists perform music inspired by jazz legend Django Reinhardt while adding their own twist! Relax in the Convent front garden listening to blistering fast tunes to velvety ballads and everything in between! The musicians love their audience to be a part of the experience – whether you dance, sing or just smile, it doesn’t matter!
Clarinet & Saxophone – Chris Higgins
Trombone – Thomas Arblaster
Guitar – Hamish Reid
Guitar – Michael Napoli
Double Bass – Oscar Peterson
You are invited to BYO drinks, picnic food, rugs or low seats and relax in the front garden. Additional seats will be provided around the garden.
The garden will open at midday if you want to come early to eat.
In case of wet weather, the concert will be held in the Community Room.
Media release courtesy of Sacred Spaces. Image: Djangologists and courtesy of the group.