NZ/AUS Jazz Band Antipodes perform music from their highly acclaimed new album ‘Good Winter’. In support is one of the regions folk duo legends: Montgomery Church!
With fiery solos, contagious grooves and beautiful melodies, the group of extremely fine NZ and AUS musicians write inspiring jazz music that is as brilliantly artful as it is accessible. Now on their fourth tour of Australia and New Zealand the members of the ensemble have become become nationally recognised by various awards, such as Allardice taking the 2017 NZ APRA jazz composition of the year award, Sweeting who was selected in the top three of the 2016 Freedman Jazz Finals at the Opera House and Botting who was a grand finalist at the 2015 National Jazz Awards at Wangaratta Jazz Festival.
Jake Baxendale – alto sax
Callum Allardice – guitar
Luke Sweeting – piano
Tom Botting – double bass
Tim Geldens – drum kit
Cielle Montgomery and James Church are ‘Montgomery Church’ – a blend of acoustic folk, americana and bluegrass influences, grown and distilled in the Snowy Mountain ranges of country New South Wales. With their organic union of dobro and guitar, harmony vocals, and elegant songwriting, this captivating duo are enthralling in their dynamic intimacy and embrace all that is subtle, spacious, and sensitive.
St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall
136 Commissioner St, Cooma NSW 2630
Tickets at the door and online (NB. online booking fee).
Adults $25, Concession $20, children and school students free.