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Caribé meets Greening from Ear To Ear

at Club York – Friday 22 April – 8.00pm

($50 Dine and Discover vouchers are accepted)
media enquiries/interview requests – 0468 357 715

Caribé: Lee McIver-trumpet, Gai Bryant and Julian Gough-saxophones, Nick Barnard-trombone, Daniel Pliner-piano, Max Alduca-bass, Steve Marin-drums Fabian Hevia-percussion, Adrian Medina-dance, chants and stories.

Greening from Ear to Ear: James Greening-trombone and more, Andrew Robson and Paul Cutlan-woodwinds, Gary Daley-piano and accordion, Brett Hirst-bass, Fabian Hevia-percussion, Hamish Stuart-drums.

Caribé and Greening from Ear to Ear combine forces for a dynamic night of music, grooves, audience participation and fun at the Seymour Centre on Friday April 22nd at 8.00pm. Dine and Discover vouchers accepted.

Caribé presents a spectacular collision of beautiful music, creativity and multiculturalism set against a repertoire of original Latin Jazz. Caribé’s music is alive with spontaneous interplay and a crackling rhythmic momentum that showcases Adrian Medina’s dancing, chants and stories. Caribé wants you to be a part of this night by inviting you to dance, sing and interact with us in your chairs and in the aisles.

Greening from Ear to Ear is a seven-piece project, an extension of James Greening’s philosophy of music as a dialogue. James will be presenting his diverse and engaging suite –Tam O’Shanter Tales, an encapsulation of his creative life so far, tipping his cap to the great musicians that have shaped his vision.

Come and witness the joyous range of grooves and moods that James and his extraordinary group of musicians create on their journey. Greening from Ear to Ear features a menagerie of instruments, including James’s 1926 sousaphone – a sight and sound that needs to be seen and heard to be believed.
We thank the City of Sydney for their support in presenting this concert.