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Daniel Weltlinger

Quartet

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Saturday, 7th April 2018

Show time @8:30 -10:30 pm

 

 

 

Daniel Weltlinger

Of French-Austro-Hungarian-Israeli family background and based in Berlin, the critically acclaimed Australian-born violinist and composer/producer Daniel Weltlinger has long been renowned worldwide for his distinctive sound and improvisational approach in the genres of Gypsy-swing, jazz, klezmer, experimental/free-improvised music and more. 
In this concert her performs with his quartet.

Daniel Weltlinger - violin
Aaron Flower - guitar
Cameron Jones - guitar
Stan Valacos - double bass 

He is frequently in demand as a solo recording/performance artist, often in collaboration with an array of top musicians and ensembles in a variety of different formats, and is highly sought after for his technical and musical mastery on his main instrument. A graduate of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, he has performed and recorded in innumerable major concert halls, theatres, clubs and festivals across Australia, Europe, China, Morocco, Turkey, the US and Israel, and continues to collaborate with a wide range of renowned artists and ensembles including German-Gypsy guitarist and composer Lulo Reinhardt, Berlin based Yiddish singer/actor Karsten Troyke, Polish-Australian chanteur Nadya Golski and her 101 Candles Orchestra, Australian multi-ARIA Award-winning Gyp-rock band Monsieur Camembert, the widely acclaimed Berlin based Turkish-Classical Ensemble Olivinn and Danish bass player Kenneth Dahl Knudsen amongst many others. Weltlinger will perform a selection of repertoire from his highly acclaimed trilogy of recordings - 'Souvenirs' (2011), ‘Koblenz’ (2014) and 'Samoreau' (2017) - 
inspired by the music of the Belgian born Manouche guitarist/composer Django Reinhardt, in a quartet formation comprised of Aaron Flower and Cameron Jones on guitars and Stan Valacos on bass. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tickets

 

Adult @ $39.00

Concession @ $32.00

Package @ $220.00

(Including 2 x Tickets & 1 x Ensuite Double bed accommodation with Breakfast)

 

*Tickets are subject to be allocated on a first-book, first-served basis via the bookings.


*Clarendon Theatre reserves the right to refuse admission. In the event of a dispute, the theatre manager's decision is final.

 

 

 

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Harry Manx

Faith Lift national tour of Australia-February -April 2018

 

Friday, 13th April 2018

Show time @8pm - 10pm

 

 

 

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Blue Mountains Music Festival presents the return of

HARRY MANX (CANADA)

Faith Lift national tour of Australia-February -April 2018

‘Harry’s real skill lays in creating a rare musical place where blues, country, folk and Indian classical music co-exist as some spirit force.’ Downbeat

Canadian multi-instrumentalist Harry Manx returns to his fans in Australia with his newest take on his ‘Blue Meets Ragas’ Explorations. On this 12th tour down under, Harry will perform at the Port Fairy Folk Festival and the Blue Mountains Music Festival in Katoomba as well as sideshows in all major cities and many towns in between.

In his most recent recording, ‘Faith Lift’, Harry incorporates a String Quartet creating cross-cultural music that references and expands both Indian and western music, and shifts the feel and subtext of his unique sound. As Harry says, ‘the strings give my music such an amazing lift, it feels like I have wings’. Sitting centre stage playing drums and guitars, Harry drives the rhythms forward with deep grooves, soulful patterns and spacious tones. Using his 21-stringed mohan veena (Indian slide guitar), a National steel guitar, a banjo, cigar box guitar, his voice, and harmonica to lay down his audible vision, the music carries the audience in a trance-like state. The Lyrics draw from the works of the mystic poets with words of inspiration woven into story lines about everyday people.

Harry ‘s just completed a hugely successful run across Canada with the string quartet, with shows at the Montreal Jazz Festival, the National Theatre in Ottawa, the Koerner Hall in Toronto and the Banff Centre of the Arts.

Harry will be accompanied by his frequent accompanist, Sydney-based pianist Clayton Doley, for many of the dates as well as a string quartet at various festival shows.

A worldwide festival favorite known for his droll humour as well as musical originality, Harry’s 15 albums and ceaseless touring have seen him earn a slew of Maple Leaf, Juno and Canadian Folk Awards, nominations, and accolades from musicians and fans worldwide.

‘Manx is the man who had already married Hindustani music to the blues and created a bastard progeny that weeps in quarter-tones.’…John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald

‘Manx’ goal was always to combine East & West and the performances here show that he has succeeded in forming a seamless whole.’…John Valenteyn, Maple Blues Magazine.

  

Promoter: Bob Charter 0414882355 bob@bmff.org.au

 

 

 

Tickets

Adult @ $55+$4 booking fee

Package @ $230.00

(Including 2 x Tickets & 1 x Ensuite Double bed accommodation with Breakfast)

 

*Tickets are subject to be allocated on a first-book, first-served basis via the bookings.


*Clarendon Theatre reserves the right to refuse admission. In the event of a dispute, the theatre manager's decision is final.

 

 

Contact Us

 

Email: enquiries @clarendonguestjouse.com

Phone:02 4782 1322

 

MARK WILKINSON

Saturday, 5th May 2018

Show time @ 7-10 pm

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MARK WILKINSON

WASTED HOURS WORLD TOUR

 

After a huge year that saw the Sydney singer-songwriter release his self-produced EP “Lost in a Dream" and stage some 100+ shows across the globe, Mark Wilkinson doesn’t look to slow down in 2018 as he unveils his much anticipated full length record "Wasted Hours" (out Feb 9) and returns to the road.

This collection of songs showcases the full dynamic range of Wilkinson's songwriting, from delicate and emotive tracks like "Time Machine" to the more driven and anthemic "Moving On".  What remains ever present though is his captivating vocal and rare ability to engage and connect with an audience.

“He truly has a gift for poetic lyrics...There's a glow of warm around him and a richness to his supreme voice, sending shivers down spines as he pulls you into the soul of him.”

— Hazel Buckley, TheMusic.com.au

It is this connection that has seen Wilkinson sell out shows in over half a dozen countries and propel his music up the charts on two continents.  From busking on the streets of his home town to performing on arena stages alongside enigmatic names like Rodriguez and Brian Wilson, Wilkinson continues to forge his own path and take his music to the world.

Don't miss the chance to catch one of his powerful and moving live performances as he showcases songs from his new album alongside many familiar fan favourites.

 

 

 

Tickets

 

Adult @ $34.00

Package @ $210.00

(Including 2 x Tickets & 1 x Ensuite Double bed accommodation with Breakfast)

 

*Tickets are subject to be allocated on a first-book, first-served basis via the bookings.


*Clarendon Theatre reserves the right to refuse admission. In the event of a dispute, the theatre manager's decision is final.

 

 

Contact Us

Email: enquiries @clarendonguestjouse.com

Phone:02 4782 1322