No tickets needed. Admission is FREE!
Hosted at the Whistling Sisters Brewery & Fermentery, on the corner of corner of Ghuznee & Taranaki St.
Our exciting line-up features soulful Wellington musicians, who each have their own style and taste and all exude strength and extraordinary talent. We're proud to welcome them to the family!
Anita Schwabe is a professional jazz musician and teacher and has performed with her own groups or with other jazz combos at all major NZ festivals and has also performed at the Vanuatu jazz festival and in New Caledonia.
She has composed hundreds of tunes, many of which have been recorded by New Zealand Radio and by prominent New Zealand musicians. Five of her original compositions were published in the “Kiwi Real Book”, a collection of 140 songs by 39 New Zealand composers curated by New Zealand pianists Phil Broadhurst and John Key.
Join Anita for an afternoon of original jazz and swinging sounds at Whistling Sisters.
Lauren and Alexander specialise in jazz and pop songs from the 1920's through the the 1950's. Joining them for this performance will be Christopher Yeabsley on organ.
VICTORIA FERRY - FERRY, LIKE THE BOAT
'Ferry, like the Boat' is a newly formed trio featuring Victoria Ferry on lead vocals and guitar, with Fraser Walker on keys and Luther Hunt on drums and backup vocals. Bringing Ferry’s music to a wider pallet, the band explores songs written from her folk/jazz inspired youth through to newer soul-folk material.
Vocal duo Lynley Christoffersen & Jade Eru bring their unique blend of strong, sweet harmonies that introduces you to The Tempests.
Jade and Lynley have worked together for many years and have lent their backing vocals to projects, such as The Wellington Heads, Hitchcock Railway, Pip Paynes Gospel Project, Darren Watson and Chicago smoke shop, DCM Fundraising gigs and more.
The Tempests - two voices one sound , team up with fellow musicians Chris Armour (guitar), Miklin Halstead (bass) and Richard Te One (drums) with music rooted in country, gospel and soul, they interpret songs that evoke and uplift.