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    Salamanca Jazz in June

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    'Salamanca Jazz' is Live in the Founders Room on Woobys Lane, with an enchanting evening as Charlie McCarthy brings the music of the legendary Stéphane Grappelli to life.
    Experience the magic of jazz violin with classics and hidden gems that celebrate Grappelli's legacy.
    Don't miss this unique tribute!

    Saturday 22nd June 2024
    Doors & bar open at 7pm
    Music from 7:30pm 

    The Founders Room on Woobys Lane
    Salamanca Arts Centre 

    Prepare for a captivating musical journey as Charlie McCarthy plus his trio, pay homage to the iconic Stéphane Grappelli in a special concert dedicated to the jazz violin maestro. Grappelli, known for his virtuosity and lyrical improvisation, co-founded the Quintette du Hot Club de France and left an indelible mark on the world of jazz. Charlie McCarthy, a renowned violinist in his own right, will bring Grappelli's timeless compositions and beloved standards to life, weaving through a tapestry of melodies that showcase the brilliance and elegance of Grappelli's music.
    Joining Charlie on fiddle, are David Keating and David Squires on guitars, and Isaac Gee on double bass.
    Join us for an unforgettable evening filled with soulful interpretations, vibrant rhythms, and a celebration of jazz's rich heritage.

    This is a tribute you won't want to miss!

    Doors & Bar open at 7pm

    Music begins at 7.30pm
    The Founders Room on Woobys Lane
    Salamanca Arts Centre

    Please note that the Courtyard Lift is NOT Operating.  

    Salamanca Arts Centre understands that this will cause great inconvenience to some people, and we are awaiting an update from the Dept Natural Resources and Energy as to when the Lift will be operating again.
    Until the Lift is repaired, please enter via the stairs off Wooby's lane.

    Tickets are only $27 ea +BF, or buy two tix for $50 +BF, or buy four tix for only $88 +BF.


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