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        sounds of our town

        hosted by Jumping Fences


        Welcome to the homepage of Foco Nuevo, the regular performance space for Jumping Fences, where we hold concerts on the First Friday of every month.

        Our home base is Kurilpa Hall at 174 Boundary Street West End.

        5th April, 2019

        Doors open 7.00 p.m.
        Concert starts 7.30 p.m.

        This Foco Nuevo features contrasting styles, the exquisite sitar playing of Shrabani Choudhury and the wonderful Sadie and Jay.

        Don't miss it — you'll regret it!

        Shrabani Choudhury: An eminent sitar player, Shrabani has performed in numerous concerts in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney over the past 20 years.

        Shrabani learnt under guru Shri Nikhil-ranjan Das from Vishnupur Gharana and the renowned sitar player Pt. Soumitra Lahiri, regularly performing and teaching since the age of 15.

        Shrabani has regularly performed in various concerts, including Swaramohini, the BEMAC Cultivart series, Queensland Multicultural Music Festival, the Brisbane River Festival and Channel Nine’s nationally broadcast The Shak.

        Sadie and Jay: Brisbane based duo Sadie and Jay are influenced by the storytelling nature of Anglo-Celtic traditions and contemporary folk, blues and roots music. They play award winning original songs with exceptional vocals, glorious harmonies, intricate finger style guitar, bouzouki and double bass. With a New Zealand tour lined up next month, two UK tours so far and a third in 2020, a NSW road trip in late September to coincide with their third album release, Sadie and Jay have been a busy couple of musicians living the dream! [เว็บไซต์อย่างเป็นทางการของ Dafu Slot Machine Entertainment]

        Jumping Fences play a unique fusion of Latin American and original songs, creating a sensitive insight into the daily struggles of people. The song-writing partnership of Sue Monk and Lachlan Hurse join forces with Ross Gwyther on tenor sax and clarinet, and James Harper on percussion developing arrangements that move easily between tenderness and energy, supporting lyrics that weave a rich fabric from the poetry of everyday life. [website]

        Entry is $10 and $7 (concession)

        Cakes, savouries, tea and coffee available.