Wayne Kelly Trio The Yearning Part 3

$20.00

29th July at 6:30pm

The first two parts of this concert series have led us to this concert.  The meeting of minds as encapsulated in Jazz and Blues, then arranged and added to by Wayne Kelly.

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This is the last of a three part series developed by Wayne Kelly for these tough times.  The journey continues.  Though each part of this concert can stand alone the grand plan is to go through the journey attending each of the individual parts.

It’s all about a journey, not just Wayne’s, the Trio’s, or ours, but for everyone going through life, through Covid and looking to the future – a meaningful future.

As Wayne puts it – we are all yearning for a place to be – a place where we are consoled, comforted, loved, understood, a place in our heart where we are accepted for being ourselves.

He has tailored the true jazz classics and written some new material to highlight all the different stages ending with some tunes of hope.

He doesn’t do it alone. All the works are played by the Master and his hand chosen team.

Wayne on piano

Wayne Kelly has been a professional musician for over 30 years and has played or recorded with notable musicians including Wynton Marsalis, James Morrison, Dale Barlow, Andrew Speight, Don Burrows, Roy Hargrove, Walter Blanding, Marcus Printup, Andrew Dickeson and Eric Alexander. Wayne plays as a solo jazz piano player, duo his own trio and with larger ensembles up to Big Band. He has performed overseas for a number of years including residencies at the Venetian Resort in Macao; the Park Hyatt and the Peninsula Hotel in Shanghai; and CJW in Beijing. Wayne has a Graduate Diploma in Jazz Studies from the Australian National University. Over 6 years The Wayne Kelly trio has a residency at Australia’s iconic café, Tilley’s.

Chris on Double Bass

Hailing from Canberra, Chris Pound has played with a diverse range of Australian and international artists in the fields of jazz and beyond. Since graduating from the Australian National University in 2009, he has lived and played in the USA, England, Poland, Cyprus and Ireland. His musical influences span contemporary genres of jazz, indie and EDM, as well as classic jazz artists from the 40s, 50s and 60s. His improvisational style honours the tradition and spirit of jazz whilst incorporating a healthy dose of spontaneity and rebelliousness

Chris on Drums

Chris Thwaite plays the tune, respects the tune and above all doesn’t try to dominate with the sticks, cymbals and brushes.

Where: Artist’s Shed: 88 Wollongong Street
When: Thursday 29th July 2021
Time: 6.30pm
Tickets: $20.00