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Creative Jazz Club - James Wylie Trio


Wed 26 Jan 2011, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: 1885 Britomart, 27 Galway Street Central, Britomart, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General entry: $10.00
  • Members & students: $7.00
  • Student members: $5.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Gaylene Martin

James Wylie Trio feat. Alex Boneham (AUS) and Reuben Bradley (NZ).

James Wylie - woodwinds
Alex Boneham - acoustic bass
Reuben Bradley - drums

Amazing winds with hints of Fellini and cowboys... Back in NZ from several years living in Boston, James Wylie is a saxophonist/clarinetist involved in microtonal music and active in many styles including improvised music and jazz, contemporary classical and bluegrass. In this project he will present a woodwinds/bass/drums trio exploring a program of new and borrowed compositions and improvisations hinting at themes from Federico Fellini to Hank Williams. Joining him will be award-winning Australian bass player Alex Boneham (Mike Nock, James Muller, Bernie McGann) and Wellington-based drummer and Tui Award finalist Reuben Bradley.

The Creative Jazz Club is a proactive community of musicians and jazz fans (non-musicians) alike, who are committed to furthering the development of quality, improvised music in NZ. With its move to 1885, CJC is developing its programming of national and international artists, creating a unique performance space in Auckland for high calibre jazz artists and pianists to perform.

CJC membership:
As a CJC member, you get the chance to support and be a part of the community’s growth, and the opportunity to perform as part of its creative program.

Other member benefits include a discounted entrance fee on the door, a discount on selected wine and beer on the bar and on two food items on CJC club nights. There is also the chance to go into the draw for a weekly prize of new jazz CDs, and when available, members will also have the opportunity to win jazz concert tickets.

Membership is $40 a year. CJC is a non profit organisation and revenue goes back into CJC. CJC was founded and is run by Roger Manins, Mark Robinson and Carolina Moon with Ben McNicoll joining the team as Mark recently moved to Australia.

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