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Voxnova Concert


Sun 29 Nov 2015, 5:15pm–7:30pm

Where: Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Standard: $30.00
  • Concession: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Join us at the Pah Homestead for an acoustic jazz concert that will get you swaying in your seats.

Voxnova: Gypsy & Latin Jazz Concert Band return to the Pah Homestead after their previous sell-out concert earlier this year. Enjoy their rare for New Zealand, EuroJazz sound, with a repertoire that spans in time from 1890 till 2000 and includes rare gems from South America, till 2000 Gypsy Kings and Bueno Vista Social Club classics.

Voxnova was founded in 1995 by percussionist Alan MacDonald to celebrate Latin and Gypsy jazz and has been enriched by members from all over the globe including France, England, Indonesia, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Columbia, Brazil, and Scotland and of course New Zealand. Each member has left a legacy that Voxnova have built on, blending Latin, Cuban, Brazilian, and Manouche (French Gypsy) genres.

Tickets Standard: $30 / Concession: $15 - children (18 years and under), students and senior citizens (with appropriate ID).

Booking Tickets To book tickets follow the Ticket Bookings link and fill out the booking form at the bottom of the page. Vonxnova will then issue your tickets via email directly.

Duration 5:30-7:30pm (with an intermission)

Alan MacDonald from Scotland, (founder/ percussionist) founded the band in 1997. Instruments include: Traditional cajón box-drum orignially from Perú, as well as Cuban and modern jazz instruments.

Chico Zarate from Columbia, (Latin guitar/and 12 string Cuban tipele/vocals). Chico has travelled the world performing, in particular in France, Italy and Spain before settling in New Zealand, where he played a prominent role in the world class recording band, Kantuta.

Dave Peachey from Aotearoa, (Manouche guitar). Dave’s life-long interest in acoustic jazz accelerated when introduced to Manouche by Paris born Jean Pierre Druinaud in Auckland.

James Sneyd from Dunedin (jazz violin). James’ musical interests have spanned jazz, rock, blues and folk violin in New York City, Los Angeles and Detroit, before returning to where he performed with,Charanga Amadeus, The Jews Brothers, Club Manouche, Beyondsemble and now Voxnova.

Alberto Santarelli from Italy (double bass). Alberto started out as a jazz bassist in Italy before joining cruise ships in Latin America. He went on to become an orchestra musician, performing with APO and is well known in the jazz scene in New Zealand.

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