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Jazz Vespers for Art Deco Weekend

When:

Sun 19 Feb 2017, 7:00pm–8:00pm

Where: Trinity Methodist Church, 32 Clive Square East, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: frtony

Trinity Methodist Church’s summer season of Jazz Vespers continues. Each month the hour-long Vespers uses Jazz Music to explore spirituality alongside short reflections and prayer. Jazz is not only as played at Vespers as performance art, but as a spiritual music.

Jazz Vespers for Art Deco Weekend - 19 February:
The music will be led by Georgia Duder-wood. Georgia is a vocal artist with decades of performance experience in many genres of song. With a passion for where music and spirituality meet, she is the founder and director of the Conscious Music Collective.

Her work has also included international musical theatre, longstanding Auckland musical residencies in jazz and soul, guest artist in cabaret and concerts, specialist for recording and session work. Georgia performed for our 2016 Jazz Vespers for Art Deco Weekend to a full church and an appreciative audience - we are sure your spirit will soar with her soul-filled music this year too!

Donations are invited at the Vespers to support the Methodist Church’s objective of “Let the children live”. Each summer the Vespers raises around $1,600 to $2,000 for the local community groups such as Napier Women's Refuge, Napier Family Centre and Hawkes Bay Diabetes for their work in the area of youth health and safety.

For this special Art Deco Jazz Vespers - we suggest a koha of $10 adult / $5 child; however this is voluntary. The musicians donate their time for this event.

Jazz Vespers contains elements of a concert and a worship service; offering opportunity for reflection through the notes of music and verse.

Jazz is a particularly effective resource for building inclusive community. Anyone can participate in making jazz. Even the most casual observer makes music when tapping or clapping spontaneously along with the beat.

Jazz is this infectious. It blurs the lines of listener and player and draws everyone deeper into its contours. Jazz sounds like God because jazz reflects God’s way of blurring lines. It draws people closer to God and to one another.

Improvisation captures an always-growing faith. Jazz has many entry points. Entering into the music at any time and in whatever way is a vision for life together in community. Jazz finds its home in this church setting both for those who appreciate jazz for its own sake, but also those who feel its spirituality.

The current Summer Season runs from Labour Weekend Sunday and will continue on the 3rd Sunday of each month through to April 2017.

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