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8pm Mondays - See below for what's up next.

Original jazz and improvised music every Monday Night.  Intimate, personal, revealing.  Come listen to sinful musicians confess all. 😉 

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Or for more info INSTAGRAM.

Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm first set and 9pm second set.

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8pm Monday 29nd July

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8pm Fri 2nd Aug

Don't miss Nate Wood improvise with multiple instruments at once in this intimate setting! The Grammy Nominated multi-instrumentalist has created a project that is a truly ambitious take on going solo. Analog synths, drums, bass, guitar and vocals —at the same time! As well, he’s recording every song in one pass with no overdubs, click track or pre-recorded backing tracks.  “That’s why it’s called fOUR, because it’s Nate's four limbs playing four instruments.” fOUR veers from complex, space-y prog rock to electronic-tinged instrumentals YOUTUBE.  The night will be opened by Brisbane duo STAC (Steve Newcomb & Isaac Cavallaro): a highly improvised, cinematically powered, electronically saturated journey though a matrix of original songs and re-mixes. 

Doors open at 7.30pm.   

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7pm Sat 3rd Aug

Three unique musicians share their stories and songs in the intimate settings of Church St Studios. This evening will be curated for each musician to share their songs and collaborate with one another as the evening unfolds.  Emily-Rose Sharkova is one of Australia’s most vivacious musical chameleons. Compared to the likes of Norah Jones and Joni Mitchell. Jono B Smith is a songwriter from sunny-ole Newcastle. He writes with a mishmash of different styles and his songs range from intense and heartfelt to easy-going and comedic. Laura Altman is based on Gadigal Country, Sydney, where she weaves her way through the improvised, exploratory and folk music scenes with her intuitive clarinet playing, free improvising, and compositions

Doors open at 6.30pm.   

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7.30pm Sat 17th Aug

Spectra Jazz Orchestra is an initiative for young women and gender diverse musicians which builds a bridge between music education on the secondary and tertiary levels, into the professional music world. As the wider jazz community consists predominantly of male musicians, Spectra also empowers and creates a supportive space for its members to grow as musicians. They play a fun and diverse range of jazz and jazz-adjacent works, with an emphasis on adventurous Australian music. At this performance they’ll be bringing you 2 sets of vibrant works by mostly Australian composers, including works by band members, as well as some familiar favourites. 

Doors open at 7pm.   

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2pm Sun 18th Aug

Soirees, Stories and Songs is a musical journey by the very cool Sandie White as she attempts to summarise her rich musical life of 70 years with significant songs and colourful stories accompanied by her fabulous musicians, Kevin Hunt, Peter Locke, Eric Ajaye and Jim Piesse with special guest Charlie Chech and a fabulous surprise guest. To find out who, you have to be there...   This event is a live recording of two one hour sets where you all become recording artists for the afternoon. A two hour exploration of delicious jazz from the Great American Songbook, a joyful celebration of songs and memories by one of the most influential jazz singers in Australia.

Doors open at 1.30pm.   

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7.30pm Sun 18th Aug

Pansuri features Blair Greenberg on handpan, Paul Chenard on sax/flute and Maharshi Raval on tabla.
 

The music is an original fusion of influences from around the world including Indian, African and jazz, based around the beautiful sound of the handpan played by Blair Greenberg. Originally from Canada, Paul Chenard is a highly regarded sax player and special guest Maharshi Raval is a tabla virtuoso in the North Indian tradition. Not to be missed.

 

Doors open at 7pm.   

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8pm Fri & Sat 23rd & 24th Aug

FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY - Friday and Saturday!  From hidden treasures to secret characters, SIDE QUESTS are the best part of a game.  Somnus Quintet returns to showcase an exciting night of Genshin Impact, Frieren and other incredible soundtrack music! Somnus Quintet (2 violins, viola, cello and piano) is a Sydney-based chamber group consisting of 5 friends who share a love for music from various cultures. We love collaborating with emerging Sydney-based artists to bring our music to life! SIDE QUEST is presented in collaboration with our guest flautist Siobhan Zhang and guest guitarist Eric Tsai. Join us for a magical journey and enjoy our original renditions of your favourite soundtracks!  Drinks and snacks are available to buy before the show and during intermission!

 

Doors open at 7pm.   

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5:30pm Sat 31th Aug

The Dynamic Duo from Australia bringing abundant sonic bliss to the world...

Percival Stack has landed on planet Earth featuring Darren Percival on Throat and Loops with Phil Stack on Double Bass and Vocals.  Percival Stack create interpretations of classic songs arranged for Double Bass and The Human Voice. Their live performance feature original music from their individual bodies of work and recently composed music created together.

Watch their recent YOUTUBE clip

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Doors open at 5:15pm.   

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8pm Sat 31th Aug

The Dynamic Duo from Australia bringing abundant sonic bliss to the world...

Percival Stack has landed on planet Earth featuring Darren Percival on Throat and Loops with Phil Stack on Double Bass and Vocals.  Percival Stack create interpretations of classic songs arranged for Double Bass and The Human Voice. Their live performance feature original music from their individual bodies of work and recently composed music created together.

Watch their recent YOUTUBE clip

Percival Stack ~ Down To The Nightclub

Tickets here

Doors open at 7.45pm.   

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Snack Food

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Plan your trip...

Church Street Studios are not licenced nor serve food. 

(We're all about the music)
So here are some ideas for pre & post concert sustenance: 

Restaurants and pubs nearby

Alcohol can be brought into the venue but we prefer food consumed off site.

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