16 Sep 2018
Spend a jazzy Sunday afternoon at the High Court of Australia with the choral jazz singers of ‘Rhythm Syndicate’ and original jazz sounds of duo ‘In2Deep’. The combined talent of all these musicians promises an afternoon of creativity, toe-tapping music and jazz classics, giving the audience an afternoon to remember.
Rhythm Syndicate will perform a program of toe-tapping jazz and swing classics, including two of his original arrangements – ‘In the Mood’ and ‘Cry Me a River’, as well as ‘Nice Work If You Can Get It’ (the Gershwins), ‘Blue Skies’ (Irving Berlin), ‘I Could Write a Book’ (Rogers & Hart), ‘The Nearness of You’ (Hoagy Carmichael), and many more.
Rhythm Syndicate is a dynamic vocal group of 30 men and women who sing high-energy arrangements of jazz standards, swing classics and high quality popular and gospel songs. Under the musical direction of conductor Camilo Gonzalez, and accompanied by pianist Michael Dooley, the group has been entertaining people for more than 28 years.
Duration 75 minutes.
Photograph courtesy of Peter Hislop.
Admission to this concert is strictly by registration only. Registration opens 16 August 2018.