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Volare Perform Lush Harmony in Cathedral Square


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Volare Perform Lush Harmony in Cathedral Square

FREE Friday Lunchtime concert, Friday March 21st , Cathedral Square, 12.15pm to 1.15pm

For swinging jazz sandwiched between layers of lush vocal harmony join Volare this Friday in Cathedral Square from 12.15 to 1.15pm

Elizabeth Braggins, Nicki Reece and Susan De Jong are well known musical personalities. Elizabeth is known nationwide for her piano, vocal and composition work, and has recently released an acclaimed self titled CD. Nicki has performed with most of Christchurch's finest jazz musicians and has appeared at major festivals and events all over the South Island. Susan has chalked up 15 years performing in Australia, the USA and Thailand with Big Bands, small combos and jazz choirs.

Volare cover classics from The Andrews Sisters, Peggy Lee, and Dean Martin through to Manhattan Transfer and the Doors, and their performance promises tight harmonies and a unique jazz style as smooth as silk.

For more information contact Beatrice Cheer, PR and Promotions Coordinator Events, Christchurch City Council Leisure on 941 8495 or 025 86 88 71

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