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Jazz and Latin Beats This Week

15 July 2005

Jazz and Latin Beats This Week

Bar Comida: ph 521 7000 - Monday evenings 25th July (7-10pm) Catch the charismatic Maximiliano with his mix of Brazilian beats.

Mecca: ph 528 0017 - Tuesday evenings 26th July (7- 10pm) Kip Tipuna entertains with his music influenced by acoustic jazz, Latin and country.

Ristorante Andrea: ph 528 5398 - Wednesday evenings 27th July (7- 10pm) Check out this midweek session with Ernie Semu and his range of eclectic beats.

Capri: ph 521 189 8 - Thursday evenings 28th July (7-10pm) Enjoy the sultry sounds of Sasha and his Flamenco guitar.

De Fontein: ph 578 3327 - Sunday afternoons 31st July (3-6pm) Relax to the Chris Melville Duo, delivering a blend of light pop, acoustic guitar and vocals or listen to the soulful tunes of Devine every alternate Sunday

Riva Café: ph 528 8566 - Sunday afternoons 31st July (4-7pm) Lazy Sunday afternoons with The Bel Bossa Duo, the best of Brazilian Bossa Nova!

Reef Bar: ph 521 9006 - Sunday evenings 31st July (6-9pm) The internationally acclaimed Patrick Dwyer teams up with much the admired percussionist, Mariano Mazzeo to provide dynamic Latin rhythmic grooves.

ENDS

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