Seductive Brazilian music played at folk club
The music of the bossa nova, the samba, the carnival chants and other seductive music of Brazil will be heard at the Troubadour Folk Club this month.
Duo Salleh and Strazz will feature at the Club, which will meet this month at the Everglades Country Club.
"Lovers of good music may know Anna Salleh from her long-standing residency at Sydney's Foundry 616 jazz club," said Troubadour president, Mr Michael Fine.
"Her five-piece band has often featured award-winning guitarist, composer and recording artist, Guy Strazz.
"Guy is currently director of guitar at the Gosford Conservatorium.
"Anna and Guy have teamed up to present delicate and powerful duo interpretations of repertoire from Brazil and beyond," Mr Fine said.
The program will include other local and visiting performers, including Pearl Beach scholarship and Bouddi Foundation grant recipient guitarist Min Ahn.
The club will meet in the Everglades Country Club's Starlight Room from 7pm on Saturday, September 15.
Media release, 27 Aug 2018
Michael Fine, Troubadour Folk Club
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