Jazz in The Gallery Saturday 1st June
Announcing this years Jazz in the Gallery Dinner with be Catherine Summers.
Come and get lost in the magic of Paris with an incredible authentic evening of french classics, jazz greats and Parisian charm. The show features songs such as Ella Fitzgerald’s ‘April In Paris’, Edith Piaf’s ‘Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien’ and many more, all weaved around a rich musical history of love and Paris in the 30s.
A Summers Night in Paris with Cathrine Summers Trio (PERTH)
- Edith Piaf and many more French Classics
- Dinner & Show Package $165pp
- French inspired 3 course menu with canapés on arrival
- Marchand and Burch Wines included
- Unique setting within one of the South West’s most beautiful art galleries ‘The Studio Gallery’
SATURDAY JUNE 1st
PRE DINNER DRINKS and CANAPAS AT 6PM FOR A 6.30PM DINNER
SHOWTIME (SHOW DURATION IS 7.30PM-9.30PM)
Step into a Parisian jazz-club evening dinner & show with vocalist Cathrine Summers and her Trio, set within the spectacular Art Gallery of Studio Bistro, an incredible three times Gold Plate winning vibrant arts dining venue that combines continental style cuisine with a warm intimate atmosphere.
Come and get lost in the magic of Paris with an incredible authentic evening of French classics, jazz greats, amazing internationally performers. Expect to hear songs such as Ella Fitzgerald’s ‘April in Paris’, Edith Piaf’s ‘Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien’ and many more, all weaved around a rich musical history of love and Paris in the 30s.
Enjoy a celebration of the wonderful Edith Piaf, Cole Porter, Charles Trenet, Josephine Baker and Parisian Cabaret eras in this Fringe Festival sell-out show with Cathrine and her Trio.
The celebrated international Perth-based singer, known for her incredible accent or, to the French, for not having an accent has an engaging ‘instantly familiar’ onstage persona. This, coupled with her rich honeyed voice will draw you in and leave you wanting more.
The UK-born artist spent much of her time living and holidaying in France where she fostered a love of the French language and a deep appreciation of the countries passionate history and romanticism and shares much of this love in this warming toe-tapping evening.
“With incredible vocal range, tender sense of comedy and comforting warm stage presence, it is as if the audience has known her for years. Cole Porter, once said, ‘I wanted every kind of love that was available, but I could never find them in the same person.’ Yet in the beautiful and talented Cotton Club singer, all these forms of love seem to coalesce.” Perri Watson