Cilla Jane and Carolyn Oates, Renelophus and Joshua Seymour (arvo) Guitar Kingdom [residency] with Paul Carey and Julian Scheffer duo, Huachanco World Fusion Band with Pablo Rivas, Los Lopes

When

1:00 pmSaturday, 12 October

Where

Open Studio

204 High Street, Northcote 3070

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Cilla Jane is a Sydney based in singer-songwriter, originally hailing from Melbourne. Early in the year she released her 5th studio album, 'Happy Hour’. With influences such as Nick Cave and Tori Amos, Cilla’s music has now evolved into her own unique blend of indie piano-driven pop. Melbourne based Acoustic pop songstress Carolyn Oates will play the opening set at midday. https://cillajane.bandcamp.com/releases

Renelophus Comprised of unique musical individuals, Renelophus is a result of a fusion of eras, styles, and influences. With throwbacks to the 90s and a mixture of hip hop; alternative; jazz; rock and world music; each song is entirely different to the next. The Mountain Fresh from releasing The Blue Dot EP, they will be bringing their original songs to you in the intimate Open Studio - stripped. Gentle nylon guitar. Shapely shakers. Tender trumpets. Bodacious basses.

Guitar Kingdom at Open Studio  every third Sunday of the month from 5.30pm this month featuring Paul Carey and Julian Scheffer duo Rose de La Montaña is a fingerstyle guitarist with a love for solo Latin American guitar music, where classical and popular guitar styles meet. Also a bandleader, songwriter, arranger, and educator, Rose's devotion to the guitar started from a young age and has continued into tertiary level education, where she has completed a Masters in Music Performance degree (2018). 

Join us in the iconic setting of the beautiful Open Studio for a very special night of celebrating music with a Latin Undertone! Three bands will share the stage and bring a diverse range of tunes from various Spanish and South American influence. Huanchaco is a World Fusion band with an aim to create a collective celebration of culture, expression and revolution through music and spoken word

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