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Alex Parkinson - WAAPA Jazz Recital

Monday 20 November 7.00pm

After 4 Years spent mastering his craft at the WA Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), Alex Parkinson welcomes you to join him in what will truly be an epic night, as he showcases all that he has learnt (well, probably just the good parts) so far in his career as a Perth musician.
Being heavily influenced by a wide range of music, Alex will be presenting a diverse recital of Jazz music, from the likes of Dave Holland, to Art Blakey, and even a 6-Trombone feature as a dedication to the awesomeness of the godly, yet under-rated, instrument – but more a dedication to one of his Trombone idols, Michael Davis.
Culminating all the music he loves, it will be with great anticipation that Alex presents this recital, and hopes you will join him in his “tip of the hat”/ farewell to the institution that helped him develop into the musician he is today.
The Band:
Alex Parkinson: Trombone
Daniel Khaimov: Saxophone
Tim Voutas: Piano
Kane Shaw: Bass
Oliver Rundin: Drums
Also some special guest artists, but it’s a surprise so you’ll have to come along to find out who they are!

Tickets can be purchased in the following way:

$5 at the bar (standing) per recital – Book Bar – This Recital Only

$10 at the table (seated) per recital – Book Table – This Recital Only

Tickets for the entire night will also be available

$20 at the bar (standing) for the entire night  – Book Bar – Entire Night

$25 at the table (seated) for the entire night – Book Table – Entire Night

If a show is not sold out, then patrons are welcome to stay for the following recital without purchasing another bar ticket, however the tables will always turn over after each recital (unless you have purchased a ticket for the entire night, then you can retain the same table all night).

Visit Alex Parkinson - WAAPA Jazz Recital on:

General Admission refers to patrons who have not purchased a membership.

Jazz Standard / Student applies to patrons who have purchased a Jazz Standard Membership and show this card on entry or to students who show their student card on entry.

Duke Duchess applies to those who have purchased a Duke/Duchess membership and show this card on entry.

Table restricted view refers to a few table places which have sight line issues across the grand piano, but allow seated table entry.

More detail about memberships can be found here.

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