Tuesday19.November.19

8.00pm

Xyanthe Lee - WAAPA Graduation Recital

Tuesday 19 November 8.00pm

After spending the last four years at WAAPA, I am thrilled to share the stage with some of the most talented and wonderful musicians that I am fortunate enough to call my friends! Featuring arrangements of tunes by the likes of Esperanza Spalding, YEBBA and Ariana Grande as well as original music, I have curated a set that I believe reflects the musician I have grown into over the course of my study.
Bass: Julia Krsanac
Keys: Julian Anderson
Drums: Brad Forbes
Guitar: Keenan Levis
  1. Backing Vocals: Ashka Rhodes, Mira Sertorio, Abby Stevenson
With special guests,
Cello: Georgia Cook
Violin: Nadia Alexander
Acoustic Guitar: Brandon Calder
Trombone: Jonothan Brittain
Alto Saxophone: Thomas Hamilton-Stone
Trumpet: Julia Wallace

**PLEASE NOTE**

All WAAPA Graduation Recitals are ticketed separately. If you wish to attend multiple recitals, please purchase tickets separately for each recital that you wish to attend.

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