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Come to Brazil! Georgie Aué

Event Start Date & TIme: August 4, 2024 18:00

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4 August 2024 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm Ellington Jazz Club

Doors 5pm
Show 6pm

Latin American rhythms, sweet jazz harmonies and a whole lotta groove, get to the Ellington Jazz Club to hear classic tunes by Brazilian superstar artists such as Antonio Carlos Jobim, Joao Gilberto, Sergio Mendes, Elis Regina and Djavan!

You might even hear some classic pop songs, turned into sambas and capoerias! Be whisked away to the 60s by a gentle bossa nova and then get grooving in your seat (or on your feet!) to the infectious rhythms of Brazil. Also be treated to some original songs from Georgie’s latest album – Desert Cry.


Georgie Aué – vocals/piano

Tom Greble – saxophone

Kristian Borring – guitar

Zac Grafton – bass

Alex Reid – drums

Georgie Aué (pron.A-way) is a genre-blending Australian pianist, vocalist, and songwriter. Her unique sound is a melting pot of styles – fusing jazz and blues with Brazilian jazz.

She’s performed at festivals around the country including the Adelaide Fringe Festival and Cabaret Fringe Festival playing to sell-out audiences with shows ‘A Norah Jones Tribute’, ‘A Day In The Life – The Beatles’ and ‘Come to Brazil’. She has recently released her third album featuring Brazilian grooves and original songs – Desert Cry.

“Elegant costuming and a beautiful setting wowed the audience, but it was the sterling performance of Georgie Aué which made the night so unforgettable. The band played with ease and you can’t help but admire Georgie Aué’s beautiful voice, complemented by her skills as a pianist.” – 5 stars, What’s On In Adelaide

“Georgie is able to capture the essence of these songs and has made them both a tribute and a demonstration of her own talent. An elegant, mellow, soulful night of fine songs and excellent musicianship.” – 4 stars, The Clothesline

‘…there was plenty to admire in the phrasing of Aué’s vocals, her light touch at the keyboard…a sterling performance’. – S Evans, Independent Weekly

Georgie Aué