$15 per person ENQUIRIES email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 8388 3725
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NEXT 'LIVE IN THE BIG ROOM' SESSION
FEBRUARY 22nd 2015
OPEN - 1:00 - 5:00PM
ENTERTAINMENT - Between 2:00 - 4:00pm
ENTRY - All Tickets $15
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL - Limited tickets available
Cabaret Style - Allocated Seating
Ph: 8388 3725 E: email@example.com
Licenced Event - NO BYO - Thank You
Tin Can Alley
Whether your taste in acoustic music is exotic or just plain bad taste, Jacqy and Cliff Stoddart's Tin Can Alley has it covered. Be it a Hindi song about a large tomato or "The Hangman's Boogie" or something to smooch to, take a drive on a sunny summer's arvo on February 22nd at the gorgeous Cheese Factory just out of Meadows and you will be delighted, with a smattering of surprise guests thrown into the mix.
Cheese Factory Sessions 'Live in the Big Room' supported by:
February 28th - 2015
AT THE EDGE - Annual Fringe Event
Tickets $23 through FringeTIX OR $25 At the Door
Doors Open 6:30pm
LIMITED TICKET SALES! to avoid disappointment
Our Sessions Bar will be serving local wine,
beer, cider, juice and soft drinks...
Also available - Yummy light meals,
Wraps with mixed fillings
Spring Rolls & Samosas
Lots of cakes
Tea and great coffee!
At The Edge - Supported by...
March 19th 2015
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
Doors open at 7pm for 7:30pm start
The musical partnership between Alasdair Fraser, long regarded as Scotland’s premier fiddle ambassador, and the highly talented young Californian cellist Natalie Haas has been one of the most exciting developments in Scottish traditional Music. Alasdair has been at the top of Scottish fiddle league for more than 30 years with a long list of awards, accolades, television credits, and feature movie soundtracks (Last of the Mohicans, Titanic). His musical partnership with Natalie, a graduate of the Juilliard School of Music, is the fulfilment of a long-standing musical dream for Fraser, whose cutting-edge musical explorations took him full circle to find a cellist who could help him return the cello to its historical role at the rhythmic heart of Scottish dance music.
You can see Alasdair & Natalie here
In concert with fiddle and piano duo, Catherine Fraser and Duncan Smith
Scots fiddle and piano duo Catherine Fraser and Duncan Smith are highly regarded as consummate performers, displaying both technical mastery and emotional sensibility. In demand internationally for recitals and workshops, this collaborative duo present the music of Fraser’s heritage with finesse and integrity, breathing fresh life into a repertoire that spans over three hundred years. From the raw vulnerability of Gaelic airs, to the foot-stomping passion of dance tunes, these educated musicians will take you on a journey that is far beyond the mere notes.
“This duo make a powerful team” The Living Tradition Magazine, UK
“ (Their music) grabs you from the first long note and never lets go….beautiful music…played magnificently.” Strings Magazine, USA
April 12th 2015
Open 1pm for 2pm start
Bookings required, payment on the day
Down From The Mountain
Hailing from the Adelaide Hills, 'Down From The Mountain' is a new and exciting five piece a Capella choir delving into the current roots revival movement.
Formed less than two years ago, 'Down From The Mountain's main emphasis is to bring original work and distinctive arrangements to a genre not normally associated with a Capella music.
Alt Country inspiration with Gospel and folk melodies. They have successfully forged their own innovative sound, having created their own material. Keep an ear out for their title tracks 'Hillside Home', 'I Don't Believe' and 'Freight Train'. They have also explored artist's such as Feist, Bon Iver, Alison Krauss, Paul Kelly and Robyn.
Down From The Mountain have been performing around various venues throughout Adelaide and it's regions. They have a deep, rich sound sitting right in the heart of folk and country and light years away from Doo-Wop!
‘Down From The Mountain’ are...
Soprano Tamsar Bellette and Nikki Doube
Alto Jennie Howe and Wren Heggart
Bass Tim Bodman
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Chester Winchester's music harks back to the acoustic folk movement of the 60s and dips into the blues for pizzazz. Add to this one singer/songwriter twist and you've got an edgy Bob Dylan vibe with a Vance Joy vogue. Who doesn't love The Smiths, Rodriguez? Chester Winchester pairs beautiful lyricisms with listenability.
Dates, times and more info coming soon...
To Be Confirmed
July & August 2015
CLOSED for Sessions
Our drumming workshop will go ahead on the third Saturday
The Fiddle Chicks
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
To be confirmed
* The Cheese Factory reserves the right to change performances, performance dates
and entry fees when required.
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