CHUTNEY - LIVEattheGALLERY
at Gang Gang Gallery
Sunday, 11 July 2021 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM + Add to calendar11/07/2021 16:3011/07/2021 18:30Australia/SydneyCHUTNEY - LIVEattheGALLERYCHUTNEY - LIVEattheGALLERY Sunday, 11 July 2021 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Sharon Howard XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Address Gang Gang Gallery 206 Main Street Lithgow NSW 2790 Australia Opposite Queen Elizabeth Park Parking at rear Via James Street Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/72uxq/chutney__liveatthegallery.aspxGang Gang Gallery
206 Main Street
Lithgow NSW 2790
NSW DINE AND DISCOVER VOUCHER - Vouchers must be presented to the Gallery prior June 30 to be validated
| * Includes Sticky Tickets booking fee.|
** Ticket prices may vary slightly based on the payment method selected at checkout.
NSW DINE AND DISCOVER VOUCHERS ARE NOW ACCEPTED AT GANG GANG GALLERY
NOTE; Vouchers must be presented or sent to the gallery prior to June 30 to be validated
THE ELECTRIK KLEZMER KARAVAN TOUR
"Sydney's Kings of Klezmer Fusion"
CHUTNEY is joined by Ilan Kidron (lead singer of The Potbelleez, Glassbreakers) for an unforgettable afternoon of passionate music making that will have you swooning in your seats and dancing in your pants!
Drawing on their Eastern European and Middle Eastern heritage, CHUTNEY presents a hot and spicy mix of original compositions and modern twists on traditional dance tunes. The band's onstage chemistry is electric as they playfully traverse gypsy jazz to tango, folk to rock, classical to funk, east to west.
Ilan Kidron is a multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter and Australian music icon. He has written for Rita Ora, Jessica Mauboy and many more, and his discography has over a billion streams.
With generous helpings of violin schmaltz, blisteringly fast solos, driving rhythms, toe tapping classics and brand new songs, this show will leave you buzzing for weeks!
CHUTNEY is one of the most exciting klezmer/gypsy bands to appear on the scene for many years. Fantastic and dynamic arrangements, brilliant musicianship - and that all important joie de vivre - makes them a must-see experience for both lovers of Eastern European music as well as the totally uninitiated!" - Yaron Hallis, 3 x ARIA winning Monsieur Camembert frontman