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$20 +bf pre, $25 door| 7pm doors, 8pm show

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All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)
Fully licensed – NO BYO. Delicious food (including pizza!) available. 

Matt McMahon and Carl Dewhurst are two musicians who have played together on countless recordings and performances and it’s only fitting that they should combine to record a new duo album "Trapeze For Two Atoms". Come and hear them perform music from this exciting new album as they play improvisations, original tunes, jazz standards, traditional Irish tunes and lots more!

When two of Australia’s most acclaimed jazz musicians came together for their first dedicated duo performance, in a remote bush location, neither anticipated that it would lead them to a new project based on the pure love of playing. Guitarist Carl Dewhurst and pianist Matt McMahon have played together in countless live performances, projects and recordings for over 20 years –with Band of Five Names, Daorum, Trace Sphere, Phil Slater and Vince Jones to name a few - but they had never collaborated on something of their own.

When Carl’s first guitar teacher, John Cowan, now retired to the NSW south coast, invited the pair to perform as part of the burgeoning home concert scene, they jumped at the opportunity. That first gig was at the Nerrigundah Town Hall, an isolated, corrugated iron building nestled in the dense bushland of the south coast hinterland. Curious as to who, if anyone, would come to such a remote location, the pair was soon overwhelmed by a packed crowd who became a rapt audience to this intimate set of standards, originals, traditional Irish tunes and free improvisation. This set formed the basis of future performances together, and their new recording, ‘Trapeze for Two Atoms’.