188 High Street, Kew
Music at the Court House is a monthly music series which runs on the third Sunday of every month from March to November, held at the Just Theatre in the historic surrounds of the Kew Court House.
Ticket prices are $28 full and $23 concession (plus booking fee), and can be purchased online or by calling 8683 5500 during business hours.
All tickets attract a 30 cent booking fee. Phone bookings attract an additional $3 service fee.
In 2013, we are proud to make a set ticket subscription package available for the Music at the Court House series. These subscription packages give fans of the series the opportunity to book for multiple concerts at a discounted rate.
Other benefits to subscribers are:
- reserved seating to all concerts booked under this subscription
- the opportunity to receive double passes and exclusive discounts to future programmed events at the Kew Court House.
3 concert subscription – receive a 15% discount
This subscription package allows you to pre-book up to three concerts in the 2013 program and receive a 15% discount off the total ticket purchase.
4 concert subscription – receive a 18% discount
This subscription package allows you to pre- book up to four concerts in the 2013 program and receive a 18% discount off the total ticket purchase.
To purchase a subscription package simply download and fill out an application and payment form.
For further enquires email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Arts and Culture on 9278 4770.
Sunday 21 July, 2pm
The Emma Gilmartin Quartet
Emma Gilmartin (vocals), James Sherlock (guitar), Ben Robertson (double bass) and Dave Beck (drums)
Since the success of her first recording, Tomorrow, Just You Wait and See, Emma has performed regularly with her jazz quartet throughout Australia and around the world.
Having performed alongside some of Australia's finest jazz musicians such as Tony Gould, Will Poskitt and Eugene Ball, ARIA nominated Emma is a vocalist whose musicality brings an element to jazz that no one thought missing until they heard her sing.
Sunday 18 August, 2pm
The Streeton Trio
Emma Jardine (violin), Martin Smith (cello) and Benjamin Kopp (piano)
Formed in 2008 in Geneva, Switzerland, with three of Australia's leading young musicians, the Streeton Trio is the first Australian ensemble to be selected for the prestigious European Chamber Music Academy, where it has been in residence since 2010.
Named after the Australian Impressionist painter, Sir Arthur Streeton, the Trio has received great acclaim for performances in venues such as Wigmore Hall, Het Loo Royal Palace (Holland), Melbourne Recital Centre, Trondheim Festival, Apeldoorn Festival, Pablo Casals Festival (Prades) and Bangalow Festival.
Playing for one afternoon only at the Kew Court House, this is your opportunity to see these world class performers in a venue that promises a magical experience.
Sunday 15 September, 2pm
Kavisha Mazzella and Matthew Arnold
Independent musician and ARIA award winning artist Kavisha Mazzella was born in London but migrated to Perth, WA in the 1960s, setting the scene for her intuitive journey into the world of music and art.
Taking inspiration from her multi-cultural heritage through her Anglo-Burmese mother and her Italian father, Kavisha has carved a strong reputation as a song maker, composer and theatre worker.
Playing guitar, mandolin and piano accordion and accompanied by Matthew on violin, it is her hauntingly beautiful voice, capable of power and nuance, humour and spontaneity, that makes her a stand alone in the Australian music industry.
Sunday 20 October, 2pm
The Luke Howard Trio
Luke Howard (piano), Jonathan Zion (bass) and Daniel Farrugia (drums)
Having frequently appeared at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Luke Howard has played on over fifty recordings and has also written music for film and theatre.
Having worked with music legends by the likes of Ben Frost, Paul Grabowsky and Lior, it didn't take long for Luke to become a force to be wreckoned with. With a long list of awards under his belt, Luke travels throughout Europe and Australia touring with his trio.
A talent not to be missed.
Sunday 17 November, 2pm
Zoe Black and Joe Chindamo
Back for an unprecedented third time at the Court House, Zoe Black and Joe Chindamo return to perform the final concert in this series.
As one of this country's foremost pianists and composers, Joe Chindamo ranks amongst the best jazz pianists in the world. Joined by one of Australia's leading classical violinists, Zoe Black, this duo creates a unique partnership that brings a myriad of musical worlds together in joyous, energetic and passionate way.
Together, they bring a unique inimitable musical vision which will delight.
The 2013 Music at the Court House series is proudly sponsored by the Boroondara Review Local.