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Balmain Baroque + Nathan Power at Humph Hall [CANCELLED]
May 2 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
- Amanda Muir(soprano, baroque flute)
- Lidia Bara (violin)
- Tony Eyers(recorder)
- Darsha Kumar(cello)
- Donn Mendoza(harpsichord)
The program at Humph Hall will feature excerpts from the baroque operas of Handel and other instrumental pieces – just like a night out in 18th century London.
They have their own harpsichord, essentially the 6th member of the band.
Nathan Power Band
It’s been a big year for Melbourne folk artist Nathan Power with international appearances, two national tours and almost a hundred shows including slots at Yackandandah Folk Festival, Bendigo Blues, Nimbin Roots and Frankston Waterfront Festival.
Borrowing from the folk, blues and bluegrass worlds, Nathan’s music is dark and rich, combining childhood stories of growing up Africa with a cynical take on modern life. Think Leonard Cohen meets Lloyd Cole, wrapped in a toe-tapping bluegrass band including double bass, mandolin and guitar.
2020 sees the launch of Nathan’s second album, a national tour and festival dates across February and March.
Visit his web site.