The Gypsy Jazz Project (GJP) is a Canberra-based quartet playing 1930s Parisian “hot club” jazz in the style of Django Reinhardt. Featuring Bruce Rose and Sverre Molland on guitars, Anthony Irving on double bass and Steve Rouch on clarinet and vocals, the GJP plays hot string swing jazz that will bring a smile to your dial and get your hands clapping while your feet tapping. The band plays regularly at jazz venues in Canberra and neighbouring regions, as well as festivals, private functions, weddings, vineyards and cocktail parties.
Thursdays @Amici with The Gypsy Jazz Project
Say hello to Thursdays at Amici 😍 They will be pouring the vino, shaking up the cocktails and serving up your favourite cheese and charcuterie platters at their brand new 'Twilight Sessions'. 🍷 Whether you're on a date, catching up with friends, or out with the family - an evening of chilled live music is here to get your night started! 🎶
-The Details- ∙ Thursday 16 Dec, from 6.30pm ∙ Bookings recommended, walk-ins welcome ∙ No cover charge
∙ The music: Combining the evocative melodies of Eastern European folksong, and the driving rhythmic swing of jazz, the music of the Gypsy Jazz Project takes its inspiration from the Jazz Manouche tradition of Django Reinhardt. An equally fine accompaniment to dancing, a meal or drinks, the GJP will bring the spice that will get your feet moving. The GJP are Sverre Molland & Bruce Rose (guitars), Steve Rouch (clarinet/Vox) and Anthony Irving (double bass).