Australia’s best big band drummer, John Morrison and renowned jazz singer Jacki Cooper bring their humour and swinging sounds to Bond University’s 2012 Live at Bond free music series finale.
See the swing dancers from Gotta Swing, a vintage surfboard display from Surf World Gold Coast, local historical images from Gold Coast City Council’s Local Studies Library, and some classic cars!
John Morrison opened the Sydney 2000 Olympics with his Swing City band and younger brother, James Morrison. He is a gifted educator, producer and patron of many outstanding youth bands and orchestras, and has played with numerous internationally known artists. As a mentor, John has supported hundreds of young people into successful playing careers. He works extensively in remote communities, bringing joy and education through music to Indigenous young people.
Jacki Cooper is an internationally sought after vocalist and has toured the US, Europe, Russia, Scandinavia, Vietnam and China, including performances with the Shanghai Symphony Big Band.
Supported by the Gold Coast Youth Orchestra Big Band + Malcolm Wood.
25 November 2012
3:00pm - 5:15pm
Prizes and giveaways, open bar with refreshments and light snacks, dogs on leash okay on grassed areas around the amphitheatre, children and families welcome!
Bring your picnic hamper, children can bring bikes, scooters and skateboards, and enjoy a fantastic Sunday afternoon of great live music.
If there is wet weather, we move indoors to the Princeton Room.
The ADCO Amphitheatre is shown as location 17 on the campus map
Best parking is on the Varsity Lakes side of Bond, in general parking area PG3.
From University Drive, enter PG3 by turning left just past the ADCO Construction site, into the driveway beside The Terraces.
Sharon Solyma on 0420 859 350 (any time) or 07 5595 5709 during business hours. Subscribe to the our community email list by emailing email@example.com.
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