Andrew Veivers Spanish Guitarist

Composer / Director / Spanish Guitarist

One of Australia’s finest Spanish Guitarists, Andrew Veivers draws on a wide range of musical influences to evoke the sensual and mesmerising sounds of the Spanish guitar in all of its guises. At venues ranging from Blenheim Palace (UK) to The Dillington Classical Guitar Festival (UK) to chamber music series' in Amsterdam to concerts at many of Australia's leading festivals, Andrew has appeared as a soloist as well as with his various groups (Flamenco Fire, The Saruzu Quartet, Jaleos Flamenco) to great critical acclaim.

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Asleep at the Reel

Asleep at the Reel evoke the sound of the lively Irish pub, of flying fiddles and rich voices in harmony around an open fire. Their songs are stories – some of them hundreds of years old – wrapped up in music. Their rollicking jigs and reels will keep your feet tapping.  The Irish call it the craic. It’s a word that means music and fun and, typically, quite a lot of the demon drink all bound up together. This band of fine musicians taps into a tradition that dates back centuries and runs through Christy Moore, The Pogues, and Van Morrison among many others. Yet Asleep at the Reel are not Irish – nor do they pretend to be. They are Australian yet, like so many Australians, Celtic music is in their DNA. Asleep at the Reel are; Mark Cryle - guitar & vocals, Rose Broe - accordion & vocals, Mick Nolan - bass & vocals, Hugh Curtis - fiddle & mandolin, Suzanne Hibbs - drums & percussion.

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The Barleyshakes

Brewed in Ireland and distilled in Australia the Barleyshakes are a superb Celtic band who present both traditional Irish, original and world music in a modern format. Using fiddles, banjo, mandolin, bass, bodhran, drums, guitar and vocals the Barleyshakes new sound is hard hitting, lively and full of wild Irish dance energy.

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Coisa Linda

Brazilian music played by Brazilians! Coisa Linda means "Beautiful thing" in Portuguese and celebrates love, music and life, which are in fact, beautiful things! Playing the finest songs of Brazilian popular music repertoire, Coisa Linda brings a warm and authentic interpretation of some of Brazil's most loved musical masterpieces. Lucia Medeiros - vocals, Wade Gregory - piano, Mauricio Hosi - guitar, and Claudio Climaco - percussion.

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Dance Masala

Dance Masala are known for creating inspiring Bollywood-fusion choreography and energetic live shows. With a diverse line-up with up to 10 male and female dancers, Dance Masala are Brisbane's premier Bollywood performance team. The costumes are vibrant, the choreography is exciting, and the dancers are ready to take you on a journey to Bollywood! True to their name, they will add spice and flavour to every event.

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East of West

East of West offers a captivating new take on the fusion between world music and jazz, playing original compositions inspired by the music of the Mediterranean and Balkans. East of West was formed in order to showcase new compositions and improvisations that explore the connections between Eastern and Western music, and is proud to announce the release of Little Harbour, their debut album. The trio consists of Bosnian-born Goran Gajić (double bass), Philip Griffin (oud) and Malindi Morris (hand percussion). 

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Estampa

Evoking visions of Parisian laneways, South American sensuality, and European folk-music, Estampa delivers an energetic, internationally-inspired performance. Combining a unique blend of violin, voice, piano accordion and double bass, this group of fiery musicians is sure to appeal to a diverse and eager-to-dance audience. Expect an eclectic experience that will leave you feeling like you’ve entered a 1930’s Parisian jazz club or the streets of São Paulo. World/Folk Jazz Quartet ‘Estampa' is comprised of Rebecca Karlen on violin, vocals and percussion, Paul Henderson on guitar, John Reeves on accordion and Sam Maguire on bass.

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Gone Molly

Winners of three titles in the Australian Celtic Music Awards 2018, songwriter Sally Harris and Declan Affley award winner Rebecca Wright are the new voices of contemporary Anglo-Celtic folk. With voices that blend evocatively and deliver with an exquisite intensity, Gone Molly brings to life colourful characters and stories steeped in mythology, mysteries, love & loss. Recently joined by talented multi-instrumentalist Lachlan Baldwin, this is an enchanting act you don’t want to miss.

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Jaleos Flamenco

Jaleos Flamenco is a dynamic, Brisbane based ensemble that celebrates the passion and grace of flamenco music and dance. Simone Pope (dancer) & Andrew Veivers (guitar) bring together the intricate rhythms, dazzling footwork and raw energy of flamenco in performances that encompasses both the ancient richness of the traditional and the virtuosity of contemporary flamenco. Jaleos Flamenco has a flexible lineup from a duo featuring Andrew Veivers & Simone Pope to a 15 person ensemble including dancers, singers, guitarists, strings and percussion.

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kelly family band

The Kelly family band crosses all borders, no matter what your age, religion or culture, this band will win your heart forever. A rare delight, the Kelly Family band play Australian folk music flavoured with Celtic and American styles with surprising skill, and totally infectious joyous abandon.

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