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HARBOURSIDE Concert Series 2019

27 June - 17 August 2019 Albany Entertainment Centre, Harbourside Foyer and Kalyenup Studio

HARBOURSIDE Concert Series 2019

27 June - 17 August 2019 Albany Entertainment Centre, Harbourside Foyer and Kalyenup Studio

Presented by Albany Entertainment Centre
Every week from 27 June – 17 August 2019 from 7.30pm
Tapas and bar service available from 6.30pm until late.

The popular Harbourside Concert Series returns for a ninth year with a diverse program of Western Australia’s most outstanding and entertaining musicians.

With bar service and award-winning food, what better way to break the winter chill than to bask in the glow of a great evening’s music!

Harbourside 2019 program


Want to see more shows for less? Get more bang for your buck with a Season Pass!

Thursday, 27 June 2019James Dekleva began studying piano at the age of five. He has recently graduated from the UWA, studying piano performance under the guidance of Jana Kovar. Performance highlights over the years include participation in the 2014 Beethoven Marathon at Government House, several solo recitals at the UWA from 2015-2018, and a 5 week tour of China with Australian International Productions in 2019.

Denmark Baroque choir was formed during the preparation for the opera, The Judgement of Paris, which opened the Festival of Voice in 2018. The choir has since sung in a concert of Cantatas - Music for Peace At Easter 2018 and the Christmas Oratorio in December 2018.

Thursday, 4 July 2019Jane and the Rain. With a collective age exceeding that of the whole of the Melbourne Youth Chorale, Jane and The Rain deliver what only age can guarantee: wit, self deprecating humour and sore knees. Hot off entertaining scores of Fairbridge Festival punters, join Jane and the Rain for some seriously mad cap moments.

RACOO CHARLES. Racoo is singer-song writer Rachel Hocking who comes from a family of musical outsiders based in Albany, Western Australia. She now moves between Fremantle and Tasmania depending on mood and/or weather. Racoo plays melancholic/all night/ absurdist songs documenting leaking walls, absent doors and idlers.

Thursday, 11 July 2019Paper Moon. Lachlan Gear (guitar) and Fiona Rea (vocals) are Paper Moon. Playing a massive repertoire of jazz and soul standards and twists on your favourite covers, this acoustic duo combine amazing guitar dexterity with vocal passion and delivery. Highly entertaining, Paper Moon bring their years of experience in performance both locally and internationally.

. Diggin’ the Jig is a Celtic dance band from Denmark, WA. They showcase the vitality and energy of traditional and contemporary Celtic fiddle tunes, plus some favourites from the Americas and their collection of original works. Upbeat, uptempo and totally toe-tapping.

Thursday, 18 July 2019
LIZZIE FLYNN. With a combination of lyrical honesty and charming melodies, Lizzie Flynn writes songs that blend a little satirical storytelling, with a lot of joyful emotion. Her latest album, ‘You & The Open Sky’, is a collection of original songs, which weave audiences through toe-tapping country to tender ballads with songs of lessons learnt and love lost.

Katy and the Steeds
. The Steeds originally came together in 2012 to tell great southern stories written in the original poetic lyrics of Katy Steed. Her love of the environment, folk songs, family and friends flow through the songs performed by Katy and the Steeds. Vocals (Katy Steed), acoustic guitar (Deon Utber) percussion (Tuaari Kuiti) and double bass (Madeline Winton).

Thursday, 25 July 2019
Empire Blues
. Empire Blues is an established, dynamic blues trio whose influences come from the British Blues invasion of the 1960s. Initially the band took its material from this period, but over time has moved to performing more original material, believing that for blues music to evolve, you can’t keep just repeating the past

. Singer-songwriter Mark Comer and slide guitarist and slide guitarist Peter Barry play original material and eclectic covers that comprise a repertoire built over several years. The duo has performed at the Bridgetown Blues Festival, the Albany Blues club and local wineries and pubs. Margie Crossen joins the duo on double bass adding warmth and depth to their sounds.

Thursday, 1 August 2019
EVAN AYRES AND THE SWING KINGS. Performing iconic jazz standards, along with songs from Sinatra, Fred Astaire and of course Michael Bublé’, the band also have 12 originals especially arranged to suit their unique sound. Following the 2018 release of the EP I’m In Love’, Evan Ayres and the Swing Kings performed 5 sell-out shows at the Albany Port Theatre.

. Rockin’ Eddie & The Retrosonics are a three-piece band performing rock and roll music from the 50’s and 60’s. Eddie has had a long career in London, Perth and Albany. Tuari has been a drummer and drum teacher for most of his adult life playing in many local bands. Lester has been performing in Albany bands since the early 60s.

Thursday, 8 August 2019
MARDAE AND JOE. Displays of scintillating virtuosity, fearless interpretation but making simplicity the ultimate goal, Joe and Mardae create a potent mixture of serenity and excitement. Two master musicians present an eclectic and diverse repertoire.

. Perth duo the Hardey McMurrick Two mash blues, folk, jazz, old time Americana, spoken word & hip hop into a new musical life form that both delights and disorientates listeners into a unique musical experience. Fun and entertaining with some surprise twists!

Saturday, 17 August 2019
Irish session with Rob Zielinski and friends. Renowned fiddle player, maker and composer Rob Zielinski leads an evening of Irish music from refined ensemble playing to a full blown session. Join scores of musicians as Harbourside closes with a tilt at the lilt of a great music tradition.

Please note:
  • Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break during the performance.
  • Mobile telephones and electronic devices are to be turned off during the performance.

Season pass

  • $204.00 All 8 concerts (available until 27 June 2019)
  • $203.00 All remaining 7 concerts (available 28 June - 4 July 2019)
  • $168.00 All remaining 6 concerts (available 5 - 11 July 2019)
  • $135.00 All remaining 5 concerts (available 12 - 18 July 2019)
  • $100.00 All remaining 4 concerts (available 19 - 25 July 2019)

Single tickets

  • $34.00 Adult
  • $25.00 Under 25 years of age

Pricing and Fee Information

Web: $3.95 if cart values is $36 or less, $5.95 if cart value is more than $36. 
Phone or mail: $6.95. In person: $0. 
Group bookings: $8.95. Add $4.40 for Registered Mail.
All tickets/items prices include GST if applicable and are quoted in Australian dollars.
Ticket prices can be dynamically adjusted, either up or down, based on real-time market demand, and without notice.
Please note ticket prices are subject to change without notice.

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