Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Helen Hagemann, Performance Poet at the Monday Supper Club. Dome Cafe, Maylands

Monday 18th August, brought to you by Jane Cornes and Flora Smith
Music from Rapt, spoken word from Helen Hagemann
Monday Supper Club is a not-for-profit event that supports independent musicians and wordsmiths.
Booked performers are fed amd paid a reasonable fee. If you'd like to be notified as new events
are announced, please join our email list using the link above right.
It's an intimate event, with just 40 seats available.

Tickets to MSC must be booked and paid for in advance online via the
link below. You pay a 30c booking fee and we pay the credit card charges.
There are no door sales. Full details of menu and how to book can be found on their website

Helen Hagemann has two collections of poetry, Evangelyne & Other Poems (APC, Melbourne 2009) and of Arc & Shadow (Sunline Press, 2013). Helen is currently working on a children's collection titled Miniscule.
RAPT - Freewheeling jazzfolk RAPT roam through fields of folk, Celtic, bluegrass, blues, jazz and originals with diverse instrumentation and great harmonies. Their music is uplifting,colourful and exciting. RAPT combine the many musical loves of the band members. Classically trained but with a jazz/ improv bent, Paul Laszlo plays double bass and banjo and has a rich baritone voice. Paul's virtuosic playing adds great depth to RAPT. Multi talented songstress, Ann Palumbo on acoustic and classical guitar, mandolin and double bass is a jazz chanteuse with a penchant for Tango as well as classical music but with her roots in folk music as well as the improvised independent music scene. MusicOz award winning songwriter Rosie McDonald (acoustic guitar, bouzouki, percussion) - has a strong rhythmic drive with her instruments and a rich alto voice to lead us into the stories from the folk and blues traditions as well as providing harmonic interplay with Ann's vocals on the jazz influenced songs.


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