Nightly Music in the Brasserie
Our swinging house bands play in the Brasserie every night of the week while you dine.
From 9.30pm -11.30pm Monday - Saturday and from 9.00pm -11.00pm on Sundays, enjoy the music of our house bands while you dine.
There is no extra charge levied for music.
Upcoming bands and dates:
9- 14 July
Kansas Smitty's has become a name synonymous with good music and real people. You'll hear the sounds of New York, New Orleans, Paris, and Havana in their sour mash of jazz genres. Smitty's musicians are young and hungry virtuosos whose musical flights are more like athletic miracles than practice room exercises. Jazz with grit. You've never seen another band like this one because it doesn't exist. Of course we won't expect you to take our word for it…
16 - 21 July, 27 August - 1 September & 10 - 15 September
An established favourite in her adopted UK, Gabrielle brings a sophisticated blend of Parisian-style jazz, toe-tapping tango and vintage melodies from the 20's, 30's. Sassy, jazzy and glamorous!
Rabbit Foot Spasm
23 - 28 July & 17 - 22 September
Rabbit Foot Spasm Band are a hot jazz combo comprising members from Italy and Scotland. The quartet, draw from a handpicked selection of French swing numbers and classics from the Great American songbook. Soloists include Martin Martello (trumpet), Red Wilkins (soprano saxophone), Stuart Macbeth (vocals/piano) and Carlo Matassa (guitar).
6- 11 August & 24 - 29 September
After purchasing a one way ticket from Sydney to London, Thomas Hamilton has quickly established himself as a unique and dynamic pianist. Specialised in old time jazz, French, and New Orleans classics, Thomas leads an energetic band of London's most interesting and skilled musicians.
13 - 18 August
A young, talented gypsy guitarist. Marked in the top five gypsy jazz players in the country by Le Quecumbar.
20 - 25 August
Fifi La Mer
3 - 8 September
Oh la la! Jazz and Pop with a French twist! A hearty serving of Parisian folk music (Musette), Chansons Réalistes (made famous by Edith Piaf), unforgettable jazz standards and the occasional pop tune. The rich and evocative sound of the accordion blends perfectly with the delicious voice of Fifi La Mer.