The Goddesses of Jazz

Friday 13th of October 2023

A cabaret celebrating some of the world’s most sensational Jazz Divas, through a contemporary lens... read more.


185 Timor Street, Warrnambool, VIC, 3280
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A cabaret celebrating some of the world’s most sensational Jazz Divas, through a contemporary lens. Maude Davey and Ruth Katerelos join forces with concert pianist Graham Clark to take a spin around some songs made sensational over the decades by the likes of Nina Simone, Judy Garland, Piaf, Billie Holiday, Madeleine Peyroux, Dusty Springfield, Peggy Lee and more.

Goddesses of Jazz are the women who made spirits soar when they sang. These women made you feel like you could be more than decorative, whose songs drove themselves into your hearts.

When they say Jazz they mean the magic that happens between performers and the audience – the rhythms and polyphonies that come from being together in a room and the improvisation that arises between musicians and is driven by the energy of the room.

Solo, and together, these performers will captivate you with their songs and stories of life, love and connection.

They might even dance for you!

Maude Davey is a Helpmann nominee and Green Room award winner, while Ruth Katerelos has performed on local stages for decades.



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