Katoomba Blue Mountains Timeless Elegance

Great Southern Nights in association with Fusion Boutique Present Lola Lovina with support by James Greening & Gary Daley

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8 Nov 2020

Great Southern Nights in association with Fusion Boutique Present
Live in Concert at the Baroque Room, Carrington Hotel, Katoomba, Blue Mountains

SUNDAY 8th November 2020
DOORS OPEN: 6:00pm
TICKETS: $35 pre-sale online + b/f
OR $40 on the Door - Cash Only (unless Sold Out)
Group bookings of allocated seating of 2 & 4 only

Tickets are limited by COVID capacities and we advise booking early to avoid disappointment

Lolo Lovina (‘Red Beer’) are an intoxicating, cosmopolitan virtuosic brew infused with Unza, Swing and Balkan Gypsy beats. The only ethnic Romani band in Australia, fronted by Hungarian Romani-Gypsy singer Sarah Bedak.

Lolo Lovina’s music reflects the cosmopolitan identity of an artist, who grew up with three native tongues and cultures. The charming and passionate performance of the charismatic singer makes each of her concerts a unique experience. Featuring Serbian Rroma drummer Nenad Radic, Matt Ottignon on Sax, Leonid Beshlei on button accordion and sax & George Nikolopolous on bass.

Lolo Lovina have played at the Opera House, Guca Festival Serbia, in New Caledonia, in Europe and to full houses wherever they go.
Their album Rroma Sapien received a 4 Star review in the London based World Music magazine Song Lines (June 2016) with Rroma Sapien and RromAntics both being featured on ABC Radio National’s program, ‘The Daily Planet’

With local support by highly respected musicians, James Greening, trombone and pocket trumpet & Gary Daley, pianist and accordionist, have joined forces to bring an amalgam of original compositions, classical, jazz and improv.

After decades as sought after sidemen in projects like 'The Catholics', as well as leading their own projects, these two renowned musicians have discovered a deep joy in making music together. Both Daley and Greening relish the freedom, intimacy and transparency of the duo which is perhaps one of the most exposed types of performance. Their musical dialogue is about unmasking, connection and freedom. Audiences respond with great enthusiasm to their performances.