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CJC Presents Salon Kingsadore

CJC Presents Salon Kingsadore

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  • Wed 5 Dec ’12, 8:00pm – 10:00pm


1885 Britomart, 27 Galway Street Central, Britomart, Auckland CBD



Ticket Information:

  • General entry: $10.00
  • CJC members / students: $7.00
  • CJC student members: $5.00

Gianmarco Liguori - Guitar
Murray McNabb - Keyboards
Hayden Sinclair - Bass
Steven Tait - Drums

Spontaneous, cinematic composition.

Salon Kingsadore is an upbeat instrumental combo with points of reference as diverse as surf guitar, jazz, European film soundtracks and psychedelic rock.

The band features Gianmarco Liguori –guitars, as well as Murray McNabb whose soundtrack credentials are well known, and create spontaneous composition - sometimes building on a fragment and other times riding a wave in the ether.

In early 2000, the band formed to write music for a local stage play. A couple of years later they released the vaguely spy movie- ish EP, "Flaming Morricone" (2002) which featured the virtuosity of Ruby Chen, and is probably one of the first rock recordings in NZ to feature the Taiwanese zither. In 2004 they released their debut album Salon Kingsadore, which introduced them to a varied audience of music fans. A short time later, they were invited to perform at a Film Festival in Italy.

They will be launching their latest double CD on the night.

"I was knocked out by the inventiveness, maturity and musicianship in general… It was clear to me that this was one of 2004's standout local releases and I inevitably featured it in my 'best of the year' programme just before Christmas."
Nick Bollinger – National Radio

CJC Creative Jazz Club Aotearoa
Every Wednesday CJC presents a featured member artist or international guest in the basement bar at 1885 Britomart in downtown Auckland.

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