Event held on February 19


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Event runs from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM


Caribé brings the vibrant, passionate energy of Cuba to life, bringing together traditional and classic Cuban music forms with a contemporary setting to create a unique and mesmerising live performance. Seeing Caribé is an immersive experience incorporating chants, stories, and percussive elements deeply rooted in rumba and Afro-Cuban spiritual practice, combined with archival footage of Cuban musicians. A melding of musicians and dancers from Sydney’s Cuban, jazz and Latin communities. The music and choreography integrates elements of traditional Cuban dance and music with a modern jazz aesthetic. Nine-piece Caribé features Cuban dancer Adrian Medina and is led by renowned musician and composer Gai Bryant on soprano/alto saxophones and flute, along with percussionists Juan Carlos Allende and Steve Marin, Des Lee McIver – trumpet, Julian Gough - tenor sax, Des Cannings - bone, Josh Spolc - bass, and Daniel Pliner– piano. Presented by Blue Mountains Theatre and Music Hunter. *Wanderlust Concert Series* Inspire your wanderlust through the world of music and be transported to faraway and exotic places. Over seven magical Friday nights, these extraordinary concerts explore ancient music traditions melded with contemporary influences from across the globe. Join us for one, some, or all of these special events, and strap in for a thrilling and uplifting adventure of sound. Supported by Live Music Australia - an Australian Government initiative. Entry Cost All tickets $35 - A $3.30 booking fee applies per transaction.