Nick Parnell - Pop-Up Vibes

Nick Parnell - Pop-Up Vibes - A photo of a man playing a vibraphone. The man is wearing a black hat, pink long sleeved shirt and brown vest. The background features an old red brick wall and ceiling and a wooden piano sitting in the background.

Dates & times

Vinyl Wall at Cafe Komodo:

HAT's Courthouse Cultural Centre Auburn:

Hither & Yon:

4 Venues

Vinyl Wall at Cafe Komodo

Cafe Komodo, 118 Prospect Rd, Prospect, SA, 5082

Down the lane between Little City and Cafe Di Roma

Yalumba Signature Cellar at Yalumba Family Winemakers

40 Eden Valley Rd, Angaston, SA, 5353

HAT's Courthouse Cultural Centre Auburn

4 St Vincent St, Auburn, SA, 5451

Hither & Yon

17 High St, Willunga, SA, 5172

Entrance on the main Street, free parking on the street

Content warnings

G

Age Suitability:

G

Nick Parnell - Pop-Up Vibes - A photo of a man playing a vibraphone. The man is wearing a black hat, pink long sleeved shirt and brown vest. The background features an old red brick wall and ceiling and a wooden piano sitting in the background.

About this event

Award winning vibraphone virtuoso Nick Parnell swaps the concert hall for a series of intimate, short pop-up gigs in unique places. From vintage pubs to rustic court houses, you'll be immersed in the smooth, intoxicating sounds of Parnell's vibes as he seamlessly melds pop, jazz, world and classical music into one living twist of musical enjoyment!

"The Australian absolutely entranced the crowd..........It's acts like this that provide a reason to get involved in music in the first place!" DB MAGAZINE.

"Like liquid silver" THE ADVERTISER.

"Nick Parnell is a world-class performer who can tap into a divine connection to music that is omnipresent" RIP IT UP.

NOTE: Attendance numbers are limited for all events in order to maintain social distancing.

Program includes Danny Boy, Tango, Clocks

Presented by:
nickparnell.com

Dr. Nick Parnell is celebrated as one of the most exciting vibes players in the world today. Born in the Australian outback, he began teaching himself drums in his parents’ sheep shearing shed at the age of ten.

Such humble beginnings ignited a passion in Parnell that has led to accolades including first place in the International Melbourne Percussion Competition, a Centenary of Federation Medal awarded by the Australian Government and the Dame Roma Mitchell Churchill Fellowship. He holds a PhD from the University of Adelaide (Australia).

What’s a Vibraphone?
A musical percussion instrument with a double row of tuned metal bars each above a tubular resonator. Contains a pedal to control sustain. Most impressively (and physically) played with four mallets. Emits a smooth singing tone.

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