Senses Quintet

Masterton Masterton
Thu 03 Sep


21 King Street, Masterton

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Running Time: 2 hours
Interval: 20 minutes


21 King Street, Masterton

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Playing as part of the Jazz In Martinborough Festival the Senses Quintet is a Christchurch based group co-led by Nick Dow and Damien Motu. Influenced by jazz musicians such as Bill Evans, Wes Montgomery and Zach Brock the Senses Quintet strives to re-create the sound of the 1950’s hard bop jazz era whilst also showcasing their original compositions. This group will be sure to satisfy all five of your senses!

This five-piece is made up of talented CPIT MusicArts graduates Nick Dow (violin), Damien Motu (guitar), Mitchell Thomas (drums) and current students Dominic Spiteri (piano) and Bradley Grianger (double bass).

Door Sales will be $15 on the night.

In Association with Jazz In Martinborough