*SECOND RELEASE tickets - Once standard tickets have reached capacity, Second Release tickets will become available. For your safety, if Wellington returns to Covid level 2, there will be two performances of this show to ensure that everyone can enjoy it. If this is the case, Second Release tickets will view the show at the earlier timeslot of 6pm. If Wellington is in Covid level 1, the advertised timeslot of 8pm still applies. We appreciate your understanding that we need to be flexible in this environment.
**THIRD RELEASE tickets - Once Second Release tickets have reached capacity, Third Release tickets will become available. If Wellington is in Covid Level 2 at the time of the Wellington Jazz Festival, these tickets will be refunded. Please note that booking fees are non-refundable. We appreciate your understanding that we need to be flexible in this environment.
Karla and the Divide by Blair Latham and The Noveltones
Traverse across decades in a unique journey for the eye, ears and soul.
They often say that music is the universal language, that it has a special power and place in society, but can jazz take you back in time?
Karla and the Divide is a two-part suite of original music that will envelop the audience in the highs and lows of the modern day, presented by the chamber jazz group The Noveltones.
Portrayed through sound and visuals created live on the night, this experience will unsettle yet exhilarate.
Blair Latham (Bass Clarinet)
Tristan Carter (Violin)
Jasmine Lovell-Smith (Soprano Sax)
Tom Callwood (Upright Bass)
Dan Beban (Sound Effects)
Andy Wright (Visual Effects)
Part of Wellington Jazz Festival