Sydney's Bob Bertles (alto & baritone saxophones) is one of the significant 'bridging' veterans of Australian music, with rock credits including Johnny O'Keefe and a long stint with Max Merritt & The Meteors, as well as formidable jazz credits.
He is probably best- known as a founding member of Ten Part Invention, and as leader of his own classic hard-bop quintet with trumpeter Warwick Alder (with two albums on Rufus). Arguably the country's leading baritone saxophonist, for this project he again teams with Melbourne's Paul Williamson (tenor & baritone saxophones) for a two saxophone frontline, backed by Jex Saarelaht (piano), Geoff Kluke (acoustic bass) and Michael Jordan (drums).
In addition to bop classics, they will perform some originals by Bertles, Williamson and Saarelaht.
$15 General Admission
$10 Concession Admission