Cool for School: The Vampires

Riverside Archives

This event has occurred in the past

Cool for School: The Vampires


Venue

Raffertys Theatre

Dates

01 August 2018

Event Type

Live Event

Riverside and Sydney Improvised Music Association present
COOL FOR SCHOOL
THE VAMPIRES

Give your students the unforgettable taste of an intimate jazz club environment and inspire them in their music studies and practice with these engaging and interactive concerts and workshops.

Compared to the likes of Bob Marley, critically acclaimed band The Vampires take you on a journey of old and new jazz and everything in between. Featuring an exuberant blend of Reggae, romantic Peruvian, Cuban dance, exotic Balkan and funky Afro beats their sophisticated compositions and bold improvisation will entertain and introduce your group to musical fusions.

The Vampires will engage and excite students as they break down some of their compositions into components and discuss why they incorporate particular grooves.

SCHOOLS CONCERT & WORKSHOP
Wednesday 1 August at 11am

Tickets:
1 teacher free per 15 students

Photo by Frank Crews

Saxophone and Bass Clarinet
Jeremey Rose

Trumpet
Nick Garbett

Bass
Jonathan Zwarts

Drums
Alex Masso

Suitable for Years 7 – 12

CURRICULUM LINKS

Download the Curriculum Links here: Cool for School Curriculum Links

SCHOOLS BOOKINGS

Download information on how to book here: How to Book

Download Riverside’s Risk Assessment here: 2018 Risk Assessment

ACCESS

Download information about access at Riverside here: Access at Riverside

Ticket Options

Student/Teacher $20
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $3.30

Duration

3 hours 15 minutes (Including 15 minute Q&A and 1 hour lunch break)


Explore more Riverside shows

King Lear: Performance On Screen

Captured live on stage at Chichester Festival Theatre in London’s West End, don't miss your opportunity to see this 5-star, sold out production starring Sir Ian McKellan on Riverside's Big Screen for a limited time.

Girl In The Machine

A dystopia where change may be tough, but it’s possible. Humanity, love and the possibility of resistance and redemption are rising up in protest.

Pillow Talk (1959)

Opposites attract as Doris Day and Rock Hudson light up the screen. Armed with a witty Oscar-winning screenplay, clever split screens and superb one-liners, this stylish and colourful charm offensive is simply impossible to resist.