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Daniel Weltlinger (Germany)

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$45 + booking fee pre, $50 door

Django @ Camelot

7pm doors, 8pm show

We can only reserve tables for GROUPS OF 8 OR MORE (you can go as large as you like! We never run out of tables for large groups who get our email confirmation once you email a request.

TO RESERVE A TABLE OF 8 OR MORE. . .Firstly buy all your tickets, then email: [email protected] Please list *show name *show date and only the *name the tickets are booked under.

LESS THAN 8 people??? All other seating is on a ‘first in best dressed’ basis! So come early and choose a seat, a stool or table which suits. If the show is sold-out, you may end up sharing with others or choose to stand.

Please book carefully – as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tickets are possible.
All ages are welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult) and a ticket must be purchased to support the artists playing.
Delicious food (including pizza!) is available.
Fully licensed – NO BYO

‘If you can make sound tell a story it becomes music, and were Daniel Weltlinger not a musician, he would still be a story-teller…he uses notes the way a supremely elegant writer – say, Austen or Orwell – uses words, so the sounds, rhythms and sentence constructions dovetail with the meaning so perfectly that the reader’s eye dances effortlessly along each line.’ John Shand – Sydney Morning Herald

Internationally renowned violinist Daniel Weltlinger (Lulo Reinhardt, Karsten Troyke, Monsieur Camembert, Nadya’s 101 Candles Orchestra) presents an evening of the music of Django Reinhardt with a program mixing Gypsy-swing, French Musette, Chanson and original compositions featuring a stellar lineup including Eddie Bronson on horns and accordion, Arthur Washington and Cameron Jones on guitars and Stan Valacos on double bass.

Weltlinger has long been renowned for his distinctive warm sound and innovations within the genres of Gypsy-swing, Jazz, Yiddish-klezmer and experimental/free-improvised music, and frequently collaborates with a wide range of respected artists and ensembles including German-Sinti guitarist and composer Lulo Reinhardt along with members of the Reinhardt family based in Koblenz/Rheinland Pfalz, Berlin based Yiddish singer-actor Karsten Troyke and singer-actress Sharon Brauner, Polish-Australian singer Nadya Golski and her 101 Candles Orkestra and the Berlin-based Moka Efti Orchestra (performing music from the television series ‘Babylon Berlin’, which he featured on), amongst many others. He has produced 5 albums under his name, including the album ‘Koblenz’ which was in Downbeat Magazine’s ‘Best Albums of 2015’ as well as his most recent album ‘Szolnok’ which recounts the extraordinary real life story of his grandfather’s violin from Szolnok, Hungary. He has since 2013 been based in Berlin, and in addition to his many collaborations performs with the popular Gypsy-swing group ‘Radio Django’ which he leads along with guitarist Janko Lauenberger.

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