Tamara Kuldin Sextet

Sultry, sassy, cheeky-Tamara Kuldin is all that and much more. A jazz seductress with a honey-rich voice that soothes and captivates. ‘ Australianjazz.net 

Australian jazz vocalist Tamara Kuldin has been captivating audiences from Melbourne to Europe with her own modern, sultry yet playful twist on a diverse repertoire of reimagined standards, lesser-known vintage gems and originals.  Celebrated in Australia for her vocal prowess, charisma and musicality, Tamara has in recent years performed at various festivals and venues in Europe but is particularly thrilled to be performing for the first time in New Zealand, at the Wellington Jazz Co-op. 

With a passion and flair for various shades of jazz, blues and multilingual affairs of song, tonight Tamara will revisit songs from her latest album ‘Love, Longing & Lullabies’ which includes exquisite interpretations of much-loved tunes from The Sound of Music, Gershwin, Hoagy Carmichael, The Beatles and more. Joining her is an eclectic ensemble of New Zealand’s finest jazz musicians: Mark Donlon (piano), Chris Beernink (Double bass), Callum Allardice (guitar), Frank Talbot (tenor sax) and Lance Philip (drums). Immerse yourself in an evening’s music box of love, longing and lullabies. Don’t miss out.

Tamara Kuldin Septet
Featuring: Tamara Kuldin (v), Mark Donlon (p), Chris Beernink (b), Callum Allardice (g), Frank Talbot (s) and Lance Philip (d).
Date: Thur 25 April 2019, 8pm
Venue: The Third Eye, Upstairs at 30 Arthur St. Te Aro
Price: General $20, WJC members and Students with ID $15

WJC Jazzlab – Jazz Vocals with Tamara Kuldin

Acclaimed Australian jazz vocalist Tamara Kuldin will be facilitating a special workshop for aspiring jazz vocalists.

Having graced various stages from Europe to Australia, her focus is on creating an intimate and engaging musical experience for all audiences-small and large. For this workshop, Tamara is happy to share her experiences and answer any questions you may have about touring, audience interaction and vocal technique.

You are encouraged to bring a lead chart of a standard/tune you love singing. This will be an informal and playful workshop where participants will have the chance to really think about their approach to singing, their unique styling and technique, how to interact with both band members and their audience, before joining audience members for Tamara’s concert.

Date: Thur 25 May 2019, 6-7pm
Venue: The Third Eye, Upstairs at 30 Arthur St. Te Aro
Price: $5