Music for the cook, the winemaker and the guests too.
The Zin House aims to create simple, beautiful experiences.
Food and wine are just one part of this.
So adding music to this mix is perfectly natural.
Some of our loveliest times have been those we’ve shared with guests and music makers.
Leo Sayer created life long memories and proof that age can improve us; NYE will ensure 1969 deservedly always lives; Seven Sopranos made opera fans of all and brought many to tears with the beauty and melodies that bounced off the house walls and ceilings; Classic Album nights ensure toe tapping camaraderie of crammed tables with friends old and new.
It is on these occasions that food and wine plays second fiddle – tasty and plentiful but never the star. Maybe that is another reason I enjoy these events.
Here are two new acts to Zin – I urge you to join us if you can for fun, music and of course good food and wine.
Duelling Pianos – On the lawn at The Zin House
Friday 22nd of April
The Duelling Pianos concept is a hit format out of New Orleans.
From Lady Gaga to Gershwin, these two eclectic piano players are as much at ease with the honky tonk of Elton John, AC/DC played on the piano, or the swinging class of Frank Sinatra.
Listeners request the songs – they bring them to life.
The spontaneity guarantees memorable moments, with audience participation and camaraderie along the way.
Tickets are $75 and include a three course sit down dinner
Time: Doors open at 6.00pm and first course is served at 6.30
Booking by phone 63721660
Enquiries to email@example.com or call us on 6372 1660
Blues with Mitch Grainger
Sunday 1st May 2016
US-based Mitch Grainger returns to Australia in 2016, on tour to follow up his award winning album ‘The Blues’. A master of the blues harp, singer and guitarist, Grainger cut his teeth with Harry Vanda, Alex Lloyd, Bondi Cigars and Papa Lips before re-locating stateside, where he plays harp on sessions from LA to Nashville. In this hi-tech world Mitch Grainger is now collaborating with artists from Hollywood to Botswana, while teaching people from all walks of life around the globe how to play their first ever note on the blues harp, though his wildly successful youtube channel.
Click here to listen to some music samples
Tickets are $75, including a three course sit down dinner.
Doors open at 5.30pm with the first course served at 6.00pm.
There are 40 seats only, tickets can be purchased by calling 02 6372 1660.