Join us for an evening of Live Jazz music by Danny Mose & Friends, Cocktails, Charcuterie boards & Cheese platters, in an open-air setting lit by fairy-lights.
About Danny Mose & Friends
Soul with jazz… Jazz with soul…
With his mother singing him to sleep most nights with the song “Little Drummer Boy” by Al Bowlly, it was no surprise that Bryn would find his muse in drums and percussion. With roles in stage musicals and live performance from the age of 5, Bryn developed a discerning ear and intuitive feel for music which prepared him for a broad array of performance and production opportunities. Bryn has played drums and percussion in bands small and large, that cover genres as diverse as Musical Comedy, New Wave, Pop, Rock, Gospel, Funk, Jazz, Latin and R&B. Aside from his talent, Bryn has always been a welcome addition to any musical situation through his good humour genuine nature.
Noah has been playing his flute since he was gifted one from a family friend as a 9 year old. Since then he has played it everywhere from the streets of Dublin, Ireland, to a concert hall in Jerusalem, Israel, from QPAC to a cave in outback Queensland and with the Qld Youth Orchestra to the Qld Theatre Company. Noah is a graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and whilst he has played with symphony orchestras, his real joy lies in the small, improvisatory ensembles such as the Danny Jazz trio. From Bach to Beyonce and Sibelius to Sting, Noah is across it all (mostly).
It is safe to say that the family’s talent for music was passed on. As a child, Danny learnt to sing formally with the church choir, and is self-taught in the instruments he plays – an extension of the time spent watching his accomplished sister and brother, friends and cousins perform. “I remember waking up to our living room full of band gear, after some rehearsal my dad had with a rock n’ roll/country band… As a kid it was like heaven to me then.” Danny’s smooth and soulful style proves to be very popular in many cafes, bars and festivals. “Most of the songs I choose to play have a common thread of love. This wasn’t deliberate. It just happened to be. Firstly because I initially loved the sound, and then the lyrics that accompanied that sound just confirmed it for me.