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Penny King Quartet

Amelia Park Lodge presents an elegant affair for Jazz by the Bay 2018

Sunday 3 June, 6.00-9.00pm,Jazz 'n Shiraz with the Penny King Quartet $99.00 per person plus booking fee. Bookings www.stickytickets.com.au

Showcasing premium Shiraz and superb jazz. Join us for this stylish event held under enclosed marquee, attached to the historic main restaurant. With lounge seating, this special cocktail event includes a welcome drink and delicious tapas throughout the night.

Exclusive opportunity for Jazz and Shiraz guests,Sunday 3 June, 5.00-6.00pm. Begin the evening with an exclusive opportunity to join Ian Baverstock in his Shiraz masterclass. Includes cheeseboard and exclusive wine tasting. $130 per person plus booking fee (includes Jazz n Shiraz event) - Limited to a maximum 25 places. Bookings www.stickytickets.com.au

Penny King Quartet

One of Western Australia's most loved jazz vocalists, Penny King, makes a welcome return to the Jazz by the Bay Festival this year. Joined by a world class trio, Penny is thrilled to be performing at a brand new venue for this year, for an evening of 'Jazz and Shiraz at Amelia Park Lodge.

Penny has played a variety of festivals including the Perth International Jazz festival, the Beaufort Street Festival, the Rottnest 'Jazz on the Rock' Festival and the York Jazz Festival. Penny moved on to the national stage in 2013, with her album Journey, recorded with her quintet, which was subsequently shortlisted for Best Australian Jazz Vocal Album at the 2014 Australian Jazz 'Bell' Awards.

Amelia Park Lodge

Previously known as Newton House and built in 1852, the Restaurant, combined with the Guesthouse and the recently constructed Tavern, displaying a rich tapestry of European deluxe styling, make up the Amelia Park Lodge, located in Abbey Western Australia.

The Restaurant is the original historic dwelling on the property. This building with low-stoop doorways and high ceilings, has been lovingly restored with the conservatory as a welcomed addition to the front of the building. The history of the building is displayed in the images on the walls, and by the showcasing of original features, such as the kitchen stove in the main foyer. It's an authentic tribute to local history, and has a delightful menu to boot.