Make a Splash for our wildlife at the Matilda Street Gallery

Jimm Jamm, Julie Kovendy and Ethan Frankel are Splash and will be appearing at the Matilda Street Gallery on Saturday 3 December in support of WIRES Mid North Coast

ART lovers of both the visual arts and performing arts will be able to get a double fix on Saturday, 3 December when Macksville’s Matilda Street Gallery hosts the feast of musicality that is Julie Kovendy and Splash.

Julie and her über talented accomplices, guitarist Ethan Frankel and bass man Jimm Jamm, will donate their time and talent on this artful evening to raise money for the Wildlife Information Rescue and Education Service, Mid North Coast (WIRES MNC).

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Julie Kovendy told News Of The Area, “It will be an evening of jazz standards, Latin, 60s pop and a few surprises thrown in that we are sure the audience will love.

“We know WIRES carers have their hands full looking after sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife and we wanted to do something to help.”

Julie Kovendy and Splash have been performing in their current line up for just under two years and have delighted audiences wherever they have played.

Julie has a lifetime of experience in music and has been singing and playing guitar on the Mid North Coast for sixteen years.

Ethan Frankel is a well known classically trained musician and there seems to be no limit to the styles of guitar in his repertoire.

Jimm Jamm brings his vast experience on bass guitar to the trio and is widely considered to be one of the best in the business.

On the same evening Macksville’s Matilda Street Gallery will open their Summer Art Show giving art lovers double the reason for attending.

The Summer Art Show opens at 5:00 pm and the performance by Julie Kovendy and Splash will begin at 6:30 pm.

Entry will be by donation and there will be a raffle for WIRES MNC on the night.

It is recommended to bring your own refreshments and nibbles on the evening and it is also recommended to arrive early to see the artwork before the music starts.


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