Performance dates & times

Sunday 2 Sep
12:00 PM

Running Time 1 hour 30 minutes, including interval

Price range

Gluten Free
Groups 8+

Please Note: Ticket sales close 3pm Friday 31 August.

Groups larger than 8 will be split over more than one table, and bookings smaller than 8 will be sharing a table with others.

If you wish to sit with friends who have made a separate booking, we will need to be advised of this at the time of booking.

All online orders are subject to a Service Charge of up to $8.50 per order, plus any optional additional postage charges

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Enjoy high tea with a different live act every month!

September's event combines sounds of strings and guitar with ARIA award-winning digeridoo virtuoso, William Barton.

William has collaborated with symphonies around the world, including London Philharmonic, Brooklyn Philharmonic and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. His recent successes include writing and performing music for the play The Long Forgotten Dream – which has premiered at Sydney Opera House to rave reviews.

Join us on a journey of the Australian landscape as William encapsulates Indigenous art, culture and history through his fusion of musical languages. Blending classical and contemporary sounds, he paints a vivid picture inspired by how we walk together as one on this vast nation.

William will be accompanied by his partner and acclaimed violist, Véronique Serret. Véronique has performed with some of the most renowned contemporary artists and orchestras from around the world – including Joanna Newsom, Inga Lilijestrom, Megan Washington, Sarah Blasko, Missy Higgins, Opera Australia and Australian Chamber Orchestra.

After a complimentary glass of Azahara bubbles on arrival, indulge in a three tiered stand of sweet and savoury delights and freshly brewed tea. All while enjoying this incredible performance.

  • Azahara Wines

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