George Washingmachine

 

George is an entertainer. He works mainly in the jazz world. He plays jazz violin and sings. He sometimes plays the guitar and double bass. George is also a visual artist.

George has played all of the major festivals around Australia. He also performs for many corporate clients.

George tours regularly in Europe appearing at festivals in France, Switzerland & The UK.

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In December 2015 George took his group “Feel The Manouche” to Cuba, where they appeared at The Havana International Jazz Festival. George has a current CD inspired by this trip.

George is also appearing in “The Conductor & The Clown” with maestro George Ellis. In 2015 this show appeared with The Canberra Symphony Orchestra at Llewellyn Hall in Canberra, and the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra at The Concourse Theatre in Chatswood.

In 2017 this show played at Angel Place, Sydney. New show The Maestro & The Magician made it’s debut in Canberra July 2017.

2017 saw George appearing at The Thredbo Blues Festival, The Tamworth Country Music Festival, The Clarence Jazz Festival in Tasmania, The Thredbo Jazz Festival, Tours of France & Switzerland in June, and a Rhine River Tour from Basel to Amsterdam in August.

2018 Maestro & The Magician appeared at The Concourse Theatre in Chatswood. George has also just finished his Ambassadorial role at The Clarence Jazz Festival in Hobart. April saw him at The Singapore Jazz Festival. George has just returned from BRAVO tour on The Radiance Of The Seas.

George toured the USA in May. He performed in New Orleans, New York & was jazz violin teacher in residence at Swinging Strings Fest in Port Townsend.

He came back to Sydney where he partook in an art show at Glass Art in Glebe.

He then appeared in The Maestro & The Magician at The Joan Sutherland Centre.

From late June through to early August George went to Europe, where he appeared at The Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland, club dates in and around London, Festivals in France, a tour of Germany and finally a festival in Kesckamet, Hungary.