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Jazz it up

03 Feb 2010

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The cool sounds of summer jazz will relax and delight visitors to Dockland’s Mission to Seafarers for five consecutive Fridays.

Starting on February 12 and finishing on March 12, John Scurry’s Fine & Dandy Quartet will start their three hours session from 5.30pm in the picturesque courtyard of the heritage listed building.

Pictured here are guitarist John Scurry and double bass player Leigh Barker.

A $10 entrance fee will contribute to much-needed funds for one of Victoria’s oldest charities.

The mission at 717 Flinders St has been a home away from home for generations of seafarers who are among the world’s most exploited workers.

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