Trish Delaney-Brown Quintet: Live @ The Boilerhouse | Hydro Majestic


Date(s) - 07/12/2019
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Hydro Majestic

Trish Delaney-Brown Quintet: Live @ The Boilerhouse | Hydro Majestic

The Trish Delaney-Brown Quintet heads to the Mountains’ original party palace to perform songs from their latest project, ABC Jazz Digital release ‘The Game’. Bringing Trish’s distinctive music to life are some of Sydney’s finest jazz musicians – Nic Cecire (drums); Greg Coffin (piano); Karl Dunnicliff (bass); and Jeremy Sawkins (guitar).

Date: Saturday, December 7th, 2019
Location: The Boilerhouse @ The Hydro Majestic Hotel

Doors Open: 7:30 pm
First Set: 8:00-8:45 pm
Second Set: 9:15-10:00 pm

Tickets: $35 – Book online or call Chris on 0411 954 826

“…a grown, worldly woman-voice, one of happy and sad and all the gospel colours in between.” John Hardaker AustralianJazz.Net

“Trish Delaney-Brown is a master poet…first your heart, then your intellect, and finally your soul is caressed by her beautiful thoughts”. Thomas King RARB USA

It’s been 10 years since Trish hung up her ‘ Idea of North’ a cappella hat. During her 15 years with the Aria winning group, Trish’s songwriting was well utilized, and her efforts garnered a number of awards.

** Songwriter of the Year – Australian Songwriters Association (2003); ‘Best Jazz Song” – 2005 CARA’s (USA); “Best jazz Fusion/Gospel Song” and “Best Gospel Lyric” – Australian
Gospel Music Awards (2007); Jazz Songwriting (shortlisted) – APRA Development Awards (2009/2017).

With her latest project, Trish has returned to what she loves best – a small, tight ensemble performing original material in which the voice functions both as a storyteller, and as an additional instrument, wordless and blended.

“…a grown, worldly woman-voice, one of happy and sad and all the gospel colours in between.” John Hardaker AustralianJazz.Net

“By turns sensitive, driving, sympathetic and dynamic, the Trish Delaney- Brown Quintet promises an evening of “soaring vocals, soulful solos and evocative lyrics. Trish sings the truth every time. When I need to hear beautiful singing I go and hear Trish Delaney-Brown”. James Valentine ABC 702

What else do I need to know? . . .

Parking @ The Boilerhouse:
The Hydro Majestic Hotel has an onsite parking right next to the Boilerhouse . . . and it’s free!

Dining @ The Wintergarden:
Why not have dinner at The Hydro Majestic Hotel before the show? Experience the gourmet delights with dinner in the Wintergarden which showcases the fresh seasonal produce sourced from local suppliers in the Blue Mountains area. Enjoy our chef’s selection of entrées and desserts along with our selection of mains. Our dinner menu allows the Hydro Majestic to provide you with a unique regional dining experience.
Call +61 2 4782 6885 or book online.

Dining & Drinks @ The Boilerhouse:
A full bar, featuring regional beer, wine and cider, and a light tapas menu is available to order at The Boilerhouse during all ‘Live @ The Boilerhouse’ shows. Check out what’s on offer by heading to – &

Accessibility @ The Boilerhouse:
The Boilerhouse is wheelchair accessible with a convenient lift to access the building, and there are disabled parking spaces next to the venue.

Public Transport @ The Boilerhouse:
Whilst The Hydro Majestic Hotel is across the road from Medlow Bath train station, the most convenient transport option to The Boilerhouse is Taxi. Call Katoomba Radio Cabs on (02) 4782 1311 – they offer fast and friendly service!

The Hydro Majestic Hotel Blue Mountains

52 - 988 eat Western Hwy, Medlow Bath NSW 2780

The iconic & revitilised Hydro Majestic is open and offers event space, dining options and accommodation. Bookings are now being taken.
The Hydro Majestic Hotel has a history and a mythology that follows the map of our nation from Federation and through two world wars to present day. Now, the long awaited opportunity to peel back its layers and rediscover the essence of the most famous historic holiday resort in the Blue Mountains has arrived.

The ‘Hydro’ is scheduled to open in two stages, with stage one of the public areas to be opened on the 31st of October 2014. Past glories, architectural and design aspects, and lost atmospherics will be revived and rediscovered, while a touch of the here-and-now is set to take the building into the future.