Brisbane jazz vocalist Natalie de Jager.
Brisbane jazz vocalist Natalie de Jager.

Natalie de Jager to entertain tea lovers

THE rich and inventive vocals of Brisbane artist Natalie de Jager and her jazz trio will tumble through the Goomburra township and over the ridges of the Great Dividing Range this weekend.

The Goomburra town hall or the 'Old lady' as they call her has been delighting high tea fanatics during Jumpers and Jazz for the past decade.

"When people start drinking out of china cups they like to throw their little finger in the air," Goomburra Forest Retreat owner and major sponsor Margaret Cairns said.

"There is a fair bit of organisation but we always get a lot of help, the tea is served up in china cup and saucer sets we have collected over the years."

Cupcakes and other bite sized dainty delights have been added to the high tea menu this year.

While the afternoon does promise to have an extremely sophisticated vibe Margaret assures there will be no lack of foot tapping.

"We chose Natalie because we liked her style, it was a mixture - not all high brow," she said about the Brisbane based artist who has recently recorded her second EP, Tea with Natalie.

All proceeds of the event will go to the upkeep of the community hall.

To book phone 4666 6058

WHERE: Goomburra Town Hall, 17 Inverramsay Rd, Goomburra.

WHEN: Tomorrow, 1.30pm for a 2.00pm start.

COST: $15 per person



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