Roxy Live

Welcome to Roxy Live, bringing live entertainment to the Eastern suburbs

 
Join us on Thursday nights for a variety of live entertainment including stand up, musical performances, slam poetry, and much, much more.
 
 
Curated by the lovely Roxy Cinema team, our hand selected performances take place in the Coco Restaurant on the ground floor of the Roxy, allowing you to enjoy the spoils of our small plates menu and imbibe with our specially trained cocktail artists' creations.
 
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Thursday 11th of November
7:30pm
 
Roxy Live Presents
Zoe Ioannou Sextet
 
Saxophonist Zoe Ioannou leads a new sextet, made up of some of the top versatile jazz musicians in Wellington. The ensemble will be playing a mix of classic jazz standards, original compositions and modern jazz arrangements. Joining Zoe are her good friends and collaborators:
 
 
Travers Jordaan (guitar),
Daniel Yeabsley (bass),
Peter Brzozowski (trumpet),
Ayrton Foote (piano)
John Rae (drums).
 
 
About Zoe:
Zoe Ioannou is a New Zealand born-Greek saxophonist. She has spent half her life in New Zealand and the other half in Greece where she has built a profile of work in both countries. Such highlights of her musical career includes performing at the Athens Technopolis Jazz Festival, Athens Blues and Jazz Festival having a residency with the Greek Radio Symphony Orchestra, and performing at the Wellington Jazz Festival. Currently studying jazz at the New Zealand School of Music, she has a deep appreciation for all music and sounds, and her original work and music projects are a reflection of her and the world around her. Outside of performing and composing, she has been a radio announcer for the BBC, and currently works as a DJ for RadioActive.FM in Wellington, Radio New Zealand, and the NTS network based in the UK and US.
 
Tickets
$15 General Admission