Press Release – Hospice West Auckland
Come and join us for a relaxing afternoon of Jazz and sunshine at our picturesque Henderson venue which reflects the viticulture of the area and therefore looks and feels like a Tuscan winery experience.Davis Funerals presents “Jazz in the Vines”: Raising funds for Hospice West Auckland
Date: 12th February 2012 between 2-5pm
Venue: Davis Funerals, 150 Central Park Drive, Henderson.
Tickets essential and only $20.
To book, phone: (09) 835 3557 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and join us for a relaxing afternoon of Jazz and sunshine at our picturesque Henderson venue which reflects the viticulture of the area and therefore looks and feels like a Tuscan winery experience. And with that in mind, bring yourself, your partner or the whole family. Bring a picnic rug, a few snacks and maybe a bottle of wine or alternatively food and wine can be purchased on the day. Provided is a great venue, the Jazz, and free tea and coffee.
All money raised will go to Hospice West Auckland.
Leza launched her singing career at age 3 with an impromptu rendition of DoReMi in the Waitomo Caves. The crowd cheered – she was hooked! She became a studio session singer, adding her vocals to countless tracks by NZ artists including Moana, Dave Parker, 3 the Hard Way, Kantuta, Greg Johnson and Jan Hellreigel. Leza became a collaborator in Strawpeople. Her lead vocals on the haunting APRA Silver Scroll winning “Sweet Disorder” won her the ear of the industry and a place in the CD collections of thousands of kiwis.
After numerous TV spots, three Christmas’s in the Park and two Starlight Symphonies. Leza continues to wow crowds with the inimitable music and energy that is UNION, and has been adding more strings to her musical bow as a DJ and by singing a little sultry jazz around town.
About Hospice West Auckland
Hospice West Auckland is a registered charitable trust dedicated to improving the quality of life for West Aucklanders with life-threatening conditions. We provide comfort and dignity at end of life. We offer a unique blend of medical and holistic (inclusive) care. Our assistance is practical, physical, emotional and spiritual, and we extend our services to families/whanau and carers. We offer support both at Hospice House and in the home, and we can provide inpatient care where needed. We are also here to help those who are grieving for their loved ones.
2012 is Hospice West Auckland’s silver jubilee (25th) year.
Find more information at http://www.wah.org.nz/node/158