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Enchante (Live)

by Enchante

Performing live at Wizard Tone Studios, this award-winning jazz vocal ensemble sing it all, from be-bop to ballad, blues to fusion, solo to ensemble.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Everybody's Boppin' (Live)
2:10 album only
2. Body and Soul (Live) [feat. Ava Loechel]
2:44 album only
3. Ain't No Sunshine (Live) [feat. Hannah Brown]
3:14 album only
4. Moonglow (Live)
3:03 album only
5. Gone (Live) [feat. Tiffany Babidge]
4:35 album only
6. L-O-V-E (Live)
2:58 album only
7. Steamroller Blues (Live) [feat. Isabelle Norman]
3:14 album only
8. I Hear Your Name (Live) [feat. Isabelle Norman, Hannah Brown, Tiffany Babidge & Ava Loechel]
6:32 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes

Enchante is a 17-piece jazz vocal ensemble from St Peter's Girls' School in Stonyfell, South Australia. Founded in 2004 by their Musical Director Sari Noble, this multi award-winning choir explores a wide range of genres including jazz, contemporary, pop and gospel. Since its inception, Enchante has had the privilege of performing alongside extraordinary jazz artists including "The Idea of North", Don Burrows, Kevin Hunt, Tommy Emmanuel, Emma Pask and Ross Irwin. Enchante has experienced extraordinary success at the Generations in Jazz music festival founded by James Morrison. Over the last few years they have placed 1st in the 3 top divisions of this renowned jazz festival, and have also been credited for best jazz vocalist in the top 2 divisions. Enchante is accompanied by David Goodwin on piano, Robyn Habel on bass and John McDermott on drums.


Tiffany Babidge
Marley Banham
Charlotte Bleby
Emma Bleby
Hannah Brown
Mary Brownridge
Nicola Jones
Antonia Kirsten-Parsch
Funto Komolafe
Annabelle Langley
Ava Loechel
Emily Loh
Isabelle Norman
Emeshe Robson
Aditi Tamhankar
Ellen Zhang
Rune Chi Zhao


Rachel Banham
Angel Li
Faye Ma
Zoe Vine-Hall
Cheri Wong

Musical Director

Sari Noble graduated from the Adelaide Conservatorium of Music in 1990 and was the recipient of the Musica Viva Award for Music Education. She has since received an award for noteworthy service as a music educator and is truly passionate about the delivery of music education as a means of developing a student's sense of self-worth and confidence. Although grounded in a strong classical tradition, Sari first developed her love of vocal jazz when she became the pianist for Australian based group “The Adelaide Connection”. Touring and performing extensively with this group, she had the opportunity to perform with Australian jazz icons James Morrison, Don Burrows, George Golla, Bob Barnard and Errol Buddle. Sari has recorded on many albums over the years, both as Musical Director and pianist. She currently works as a teacher and choral director at St Peter's Girls' School.


David Goodwin completed his Honours year of the Bachelor of Music (Jazz Performance) degree in 2017. An extraordinary musician, David is a versatile pianist and trumpet player, working professionally on a regular basis in the Adelaide music scene. Under the tutelage of Tony Lilywhite, David has been trained in both jazz and classical performance and received accolades in both areas, notably the James Morrison Scholarship in 2014, a distinction in the AMEB Certificate of Performance for piano in 2016, and as a winner of a Downbeat student award in 2017.


As a bass player, songwriter and educator, Robyn Habel has recorded as a support artist and as an artist in her own right on many albums. She has supported Stevie Wonder, Tom Jones and Crowded House, and played with Don Burrows, George Golla, James Morrison, Matt Monore, Judith Durham and The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, to name a few. Robyn is a music educator at The Elder Conservatorium and is currently teaching at St Peter's Girls' School. She continues to perform live with her original band and freelances with other bands as a bass player. Robyn has accepted several commissions to compose songs for the Primary Schools’ Festival of Music and The Dream Big Children’s Festival, and she co-produced the award winning music documentary ‘Little Artists Big Dreams’ screened in Australia and the UK.


John McDermott has had an extensive and varied career spanning 30 years as a drummer, and is best known for his versatility and musicality. An awarded musician both academically and professionally, John graduated in 1997 from the University of Adelaide with a scholarship-funded Honours degree in Jazz Performance. In the same year, he was runner-up in the “best up and coming drummer” competition at Melbourne’s Ultimate Drummer’s Weekend and was also one of 10 finalists in the Wangaratta Jazz Festival’s national jazz awards. John has performed with many notable artists such as James Morrison, James Muller, Peter Cupples, Jon English, Jenny Morris, Rick Price and Tom Burlinson. He has toured both nationally and internationally as a performer and educator and has made many festival appearances around Australia, including the John McDermott Quartet’s debut performance at the 2011 Valley Jazz Festival in Brisbane.

Many thanks to Sally Rounsevell (Director of Music at St Peter's Girls' School) who instigated and administrated this recording, to Erin McKellar for her exceptional vocal coaching and support, to Rod Ennis for his fabulous string arrangement, to Jeanne Phillips (Arts Administrator) for her meticulous organisation and to Wizard Tone Studios (James Brown and Jarrad Payne) for their wonderful studio and audio engineering skills. Thanks also to Hayley McLauchlan for her amazing artwork and Caroline Kelly for her brilliance in the area of promotions and publicity.



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