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Mercutio is a very cool, classy and popular 2 to 5 piece jazz / pop ensemble that is based in Melbourne but performs everywhere :

· Luxury hotels, exclusive bars and clubs
· Fine restaurants and wineries
· Weddings, birthdays & other celebrations
· Corporate functions and events
· Concerts and festival events

Mercutio has an extensive range of music, appealing to all audiences and ages : jazz , swing , pop, soul, Latin, blues, rock ; all given the distinctive mercutio jazz treatment : outstanding vocals, virtuoso keyboard, the best sax in town and world class percussion.

Mercutio members are highly talented and accomplished musicians who have performed across Australia, Europe, North and South America, China, Britain and Spain with artists such as John Farnham, the Four Tops, James Morrison, Kate Cebrano, Powder finger, Renee Geyer, Grand Wazoo, Marina Prior, David Hirshfelder and Rhonda Dallimore. Their profile also includes numerous television appearances, recordings, commercials and major concerts.

A snapshot of Mercutio’s Melbourne venues and clients includes :
The Hotel Sofitel Melbourne, Breezes @ Crown Casino, The Grand Hyatt on Collins, The Carlton Crest Hotel, The Hotel Windsor, Ripponlea, Channel 9, Shadow fax Winery, Intercontinental Melbourne Rialto, Hotel Manningham, The City of Melbourne Outdoor Concert Series, Collingwood Football Club, Warrnambool Wunta Jazz Festival, Leonda on the Yarra, Wellers, The Yarraville Club, The Terrace @ Royal Botanical Gardens.

Mercutio is extremely versatile and can be anything you want them to be : a duo, trio, quartet and more, in any combination of vocal, keyboard, grand piano, sax / flute and percussion.

Their music features distinctive arrangements of the works of such diverse artists as Sting, Van Morrison, Michael Buble, Sinatra, Snow Patrol, Leonard Cohen, the Drifters, Cole Porter, Cat Stevens, Joe Jackson, Irving Berlin, Pete Murray, Dragon, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Joe Cocker and Gershwin.