Country and Jazz Brunch amidst Arts critics Orchestra from Berlin at MLH

Popular music based on the folk style of the southern rural United States or on the music of cowboys in the American West: country. And Jazz music will be on focus on 4th July when Mount Lavinia Hotel celebrates Uncle Sam’s Independence Day by paying homage to USA’s original art form, both past and present, along with a great and grand American style brunch.

The Country and Jazz Sunday Brunch will surface a spread that is synonymous to the Sunday Brunch in the USA with entertainment that brings in a swing to things. Iced Seafood if you are into Oysters, fresh prawns, a caesar salad bar with creative salads too, good ole Apple Pie, Hickory Smoked Prime Ribs, Sushi Bar, Crab Bar, BBQ Ribs, Ceviche Bar, Roast Tom Turkey, New York Cheese Cake are just a few to tempt your taste buds.

In addition experience uplifting live jazz, and the western swing of country accompanied by delicious brunch-time food that brings out the best of Mount Lavinia Hotel’s signature items: fresh air and sunshine at the poolside Governor’s Restaurant; or just splash out on a most indulgent Fourth of July spread to break those Sunday Blues. While you dine, the smooth-jazz stylings of Jazz in Focus, the western swing by the Cosmic Rays plays gently with the country feel will keep you entertained: Let the good times roll, states Mr Anura Dewapura, General Manager Mount Lavinia Hotel.

In partnership with the German Cultural Institute in Sri Lanka Art Critics Orchestra from Germany will liven the Terrace on the 9th and 10th July 2010.

Art Critics surface music that is more electronic one could call it “Punk for Adults.”It is a set up of enjoyable popular tunes played by people who enjoy good music and its interpretation,” states the Goethe Institute who have been very supportive in many initiatives surfaced by Mount Lavinia Hotel.

The Goethe Institute further adds, “The group was founded by Andreas Schlagegel and it consists of members who are more than musicians they are critics, curators and exhibition designers of art who import their professionalism to describe themselves in indeed musical terms.”

  • Raimar Stange – bass guitar
  • Andreas Schlagegel – drums and vocal
  • Agnes Wegner – vocal
  • Ole Wulfers – lead guitar

The Country and Jazz Sunday Brunch will be only on the 4th of July to honour Independence Day from 11am noon till 3pm and cost LKR2600 per person which includes Food and Beverage; Art Critics Orchestra amidst German food and beverage will take place on 9th and 10th July at the Terrace and cost LKR2000 per person which includes Food and Beverage. The sponsors for the event on 9th and 10th are Cargills and Ceylon Breweries.

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