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The Wefo Sessions

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The inaugural Wefo Sessions is here!

Sunday 28 July - Wefo Manor, Footscray

3.30pm (doors 3.00pm)

Holly Norman | Kay Cai | Rachel Trainor

All tickets $25.00

Join us for an intimate house concert at Wefo Manor in Footscray featuring three very different artists! Holly Norman, Kay Cai and Rachel Trainor will each perform in the relaxed and acoustically divine surrounds of this beautiful residence in the Western ‘burbs of Melbourne.

Each artist will perform one set of original music. Set times and running order will be released prior to the day via the Facebook event for The Wefo Sessions.

Drinks and refreshments will be provided and included in the ticket price.


HOLLY NORMAN is a singer-songwriter, drummer and ukulele enthusiast who combines her classical roots with a love of jazz, chamber pop, and eccentric storytelling. She recorded and released her debut EP, 'Hollypop' in 2013 and currently fronts a quartet under her own name performing at venues across Melbourne. Not heard performing solo for a number of years after her relocation from her home town of Perth, this intimate performance is a chance to hear Holly’s songs both new and old in a show that will demonstrate the childlike potential of imagination and self-expression.

KAY CAI is a passionate, sensitive and versatile pianist whose personal style of improvisation has roots in both the classical and jazz tradition, and tends generally to be calming and reflective in nature. Kay has performed at venues such as the National Gallery of Victoria, BMW Edge at Federation Square, Stones of the Yarra Valley Winery, Zonzo Restaurant and more. She writes her own contemporary arrangements of old hymns, has a special interest in performing the works of women composers, and enjoys exploring the therapeutic qualities of music.

RACHEL TRAINOR is a Melbourne based multi-instrumentalist and songwriter originally from New Zealand. Her new solo project is a mix of dark folk and pop, and she draws influence from artists such as Fleetwood Mac, Chelsea Wolfe and heavier bands such as Graveyard and Greenleaf. Rachel is the drummer for Melbourne based garage/psych trio Honeybone, and can also be found playing various gigs around Melbourne for other artists and cabaret shows.