Jennie Khan

Freelance Cellist and Teacher

Jennie Khan is an Auckland based cellist and cello teacher. She has a variety of experience performing both here and in Europe and has been teaching students of all ages for many years.


Dec
16
to Dec 20

'Twas the Night before Christmas

A unique evening of entertainment in the Victorian tradition, with music, stories, letters and even some games. Come and soak up the ambience of this beautiful historic home, if you arrive a little early you can enjoy a glass of wine and explore the house and its lovely grounds. After the concert indulge in an opulent supper with the performers.
Starring Cathie Harrop, George Henare with musicians Paul Harrop Jennie Khan and Dave Khan.

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Dec
7
7:00 PM19:00

No Regrets Sampler @ IKA

Musicians Jennie Khan, Amanda Kirk, Louise Andrew, Celina Reyes and more, perform a selection of tunes from their upcoming cabaret show at IKA Fish restaurant 'Busker Mondays'. 

The show pulls it's inspiration from the great divas of the golden age of hollywood and cabaret. Edith Piaf, Marlene Dietrich and Judy Garland. The unusual instrumentation lends itself to Jennie's original arrangements of these classic tunes.

Busker Monday's is a unique concept at IKA where you can eat from the busker menu and pay what you like for the meal, then put something in the hat for the musicians providing the evenings entertainment.

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Nov
21
10:00 AM10:00

Beaumont Belles - Christmas Garden Festival

The Beaumont Belles duo will feature as part of the entertainment at this pre-christmas garden festival at the historic Highwic House. Playing a selection of original arrangements, classic tunes and christmas favourites in the ballroom at various times throughout the day. $10 entry.

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Aug
2
2:00 PM14:00

They Also Serve

Cathie Harrop and Illona Rodgers return for another performance of this popular show presenting the women of WWI and their stories from abroad and on the home front. They are joined by musicians Paul Harrop and Jennie Khan.

There will be 2 shows one at 2pm and a second at 7pm.
Tickets $25 on sale at The Storyteller in 58-60 Arawa St

Visit www.cathieharrop.com for more information.

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Jun
12
8:00 PM20:00

The Bering Sea

Auckland singer-songwriter Alan Meharry leads this multi-instrumental band, with a stellar line up of Liz Stokes on trumpet, Jennie Khan on cello, Amanda Cheng on bass, Neil Watson on guitar and pedal steel and Ron Samson on drums. Let The Bering Sea's original songs tear at your emotions with their ballad-like tunes that easily fade into full blown instrumental tirades.

Tickets not yet on sale. 

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May
10
3:00 PM15:00

A Garland of Songs for Mothers day

Treat your mother to a special afternoon concert of performances from some of Auckland's talented young musicians. Alongside performances from cellist Jennie Khan you will also hear from the likes of soprano Amanda Kirk, harpist Louise Andrew and pianist and accompanist William Green. Enjoy a glass of wine or juice before the concert being held in the splendid historic Highwic House in Newmarket.
Tickets $25.

For bookings phone (09) 479 2361 or email concert@vodafone.co.nz

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Apr
16
to Apr 19

They Also Serve

Cathie Harrop and Illona Rodgers present the stories and characters from New Zealand during the First World War; Those that were left at home and those who managed to get out and do their bit. Tales are interspersed with music from the time from musicians Jennie Khan and Paul Harrop.

Performance times:

16 April 6:30pm
18 April 2:00pm
19 April 2:00pm

Bookings through Auckland Museum

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Apr
10
9:00 PM21:00

The Bering Sea

Auckland Singer Songwriter Alan Meharry and his band Bering Sea play catchy original tunes backed up by an amazing lineup of keyboard, slide/guitar, trumpet, cello, bass and drums who build up the songs to epic proportions. Beyring Sea will be playing at The Thirsy Dog along with other Auckland stalwarts Bernie Griffen and the Thin Men.

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