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301 Bob Sedergreen: It’s about the music
Bob Sedergreen has been involved with jazz in the City of Stonnington (in Melb ...
302 21st Century Jazz: Reasons for Hope
Art forms have natural life spans. Epic poetry, Gothic cathedrals, commedia de ...
303 Melbourne Jazz 2008 in Review
Where to now for the Melbourne International Jazz Festival? The event has a ne ...
304 Melbourne Jazz Festival Blog
If you can't attend the Melbourne Jazz Festival, you can at least get some vic ...
305 Melbourne Jazz 2008
BLOGSWriter Miriam Zolin is drinking a dangerous number of short blacks as she ...
306 Australian Jazz Awards - Winners
The winners of the 2008 Australian Jazz Awards - The Bells - were announced at ...
307 Joe Chindamo
It is always a surprise to me when I meet a musician of some stature and find ...
308 Review: The Permanent Underground
The Permanent Underground: Australian Contemporary Jazz in the New Millenium P ...
309 Tony Hobbs 1956 – 2008
Jazz saxophonist, composer, educator and academic Tony Hobbs passed away this ...
310 Melbourne Jazz Festival Chief Steps Down
After three years at the helm, Albert Dadon has resigned as artistic director ...
311 Bell Awards - 2008 Finalists Announced
The finalists for the 2008 Australian Jazz Bell Awards have been announced. C ...
312 Nick McBride: A Postcard From Shanghai
The rise of China as a world power is resulting in more than a surge in Austra ...
313 Nancy Wilson Cancels
&g The Melbourne International Jazz Festival program has been thrown into dis ...
314 Jazz: The Permanent Underground
Jazz scene should not be expected to accept its poverty as a natural and endur ...
315 National Jazz Awards - Finalists Announced
The finalists of the National Jazz Awards have been announced. The 10 pianists ...
316 Thoughts On The Classic Jazz And Ragtime Festival
Now for something not so very different. During a stint at the important SIMA ...
317 Melbourne Jazz - Program Changes
Melbourne Jazz has announced changes to its 2008 program ahead of the festival ...
318 Sonny Rollins in Sydney
Sonny Rollins will make his Australian debut at the Sydney Opera House on 1 Ju ...
319 Sedergreen Wins Don Banks Award
Pianist Bob Sedergreen has won the 2008 Don Banks Music Award, Australia’s m ...
320 Wadada Leo Smith
A warm climate has returned to Australian improvised music that reminds me of ...

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April 21, 2014

Listen/Hear Collective

in News Articles National News Posted by Joanne Kee
The Listen/Hear Collective was created to representing newly composed and created music that slips between the cracks of genres. It aims to service a currently under-served community of composers and performers through presenting, distributing and promoting their work. They are working towards giving a stronger voice to the scene of creative music in which they exist, a scene that draws from a myriad of different musical genres and one that is… Read more
April 21, 2014

An audience with Billie Holiday

in News Articles National News Posted by Joanne Kee
Art Events Australia presents the world premiere of “An Audience with Billie Holiday”, a compelling and moving musical stage play, written by award-winning playwright Neil Cole and starring acclaimed Melbourne-based cabaret performer, Mama Alto as Billie Holiday, accompanied by multi-award winning composer, pianist and musical director, Warren Wills at Chapel Off Chapel from May 7th to 25th. The legendary jazz singer, Billie Holiday was one of… Read more
April 21, 2014

Stonnington Jazz

in News Articles National News Posted by Joanne Kee
From 15 to 25 MAY 2014, for eleven nights the City of Stonnington celebrates the sounds of Australian jazz. Now in its ninth year, Stonnington Jazz has developed a reputation for combining the talents of the country's most loved jazz musicians. This is 100 percent Australian jazz by artists ranging from the emerging to the legendary. In 2013 Stonnington Jazz won the Award for the Best Cultural, Arts or Music Event in Victoria at the Australian… Read more
April 21, 2014

Nominations announced 2014 Australian Jazz Bell Awards

in News Articles National News Posted by Joanne Kee
The 2014 Australian Jazz Bell Awards have announced the following nominations with the overall winners to be announced on Thursday 1 May at the awards ceremony. Whilst there is no question as to the excellence of the artists nominated, it does seem a shame that there is little representation for artists residing outside of Melbourne. There are 7 award categories, live performances and a special presentation to the winner of this year’s Graeme… Read more
April 16, 2014

Brisbane International Jazz Festival 2014 - FULL PROGRAM ANNOUNCED!

in News Articles Queensland Posted by Jim Budd
The 2nd edition of the Brisbane International Jazz Festival presented by Jazz Queensland features a stellar line up of local, interstate and International artists from 4 – 8 June, 2014 at Brisbane venues including the Queensland Multicultural Centre, Brisbane Jazz Club, Queen Street Mall and JMI Live! Opening night Wednesday 4th June award winning Queensland jazz composers Rafael Karlen, Andrew Butt, Louise Denson and Sean Foran showcase their… Read more
April 14, 2014

Greg Osby indelible sax

in Interviews Interviews Posted by Joanne Kee
On the eve of his Australian tour, we caught up for a quick chat with Greg Osby. Saxophonist, composer, producer and educator Greg Osby has made an indelible mark on contemporary jazz as a leader of his own ensembles and as a guest artist with other acclaimed jazz groups for the past 20 years. Highly regarded for his insightful and innovative approach to composition and performance, Osby is a shining beacon among the current generation of jazz… Read more
April 14, 2014

Perth International Jazz Festival 2014

in News Articles National News Posted by Joanne Kee
PERTH INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL RETURNS IN 2014 Following its unprecedented success in 2013, the Perth International Jazz Festival (PIJF) makes its triumphant return to the city from Friday 9 May – Sunday 11 May 2014 with over 30 jazz performances taking place across 12 venues throughout Perth. The three-day festival will feature a blend of ticketed and free community events by a host of celebrated local, national and international jazz… Read more
April 10, 2014

Digital overtakes physical

in News Articles National News Posted by Joanne Kee
Music subscription revenues help drive growth in most major markets IFPI have just released a report on music subscription revenues MORE INFO A special case study on the Australian market has also just been released, with the Australian recorded music industry experienced another transformative year in 2013, as the rapid growth and development in digital music services locally led to digital music (54.7%) overtaking physical music product… Read more
April 08, 2014

Live Performance action plan in Sydney

in News Articles National News Posted by Joanne Kee
The City of Sydney endorsed an action plan for Live Music and performance in Sydney at last nights full Council meeting. This is a five year Live Music and Performance Action Plan. Congratulations to everyone involved. Read more

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