The MJC also recommends SIMA’s Jazz:NOW season.
Beautifully shot studio performances are paired with bonus vintage footage from the Australian jazz documentary The Pulse and features iconic artists including The Necks, Barney McAll, Darren Percival, Scott Tinkler.
Opening the season on Saturday June 6, National Jazz Award-winning bassist and Thirsty Merc rocker Phil Stack meets celebrated jazz and soul vocalist Virna Sanzone (followed by the Bernie McGann Trio with Sandy Evans and the Mike Nock’s Big Small Band).
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The Melbourne Jazz Co-Op
The Melbourne Jazz Co-operative is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting and promoting original live jazz performance by established and emerging artists in Melbourne.
Since 1983 our objectives have been to increase the exposure of contemporary jazz performance by making it accessible to audiences, and to provide award waged performance opportunities for emerging and established artists. Read more about how we are funded.
The Melbourne Women’s International Jazz Festival commences this Sunday night, and has managed to offer plenty of worthwhile music, with some ‘new’ younger groups, as well as two Sydney acts.
When I was teaching classroom Music at Kew High School, one of the benefits in recent years was the opportunity to sit...
While the Wangaratta Festival is in recession this year, two interstate festival events which were timed to coincide with it – the Perth International Jazz Festival and the Sydney Women’s International Jazz Festival – are both offering strong programs, with several international and interstate artists.
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