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Wilson Keller and Keller/Wilson/Hale

The Jazzlab 27 Leslie Street (off Brunswick Street), Brunswick, Victoria

Acclaimed pianist Andrea Keller & saxophonist Tim Wilson new live CD, Consider This, recently won the 2017 Australian Jazz ‘Bell’ Award for Best Australian Instrumental Album.

$15 – $20

Jeremy Rose Quartet

The Jazzlab 27 Leslie Street (off Brunswick Street), Brunswick, Victoria

(Syd/Melb) - CD Launch Jeremy Rose is an award-winning Sydney saxophonist-composer with numerous accolades including the 2015 APRA Professional Develop me nt Award for Jazz, the 2009 Bell Award for Young Australian Jazz Artist of the Year, and second place at the 2016 National Jazz Saxophone Awards competition. He recently added a 2017 Australian Jazz […]

$15 – $20

Anton Delecca Quartet

The Jazzlab 27 Leslie Street (off Brunswick Street), Brunswick, Victoria

Anton Delecca’s Quartet plays powerful, emotionally driven music with influences spanning contemporary NYC jazz to the spiritual jazz of Alice Coltrane and Middle Eastern influences.

$15 – $20

Spirograph Studies – with guest Kieran Hense

The Jazzlab 27 Leslie Street (off Brunswick Street), Brunswick, Victoria

Spirograph Studies has leapt onto the Australian music scene, with their detailed, textural approach to playing improvised music. Inventors of the 'gromp', this strong collection of music-makers each bring their unique voice to the stage as part a united front, led by bassist Tamara Murphy.

$15 – $20

MJC Collective

The Jazzlab 27 Leslie Street (off Brunswick Street), Brunswick, Victoria

This is a Collective group, formed from bandleaders (and composers), to highlight the work undertaken by the MJC. It was an initiative of tenor saxophonist Mirko Guerrini, who moved to Melbourne from Italy.

Kade Brown Quintet

The Jazzlab 27 Leslie Street (off Brunswick Street), Brunswick, Victoria

The quintet, which drew a large audience for the MJC at Bennetts Lane in January, will present new material, including a Suite, the first movement of which won the Monash Jazz Prize.

$15 – $20