Some great gigs that you might want to buy tickets to before they sell out
Featuring a special guest each month, Keller invites Melbourne’s most prodigious creative musicians to perform in a series of nights involving: The Composers’ Circle, Solo/Duo/Trio, Masters & Apprentices, and Five Below.
The Melbourne Jazz Co-Operative presents music on Sunday nights
Soweto Day marks the start of the Soweto Youth uprising of 1976.
Tortoni and Amenta draw on their vast musical influences to create an exciting, challenging and engaging experience who's ultimate aim is for everyone to lose themselves in the moment and to distract you from your mobile devises for a while!
The weekly parties are never the same as the band effortlessly jumps genres, twisting and contorting old world repertoire into something idiosyncratically their own.
ATM15 Big Band are led by award winning composer Andrew Murray. For their new monthly residency at the Jazzlab, Andrew has invited top composers from across Australia to compose new works for the band, with complete freedom to experiment with the band and their writing however they wish. A no holds barred approach.
MFG is the musical collaboration of guitarist Nico Maas, saxophonist Gemma Farrell, and pianist Thomas Goralski. The name MFG acts as an abbreviation for their surnames, as well as the German greeting, Mit freundlichen Grüßen (with friendly greetings).
If you like The Andrews Sisters and Django Reinhardt, then you’ll LOVE The Furbelows. Combining close harmony vocals with a hot club swing rhythm section, they are the ultimate 1930s party band!
Featuring a special guest each month, Andrea Keller invites Melbourne’s most prodigious creative musicians to perform in a series of nights involving: The Composers’ Circle, Solo/Duo/Trio, Masters & Apprentices, and other collaborations.
This Month's Master: Paul Williamson
From folk melody, jazz standard, penned originals, and point zero, Colin Hopkins - piano, Frank Di Sario - bass, and Phil Collings – drums, invite you to experience their symbiotic performances over three nights...