31st May - 9th June 2019: Celebrate the 22nd Melbourne International Jazz Festival with the world's leading modern masters and sonic innovators
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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, Piano Club, and Five Below.
The Melbourne Jazz Co-Operative presents music on Sunday nights
The RMIT Red Door Recording Series as part of the Advanced Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production) is a series of performances recorded live by the students in the course under the tutelage of Anthony 'ToK' Norris.
This is your chance to be a part of history with a live recording session of some amazing bands.
Starting at 11:30pm, this late night set of music brings the all night vibe of New York to the heart of Brunswick
As a saxophonist and composer Raymond MacDonald's work is informed by a view of improvisation as a social, collaborative and uniquely creative process that provides opportunities to develop new ways of working musically. Raymond will be joined by Rob Burke (saxophone), Paul Grabowsky (piano), Nick Haywood (bass), Tony Floyd (drums)
Melbourne-based Joe Chindamo is considered a world class jazz pianist, whose individual sound and style has won him many accolades and an international reputation that has seen him perform at such prestigious venues and events as Umbria Jazz Festival, The Tokyo Dome and The Lincoln Centre in New York.
Displacement references the migrant experience when one’s sense of home and community feels somewhat displaced due to the uprooting of one’s life, particularly within an Australian narrative. The latest work from Melbourne based musician, Josh Kelly, Displacement draws from personal experiences especially within the context of moving countries himself.