The Monash Jazz & Popular Studies program is based on the African American jazz idiom as a language for learning, but embraces a wide selection of musical styles. The philosophy of the course is to offer a strong technical and musical foundation that allows each student to develop a personal 'voice'.
In the final stages of their studies, this evening will showcase Luke Singleton on drums, James Wheller on keys and Russel Tay on piano.
After relocating here from Perth, acoustic bassist Sam Anning became an ubiquitous part of Melbourne’s jazz scene.
Growing up under the influence of jazz pianist/arranger father Noel Mendoza, Rebecca started on the Jazz scene at an early age singing the swingin’ and sultry songs Cole Porter, Gershwin and Van Heusen to name a few.
Melbourne Based Saxophonist Angela Davis brings her "instinctively melodic approach" to the stage tonight with Marty Holoubek on Bass and Hugh Harvey on Drums.
The weekly parties are never the same as the band effortlessly jumps genres, twisting and contorting old world repertoire into something idiosyncratically their own.
Fund-raiser for medical costs, featuring some of Melbourne's leading jazz artists.