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Jazz in Australia #5 : News (Australian) Article : Australian Music Centre

Jazz in Australia #5 : News (Australian) Article : Australian Music Centre | Australian jazz | Scoop.it
Jazz in Australia #5 by Miriam Zolin, Resonate Magazine, 7 Feb 2013.
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Radio Australia's Jazz Notes | The SWLing Post

Radio Australia's Jazz Notes | The SWLing Post | Australian jazz | Scoop.it
Jazz Notes showcases the best in Australian jazz, often featuring new and original recordings made in ABC's studios. The show is hosted by Ivan Lloyd and has been offered on Radio Australia for several years.
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NEW DIRECTION FOR WAY OUT WEST

NEW DIRECTION FOR WAY OUT WEST | Australian jazz | Scoop.it
REVIEW: Way Out West, 9pm  on Sunday 3 February, 2013, Bennetts Lane Jazz Club Peter Knight trumpet and flugelhorn, Satsuki Odamura (Sydney) koto and bass koto, Paul Williamson saxophones, Ray Pere...
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Another great blog post by Roger Mitchell

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The Trilling Wire 2013 | 7 & 8 February

The Trilling Wire 2013 | 7 & 8 February | Australian jazz | Scoop.it
This February, Clocked Out presents The Trilling Wire – Australia's most innovative contemporary music groups brought to your doorstep. The Trilling Wire mini-festival is now in its third year and features two free performances ...
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Jazz in Australia #4 - Miriam Zolin's column

Jazz in Australia #4 - Miriam Zolin's column | Australian jazz | Scoop.it

Resonate Magazine, 22 Nov 2012.

 

"Sometime in the early 2000s, Paul Grabowsky - jazz composer, pianist, leader and articulate advocate of the arts - had a letter published in The Age that said we have in our Australian jazz scene 'a fertile, active milieu existing as part of a generational continuum'. He said much more, too, on related subjects; he'd been galvanised by the 'ideological conservatism' that characterised the Ken Burns documentary Jazz that had just finished airing on the ABC, and he was scathing in his critique of City of Melbourne and Arts Victoria decisions to scrap funding for the Melbourne Jazz Festival.

Plus ça change?"


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