“Any place can fit our music, any place can be the right place for an experience like this. The music itself creates inner spaces in each listener.”
Xani is a virtuoso musician who sees no boundaries in music. At times during the concert, she tapped a rhythm on her violin; other times, used her fingers along the strings to find the exact effect she wanted.
Jazzmeia Horn’s scatting is like nothing I’ve ever heard — her originality of interpretation transcends.
The audience was treated to Kurt Elling’s distinctive, creative vocalese, punctuated by the scintillating lyrical embellishments of guitarist Charlie Hunter as well as his masterful solos. It was a case of dual sheer artistry.
It’s been almost a quarter of a century since Trichotomy first ventured into their quest to explore the possibilities of the jazz piano trio formation, […]
If you are in Canberra, make sure not to miss the Street Theatre’s latest production. Creswick (a.k.a. Liam Budge) presents In His Words: Voices of […]
“I’m very much a bassist in the sense that for a long time I’ve been in that supportive role, playing for a variety of artists of different genres. And with that I’ve had the good fortune to travel to different parts of the world, and live in The US. That exposure to different people and different sounds I think are what I consider to be some of the highlights.”
I first met Mina Yu at a Fem Belling performance; I was instantly blown away by her playing, her crisp sound, and the way that […]
The words ‘ethno-jazz’ and ‘folk-jazz’ often come up, when people try to describe Zela Margossian‘s music, but make no mistake: this is not a sub-genre, […]
In a program of jazz, blues, a touch of hillbilly bluegrass and a dash of gospel, Dianne Cripps shared some of her experiences growing up in the South, regaling the audience with stories and explaining why particular songs were special to her.