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Musical autobiography: Julien Wilson

Musical autobiography: Julien Wilson

"Best travelling music is still Pat Metheny. "The Precious Jewel" from "Beyond the Missouri Sky", with Charlie Haden. Travelling through the Swiss Italian alps by train for the first time. Laughing and crying at the same time." Read More »

Nick McCusker: “freedom is the big thing Mingus’ music conveys to my life”

Nick McCusker: “freedom is the big thing Mingus’ music conveys to my life”

" I just kept looking into Mingus' music and found that every time I listened to a new album, his music always had this way of blowing my mind like I was listening to Mingus for the first time ever. I was just totally hooked by the end of high school and still am now!" Read More »

Kurt Elling: “Jazz sustains me”

Kurt Elling: “Jazz sustains me”

“I’m so grateful to be able to sing, to make jazz my vocation: I dedicated my life to this; It helps me, it sustains me, it supports me, it has allowed me to travel more and make friends. Besides, singing itself is its own reward”. Read More »

James Mustafa: “an evening promoting the Australian Songbook, what more could you want!”

James Mustafa: “an evening promoting the Australian Songbook, what more could you want!”

"I would like to think that it is exactly that – a statement for Australian Jazz music. It is so important that we as a country and culture embrace, promote and encourage original Australian music – whether in the classical, contemporary, improvised or commercial scenes of music." Read More »

Penny King: “Jazz singing to me is complete freedom”

Penny King: “Jazz singing to me is complete freedom”

"I feel happiest and most 'myself' when I'm singing. An audience member once told me I looked 'zen' on stage and that's pretty much how I feel! I love the fact that it is such an expressive avenue through which to communicate and tell stories". Read More »

Sean Foran: it’s time for some Trichotomy music

Sean Foran: it’s time for some Trichotomy music

" I suppose as we’re all quite aware, there has been SO much incredible trio music, so the challenge [for Trichotomy] is adding something to this already rich repertoire of music; hopefully we’re doing that!" Read More »

An Evolving Francesca Prihasti

An Evolving Francesca Prihasti

"I am very grateful for the opportunity each day to create music and I would love to keep on writing because the more I do it, the more I can discover my own musical voice and it will help me evolve and develop as an artist. Change doesn’t happen instantly. It happens gradually and I want to strive to honing my craft each day”. Read More »