The Adelaide Jazz Festival is a weekend-long program of live performances leading up to UNESCO’s International Jazz Day on 30 April. Presenting a broad range of jazz genres across city venues, its aim is to surprise, inspire and delight audiences by discovering new musical experiences.
Helen Svoboda is a double bassist, vocalist, composer, improviser and nature enthusiast. “With a deep awareness of extra musical concepts that shape inventive improvisation, and great art” (Steve Newcomb, AUS), Helen draws influence from vegetables, flowers and the genres of minimalist neo-classical music, folk and experimental jazz.
When the decision was made to move to an all-online mode of delivery, the Festival reached out tokey organisations across the nation. What came back was unreserved enthusiasm, generosityand drive to make things happen.
It’s time to enjoy live intimate jazz from home and abroad at the 2020 Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival.
After a search for Australia’s most promising young jazz artist, The Music Trusts 2020 Freedman Jazz Fellowship finalists are Niran Dasika (trumpet), Jacques Emery (double bass), Rafael Jerjen (double bass) and Helen Svoboda (double bass)
Linda May Han Oh continued Western Australia’s strong performance by taking home the Art Music Award for Work of the Year: Jazz for her ‘Aventurine’
In September, ABC Jazz will ask audiences to vote for their favourite jazz artists in the first- ever Jazz 100, ahead of a must-listen countdown on 3-4 October.
Submissions now open for Australia’s prestigiousNational Jazz Awards
The club may be closed, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the gigs are still going ahead online, every Thursday. This week JMI Live featured Joel Aspinall
The club may be closed, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the gigs are still going ahead online, every Thursday. This week JMI Live featured Andrew Butt Trio+.