Review
4 years ago
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Choreographed by the talented Melanie Lane, Nightdance is a piece of contemporary dance that, in a highly artistic and subtle fashion, explores the human body experiences in Melbourne’s nightclub and bar scene. Covering nightclubs, rave halls, the gay scene, and jazz/cabaret clubs, the show is breathtaking in its scope and presentation of night life and...
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News
6 years ago
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This year, the Melbourne International Jazz Festival is packed with jazz legends like Pharoah Sanders, Herbie Hancock and Dee Dee Bridgewater. It’s an impressive line-up, and if you’re into jazz, you could ask for no more. If you’re not particularly into jazz, this year’s the year for you to change that. There’s a whole lot of...
Music
6 years ago
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At only 37, Belgian-born Jef Neve has a storied career as an innovative and acclaimed jazz musician and piano virtuoso. His music is both playful and elegant, and he is one of the foremost voices in contemporary jazz piano. He has done everything from composing film scores to playing in major jazz festivals – and in...
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Review
8 years ago
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40
Located right in the beach, the Manly Jazz Festival is truly one of the greatest events in the Australian jazz world. With an eclectic mix of ragtime, blues, funk, swing and big band, just to name a few, the various ensembles and artists performed to an exceptional standard. It was absolutely fantastic. The weather was glorious,...
Music
8 years ago
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75
New Classics is classic albums, movies, TV shows, books, and other pop culture-y things revisited by young people who haven’t listened, read or watched them before. We don’t bother rating them, because they’re classics for a reason. Ella Fitzgerald is a name most have heard of, possibly because she more or less reigned over jazz...
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8 years ago
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New Classics is classic albums, movies, TV shows, books, and other pop culture-y things revisited by young people who haven’t listened, read or watched them before. We don’t bother rating them, because they’re classics for a reason. The first I really heard of Billie Holiday was in Clueless. There’s a small gag where Cher tells...