Bent Notes https://joy.org.au/bentnotes JOY's jazz show playing everything from ragtime to remixes Sun, 12 Sep 2021 07:03:39 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.1 JOY's jazz show playing everything from ragtime to remixes JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities clean episodic JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities ppc@joy.org.au ppc@joy.org.au (JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities) JOY Melbourne Inc. JOY's jazz show playing everything from ragtime to remixes Bent Notes http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/wp-content/uploads/sites/107/powerpress/2018-BentNotes2.jpg https://joy.org.au/bentnotes Melbourne, Australia Melbourne, Australia Weekly Tamara’s Spirograph Anteloper Lowlights https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/09/tamaras-spirograph-anteloper-lowlights/ Sun, 12 Sep 2021 06:59:53 +0000 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2341 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/09/tamaras-spirograph-anteloper-lowlights/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/09/tamaras-spirograph-anteloper-lowlights/feed/ 0 <p>Tamara Murphy, Melbourne based educator and player of the Double Bass, chatted with David Moyle about her own ‘Flipped Interviews‘ with male musicians that she works with, using variations of... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/09/tamaras-spirograph-anteloper-lowlights/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/09/tamaras-spirograph-anteloper-lowlights/">Tamara’s Spirograph Anteloper Lowlights</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

Tamara Murphy, Melbourne based educator and player of the Double Bass, chatted with David Moyle about her own ‘Flipped Interviews‘ with male musicians that she works with, using variations of inappropriate questions that have been posed to Tamara over the years – questions that were not related to the interview topic.  (was it really relevant to ask about how to be a musician and a mother?)  A project that has kept Tamara amused during lockdown in Melbourne.

More importantly Tamara and her Spirograph Studies ensemble have released the first single off their upcoming album LOWLIGHTS, due for release in October.   This is their second album of pieces composed by Tamara.

The single is called Anteloper and is available now from Tamara’s Bandcamp page.

Tamara also chats about the composition process, and selecting the right artwork,

Tamara Murphy was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 8, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
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Tamara Murphy, Melbourne based educator and player of the Double Bass, chatted with David Moyle about her own ‘Flipped Interviews‘ with male musicians that she works with, using variations of... LEARN MORE Tamara Murphy, Melbourne based educator and player of the Double Bass, chatted with David Moyle about her own ‘Flipped Interviews‘ with male musicians that she works with, using variations of inappropriate questions that have been posed to Tamara over the years – questions that were not related to the interview topic.  (was it really relevant to ask about how to be a musician and a mother?)  A project that has kept Tamara amused during lockdown in Melbourne.
More importantly Tamara and her Spirograph Studies ensemble have released the first single off their upcoming album LOWLIGHTS, due for release in October.   This is their second album of pieces composed by Tamara.
The single is called Anteloper and is available now from Tamara’s Bandcamp page.
Tamara also chats about the composition process, and selecting the right artwork,
Tamara Murphy was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 8, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
 
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Monique’s Tides of Emotion https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/09/moniques-tides-of-emotion/ Sat, 04 Sep 2021 03:01:22 +0000 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2329 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/09/moniques-tides-of-emotion/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/09/moniques-tides-of-emotion/feed/ 0 <p>Monique diMattina spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her latest album of solo piano works called TIDES.  An album of 10 beautiful meditative pieces that grew out of... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/09/moniques-tides-of-emotion/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/09/moniques-tides-of-emotion/">Monique’s Tides of Emotion</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Monique diMattina spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her latest album of solo piano works called TIDES.  An album of 10 beautiful meditative pieces that grew out of the months of lockdown in Melbourne.

Creating the pieces took place each evening between 9 and 10pm – Moniques’ personal time after the children went to bed.  Recording took place on a Yamaha C7X grand piano.

In addition to the audio recording Monique has made printed sheet music available for some of the pieces.

More details and the sheet music, Digital, CD and Vinyl albums available from Monique’s Bandcamp page.

Moniques’ launch of TIDES was recorded in March this year at the Australian Piano Warehouse in West Melbourne with Special Guest Tony Gould, and can be streamed for 30 days from August 31, 2021 with tickets available from trybooking.

Monique diMattina was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 29, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station

 

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Monique diMattina spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her latest album of solo piano works called TIDES.  An album of 10 beautiful meditative pieces that grew out of... LEARN MORE Monique diMattina spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her latest album of solo piano works called TIDES.  An album of 10 beautiful meditative pieces that grew out of the months of lockdown in Melbourne.
Creating the pieces took place each evening between 9 and 10pm – Moniques’ personal time after the children went to bed.  Recording took place on a Yamaha C7X grand piano.
In addition to the audio recording Monique has made printed sheet music available for some of the pieces.
More details and the sheet music, Digital, CD and Vinyl albums available from Monique’s Bandcamp page.
Moniques’ launch of TIDES was recorded in March this year at the Australian Piano Warehouse in West Melbourne with Special Guest Tony Gould, and can be streamed for 30 days from August 31, 2021 with tickets available from trybooking.
Monique diMattina was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 29, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
 
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Sherlock & Hanlon’s Stravinsky https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/sherlock-hanlons-stravinsky/ Sun, 22 Aug 2021 02:51:27 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2320 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/sherlock-hanlons-stravinsky/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/sherlock-hanlons-stravinsky/feed/ 0 <p>Guitarist James Sherlock and Double Bass player Ben Hanlon have released their 2nd Duo album – STRAVINKSY – a collection of pieces inspired by the Petrushka and Rite Of Spring... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/sherlock-hanlons-stravinsky/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/sherlock-hanlons-stravinsky/">Sherlock & Hanlon’s Stravinsky</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

Guitarist James Sherlock and Double Bass player Ben Hanlon have released their 2nd Duo album – STRAVINKSY – a collection of pieces inspired by the Petrushka and Rite Of Spring works composed by Igor Stravinsky. (with a little Debussy and Gershwin thrown in for good measure!)

James and Ben chat with David Moyle about taking small sections of such inspirational orchestral works, and workshopping their individual musical thoughts to come up with their final creation for improvisation.

Ben also recalls featuring with The Wiggles when they met instruments of the Orchestra back in 2015, and how he became a video star onboard a plane when the orchestra were travelling.

More details and the album are available from Bandcamp.

Their first album, DUO, is also available on Bandcamp

James Sherlock and Ben Hanlon were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday August 1, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station

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Guitarist James Sherlock and Double Bass player Ben Hanlon have released their 2nd Duo album – STRAVINKSY – a collection of pieces inspired by the Petrushka and Rite Of Spring... LEARN MORE
Guitarist James Sherlock and Double Bass player Ben Hanlon have released their 2nd Duo album – STRAVINKSY – a collection of pieces inspired by the Petrushka and Rite Of Spring works composed by Igor Stravinsky. (with a little Debussy and Gershwin thrown in for good measure!)
James and Ben chat with David Moyle about taking small sections of such inspirational orchestral works, and workshopping their individual musical thoughts to come up with their final creation for improvisation.
Ben also recalls featuring with The Wiggles when they met instruments of the Orchestra back in 2015, and how he became a video star onboard a plane when the orchestra were travelling.
More details and the album are available from Bandcamp.
Their first album, DUO, is also available on Bandcamp
James Sherlock and Ben Hanlon were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday August 1, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Then This Schauble with Puxination! and a 4-track https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/then-this-schauble-with-puxination-and-a-4-track/ Tue, 03 Aug 2021 05:48:47 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2303 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/then-this-schauble-with-puxination-and-a-4-track/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/then-this-schauble-with-puxination-and-a-4-track/feed/ 0 <p>Hop On, Now Then, So Here, and What Now are just a few of the titles from the new release digital album from the THEN THIS Project.  A quirky set... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/then-this-schauble-with-puxination-and-a-4-track/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/then-this-schauble-with-puxination-and-a-4-track/">Then This Schauble with Puxination! and a 4-track</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Hop On, Now Then, So Here, and What Now are just a few of the titles from the new release digital album from the THEN THIS Project.  A quirky set of track names for what is a very enjoyable, and maybe just a little quirky,  album.

THEN THIS is a quartet of amazing Melbourne based musicians – Drummer and composer Niko Schauble, Saxophonist Mirko Guerrini, Guitarist Stephen Magnusson and Saxophonist Tony Hicks getting together to perform music composed by Niko.

Hear Niko chatting with David Moyle in this podcast from Bent Notes, talking about his career as a recording engineer starting with a 4-track recorder, a new project for his PUGHOUSE recording studio called PUXINATION! and the release of the debut album of THEN THIS.

Puxination is an opportunity to submit your fun original song that encourages people to get vaccinated, and to win a recording sessions for your song at the Pughouse Studios.

The debut album for THEN THIS – Live At The PFSMF (Port Fairy Spring Music Festival), recorded for the festival in November 2020, is available on Bandcamp.

Niko Schauble was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 1, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station

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Hop On, Now Then, So Here, and What Now are just a few of the titles from the new release digital album from the THEN THIS Project.  A quirky set... LEARN MORE THEN THIS Project.  A quirky set of track names for what is a very enjoyable, and maybe just a little quirky,  album.
THEN THIS is a quartet of amazing Melbourne based musicians – Drummer and composer Niko Schauble, Saxophonist Mirko Guerrini, Guitarist Stephen Magnusson and Saxophonist Tony Hicks getting together to perform music composed by Niko.
Hear Niko chatting with David Moyle in this podcast from Bent Notes, talking about his career as a recording engineer starting with a 4-track recorder, a new project for his PUGHOUSE recording studio called PUXINATION! and the release of the debut album of THEN THIS.
Puxination is an opportunity to submit your fun original song that encourages people to get vaccinated, and to win a recording sessions for your song at the Pughouse Studios.
The debut album for THEN THIS – Live At The PFSMF (Port Fairy Spring Music Festival), recorded for the festival in November 2020, is available on Bandcamp.
Niko Schauble was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 1, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Kimba’s Songs That Saved Your Life https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/kimbas-songs-that-saved-your-life/ Tue, 03 Aug 2021 05:27:06 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2310 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/kimbas-songs-that-saved-your-life/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/kimbas-songs-that-saved-your-life/feed/ 0 <p>The 5-year project “The Songs That Saved Your Life” from Jazz Chanteuse Kimba Griffith is coming to a close as Kimba releases an EP to celebrate the project. A project... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/kimbas-songs-that-saved-your-life/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/08/kimbas-songs-that-saved-your-life/">Kimba’s Songs That Saved Your Life</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> The 5-year project “The Songs That Saved Your Life” from Jazz Chanteuse Kimba Griffith is coming to a close as Kimba releases an EP to celebrate the project.

A project that has been musical, theatrical and engaging, Kimba was inspired to rework the iconic songs from the 80’s and 90’s alternative rock and grunge era – giving them all a new feel to reflect Kimba’s feelings for these songs and what they are saying, with a touch of jazz from her Jazz inspired band.

Hear Kimba talk about the songs, the launch of The Songs That Saved Your Life at the Paris Cat Jazz Club –  and lots more!

Kimba Griffith was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 1, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station

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The 5-year project “The Songs That Saved Your Life” from Jazz Chanteuse Kimba Griffith is coming to a close as Kimba releases an EP to celebrate the project. A project... LEARN MORE The 5-year project “The Songs That Saved Your Life” from Jazz Chanteuse Kimba Griffith is coming to a close as Kimba releases an EP to celebrate the project.
A project that has been musical, theatrical and engaging, Kimba was inspired to rework the iconic songs from the 80’s and 90’s alternative rock and grunge era – giving them all a new feel to reflect Kimba’s feelings for these songs and what they are saying, with a touch of jazz from her Jazz inspired band.
Hear Kimba talk about the songs, the launch of The Songs That Saved Your Life at the Paris Cat Jazz Club –  and lots more!
Kimba Griffith was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 1, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Sonja’s Lockdown Listening and Looking to the Kennedy Snow future https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/07/sonjas-lockdown-listening-and-looking-to-the-kennedy-snow-future/ Sat, 24 Jul 2021 09:59:51 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2296 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/07/sonjas-lockdown-listening-and-looking-to-the-kennedy-snow-future/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/07/sonjas-lockdown-listening-and-looking-to-the-kennedy-snow-future/feed/ 0 <p>Sonja Horbelt visited our new JOY studios at the Victorian Pride Centre to chat with David Moyle about the impacts on artists of the significant lockdown during 2020 and 2021... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/07/sonjas-lockdown-listening-and-looking-to-the-kennedy-snow-future/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/07/sonjas-lockdown-listening-and-looking-to-the-kennedy-snow-future/">Sonja’s Lockdown Listening and Looking to the Kennedy Snow future</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Sonja Horbelt visited our new JOY studios at the Victorian Pride Centre to chat with David Moyle about the impacts on artists of the significant lockdown during 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19, and the music that she listened to during that time.

Sonja also spoke about looking to the future with her band – Kennedy Snow – aiming to record their second album in September, and their planned performance at the Paris Cat Jazz Club on July 24 – sadly cancelled due to the latest COVID lockdown.

Sonja Horbelt was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday July 11, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station

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Sonja Horbelt visited our new JOY studios at the Victorian Pride Centre to chat with David Moyle about the impacts on artists of the significant lockdown during 2020 and 2021... LEARN MORE Sonja Horbelt visited our new JOY studios at the Victorian Pride Centre to chat with David Moyle about the impacts on artists of the significant lockdown during 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19, and the music that she listened to during that time.
Sonja also spoke about looking to the future with her band – Kennedy Snow – aiming to record their second album in September, and their planned performance at the Paris Cat Jazz Club on July 24 – sadly cancelled due to the latest COVID lockdown.
Sonja Horbelt was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday July 11, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Matt’s Return to The National Jazz Awards https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/07/matts-return-to-the-national-jazz-awards/ Wed, 21 Jul 2021 11:10:24 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2293 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/07/matts-return-to-the-national-jazz-awards/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/07/matts-return-to-the-national-jazz-awards/feed/ 0 <p>Matt McMahon won the National Jazz Award in 1999 playing the Piano and this year, 2021, Matt  returns to Wangaratta as the lead judge for this years awards – again... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/07/matts-return-to-the-national-jazz-awards/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/07/matts-return-to-the-national-jazz-awards/">Matt’s Return to The National Jazz Awards</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Matt McMahon won the National Jazz Award in 1999 playing the Piano and this year, 2021, Matt  returns to Wangaratta as the lead judge for this years awards – again the Piano.

Hear Matt recall how he felt going on-stage in 1999, and his advice to this years participants.

If you are a high-level pianist of 36 years or younger on December 31, 2021 then go to wangarattajazz.com to start your application to be on that Wangaratta Stage on October 31 this year.

The Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues is scheduled to run from Friday October 29 – Sunday October 31 this year.

Matt McMahon was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday July 11, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station

 

 

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Matt McMahon won the National Jazz Award in 1999 playing the Piano and this year, 2021, Matt  returns to Wangaratta as the lead judge for this years awards – again... LEARN MORE Matt McMahon won the National Jazz Award in 1999 playing the Piano and this year, 2021, Matt  returns to Wangaratta as the lead judge for this years awards – again the Piano.
Hear Matt recall how he felt going on-stage in 1999, and his advice to this years participants.
If you are a high-level pianist of 36 years or younger on December 31, 2021 then go to wangarattajazz.com to start your application to be on that Wangaratta Stage on October 31 this year.
The Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues is scheduled to run from Friday October 29 – Sunday October 31 this year.
Matt McMahon was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday July 11, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
 
 
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Lillian’s After Image https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/lillians-after-image/ Wed, 23 Jun 2021 06:45:51 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2284 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/lillians-after-image/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/lillians-after-image/feed/ 0 <p>Melbourne vocalist Lillian Albazi chatted with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her debut album – After Image, an album of Jazz Standards reinterpreted by Lillian and her band, including... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/lillians-after-image/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/lillians-after-image/">Lillian’s After Image</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Melbourne vocalist Lillian Albazi chatted with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her debut album – After Image, an album of Jazz Standards reinterpreted by Lillian and her band, including a special appearance by pianist Tony Gould.

Lillian is launching the album at the Jazzlab on Saturday June 26.

Checkout Lillian’s album on Bandcamp

Gemma Farrell was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday June 13, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station

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Melbourne vocalist Lillian Albazi chatted with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her debut album – After Image, an album of Jazz Standards reinterpreted by Lillian and her band, including... LEARN MORE Melbourne vocalist Lillian Albazi chatted with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her debut album – After Image, an album of Jazz Standards reinterpreted by Lillian and her band, including a special appearance by pianist Tony Gould.
Lillian is launching the album at the Jazzlab on Saturday June 26.
Checkout Lillian’s album on Bandcamp
Gemma Farrell was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday June 13, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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The Elephant In The Room https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/the-elephant-in-the-room/ Mon, 14 Jun 2021 01:25:22 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2266 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/the-elephant-in-the-room/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/the-elephant-in-the-room/feed/ 0 <p>Gemma Farrell founded the Artemis Orchestra in 2017 with the objective to support and encourage people of marginalised gender (female, trans and non-binary) in their journeys as jazz musicians, soloists... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/the-elephant-in-the-room/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/the-elephant-in-the-room/">The Elephant In The Room</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

Gemma Farrell founded the Artemis Orchestra in 2017 with the objective to support and encourage people of marginalised gender (female, trans and non-binary) in their journeys as jazz musicians, soloists and composers.

Gemma spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes upon the occasion of the release and imminent launch of their debut album – The Elephant In The Room – an album of music composed by West Australian female composers, played by West Australian Musicians.

The Artemis Orchestra

Hear Gemma tell of the challenges for marginalised gender in traversing the pathway to becoming professional musicians, the joys of putting together this album and choosing the title, and selecting an all-female support act for the album launch on June 26 at The Rechabite in Perth.

Gemma Farrell was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday June 13, 2021
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Gemma Farrell founded the Artemis Orchestra in 2017 with the objective to support and encourage people of marginalised gender (female, trans and non-binary) in their journeys as jazz musicians, soloists... LEARN MORE
Gemma Farrell founded the Artemis Orchestra in 2017 with the objective to support and encourage people of marginalised gender (female, trans and non-binary) in their journeys as jazz musicians, soloists and composers.
Gemma spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes upon the occasion of the release and imminent launch of their debut album – The Elephant In The Room – an album of music composed by West Australian female composers, played by West Australian Musicians.
Hear Gemma tell of the challenges for marginalised gender in traversing the pathway to becoming professional musicians, the joys of putting together this album and choosing the title, and selecting an all-female support act for the album launch on June 26 at The Rechabite in Perth.
Gemma Farrell was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday June 13, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
 
 
 
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Unconventional Land Of IF https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/unconventional-land-of-if/ Sun, 06 Jun 2021 10:00:41 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2253 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/unconventional-land-of-if/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/unconventional-land-of-if/feed/ 0 <p>Ben Hanlon, Anthony Schulz and Eugene Ball spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes upon the release of their trio’s debut album – LAND OF IF. An “Unconventional” trio, consisting... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/unconventional-land-of-if/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/06/unconventional-land-of-if/">Unconventional Land Of IF</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Ben Hanlon, Anthony Schulz and Eugene Ball spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes upon the release of their trio’s debut album – LAND OF IF.

An “Unconventional” trio, consisting of Trumpet (Eugene), Double Bass (Ben) and Piano Accordian (Anthony), they talk about the challenges, and yet the public need, for genre descriptors; the means by which they personalise their music, and the manner in which they ‘stray’ from the accepted norm for the role of their instruments in an ensemble.

The album is scheduled for an acoustic launch in the beautiful acoustics of Christ Church, 8 Glenlyon Road, Brunswick on Saturday June 26, 2021 commencing at 8pm.  The launch is supported by the Melbourne Jazz Collective. (Tickets & more info from the MJC)

Eugene Ball, Anthony Schulz & Ben Hanlon were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday June 6, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
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Ben Hanlon, Anthony Schulz and Eugene Ball spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes upon the release of their trio’s debut album – LAND OF IF. An “Unconventional” trio, consisting... LEARN MORE Ben Hanlon, Anthony Schulz and Eugene Ball spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes upon the release of their trio’s debut album – LAND OF IF.
An “Unconventional” trio, consisting of Trumpet (Eugene), Double Bass (Ben) and Piano Accordian (Anthony), they talk about the challenges, and yet the public need, for genre descriptors; the means by which they personalise their music, and the manner in which they ‘stray’ from the accepted norm for the role of their instruments in an ensemble.
The album is scheduled for an acoustic launch in the beautiful acoustics of Christ Church, 8 Glenlyon Road, Brunswick on Saturday June 26, 2021 commencing at 8pm.  The launch is supported by the Melbourne Jazz Collective. (Tickets & more info from the MJC)
Eugene Ball, Anthony Schulz & Ben Hanlon were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday June 6, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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The Count’s Count counts in their new programme https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/05/the-counts-count-counts-in-their-new-programme/ Tue, 11 May 2021 02:21:51 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2238 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/05/the-counts-count-counts-in-their-new-programme/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/05/the-counts-count-counts-in-their-new-programme/feed/ 0 <p>Monash University has re-launched their Jazz Club at their Clayton campus with a brand new name – The Count’s – a joint reference to both their Executive Director of the... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/05/the-counts-count-counts-in-their-new-programme/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/05/the-counts-count-counts-in-their-new-programme/">The Count’s Count counts in their new programme</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

Monash University has re-launched their Jazz Club at their Clayton campus with a brand new name – The Count’s – a joint reference to both their Executive Director of the Monash Academy of Performing Arts – Paul Grabowksy (known as “Count Paul Grabowsky” in the early 90’s when musical director for the Steve Vizard show); and to Count Basie – jazz pianist, band leader, composer and leader of his band for almost 50 years – a band that set the standards for new and exciting Big Band sounds and Big Band Swing.

Paul talked about some of the challenges of getting a Jazz club up and running post-COVID, and the joys of seeing such a great group of performers programmed across the first few months.

Performers in residence on Wednesday Nights include the Jake Mason Trio (May), Audrey Powne (June), and the Paul Grabowsky Trio (Torrio!) in July; with contemporary DJ artists featured across Friday nights including Paul Gorrie, Simon Winkler, and MZ Rizk.  More details from What’s On

Hear Paul’s chat with Paul Gardner in this Podcast from JOY 94.9

Paul Grabowsky was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday May 9, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
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Monash University has re-launched their Jazz Club at their Clayton campus with a brand new name – The Count’s – a joint reference to both their Executive Director of the... LEARN MORE
Monash University has re-launched their Jazz Club at their Clayton campus with a brand new name – The Count’s – a joint reference to both their Executive Director of the Monash Academy of Performing Arts – Paul Grabowksy (known as “Count Paul Grabowsky” in the early 90’s when musical director for the Steve Vizard show); and to Count Basie – jazz pianist, band leader, composer and leader of his band for almost 50 years – a band that set the standards for new and exciting Big Band sounds and Big Band Swing.
Paul talked about some of the challenges of getting a Jazz club up and running post-COVID, and the joys of seeing such a great group of performers programmed across the first few months.
Performers in residence on Wednesday Nights include the Jake Mason Trio (May), Audrey Powne (June), and the Paul Grabowsky Trio (Torrio!) in July; with contemporary DJ artists featured across Friday nights including Paul Gorrie, Simon Winkler, and MZ Rizk.  More details from What’s On
Hear Paul’s chat with Paul Gardner in this Podcast from JOY 94.9
Paul Grabowsky was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday May 9, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Musician’s Unite at the Socialist Jazz Club https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/05/musicians-unite-at-the-socialist-jazz-club/ Sat, 08 May 2021 02:32:38 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2231 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/05/musicians-unite-at-the-socialist-jazz-club/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/05/musicians-unite-at-the-socialist-jazz-club/feed/ 0 <p>Michelle Nicolle and Ronny Ferella visited the Bent Notes Studio at JOY 94.9 to chat about the Socialist Jazz Club, Jazzing-up Bach, Juggernauts! and a whole lot more. Ronny talks... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/05/musicians-unite-at-the-socialist-jazz-club/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/05/musicians-unite-at-the-socialist-jazz-club/">Musician’s Unite at the Socialist Jazz Club</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

Michelle Nicolle and Ronny Ferella visited the Bent Notes Studio at JOY 94.9 to chat about the Socialist Jazz Club, Jazzing-up Bach, Juggernauts! and a whole lot more.

Ronny talks about the love of working out what famous drummers were doing when he was younger, his Small Space Music website (it’s a dot com!) – and Reg Lindsay! (for those that are old enough to remember Reg)

Michelle talks about the ability to throw a Jazz-eye across any musical form, including Bach.

And they both chat about the new weekly Friday night Socialist Jazz Club at the Cross Street Hall in East Brunswick, kicking off on Friday May 14 with the Michelle Nicolle Quartet and the Improv Mill led by Nick Haywood.

Michelle Nicolle and Ronny Ferella were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday May 2, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
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Michelle Nicolle and Ronny Ferella visited the Bent Notes Studio at JOY 94.9 to chat about the Socialist Jazz Club, Jazzing-up Bach, Juggernauts! and a whole lot more. Ronny talks... LEARN MORE Michelle Nicolle and Ronny Ferella visited the Bent Notes Studio at JOY 94.9 to chat about the Socialist Jazz Club, Jazzing-up Bach, Juggernauts! and a whole lot more.
Ronny talks about the love of working out what famous drummers were doing when he was younger, his Small Space Music website (it’s a dot com!) – and Reg Lindsay! (for those that are old enough to remember Reg)
Michelle talks about the ability to throw a Jazz-eye across any musical form, including Bach.

And they both chat about the new weekly Friday night Socialist Jazz Club at the Cross Street Hall in East Brunswick, kicking off on Friday May 14 with the Michelle Nicolle Quartet and the Improv Mill led by Nick Haywood.
Michelle Nicolle and Ronny Ferella were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday May 2, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Adam Celebrates DINGO https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/04/adam-celebrates-dingo/ Tue, 27 Apr 2021 10:20:25 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2223 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/04/adam-celebrates-dingo/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/04/adam-celebrates-dingo/feed/ 0 <p>Melbourne Musician Adam Simmons spoke on Bent Notes about the Brand New Australian Jazz Magazine called DINGO. Adam has taken on the role of Editor for what will become a... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/04/adam-celebrates-dingo/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/04/adam-celebrates-dingo/">Adam Celebrates DINGO</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

Melbourne Musician Adam Simmons spoke on Bent Notes about the Brand New Australian Jazz Magazine called DINGO.

Adam has taken on the role of Editor for what will become a twice yearly magazine for everyone interested in Jazz – from they musician’s themselves, to those who simply enjoy listening and perhaps want some guidance from the latest album reviews.

 

Adam also chats briefly about his project – The Usefulness Of Art, a mentoring, consultancy and advocacy project.

Hear all about the Magazine, and the Launch Party also celebrating both DINGO and this year’s International Jazz Day on April 30 at the Thornbury Theatre.

Adam Simmons was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday April 25, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
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Melbourne Musician Adam Simmons spoke on Bent Notes about the Brand New Australian Jazz Magazine called DINGO. Adam has taken on the role of Editor for what will become a... LEARN MORE
Melbourne Musician Adam Simmons spoke on Bent Notes about the Brand New Australian Jazz Magazine called DINGO.
Adam has taken on the role of Editor for what will become a twice yearly magazine for everyone interested in Jazz – from they musician’s themselves, to those who simply enjoy listening and perhaps want some guidance from the latest album reviews.
 
Adam also chats briefly about his project – The Usefulness Of Art, a mentoring, consultancy and advocacy project.
Hear all about the Magazine, and the Launch Party also celebrating both DINGO and this year’s International Jazz Day on April 30 at the Thornbury Theatre.
Adam Simmons was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday April 25, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Fem’s New Bandwagon, Bicycle and Jazz https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/fems-new-bandwagon-bicycle-and-jazz/ Thu, 28 Jan 2021 11:49:13 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2202 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/fems-new-bandwagon-bicycle-and-jazz/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/fems-new-bandwagon-bicycle-and-jazz/feed/ 0 <p>David Moyle had an enlightening chat with Melbourne Vocalist and Violin Player Fem Belling where she spoke about learning to ride a bicycle, the changing face of Jazz, how to</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/fems-new-bandwagon-bicycle-and-jazz/">Fem’s New Bandwagon, Bicycle and Jazz</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

Fem Belling

David Moyle had an enlightening chat with Melbourne Vocalist and Violin Player Fem Belling where she spoke about learning to ride a bicycle, the changing face of Jazz, how to keep cool on a really really hot day – and entertaining the crowds from her new Bandwagon at Boroondara’s Summer In The Parks Jazz event.

Fem’s Band Wagon

 

 

 

Hear what Fem had to say in this podcast from Bent Notes.

 

Fem Belling was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 24, 2021
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David Moyle had an enlightening chat with Melbourne Vocalist and Violin Player Fem Belling where she spoke about learning to ride a bicycle, the changing face of Jazz, how to Fem Belling where she spoke about learning to ride a bicycle, the changing face of Jazz, how to keep cool on a really really hot day – and entertaining the crowds from her new Bandwagon at Boroondara’s Summer In The Parks Jazz event.
 
 
 
Hear what Fem had to say in this podcast from Bent Notes.
 
Fem Belling was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 24, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Change (Jazz) and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Eugene Educates Old’sKool Uptown! https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/eugene-educates-oldskool-uptown/ Wed, 27 Jan 2021 11:34:11 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2196 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/eugene-educates-oldskool-uptown/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/eugene-educates-oldskool-uptown/feed/ 0 <p>When the opportunity became available Eugene Ball jumped to curate an ongoing weekly series of gigs which he has termed Old’sKool Jazz.  The series puts the spotlight on the wonderful</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/eugene-educates-oldskool-uptown/">Eugene Educates Old’sKool Uptown!</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> When the opportunity became available Eugene Ball jumped to curate an ongoing weekly series of gigs which he has termed Old’sKool Jazz.  The series puts the spotlight on the wonderful musicians in Melbourne who play in early jazz styles – music inspired by the greats of the 20s, 30s and 40s.

Today’s audiences will get to hear and enjoy the music of yesteryear, but through the interpretations of today’s young, and not so young, musicians.

Eugene talks with joy about the musicians he has programmed onto Thursday Nights at the Uptown Jazz Cafe in Brunswick.

Whilst on the line David Moyle also asks Eugene, a musician and educator, about the impact that the COVID lockdowns have had on last years music students studying for their degrees, both during the lockdown last year, and ongoing to this year.

Eugene Ball was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 24, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
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When the opportunity became available Eugene Ball jumped to curate an ongoing weekly series of gigs which he has termed Old’sKool Jazz.  The series puts the spotlight on the wonderful When the opportunity became available Eugene Ball jumped to curate an ongoing weekly series of gigs which he has termed Old’sKool Jazz.  The series puts the spotlight on the wonderful musicians in Melbourne who play in early jazz styles – music inspired by the greats of the 20s, 30s and 40s.
Today’s audiences will get to hear and enjoy the music of yesteryear, but through the interpretations of today’s young, and not so young, musicians.
Eugene talks with joy about the musicians he has programmed onto Thursday Nights at the Uptown Jazz Cafe in Brunswick.
Whilst on the line David Moyle also asks Eugene, a musician and educator, about the impact that the COVID lockdowns have had on last years music students studying for their degrees, both during the lockdown last year, and ongoing to this year.
Eugene Ball was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 24, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Jack Earle remembers Sammy Nestico https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/jack-earle-remembers-sammy-nestico/ Wed, 27 Jan 2021 11:09:35 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2183 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/jack-earle-remembers-sammy-nestico/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/jack-earle-remembers-sammy-nestico/feed/ 0 <p>Melbourne Pianist, Trumpeter, vocalist, composer, arranger and Band Leader Jack Earle remembers seeing the name of Sammy Nestico on the top of so many big band charts when he was</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2021/01/jack-earle-remembers-sammy-nestico/">Jack Earle remembers Sammy Nestico</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Jack Earle

Jack Earle

Melbourne Pianist, Trumpeter, vocalist, composer, arranger and Band Leader Jack Earle remembers seeing the name of Sammy Nestico on the top of so many big band charts when he was in his first big band, and noted that every chart that had Sammy’s name sounded amazing – and was fun to play.

Sammy Nestico

Sammy Nestico

Hear Jack’s memories of the music of Sammy Nestico, remembering the legacy of Sammy Nestico, who passed away on January 17.

Jack also chats with David Moyle about the first gig with an audience for his Big Band in a looooong time –  a gig at Fed Square as part of their celebration of Fed Square Summer, being an opportunity for the Jack Earle Big Band to get back on stage and perform in front of a live audience.

Jack Earle was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 24, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station

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Melbourne Pianist, Trumpeter, vocalist, composer, arranger and Band Leader Jack Earle remembers seeing the name of Sammy Nestico on the top of so many big band charts when he was Jack Earle remembers seeing the name of Sammy Nestico on the top of so many big band charts when he was in his first big band, and noted that every chart that had Sammy’s name sounded amazing – and was fun to play.
Hear Jack’s memories of the music of Sammy Nestico, remembering the legacy of Sammy Nestico, who passed away on January 17.
Jack also chats with David Moyle about the first gig with an audience for his Big Band in a looooong time –  a gig at Fed Square as part of their celebration of Fed Square Summer, being an opportunity for the Jack Earle Big Band to get back on stage and perform in front of a live audience.
Jack Earle was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 24, 2021
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Women’s Jazz Festival Live and In-Person https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/12/womens-jazz-festival-live-and-in-person/ Sun, 06 Dec 2020 09:00:36 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2171 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/12/womens-jazz-festival-live-and-in-person/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/12/womens-jazz-festival-live-and-in-person/feed/ 0 <p>After almost an entire year of very challenging circumstances for musicians and performers everywhere the Melbourne Women’s International Jazz Festival is scheduled over the weekend of December 11-14 at The... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/12/womens-jazz-festival-live-and-in-person/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/12/womens-jazz-festival-live-and-in-person/">Women’s Jazz Festival Live and In-Person</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Logo - Melbourne Women's International Jazz FestivalAfter almost an entire year of very challenging circumstances for musicians and performers everywhere the Melbourne Women’s International Jazz Festival is scheduled over the weekend of December 11-14 at The Jazzlab.

Sonja Horbelt

Sonja Horbelt

Sonja Horbelt, Chair of the Festival, spoke with David Moyle about the place of women in jazz and the joy at being able to program a live series of gigs with an audience!

The mini-festival features seven amazing female artists with their ensembles, including Aussie musicians who have returned from New York adding the International component, as they present the works that they have developed during their years in America.

The festival features Amelia Evans, Holly Moore, Kate K-S, Skycha (Chantal Mitvalsky), Poet Street, Katarzyna Wiktorski, Femina (Fem Belling & Mina Yu), and Andrea Keller.

Sonja also chats about the challenges of setting the example for girls interested in music, noting that it seems to be Popular music that is achieving this visibility, and breaking the perception that all Jazz musicians are male.

Hear the extended discussion in this Podcast from Bent Notes.

Sonja Horbelt was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday December 6, 2020
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After almost an entire year of very challenging circumstances for musicians and performers everywhere the Melbourne Women’s International Jazz Festival is scheduled over the weekend of December 11-14 at The... LEARN MORE After almost an entire year of very challenging circumstances for musicians and performers everywhere the Melbourne Women’s International Jazz Festival is scheduled over the weekend of December 11-14 at The Jazzlab.
Sonja Horbelt, Chair of the Festival, spoke with David Moyle about the place of women in jazz and the joy at being able to program a live series of gigs with an audience!
The mini-festival features seven amazing female artists with their ensembles, including Aussie musicians who have returned from New York adding the International component, as they present the works that they have developed during their years in America.
The festival features Amelia Evans, Holly Moore, Kate K-S, Skycha (Chantal Mitvalsky), Poet Street, Katarzyna Wiktorski, Femina (Fem Belling & Mina Yu), and Andrea Keller.
Sonja also chats about the challenges of setting the example for girls interested in music, noting that it seems to be Popular music that is achieving this visibility, and breaking the perception that all Jazz musicians are male.
Hear the extended discussion in this Podcast from Bent Notes.
Sonja Horbelt was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday December 6, 2020
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Adam creates his Art Crime Inc! https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/adam-creates-his-art-crime-inc/ Tue, 27 Oct 2020 00:16:25 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2154 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/adam-creates-his-art-crime-inc/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/adam-creates-his-art-crime-inc/feed/ 0 <p>Melbourne Musician Adam Rudegeair has curated, arranged, recorded, mixed and released a brand new album from his Bowie Project across four days during lockdown in Melbourne. The results are the... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/adam-creates-his-art-crime-inc/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/adam-creates-his-art-crime-inc/">Adam creates his Art Crime Inc!</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Adam Rudegeair in front of his piano

Adam Rudegeair

Melbourne Musician Adam Rudegeair has curated, arranged, recorded, mixed and released a brand new album from his Bowie Project across four days during lockdown in Melbourne.

The results are the third album from his Bowie Project – ART CRIME INC, celebrating and paying tribute to the 25th anniversary of the release of David Bowie’s OUTSIDE album in 1995.

Whilst in lockdown with the rest of Melbourne, Adam realised that the anniversary was almost upon as and he set to work at lighting pace to select the pieces to arrange and record for the album, word up his fellow musicians to prepare for a ‘record-at-home’ process, and to then mix the resultant individual parts into a complete album.

Hear Adam talk through this process when he spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes, as well as chatting about photography, the impacts of isolation, and development of album artwork.

Adam Rudegeair was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday October 25, 2020
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Melbourne Musician Adam Rudegeair has curated, arranged, recorded, mixed and released a brand new album from his Bowie Project across four days during lockdown in Melbourne. The results are the... LEARN MORE Adam Rudegeair has curated, arranged, recorded, mixed and released a brand new album from his Bowie Project across four days during lockdown in Melbourne.
The results are the third album from his Bowie Project – ART CRIME INC, celebrating and paying tribute to the 25th anniversary of the release of David Bowie’s OUTSIDE album in 1995.
Whilst in lockdown with the rest of Melbourne, Adam realised that the anniversary was almost upon as and he set to work at lighting pace to select the pieces to arrange and record for the album, word up his fellow musicians to prepare for a ‘record-at-home’ process, and to then mix the resultant individual parts into a complete album.
Hear Adam talk through this process when he spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes, as well as chatting about photography, the impacts of isolation, and development of album artwork.
Adam Rudegeair was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday October 25, 2020
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Roger’s Story of Stills In Motion https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/rogers-story-of-stills-in-motion/ Mon, 26 Oct 2020 10:31:24 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2131 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/rogers-story-of-stills-in-motion/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/rogers-story-of-stills-in-motion/feed/ 0 <p>Journalist and Photographer Roger Mitchell has been taking photos of the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues for over 10 years – photographs which have featured often in his blog... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/rogers-story-of-stills-in-motion/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/rogers-story-of-stills-in-motion/">Roger’s Story of Stills In Motion</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Journalist, Photographer Roger Mitchell

Roger Mitchell

Journalist and Photographer Roger Mitchell has been taking photos of the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues for over 10 years – photographs which have featured often in his blog – ausjazz.net.

His collection is a superb repository of memories from the festivals which he has curated into a segment of this year’s digital 30th Anniversary festival as a retrospective of the festival through his photo collection.

The narrated presentation – Stills in Motion – sets his images to jazz as Roger works his way through the years.

Hear the extended interview with Roger in this Podcast from Bent Notes, including discussion of Roger’s  bee-keeping hobby.

Roger Mitchell was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday October 25, 2020
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Journalist and Photographer Roger Mitchell has been taking photos of the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues for over 10 years – photographs which have featured often in his blog... LEARN MORE Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues for over 10 years – photographs which have featured often in his blog – ausjazz.net.
His collection is a superb repository of memories from the festivals which he has curated into a segment of this year’s digital 30th Anniversary festival as a retrospective of the festival through his photo collection.
The narrated presentation – Stills in Motion – sets his images to jazz as Roger works his way through the years.
Hear the extended interview with Roger in this Podcast from Bent Notes, including discussion of Roger’s  bee-keeping hobby.
Roger Mitchell was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday October 25, 2020
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Alex’s Arcing Wires to Light Up the Festival https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/alexs-arcing-wires-to-light-up-the-festival/ Sun, 18 Oct 2020 08:45:20 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2117 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/alexs-arcing-wires-to-light-up-the-festival/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/alexs-arcing-wires-to-light-up-the-festival/feed/ 0 <p>Drummer Alex Hirlian’s Arcing Wires are set to light up the Wangaratta Festival Of Jazz and Blues with their Jazz-Rock repertoire on Friday October 30 at 8:15pm. Winner of the</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/alexs-arcing-wires-to-light-up-the-festival/">Alex’s Arcing Wires to Light Up the Festival</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Arcing Wires

Arcing Wires

Drummer Alex Hirlian’s Arcing Wires are set to light up the Wangaratta Festival Of Jazz and Blues with their Jazz-Rock repertoire on Friday October 30 at 8:15pm.

Winner of the National Jazz Award (NJA) in 2018, Alex has taken his 5-piece group on a tour though Queensland, New South Wales, Canberra, Victoria, and South Australia, as well as a mini-tour of Europe, including the NJA Award performance at the Amersfoort Jazz Festival.

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Described by pianist Mike Nock as “today’s jazz for a new audience“, Arcing Wires plays contemporary instrumental music combining their improvised Jazz with Progressive Rock written by all 5 members – Nish Manjunath (Tenor Sax), Felix Lalanne (Guitar), Yutaro Okuda (Guitar), Nick Henderson (Bass), Alex Hirlian (Drums).

Alex chats with David Moyle about where the groups’ name came from (yes, it does have an electrical connection!), his personal take-away from winning the NJA, and how the group have been playing together since university.

Alex Hirlian was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday October 18, 2020
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Drummer Alex Hirlian’s Arcing Wires are set to light up the Wangaratta Festival Of Jazz and Blues with their Jazz-Rock repertoire on Friday October 30 at 8:15pm. Winner of the Winner of the National Jazz Award (NJA) in 2018, Alex has taken his 5-piece group on a tour though Queensland, New South Wales, Canberra, Victoria, and South Australia, as well as a mini-tour of Europe, including the NJA Award performance at the Amersfoort Jazz Festival.

Described by pianist Mike Nock as “today’s jazz for a new audience“, Arcing Wires plays contemporary instrumental music combining their improvised Jazz with Progressive Rock written by all 5 members – Nish Manjunath (Tenor Sax), Felix Lalanne (Guitar), Yutaro Okuda (Guitar), Nick Henderson (Bass), Alex Hirlian (Drums).
Alex chats with David Moyle about where the groups’ name came from (yes, it does have an electrical connection!), his personal take-away from winning the NJA, and how the group have been playing together since university.
Alex Hirlian was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday October 18, 2020
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Emma’s Jazz Investigation leads to Festival Performance https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/emmas-jazz-investigation-leads-to-festival-performance/ Sun, 11 Oct 2020 09:00:35 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2106 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/emmas-jazz-investigation-leads-to-festival-performance/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/emmas-jazz-investigation-leads-to-festival-performance/feed/ 0 <p>Wangaratta Local Emma Christie features her contemporary vocal jazz in the Community Program at the 30th Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues. Emma will be performing the repertoire built-up during</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/emmas-jazz-investigation-leads-to-festival-performance/">Emma’s Jazz Investigation leads to Festival Performance</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Emma Christie

Emma Christie

Wangaratta Local Emma Christie features her contemporary vocal jazz in the Community Program at the 30th Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues.

Emma will be performing the repertoire built-up during her VCE studies this year, with her quartet – pianist Mark Bolsius, and fellow Wangaratta High School students Mikaylah Rumbelow (bass) and Jake Molinaro (drums) on Sunday November 1, 2020, in the Online festival.

Hear how Emma used her “Music Investigation” subject to learn about Female Australian Vocalists including Kristin Berardi, Gian Slater, Rita Satch and Olivia Chindamo, and how this learning has informed her personal vocalisation skillset.  Wangaratta Festival Logo 30 Years

In addition to her vocal skills Emma also plays Piano and Trumpet.

Emma Christie was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday October 11, 2020
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Wangaratta Local Emma Christie features her contemporary vocal jazz in the Community Program at the 30th Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues. Emma will be performing the repertoire built-up during Emma Christie features her contemporary vocal jazz in the Community Program at the 30th Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues.
Emma will be performing the repertoire built-up during her VCE studies this year, with her quartet – pianist Mark Bolsius, and fellow Wangaratta High School students Mikaylah Rumbelow (bass) and Jake Molinaro (drums) on Sunday November 1, 2020, in the Online festival.
Hear how Emma used her “Music Investigation” subject to learn about Female Australian Vocalists including Kristin Berardi, Gian Slater, Rita Satch and Olivia Chindamo, and how this learning has informed her personal vocalisation skillset.  
In addition to her vocal skills Emma also plays Piano and Trumpet.
Emma Christie was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday October 11, 2020
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Wangaratta Festival Goes Online https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/wangaratta-festival-goes-online/ Mon, 05 Oct 2020 02:49:17 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2088 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/wangaratta-festival-goes-online/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/wangaratta-festival-goes-online/feed/ 0 <p>The Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues for 2020 has been confirmed as an ONLINE festival this year – their 30th festival – commencing Monday October 26 and concluding Sunday</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/10/wangaratta-festival-goes-online/">Wangaratta Festival Goes Online</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues 30th LogoThe Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues for 2020 has been confirmed as an ONLINE festival this year – their 30th festival – commencing Monday October 26 and concluding Sunday November 1, 2020.

Co-Artistic Director Eugene Ball chats with David Moyle about the impact of restrictions associated with controlling the COVID-19 pandemic in Victoria resulting in the Artistic team, (Eugene, Zoe Hauptman, Scott Solimo), creating at least six different plans for the festival over the past twelve months.  He also reflects on the challenges for a musician when performing to an online audience.

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Eugene previews some of the features of this years program,

  • the National Jazz Awards where the ten Finalists (Voice) will be recording their submissions in their hometown for transmission as the initial feature across the first five nights of the Online festival
  • inclusion of historic archival material from the 1986 Australian Jazz Convention co-presented with the AJM (Australian Jazz Museum)
  • co-presentations with organisations such as COMA (Creative Original Music Adelaide), The MJC (Melbourne Jazz Cooperative), and SIMA (Sydney Improvised Music Association), and the Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival
  • the free community program from the local Wangaratta musicians.

Eugene Ball was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday October 4, 2020
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The Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues for 2020 has been confirmed as an ONLINE festival this year – their 30th festival – commencing Monday October 26 and concluding Sunday The Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues for 2020 has been confirmed as an ONLINE festival this year – their 30th festival – commencing Monday October 26 and concluding Sunday November 1, 2020.
Co-Artistic Director Eugene Ball chats with David Moyle about the impact of restrictions associated with controlling the COVID-19 pandemic in Victoria resulting in the Artistic team, (Eugene, Zoe Hauptman, Scott Solimo), creating at least six different plans for the festival over the past twelve months.  He also reflects on the challenges for a musician when performing to an online audience.

Eugene previews some of the features of this years program,

* the National Jazz Awards where the ten Finalists (Voice) will be recording their submissions in their hometown for transmission as the initial feature across the first five nights of the Online festival
* inclusion of historic archival material from the 1986 Australian Jazz Convention co-presented with the AJM (Australian Jazz Museum)
* co-presentations with organisations such as COMA (Creative Original Music Adelaide), The MJC (Melbourne Jazz Cooperative), and SIMA (Sydney Improvised Music Association), and the Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival
* the free community program from the local Wangaratta musicians.

Eugene Ball was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday October 4, 2020
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Treading The Avgenicos Water https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/09/treading-the-avgenicos-water/ Sun, 27 Sep 2020 10:00:15 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2072 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/09/treading-the-avgenicos-water/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/09/treading-the-avgenicos-water/feed/ 0 <p>Tom and Michael Avgenicos grew up with a love of music, dancing around their lounge room to the music from the stereo before taking up musical instruments and playing along</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/09/treading-the-avgenicos-water/">Treading The Avgenicos Water</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> The Avgenicos BrothersTom and Michael Avgenicos grew up with a love of music, dancing around their lounge room to the music from the stereo before taking up musical instruments and playing along with the recordings.

Their music education has seen them travel to Europe and the USA where they have participated in festivals and workshopsTreading Water Album Cover.

Back home in Australia they have worked alongside the big names in Aussie Jazz, as well as creating their own projects and collaborations.

After a couple of years of developing the symbiotic musicality of their joint project – The Avgenicos Brothers – they have released their debut album – TREADING WATER.

Hear Tom and Michael describe their experiences and talk about the new album in this podcast from Bent Notes.

Tom and Michael Avgenicos were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday September 27, 2020
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Tom and Michael Avgenicos grew up with a love of music, dancing around their lounge room to the music from the stereo before taking up musical instruments and playing along Tom and Michael Avgenicos grew up with a love of music, dancing around their lounge room to the music from the stereo before taking up musical instruments and playing along with the recordings.
Their music education has seen them travel to Europe and the USA where they have participated in festivals and workshops.
Back home in Australia they have worked alongside the big names in Aussie Jazz, as well as creating their own projects and collaborations.
After a couple of years of developing the symbiotic musicality of their joint project – The Avgenicos Brothers – they have released their debut album – TREADING WATER.
Hear Tom and Michael describe their experiences and talk about the new album in this podcast from Bent Notes.
Tom and Michael Avgenicos were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday September 27, 2020
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The expEARience Experience! https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/09/the-expearience-experience/ Sun, 20 Sep 2020 09:45:08 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2059 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/09/the-expearience-experience/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/09/the-expearience-experience/feed/ 0 <p>Mirko Guerrini and Niko Schauble chatted about their new project “expEARience‘ when they spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes.  The project is working towards better educating musicians and their</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/09/the-expearience-experience/">The expEARience Experience!</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Mirko Guerrini and Niko Schauble chatted about their new project “expEARience‘ when they spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes.  The project is working towards better educating musicians and their audiences in the art of listening,

Their objective is to connect the theory learnt in education by musicians with the sound that they hear in practice or on the bandstand, and provide a focus for audiences to improve their listening skills so that you hear so much more in the music you listen to.  Niko and Mirko relate some of their ‘light-bulb’ expEARiences of their careers and discuss aspects of the listening expEARience of other cultures.  They have observed that it often seems that the ‘technical’ expertise of playing a musical instrument can hide the importance of LISTENING to yourself and other members of the ensemble.

Niko and Mirko are delivering on their objective with online workshops accessed through their expEARience website – www.expEARience.net or via their Facebook page.

Mirko Guerrini and Niko Schauble were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday September 20, 2020
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Mirko Guerrini and Niko Schauble chatted about their new project “expEARience‘ when they spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes.  The project is working towards better educating musicians and their Mirko Guerrini and Niko Schauble chatted about their new project “expEARience‘ when they spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes.  The project is working towards better educating musicians and their audiences in the art of listening,
Their objective is to connect the theory learnt in education by musicians with the sound that they hear in practice or on the bandstand, and provide a focus for audiences to improve their listening skills so that you hear so much more in the music you listen to.  Niko and Mirko relate some of their ‘light-bulb’ expEARiences of their careers and discuss aspects of the listening expEARience of other cultures.  They have observed that it often seems that the ‘technical’ expertise of playing a musical instrument can hide the importance of LISTENING to yourself and other members of the ensemble.
Niko and Mirko are delivering on their objective with online workshops accessed through their expEARience website – www.expEARience.net or via their Facebook page.
Mirko Guerrini and Niko Schauble were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday September 20, 2020
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Adam chats Zatoczka & COVID-19 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/adam-chats-zatoczka-covid-19/ Sun, 30 Aug 2020 10:00:24 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2042 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/adam-chats-zatoczka-covid-19/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/adam-chats-zatoczka-covid-19/feed/ 0 <p>Adam Simmons spoke with David Moyle about his recent survey of the jazz community. The survey asked about the impacts of the response to the COVID-19 virus essentially shutting down... </p> <p><a class="btn btn-md btn-default" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/adam-chats-zatoczka-covid-19/">LEARN MORE</a></p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/adam-chats-zatoczka-covid-19/">Adam chats Zatoczka & COVID-19</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Adam Simmons spoke with David Moyle about his recent survey of the jazz community. The survey asked about the impacts of the response to the COVID-19 virus essentially shutting down the arts and entertainment industry.  He spoke of the impacts to himself as a musician without an opportunity to perform with a live audience, and introduced his brand new album celebrating the music of Polish Jazz pianist and composer Krzysztof Komeda.

The album, Zatoczka was performed by the Adam Simmons Creative Music Ensemble and recorded at Deakin Edge in 2019 during the Polish Film Festival. The performance featured special guests – pianist Tony Gould and vocalist Deborah Kayser.  The work was devised by Adam to flow like a movie and the performance featured a live video mix by Jean Poole.

Review the results of Adam’s Jazz Industry survey and submission to the Senate Inquiry on Government response to COVID-19 at The Usefulness Of Art website blog.

Find Zatoczka on bandcamp

Checkout Zatoczka’s 2nd single video on youtube featuring the video artistry of Jean Poole.

Adam Simmons was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 30, 2020
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Adam Simmons spoke with David Moyle about his recent survey of the jazz community. The survey asked about the impacts of the response to the COVID-19 virus essentially shutting down... LEARN MORE Adam Simmons spoke with David Moyle about his recent survey of the jazz community. The survey asked about the impacts of the response to the COVID-19 virus essentially shutting down the arts and entertainment industry.  He spoke of the impacts to himself as a musician without an opportunity to perform with a live audience, and introduced his brand new album celebrating the music of Polish Jazz pianist and composer Krzysztof Komeda.
The album, Zatoczka was performed by the Adam Simmons Creative Music Ensemble and recorded at Deakin Edge in 2019 during the Polish Film Festival. The performance featured special guests – pianist Tony Gould and vocalist Deborah Kayser.  The work was devised by Adam to flow like a movie and the performance featured a live video mix by Jean Poole.
Review the results of Adam’s Jazz Industry survey and submission to the Senate Inquiry on Government response to COVID-19 at The Usefulness Of Art website blog.
Find Zatoczka on bandcamp
Checkout Zatoczka’s 2nd single video on youtube featuring the video artistry of Jean Poole.
Adam Simmons was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 30, 2020
Bent Notes – 2 hours of Jazz and Improvised Music – 7 o’clock every Sunday night
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National Awards Call for Vocal Jazz https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/national-awards-call-for-vocal-jazz/ Sun, 23 Aug 2020 09:51:12 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2031 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/national-awards-call-for-vocal-jazz/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/national-awards-call-for-vocal-jazz/feed/ 0 <p>Kristin Berardi joined Dave Fuller from the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues to chat with David Moyle on Bent Notes about the importance of the National Jazz Awards, and</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/national-awards-call-for-vocal-jazz/">National Awards Call for Vocal Jazz</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Kristin Berardi joined Dave Fuller from the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues to chat with David Moyle on Bent Notes about the importance of the National Jazz Awards, and their featuring of the Vocal instrument this year.

Kristin competed in the competition in 2005, and won the award in 2012.  Winning the competition has opened doors for Kristin, and provided the opportunity to share the stage with many amazing musicians.

Dave discusses the challenges of running a competition such as the National Jazz Awards in a year where COVID restrictions have hit so hard, and how the committee have identified the means by which the competition can be run this year.

Nominations close August 31, but intending competitors should contact the committee through the website if they are having difficulty recording three pieces by that date due to the COVID restrictions.

Kristin Berardi and Dave Fuller were guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 23, 2020
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Kristin Berardi joined Dave Fuller from the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues to chat with David Moyle on Bent Notes about the importance of the National Jazz Awards, and Kristin Berardi joined Dave Fuller from the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues to chat with David Moyle on Bent Notes about the importance of the National Jazz Awards, and their featuring of the Vocal instrument this year.
Kristin competed in the competition in 2005, and won the award in 2012.  Winning the competition has opened doors for Kristin, and provided the opportunity to share the stage with many amazing musicians.
Dave discusses the challenges of running a competition such as the National Jazz Awards in a year where COVID restrictions have hit so hard, and how the committee have identified the means by which the competition can be run this year.
Nominations close August 31, but intending competitors should contact the committee through the website if they are having difficulty recording three pieces by that date due to the COVID restrictions.
Kristin Berardi and Dave Fuller were guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 23, 2020
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Andrea’s Circle Of Compositions https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/andreas-circle-of-compositions/ Sun, 09 Aug 2020 10:00:08 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2022 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/andreas-circle-of-compositions/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/andreas-circle-of-compositions/feed/ 0 <p>Andrea Keller has been curating Monday Nights at The Jazzlab since 2017, providing Jazz and Improvised music through a range of different themed projects. The Composer’s Circle is a group</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/andreas-circle-of-compositions/">Andrea’s Circle Of Compositions</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Andrea Keller has been curating Monday Nights at The Jazzlab since 2017, providing Jazz and Improvised music through a range of different themed projects.

The Composer’s Circle is a group of Jazz Musician’s who enjoy the challenges and thrills of collective improvisation and compositional creativity.

Andrea’s new album “Andrea Keller Curates Monday Nights Live At The Jazzlab, Volume 1: The Composer’s Circle” showcases six amazing Melbourne musicians – Angela Davis (Alto Sax), Carl Mackey (Tenor Sax), James Macaulay (Trombone), Sam Anning (Double Bass), James McLean (Drums) and Andrea Keller (Piano)

Find the album on Bandcamp, and everything you wanted to know about Andrea and her many projects at her website.

Enjoy Andrea chatting with David Moyle on this Podcast from Bent Notes on JOY 94.9

Andrea Keller was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 9, 2020
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Andrea Keller has been curating Monday Nights at The Jazzlab since 2017, providing Jazz and Improvised music through a range of different themed projects. The Composer’s Circle is a group Andrea Keller has been curating Monday Nights at The Jazzlab since 2017, providing Jazz and Improvised music through a range of different themed projects.
The Composer’s Circle is a group of Jazz Musician’s who enjoy the challenges and thrills of collective improvisation and compositional creativity.
Andrea’s new album “Andrea Keller Curates Monday Nights Live At The Jazzlab, Volume 1: The Composer’s Circle” showcases six amazing Melbourne musicians – Angela Davis (Alto Sax), Carl Mackey (Tenor Sax), James Macaulay (Trombone), Sam Anning (Double Bass), James McLean (Drums) and Andrea Keller (Piano)
Find the album on Bandcamp, and everything you wanted to know about Andrea and her many projects at her website.
Enjoy Andrea chatting with David Moyle on this Podcast from Bent Notes on JOY 94.9
Andrea Keller was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 9, 2020
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Icelandic Antelodic https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/icelandic-antelodic/ Sun, 02 Aug 2020 10:00:06 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2009 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/icelandic-antelodic/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/icelandic-antelodic/feed/ 0 <p>Guitarist, composer and Band Leader Robbie Melville spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes about the latest album from his Contemporary Chamber Jazz trio – ANTELODIC.  The album TO ICELAND!</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/08/icelandic-antelodic/">Icelandic Antelodic</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Guitarist, composer and Band Leader Robbie Melville spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes about the latest album from his Contemporary Chamber Jazz trio – ANTELODIC.  The album TO ICELAND! TO ICELAND! seemed to be foreshadowed through an interesting series of experiences for Robbie over a 24 hour period.

Hear where a young Robbie and his friends would blast natural bush near Warrandyte with the latest popular music from their Boom Box, and how this experience made it onto the album; and how Anagrams are an essential component of the album!

Antelodic has a line-up of 2 saxes and guitar that produces a sound that attracts your attention through its ethereal and intimate compositions.

Antelodic is Robbie Melville (Guitars), Gideon Brazil (Tenor Sax) and Monty Mackenzie (Alto Sax)

Robbie Melville was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 2, 2020
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Guitarist, composer and Band Leader Robbie Melville spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes about the latest album from his Contemporary Chamber Jazz trio – ANTELODIC.  The album TO ICELAND! Guitarist, composer and Band Leader Robbie Melville spoke with David Moyle on Bent Notes about the latest album from his Contemporary Chamber Jazz trio – ANTELODIC.  The album TO ICELAND! TO ICELAND! seemed to be foreshadowed through an interesting series of experiences for Robbie over a 24 hour period.
Hear where a young Robbie and his friends would blast natural bush near Warrandyte with the latest popular music from their Boom Box, and how this experience made it onto the album; and how Anagrams are an essential component of the album!
Antelodic has a line-up of 2 saxes and guitar that produces a sound that attracts your attention through its ethereal and intimate compositions.
Antelodic is Robbie Melville (Guitars), Gideon Brazil (Tenor Sax) and Monty Mackenzie (Alto Sax)
Robbie Melville was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday August 2, 2020
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These Digital Times III https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/these-digital-times-iii/ Sun, 19 Jul 2020 10:00:31 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=2001 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/these-digital-times-iii/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/these-digital-times-iii/feed/ 0 <p>Hadley Agrez, CEO of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival chatted with David Moyle about the Joys and Challenges of presenting three Digital Festivals, (THESE DIGITAL TIMES), and the amazing artists</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/these-digital-times-iii/">These Digital Times III</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Hadley Agrez, CEO of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival chatted with David Moyle about the Joys and Challenges of presenting three Digital Festivals, (THESE DIGITAL TIMES), and the amazing artists lined up to perform in the third digital festival on Saturday July 25, 2020.

Paul Grabowsky, Barney McAll, The Junkadelic Brass Band, Holly Moore, Taylor McFerrin, Marcus Gilmore, David Jones, Erica Tucceri and Vince Abbracciante are all featured, in addition to two roundtable panel discussion events – The Career Development Panel reviewing the funding landscape, and the Pathfinding Leadership Roundtable discussion.

Hadley Agrez was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday July 19, 2020
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Hadley Agrez, CEO of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival chatted with David Moyle about the Joys and Challenges of presenting three Digital Festivals, (THESE DIGITAL TIMES), and the amazing artists Hadley Agrez, CEO of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival chatted with David Moyle about the Joys and Challenges of presenting three Digital Festivals, (THESE DIGITAL TIMES), and the amazing artists lined up to perform in the third digital festival on Saturday July 25, 2020.
Paul Grabowsky, Barney McAll, The Junkadelic Brass Band, Holly Moore, Taylor McFerrin, Marcus Gilmore, David Jones, Erica Tucceri and Vince Abbracciante are all featured, in addition to two roundtable panel discussion events – The Career Development Panel reviewing the funding landscape, and the Pathfinding Leadership Roundtable discussion.
Hadley Agrez was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday July 19, 2020
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Tim’s Trio Plays The Changes https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/tims-trio-plays-the-changes/ Sun, 12 Jul 2020 10:00:44 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1979 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/tims-trio-plays-the-changes/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/tims-trio-plays-the-changes/feed/ 0 <p>The Tim Stevens Trio has released their 5th album, a collection of 10 pieces composed by Tim during 2016, when he composed 1 piece everyday – a total of 366</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/tims-trio-plays-the-changes/">Tim’s Trio Plays The Changes</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> The Tim Stevens Trio has released their 5th album, a collection of 10 pieces composed by Tim during 2016, when he composed 1 piece everyday – a total of 366 pieces.  The Album is called “There’ll be Some Changes Played” reflecting the musical “changes” that occur whilst the trio are playing.

Tim Stevens spoke with David Moyle about the  joy of playing with the trio, their ability to almost know what each other is going to do when they are improvising together, and his series of Quarantunes released on Facebook earlier this year during Melbourne’s first round of COVID isolations. 

Tim has released 14 albums over the years which are available on bandcamp.

Tim Stevens was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday July 12, 2020
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The Tim Stevens Trio has released their 5th album, a collection of 10 pieces composed by Tim during 2016, when he composed 1 piece everyday – a total of 366 The Tim Stevens Trio has released their 5th album, a collection of 10 pieces composed by Tim during 2016, when he composed 1 piece everyday – a total of 366 pieces.  The Album is called “There’ll be Some Changes Played” reflecting the musical “changes” that occur whilst the trio are playing.
Tim Stevens spoke with David Moyle about the  joy of playing with the trio, their ability to almost know what each other is going to do when they are improvising together, and his series of Quarantunes released on Facebook earlier this year during Melbourne’s first round of COVID isolations. 
Tim has released 14 albums over the years which are available on bandcamp.
Tim Stevens was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday July 12, 2020
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Panorama Brasil Beautifies the Chants and Calls https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/panorama-brasil-beautifies-the-chants-and-calls/ Tue, 07 Jul 2020 11:17:47 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1968 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/panorama-brasil-beautifies-the-chants-and-calls/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/panorama-brasil-beautifies-the-chants-and-calls/feed/ 0 <p>Afro-Brazilian inspired jazz is at the heart of the latest album from Alistair Kerr‘s Panorama Brasil project. The album has been inspired by the music and iconography of the Afro-Brazilian</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/07/panorama-brasil-beautifies-the-chants-and-calls/">Panorama Brasil Beautifies the Chants and Calls</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Afro-Brazilian inspired jazz is at the heart of the latest album from Alistair Kerr‘s Panorama Brasil project.

The album has been inspired by the music and iconography of the Afro-Brazilian religion Candomble, with ten of the religions Orixas, or deities, represented by the music that Alastair has composed.

Alastair spoke with David Moyle about the new album – Chant/Call:Stories of the Gods, finding Brazilian Jazz, getting the best from a music lesson, and starting his drumming on the pots and pans!

Panorama Brasil features Flautist Asha Henfry, Trombone player Andrew Hammon, Pianist Matt Boden, Bass player Memo Beltzer with Alastair playing drums and percussion.

Checkout the album on Bandcamp

Alastair Kerr was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday July 5, 2020
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Afro-Brazilian inspired jazz is at the heart of the latest album from Alistair Kerr‘s Panorama Brasil project. The album has been inspired by the music and iconography of the Afro-Brazilian Alistair Kerr‘s Panorama Brasil project.

The album has been inspired by the music and iconography of the Afro-Brazilian religion Candomble, with ten of the religions Orixas, or deities, represented by the music that Alastair has composed.
Alastair spoke with David Moyle about the new album – Chant/Call:Stories of the Gods, finding Brazilian Jazz, getting the best from a music lesson, and starting his drumming on the pots and pans!
Panorama Brasil features Flautist Asha Henfry, Trombone player Andrew Hammon, Pianist Matt Boden, Bass player Memo Beltzer with Alastair playing drums and percussion.
Checkout the album on Bandcamp
Alastair Kerr was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday July 5, 2020
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Impermanence Improvises Intelligently – with Games! https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/impermanence-improvises-intelligently-with-games/ Sun, 28 Jun 2020 10:00:48 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1958 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/impermanence-improvises-intelligently-with-games/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/impermanence-improvises-intelligently-with-games/feed/ 0 <p>Improvising Trio IMPERMANENCE spoke on Bent Notes about the improvisation games they play, creating new and interesting works out of musical forms and ideas. Impermanence are releasing this debut double-album</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/impermanence-improvises-intelligently-with-games/">Impermanence Improvises Intelligently – with Games!</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

Improvising Trio IMPERMANENCE spoke on Bent Notes about the improvisation games they play, creating new and interesting works out of musical forms and ideas.

Impermanence are releasing this debut double-album WITH//WITHOUT, where the WITH disc includes electronic sounds, and the WITHOUT disc are the three musicians playing acoustically.

Bianca Gannon plays piano and mixed Indonesian Gamelan Instruments (at the same time!), Josh Holt plays Double Bass and Bass guitar, and Elliot Hughes plays the Trumpet and the Augmented Trumpet (his own invention).

Impermanence are live-streaming launching their debut album from their facebook page at 8pm on the evenings of June 28 and 29, 2020,  and performing LIVE at the JAZZLAB on Tuesday August 29, 2020.

Checkout their website and facebook pages for more information, and the JAZZLAB website for tickets to the Live Launch.

Impermanence was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday June 28, 2020
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Improvising Trio IMPERMANENCE spoke on Bent Notes about the improvisation games they play, creating new and interesting works out of musical forms and ideas. Impermanence are releasing this debut double-album
Improvising Trio IMPERMANENCE spoke on Bent Notes about the improvisation games they play, creating new and interesting works out of musical forms and ideas.
Impermanence are releasing this debut double-album WITH//WITHOUT, where the WITH disc includes electronic sounds, and the WITHOUT disc are the three musicians playing acoustically.
Bianca Gannon plays piano and mixed Indonesian Gamelan Instruments (at the same time!), Josh Holt plays Double Bass and Bass guitar, and Elliot Hughes plays the Trumpet and the Augmented Trumpet (his own invention).
Impermanence are live-streaming launching their debut album from their facebook page at 8pm on the evenings of June 28 and 29, 2020,  and performing LIVE at the JAZZLAB on Tuesday August 29, 2020.
Checkout their website and facebook pages for more information, and the JAZZLAB website for tickets to the Live Launch.
Impermanence was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday June 28, 2020
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THEN THIS happened with Niko Schauble https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/then-this-happened-with-niko-schauble/ Tue, 16 Jun 2020 11:47:34 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1951 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/then-this-happened-with-niko-schauble/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/then-this-happened-with-niko-schauble/feed/ 0 <p>Niko Schauble is a multi-talented Musician, composer, arranger and producer who also owns the Pughouse Recording Studio. Niko chats about his time in COVID Isolation and his first venture onto</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/then-this-happened-with-niko-schauble/">THEN THIS happened with Niko Schauble</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

Niko Schauble is a multi-talented Musician, composer, arranger and producer who also owns the Pughouse Recording Studio.

Niko chats about his time in COVID Isolation and his first venture onto a jazz club stage with an audience when his THEN THIS quartet takes to the Jazzlab stage at the end of June.

Along the way Niko manages to keep us entertained with stories from his many years in the industry – starting in his birth-place of Germany where he was born into a musical family.

Hear about how much Jazz can mean to a person when Niko tells us about a young German record producer who worked his way on a merchant vessel from Germany to New York just to hop off for one night to hear the great Cannonball Adderley perform on stage – then returned to Germany on the merchant vessel the next day!

Hear the stories behind Niko’s compositions EIGHTEEN ARABS and ES GEHT – and Niko’s Quirkiness!!

Niko Schauble was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday June 14, 2020
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Niko Schauble is a multi-talented Musician, composer, arranger and producer who also owns the Pughouse Recording Studio. Niko chats about his time in COVID Isolation and his first venture onto
Niko Schauble is a multi-talented Musician, composer, arranger and producer who also owns the Pughouse Recording Studio.
Niko chats about his time in COVID Isolation and his first venture onto a jazz club stage with an audience when his THEN THIS quartet takes to the Jazzlab stage at the end of June.
Along the way Niko manages to keep us entertained with stories from his many years in the industry – starting in his birth-place of Germany where he was born into a musical family.
Hear about how much Jazz can mean to a person when Niko tells us about a young German record producer who worked his way on a merchant vessel from Germany to New York just to hop off for one night to hear the great Cannonball Adderley perform on stage – then returned to Germany on the merchant vessel the next day!
Hear the stories behind Niko’s compositions EIGHTEEN ARABS and ES GEHT – and Niko’s Quirkiness!!
Niko Schauble was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday June 14, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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MIJF in These Digital Times https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/mijf-in-these-digital-times/ Mon, 08 Jun 2020 04:58:15 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1940 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/mijf-in-these-digital-times/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/mijf-in-these-digital-times/feed/ 0 <p>Hadley Agrez, CEO of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, spoke with David Moyle about the approach to the Jazz Festival in light of the isolation restrictions on concerts and gathering</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/mijf-in-these-digital-times/">MIJF in These Digital Times</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

Hadley Agrez, CEO of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, spoke with David Moyle about the approach to the Jazz Festival in light of the isolation restrictions on concerts and gathering of groups of people.

The festival are curating THREE Digital Festivals, streaming the last Saturday of May, June and July whereby Australian and International performers will be featured between midday and 10:30pm.

The program for each day will be released on the Melbourne International Jazz Festival website in the weeks leading up to each event.  The June and July streams will be announced closer to each event, including consideration of whether the restrictions in place at the time may permit some audience participation.

Saturday May 30 includes performances from Kate Ceberano, Teeny Tiny Stevies, Flora Carbo, Luca Ciarla (Direct from Italy), STOCK album launch, Gretchen Parlato and Kaiit.

Hadley Agrez was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday May 24, 2020
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Hadley Agrez, CEO of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, spoke with David Moyle about the approach to the Jazz Festival in light of the isolation restrictions on concerts and gathering
Hadley Agrez, CEO of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, spoke with David Moyle about the approach to the Jazz Festival in light of the isolation restrictions on concerts and gathering of groups of people.
The festival are curating THREE Digital Festivals, streaming the last Saturday of May, June and July whereby Australian and International performers will be featured between midday and 10:30pm.
The program for each day will be released on the Melbourne International Jazz Festival website in the weeks leading up to each event.  The June and July streams will be announced closer to each event, including consideration of whether the restrictions in place at the time may permit some audience participation.
Saturday May 30 includes performances from Kate Ceberano, Teeny Tiny Stevies, Flora Carbo, Luca Ciarla (Direct from Italy), STOCK album launch, Gretchen Parlato and Kaiit.
Hadley Agrez was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday May 24, 2020
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Dasch Sits On The Bennier & Avgenicos Tuckerbox https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/dasch-sits-on-the-bennier-avgenicos-tuckerbox/ Mon, 08 Jun 2020 03:48:06 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1930 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/dasch-sits-on-the-bennier-avgenicos-tuckerbox/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/dasch-sits-on-the-bennier-avgenicos-tuckerbox/feed/ 0 <p>Two of Australia’s Up and Coming Jazz Musicians, with a great love of Jazz and Improvised Music, have collaborated on a new chord-less project called TUCKERBOX. Trombonist Josh Bennier and Trumpeter</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/06/dasch-sits-on-the-bennier-avgenicos-tuckerbox/">Dasch Sits On The Bennier & Avgenicos Tuckerbox</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Two of Australia’s Up and Coming Jazz Musicians, with a great love of Jazz and Improvised Music, have collaborated on a new chord-less project called TUCKERBOX.

Trombonist Josh Bennier and Trumpeter Tom Avegenicos met when they were both competing in the National Jazz Awards in 2017 and have released the debut album – DASCH on STATIC Records.

Their aim is to explore the textures available in a chord-less ensemble within the realm of contemporary jazz and improvisation, and the album features original compositions from members of the band, drawing upon the Australian history of chord-less ensembles.  The chord-less approach provides an opportunity, as Tom says, to “Embrace The Space” left where the piano and guitar might otherwise have been.

A four-piece band with Melbourne drummer Luke Andressen and Sydney Bass player Jacques Emery, the project was named after the main tourist feature they found at the 1/2 way point in their drives between Sydney and Melbourne.  Hear why the front cover of their debut album features a masked and caped daschund sitting atop the ‘Tuckerbox’ from Gundagai.

Josh Bennier and Tom Avgenicos were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday June 7, 2020
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#tuckerbox #jazz  #dasch #dog #chordless #joshbennier #lukeandresen #jacquesemery #tomavgenicos

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Two of Australia’s Up and Coming Jazz Musicians, with a great love of Jazz and Improvised Music, have collaborated on a new chord-less project called TUCKERBOX. Trombonist Josh Bennier and Trumpeter Two of Australia’s Up and Coming Jazz Musicians, with a great love of Jazz and Improvised Music, have collaborated on a new chord-less project called TUCKERBOX.
Trombonist Josh Bennier and Trumpeter Tom Avegenicos met when they were both competing in the National Jazz Awards in 2017 and have released the debut album – DASCH on STATIC Records.
Their aim is to explore the textures available in a chord-less ensemble within the realm of contemporary jazz and improvisation, and the album features original compositions from members of the band, drawing upon the Australian history of chord-less ensembles.  The chord-less approach provides an opportunity, as Tom says, to “Embrace The Space” left where the piano and guitar might otherwise have been.

A four-piece band with Melbourne drummer Luke Andressen and Sydney Bass player Jacques Emery, the project was named after the main tourist feature they found at the 1/2 way point in their drives between Sydney and Melbourne.  Hear why the front cover of their debut album features a masked and caped daschund sitting atop the ‘Tuckerbox’ from Gundagai.
Josh Bennier and Tom Avgenicos were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday June 7, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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#tuckerbox #jazz  #dasch #dog #chordless #joshbennier #lukeandresen #jacquesemery #tomavgenicos
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Memories of Don Burrows https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/memories-of-don-burrows/ Mon, 13 Apr 2020 09:48:16 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1920 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/memories-of-don-burrows/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/memories-of-don-burrows/feed/ 0 <p>Don Burrows passed away on March 12, 2020 at the age of 91, leaving an amazing legacy in a treasure trove of recordings, his establishment of the first Jazz music</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/memories-of-don-burrows/">Memories of Don Burrows</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

David Jones

Don Burrows

Don Burrows passed away on March 12, 2020 at the age of 91, leaving an amazing legacy in a treasure trove of recordings, his establishment of the first Jazz music course at the Sydney Conservatorium, and the many amazing musicians who have been influenced by Don’s mentoring, encouragement and the example he has set.

One of those musicians who worked with Don across a number of years, and has many fine memories, is Melbourne based drummer/percussionist David Jones.  David remembers Don as “an icon and a treasure in the music world”, and posted a heartfelt tribute to Don as well as chatting about his many warm memories with David Moyle on Bent Notes.

David remembers the generosity and enthusiasm that Don showed for other musicians, whether on the stage, in the studio or in the schoolroom.

Hear David’s memories in this JOYcast from JOY 94.9

David Jones was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday March 15, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.

 

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Don Burrows passed away on March 12, 2020 at the age of 91, leaving an amazing legacy in a treasure trove of recordings, his establishment of the first Jazz music Don Burrows passed away on March 12, 2020 at the age of 91, leaving an amazing legacy in a treasure trove of recordings, his establishment of the first Jazz music course at the Sydney Conservatorium, and the many amazing musicians who have been influenced by Don’s mentoring, encouragement and the example he has set.
One of those musicians who worked with Don across a number of years, and has many fine memories, is Melbourne based drummer/percussionist David Jones.  David remembers Don as “an icon and a treasure in the music world”, and posted a heartfelt tribute to Don as well as chatting about his many warm memories with David Moyle on Bent Notes.
David remembers the generosity and enthusiasm that Don showed for other musicians, whether on the stage, in the studio or in the schoolroom.
Hear David’s memories in this JOYcast from JOY 94.9
David Jones was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday March 15, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.
 
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Tamara’s Album Is More Than A Dream https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/tamarasdream/ Sun, 12 Apr 2020 06:23:17 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1913 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/tamarasdream/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/tamarasdream/feed/ 0 <p>Tamara Kuldin chatted with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her latest album – This May Only Be A Dream, an album of 11 pieces – three of which are</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/tamarasdream/">Tamara’s Album Is More Than A Dream</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Tamara Kuldin chatted with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her latest album – This May Only Be A Dream, an album of 11 pieces – three of which are self-composed by Tamara.  The title comes from the lyrics for “For All We Know”.

Tamara recalls that she was introduced to the Golden Era of Song by movie critic Bill Collins introducing the midday movies on television – movies where these songs played a large part.

It was a time when Tamara believes that people took pleasure in the simplicity of story-telling through song, the romantic lilt and technicolor dream time of song, perhaps even – the Pop Songs of the day.

Tamara’s latest album – her fourth, is entitled  This May Only Be A Dream, and features a painting by her father as the very beautiful coverart in the styling of Monet.

A great band featuring Sam Keevers (Piano), Jon Delaney and Nathan Slater (Guitars), Tamara Murphy (Double Bass), Steve Grant (Trumpet & Accordian), Julien Wilson (Tenor Sax) and Danny Fischer (Drums).

Tamara Kuldin was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday March 15, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.

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Tamara Kuldin chatted with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her latest album – This May Only Be A Dream, an album of 11 pieces – three of which are Tamara Kuldin chatted with David Moyle on Bent Notes about her latest album – This May Only Be A Dream, an album of 11 pieces – three of which are self-composed by Tamara.  The title comes from the lyrics for “For All We Know”.
Tamara recalls that she was introduced to the Golden Era of Song by movie critic Bill Collins introducing the midday movies on television – movies where these songs played a large part.
It was a time when Tamara believes that people took pleasure in the simplicity of story-telling through song, the romantic lilt and technicolor dream time of song, perhaps even – the Pop Songs of the day.
Tamara’s latest album – her fourth, is entitled  This May Only Be A Dream, and features a painting by her father as the very beautiful coverart in the styling of Monet.
A great band featuring Sam Keevers (Piano), Jon Delaney and Nathan Slater (Guitars), Tamara Murphy (Double Bass), Steve Grant (Trumpet & Accordian), Julien Wilson (Tenor Sax) and Danny Fischer (Drums).
Tamara Kuldin was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday March 15, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.
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Nothing Remains Unchanged on Ross McHenry’s Voyage of Exploration https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/nothing-remains-unchanged-on-ross-mchenrys-voyage-of-exploration/ Sun, 12 Apr 2020 05:24:33 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1901 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/nothing-remains-unchanged-on-ross-mchenrys-voyage-of-exploration/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/nothing-remains-unchanged-on-ross-mchenrys-voyage-of-exploration/feed/ 0 <p>South Australian based Composer, Producer and Bass player Ross McHenry spoke with David Moyle about his Voyage of Exploration including compositional extremes and his brand new album Nothing Remains Unchanged.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/04/nothing-remains-unchanged-on-ross-mchenrys-voyage-of-exploration/">Nothing Remains Unchanged on Ross McHenry’s Voyage of Exploration</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> South Australian based Composer, Producer and Bass player Ross McHenry spoke with David Moyle about his Voyage of Exploration including compositional extremes and his brand new album Nothing Remains Unchanged.

Ross has composed for groups of three up to a full orchestra, and notes the need to be so much more careful when writing for large groups, and commenting about feeling so much more nervous waiting for the orchestra to perform his work than he has ever felt when performing his own works.

Ross believes that Australian Music has a unique sense of the Australian Experience about it, and can hear the ‘Melbourne’ experience in music from Paul Grabowsky as an example.

The new album features nine of Ross’ compositions reflecting on both his ‘current experience’ at the time of composing the music for the album, and his past experiences – both practical and emotional.

 

Ross composed the music whilst in residency in Banff, Canada at the Leighton Artist Colony.

Checkout the album on Bandcamp and hear the JOYcast below.

Ross McHenry was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday March 1, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.

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South Australian based Composer, Producer and Bass player Ross McHenry spoke with David Moyle about his Voyage of Exploration including compositional extremes and his brand new album Nothing Remains Unchanged. South Australian based Composer, Producer and Bass player Ross McHenry spoke with David Moyle about his Voyage of Exploration including compositional extremes and his brand new album Nothing Remains Unchanged.
Ross has composed for groups of three up to a full orchestra, and notes the need to be so much more careful when writing for large groups, and commenting about feeling so much more nervous waiting for the orchestra to perform his work than he has ever felt when performing his own works.
Ross believes that Australian Music has a unique sense of the Australian Experience about it, and can hear the ‘Melbourne’ experience in music from Paul Grabowsky as an example.
The new album features nine of Ross’ compositions reflecting on both his ‘current experience’ at the time of composing the music for the album, and his past experiences – both practical and emotional.
 
Ross composed the music whilst in residency in Banff, Canada at the Leighton Artist Colony.
Checkout the album on Bandcamp and hear the JOYcast below.
Ross McHenry was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday March 1, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.
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The Modular Josh Bennier https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/03/the-modular-josh-bennier/ Mon, 09 Mar 2020 02:21:31 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1880 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/03/the-modular-josh-bennier/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/03/the-modular-josh-bennier/feed/ 0 <p>David Moyle from Bent Notes welcomed composer and improvising Trombone player Josh Bennier to the studio to chat about his Modular project and the release of the album recording this</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/03/the-modular-josh-bennier/">The Modular Josh Bennier</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> David Moyle from Bent Notes welcomed composer and improvising Trombone player Josh Bennier to the studio to chat about his Modular project and the release of the album recording this project – Modular.

Starting his instrumental experiences on the violin and piano, Josh eventually found the trombone more fun and drawing him more into the jazz realm.

He obtained his diploma at the Generations in Jazz Academy through the University of Adelaide and then moved to Melbourne, feeling truly at home in a city with so many Jazz choices.

The Modular project developed out of lots of unused musical ideas and snippets written by Josh across the years, but not used at the time.  Josh collated these ideas and worked to link them together, essentially linking the ‘modules’ .  Out of this work have come 7 brand new groove based pieces on the Album combining both a Jazz and Latin approach. Modular is released on Josh’s own Record Label – STATIC Records.

Josh has created this Modular music to enable the listener to enjoy it in an active, creative fashion – not simply sitting still in a chair!

Josh Bennier was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday February 23, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.

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David Moyle from Bent Notes welcomed composer and improvising Trombone player Josh Bennier to the studio to chat about his Modular project and the release of the album recording this David Moyle from Bent Notes welcomed composer and improvising Trombone player Josh Bennier to the studio to chat about his Modular project and the release of the album recording this project – Modular.
Starting his instrumental experiences on the violin and piano, Josh eventually found the trombone more fun and drawing him more into the jazz realm.
He obtained his diploma at the Generations in Jazz Academy through the University of Adelaide and then moved to Melbourne, feeling truly at home in a city with so many Jazz choices.
The Modular project developed out of lots of unused musical ideas and snippets written by Josh across the years, but not used at the time.  Josh collated these ideas and worked to link them together, essentially linking the ‘modules’ .  Out of this work have come 7 brand new groove based pieces on the Album combining both a Jazz and Latin approach. Modular is released on Josh’s own Record Label – STATIC Records.
Josh has created this Modular music to enable the listener to enjoy it in an active, creative fashion – not simply sitting still in a chair!
Josh Bennier was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday February 23, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.
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Vanessa’s Temporary Madness https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/03/vanessas-temporary-madness/ Mon, 09 Mar 2020 01:28:11 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1868 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/03/vanessas-temporary-madness/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/03/vanessas-temporary-madness/feed/ 0 <p>Vanessa Perica visited the Bent Notes studio to chat with David Moyle about her debut album – Love Is A Temporary Madness.  The album is a collection of seven of</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/03/vanessas-temporary-madness/">Vanessa’s Temporary Madness</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Vanessa Perica visited the Bent Notes studio to chat with David Moyle about her debut album – Love Is A Temporary Madness.  The album is a collection of seven of Vanessa’s compositions recorded by her hand-picked Jazz Orchestra.

Vanessa started classical piano at a the age of 6 while also a sports mad child. She then moved to jazz trumpet before jumping into the composition/arranging world – which included conducting!

Vanessa loves the exhilarating feeling of a big band driven by that great horn section sound.  Her 17 piece Jazz Orchestra includes musicians she knew from her time studying at WAAPA in Western Australia.

Vanessa also talks about the emotional inspirations which have driven her compositions and some aspects of converting those emotions into musical sounds.

 

Checkout Vanessa’s Album Promo video on Youtube, and Vanessa’s website for more information including  links to the new album – Love Is A Temporary Madness.

Vanessa Perica was a guest of Bent Notes on Sunday March 1, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.

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Vanessa Perica visited the Bent Notes studio to chat with David Moyle about her debut album – Love Is A Temporary Madness.  The album is a collection of seven of Vanessa Perica visited the Bent Notes studio to chat with David Moyle about her debut album – Love Is A Temporary Madness.  The album is a collection of seven of Vanessa’s compositions recorded by her hand-picked Jazz Orchestra.
Vanessa started classical piano at a the age of 6 while also a sports mad child. She then moved to jazz trumpet before jumping into the composition/arranging world – which included conducting!
Vanessa loves the exhilarating feeling of a big band driven by that great horn section sound.  Her 17 piece Jazz Orchestra includes musicians she knew from her time studying at WAAPA in Western Australia.
Vanessa also talks about the emotional inspirations which have driven her compositions and some aspects of converting those emotions into musical sounds.
 
Checkout Vanessa’s Album Promo video on Youtube, and Vanessa’s website for more information including  links to the new album – Love Is A Temporary Madness.
Vanessa Perica was a guest of Bent Notes on Sunday March 1, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.
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Posh Reggae comes to Port with YolanDa Brown https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/posh-reggae-comes-to-port-with-yolanda-brown/ Thu, 27 Feb 2020 11:05:43 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1853 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/posh-reggae-comes-to-port-with-yolanda-brown/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/posh-reggae-comes-to-port-with-yolanda-brown/feed/ 0 <p>Posh Reggae comes to the Port Fairy Folk Festival when British Jazz Saxophonist YolanDa Brown visits Victoria to perform in the festival, at a small number of club gig’s, and</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/posh-reggae-comes-to-port-with-yolanda-brown/">Posh Reggae comes to Port with YolanDa Brown</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Posh Reggae comes to the Port Fairy Folk Festival when British Jazz Saxophonist YolanDa Brown visits Victoria to perform in the festival, at a small number of club gig’s, and then travels to NSW to the Blue Mountains Music Festival.

David Moyle spoke with YolanDa on Bent Notes where we heard about her Children’s Television program – Yolanda’s Band Jam, and the importance of educating children with music of all types, and how this carries all the way through life.  Of course, when the parents attending the children’s shows realise that YolanDa is more than a children’s television performer they become fans of her music too.

YolanDa was brought up on a musical diet from her father’s record collection which included classical, ska, reggae, rock and folk genres – such a broad range educating YolanDa to appreciate Music in its fullest sense.

Hear where the term POSH REGGAE came from (something to do with Melbourne!)

Yolanda is performing at the Port Fairy Folk Festival on March 6, 7, 8, The Fyrefly (Mar 12), The Jazzlab (Mar 13), and the Blue Mountains Music Festival (Mar 14-15) with music from her album LOVE, POLITICS, WAR, and new music too –  on the Million Billion Love Tour!

YolanDa Brown was a guest of Bent Notes on Sunday February 23, 2020
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Posh Reggae comes to the Port Fairy Folk Festival when British Jazz Saxophonist YolanDa Brown visits Victoria to perform in the festival, at a small number of club gig’s, and Posh Reggae comes to the Port Fairy Folk Festival when British Jazz Saxophonist YolanDa Brown visits Victoria to perform in the festival, at a small number of club gig’s, and then travels to NSW to the Blue Mountains Music Festival.
David Moyle spoke with YolanDa on Bent Notes where we heard about her Children’s Television program – Yolanda’s Band Jam, and the importance of educating children with music of all types, and how this carries all the way through life.  Of course, when the parents attending the children’s shows realise that YolanDa is more than a children’s television performer they become fans of her music too.
YolanDa was brought up on a musical diet from her father’s record collection which included classical, ska, reggae, rock and folk genres – such a broad range educating YolanDa to appreciate Music in its fullest sense.
Hear where the term POSH REGGAE came from (something to do with Melbourne!)
Yolanda is performing at the Port Fairy Folk Festival on March 6, 7, 8, The Fyrefly (Mar 12), The Jazzlab (Mar 13), and the Blue Mountains Music Festival (Mar 14-15) with music from her album LOVE, POLITICS, WAR, and new music too –  on the Million Billion Love Tour!
YolanDa Brown was a guest of Bent Notes on Sunday February 23, 2020
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Hand To Earth with Sunny Kim https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/hand-to-earth-with-sunny-kim/ Mon, 24 Feb 2020 10:37:00 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1842 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/hand-to-earth-with-sunny-kim/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/hand-to-earth-with-sunny-kim/feed/ 0 <p>Paul Gardner and Corey were joined in the Bent Notes studio by the brilliant Sunny Kim, a Korean jazz performer who has worked as a jazz singer and vocalist in</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/hand-to-earth-with-sunny-kim/">Hand To Earth with Sunny Kim</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Paul Gardner and Corey were joined in the Bent Notes studio by the brilliant Sunny Kim, a Korean jazz performer who has worked as a jazz singer and vocalist in Korea, New York and Australia.

Sunny’s recent collaboration with Daniel Wilfred, Peter Knight and the Australian Arts OrchestraHand to Earth – explores nature, different cultures, and using the voice as an instrument.

We learn about her first meeting with Daniel where they sung together about the stars; and her previous collaboration with Peter – Bright Splinters – in Korea; how the three of them incorporate their cultures into their music, and how music forms relationships.

Paul also hears about Sunny’s own album – Painter’s Eye – and the role of poetry in reconnecting with her homeland after being away for so many years.

Hand to Earth was held on the February 23, 2020 at the Arts Centre Melbourne as part of the Meeting Points Series – a creative collaboration between the Australian Art Orchestra and Arts Centre Melbourne..

Sunny Kim was a guest of Bent Notes on Sunday February 9, 2020
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Paul Gardner and Corey were joined in the Bent Notes studio by the brilliant Sunny Kim, a Korean jazz performer who has worked as a jazz singer and vocalist in Paul Gardner and Corey were joined in the Bent Notes studio by the brilliant Sunny Kim, a Korean jazz performer who has worked as a jazz singer and vocalist in Korea, New York and Australia.
Sunny’s recent collaboration with Daniel Wilfred, Peter Knight and the Australian Arts OrchestraHand to Earth – explores nature, different cultures, and using the voice as an instrument.
We learn about her first meeting with Daniel where they sung together about the stars; and her previous collaboration with Peter – Bright Splinters – in Korea; how the three of them incorporate their cultures into their music, and how music forms relationships.
Paul also hears about Sunny’s own album – Painter’s Eye – and the role of poetry in reconnecting with her homeland after being away for so many years.
Hand to Earth was held on the February 23, 2020 at the Arts Centre Melbourne as part of the Meeting Points Series – a creative collaboration between the Australian Art Orchestra and Arts Centre Melbourne..
Sunny Kim was a guest of Bent Notes on Sunday February 9, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Big Night with the Horns of Leroy https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/1831/ Fri, 07 Feb 2020 12:13:28 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1831 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/1831/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/1831/feed/ 0 <p>Melbourne’s Punked Out, Raucous 7-piece Street Band, starting their musical life on the Streets of Fitzroy, is about to release their 2nd full album called BIG NIGHT, featuring brand new</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/1831/">Big Night with the Horns of Leroy</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>

Melbourne’s Punked Out, Raucous 7-piece Street Band, starting their musical life on the Streets of Fitzroy, is about to release their 2nd full album called BIG NIGHT, featuring brand new Brass Band music composed by members the band, and including a special featured artist – Thando.

The Band is The Horns Of Leroy.

Hear about the history of the band and how they stretch the boundaries of Jazz by incorporating music from outside the Jazz Realm, creating great foot tapping, dance-able numbers.

BIG NIGHT is being launched at HOWLER on Saturday February 8, 2020.

Listen to this JOYcast from Bent Notes to hear all about the album and what the band has been doing.

Travis Woods and Chris Vizard were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday February 2, 2020.
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Melbourne’s Punked Out, Raucous 7-piece Street Band, starting their musical life on the Streets of Fitzroy, is about to release their 2nd full album called BIG NIGHT, featuring brand new
Melbourne’s Punked Out, Raucous 7-piece Street Band, starting their musical life on the Streets of Fitzroy, is about to release their 2nd full album called BIG NIGHT, featuring brand new Brass Band music composed by members the band, and including a special featured artist – Thando.
The Band is The Horns Of Leroy.
Hear about the history of the band and how they stretch the boundaries of Jazz by incorporating music from outside the Jazz Realm, creating great foot tapping, dance-able numbers.
BIG NIGHT is being launched at HOWLER on Saturday February 8, 2020.
Listen to this JOYcast from Bent Notes to hear all about the album and what the band has been doing.
Travis Woods and Chris Vizard were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday February 2, 2020.
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Goddesses of Jazz Grace the JOY Studios https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/goddesses-of-jazz-grace-the-joy-studios/ Thu, 06 Feb 2020 10:42:28 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1826 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/goddesses-of-jazz-grace-the-joy-studios/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/goddesses-of-jazz-grace-the-joy-studios/feed/ 0 <p>Melbourne’s Goddesses of Jazz, Maude Davey OAM and Ruth Katerelos, graced the JOY Studios with their presence on Bent Notes to chat about creating a program of amazing jazz from</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/02/goddesses-of-jazz-grace-the-joy-studios/">Goddesses of Jazz Grace the JOY Studios</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Melbourne’s Goddesses of Jazz, Maude Davey OAM and Ruth Katerelos, graced the JOY Studios with their presence on Bent Notes to chat about creating a program of amazing jazz from the music of the great female jazz vocalists – the Real Goddesses of Jazz – vocalists such as Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, Peggy Lee, Judy Garland, Piaf etc.

Hear what a real ‘performance’ is all about and how a story can be told that keeps you enthralled and entertained.

Maude and Ruth are performing their Goddesses of Jazz show at the Paris Cat Jazz Club on Saturday and Sunday February 8 & 9, 2020.

Maude Davey and Ruth Katerelos were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday February 2, 2020.
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Melbourne’s Goddesses of Jazz, Maude Davey OAM and Ruth Katerelos, graced the JOY Studios with their presence on Bent Notes to chat about creating a program of amazing jazz from Melbourne’s Goddesses of Jazz, Maude Davey OAM and Ruth Katerelos, graced the JOY Studios with their presence on Bent Notes to chat about creating a program of amazing jazz from the music of the great female jazz vocalists – the Real Goddesses of Jazz – vocalists such as Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, Peggy Lee, Judy Garland, Piaf etc.
Hear what a real ‘performance’ is all about and how a story can be told that keeps you enthralled and entertained.
Maude and Ruth are performing their Goddesses of Jazz show at the Paris Cat Jazz Club on Saturday and Sunday February 8 & 9, 2020.
Maude Davey and Ruth Katerelos were guests of Bent Notes on Sunday February 2, 2020.
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Steve’s Jazz In The Park https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/steves-jazz-in-the-park/ Mon, 27 Jan 2020 09:29:58 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1816 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/steves-jazz-in-the-park/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/steves-jazz-in-the-park/feed/ 0 <p>Steve Sedergreen visited the Bent Notes studio and chatted with David Moyle about taking his Points In Time  project On-The-Road to Boorondara’s Jazz In The Park – one in a</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/steves-jazz-in-the-park/">Steve’s Jazz In The Park</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Steve Sedergreen visited the Bent Notes studio and chatted with David Moyle about taking his Points In Time  project On-The-Road to Boorondara’s Jazz In The Park – one in a series of free concerts for the community, sponsored by the Boorondara Council.

Steve talks about returning to travel this year with overseas musical opportunities and continuing his Points in Time project and Deep Listening approach, as well as having lots of fun in the park.

St James Park presents an open air stage for Steve to bring his Jazz into the open, getting his band back together, and featuring his guest artists, including Axel Whitehead.

Also on the program will be Steve and Mal Sedergreen’s Youth Ensemble, taking the opportunity to show-off their musical talents.

Steve Sedergreen’s Jazz In The Park is at St.James Park, 3 Burwood Road Hawthorn VIC 3122 from 6-9pm Saturday February 1, 2020

Steve Sedergreen was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 26, 2020
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Steve Sedergreen visited the Bent Notes studio and chatted with David Moyle about taking his Points In Time  project On-The-Road to Boorondara’s Jazz In The Park – one in a Steve Sedergreen visited the Bent Notes studio and chatted with David Moyle about taking his Points In Time  project On-The-Road to Boorondara’s Jazz In The Park – one in a series of free concerts for the community, sponsored by the Boorondara Council.
Steve talks about returning to travel this year with overseas musical opportunities and continuing his Points in Time project and Deep Listening approach, as well as having lots of fun in the park.
St James Park presents an open air stage for Steve to bring his Jazz into the open, getting his band back together, and featuring his guest artists, including Axel Whitehead.
Also on the program will be Steve and Mal Sedergreen’s Youth Ensemble, taking the opportunity to show-off their musical talents.
Steve Sedergreen’s Jazz In The Park is at St.James Park, 3 Burwood Road Hawthorn VIC 3122 from 6-9pm Saturday February 1, 2020
Steve Sedergreen was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 26, 2020
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Dave De Vries’ Short Stories https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/dave-de-vries-short-stories/ Sun, 19 Jan 2020 09:37:29 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1807 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/dave-de-vries-short-stories/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/dave-de-vries-short-stories/feed/ 0 <p>Sydney based Guitarist, Composer and Educator, Dave De Vries, spoke with David Moyle about his Debut Album – Short Stories. Avant-Guarde Jazz pioneer Jimmy Giuffre was a musician who Dave</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/dave-de-vries-short-stories/">Dave De Vries’ Short Stories</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Sydney based Guitarist, Composer and Educator, Dave De Vries, spoke with David Moyle about his Debut Album – Short Stories.

Avant-Guarde Jazz pioneer Jimmy Giuffre was a musician who Dave was enthused with – so much so that he wrote his Thesis on Jimmy’s compositional development – something that has had an influence on Dave’s music.

The album is a collection of seven self-composed pieces – pieces that have been workshopped by Dave for some time before taking the pieces into the studio.

Dave De Vries was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 12, 2020
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Sydney based Guitarist, Composer and Educator, Dave De Vries, spoke with David Moyle about his Debut Album – Short Stories. Avant-Guarde Jazz pioneer Jimmy Giuffre was a musician who Dave Sydney based Guitarist, Composer and Educator, Dave De Vries, spoke with David Moyle about his Debut Album – Short Stories.
Avant-Guarde Jazz pioneer Jimmy Giuffre was a musician who Dave was enthused with – so much so that he wrote his Thesis on Jimmy’s compositional development – something that has had an influence on Dave’s music.
The album is a collection of seven self-composed pieces – pieces that have been workshopped by Dave for some time before taking the pieces into the studio.
Dave De Vries was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 12, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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Fem Belling’s Burn Benefit Jazz Concert https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/fem-bellings-burn-benefit-jazz-concert/ Sun, 19 Jan 2020 08:48:27 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1802 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/fem-bellings-burn-benefit-jazz-concert/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/fem-bellings-burn-benefit-jazz-concert/feed/ 0 <p>Fem Belling spoke with David Moyle about her fabulous idea to raise funds to support Wildlife Victoria in their quest to care for animals injured in the Victorian Bushfires which</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/fem-bellings-burn-benefit-jazz-concert/">Fem Belling’s Burn Benefit Jazz Concert</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> Fem Belling spoke with David Moyle about her fabulous idea to raise funds to support Wildlife Victoria in their quest to care for animals injured in the Victorian Bushfires which are continuing to impact Victoria.

Fem put the call out to her fellow Jazz Musicians and the result is Burn Benefit at the Transport Rooftop Bar at Fed Square on Monday night, January 20, 2020 from 7pm.   Transport Rooftop Bar is donating the venue and all Bar profits on the night.

An impressive line-up of local, and not so local, jazz musicians responded to her call and over 60 muso’s have donated their time, talent and inspiration to help Wildlife Victoria.

Musicians include Nat Bartch, Joe Chindamo, the Commoners, the Jack Earle Trio, Nichaud Fitzgibbon, Paul Grabowsky, the Kimba Griffith Septet,  John McAll, the Daryl McKenzie Jazz Orchestra, Melbourne Amplified Strings, Mon & Jelly Roll, Moving Targets, Oscar Neyland, the Kathleen O’ Halloran Trio, Rico Alma, the Rookies, Rita Satch, the Shuffle Club, the Werewolves, Wilbur Wilde, Chelsea Wilson, Zedsix and a visiting artist from New York – Tim Ries, saxophonist for the Rolling Stones

For all the details go to  Facebook.

For tickets go to Trybooking.

Fem Belling was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 12, 2020
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Fem Belling spoke with David Moyle about her fabulous idea to raise funds to support Wildlife Victoria in their quest to care for animals injured in the Victorian Bushfires which Fem Belling spoke with David Moyle about her fabulous idea to raise funds to support Wildlife Victoria in their quest to care for animals injured in the Victorian Bushfires which are continuing to impact Victoria.
Fem put the call out to her fellow Jazz Musicians and the result is Burn Benefit at the Transport Rooftop Bar at Fed Square on Monday night, January 20, 2020 from 7pm.   Transport Rooftop Bar is donating the venue and all Bar profits on the night.
An impressive line-up of local, and not so local, jazz musicians responded to her call and over 60 muso’s have donated their time, talent and inspiration to help Wildlife Victoria.
Musicians include Nat Bartch, Joe Chindamo, the Commoners, the Jack Earle Trio, Nichaud Fitzgibbon, Paul Grabowsky, the Kimba Griffith Septet,  John McAll, the Daryl McKenzie Jazz Orchestra, Melbourne Amplified Strings, Mon & Jelly Roll, Moving Targets, Oscar Neyland, the Kathleen O’ Halloran Trio, Rico Alma, the Rookies, Rita Satch, the Shuffle Club, the Werewolves, Wilbur Wilde, Chelsea Wilson, Zedsix and a visiting artist from New York – Tim Ries, saxophonist for the Rolling Stones
For all the details go to  Facebook.
For tickets go to Trybooking.
Fem Belling was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday January 12, 2020
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
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From Thrash to Jazz – James Wiley https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/from-thrash-to-jazz-james-wiley/ Fri, 17 Jan 2020 02:10:17 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1790 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/from-thrash-to-jazz-james-wiley/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/from-thrash-to-jazz-james-wiley/feed/ 0 <p> Paul Gardner was joined in studio recently by guitarist James Wiley, leader of the band the Yugoslav Attack. James started his musical career in Thrash Music – a distance from</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2020/01/from-thrash-to-jazz-james-wiley/">From Thrash to Jazz – James Wiley</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p>  Paul Gardner was joined in studio recently by guitarist James Wiley, leader of the band the Yugoslav Attack.

James started his musical career in Thrash Music – a distance from jazz. He discusses the challenges he faced getting into Melbourne’s competitive jazz scene, putting his band together, and how he handles composing music when he doesn’t notate it.

James also explains the connection between the name of his band ‘The Yugoslav Attack’ and their first album ‘Fianchetto’ – and the game of Chess.

The album Fianchetto is available on bandcamp.

James Wiley was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday December 1, 2019.
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 Paul Gardner was joined in studio recently by guitarist James Wiley, leader of the band the Yugoslav Attack. James started his musical career in Thrash Music – a distance from  Paul Gardner was joined in studio recently by guitarist James Wiley, leader of the band the Yugoslav Attack.
James started his musical career in Thrash Music – a distance from jazz. He discusses the challenges he faced getting into Melbourne’s competitive jazz scene, putting his band together, and how he handles composing music when he doesn’t notate it.
James also explains the connection between the name of his band ‘The Yugoslav Attack’ and their first album ‘Fianchetto’ – and the game of Chess.
The album Fianchetto is available on bandcamp.
James Wiley was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday December 1, 2019.
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.

 
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Gemma Farrell and her Quintet – Music from the West https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2019/11/gemma-farrell-and-her-quintet-music-from-the-west/ Mon, 25 Nov 2019 10:13:21 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1782 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2019/11/gemma-farrell-and-her-quintet-music-from-the-west/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2019/11/gemma-farrell-and-her-quintet-music-from-the-west/feed/ 0 <p>West Australian Multi-Instrumentalist Gemma Farrell spoke with David Moyle about playing Jazz for the Juniors at the Perth International Jazz Festival before travelling to the east coast with her quintet</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2019/11/gemma-farrell-and-her-quintet-music-from-the-west/">Gemma Farrell and her Quintet – Music from the West</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> West Australian Multi-Instrumentalist Gemma Farrell spoke with David Moyle about playing Jazz for the Juniors at the Perth International Jazz Festival before travelling to the east coast with her quintet playing in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

Gemma notes that kids are so curious and eager to learn and that it is so rewarding to play for children who have lots of questions, but the real question is how to encourage adults to have the same eagerness and enthusiasm for live music.

A member of eight different projects, Gemma has a busy musical life and has been running her quintet for over six years.  The Quintet was a major part of re-establishing herself when she moved back to Perth after six years away.  A group of instruments that Gemma likes, the quintet turns her notes on a page into Music!

Gemma performed at the Jazzlab on November 19, 2019 presented by the Melbourne Jazz Co-operative.

Gemma Farrell was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday November 10, 2019
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West Australian Multi-Instrumentalist Gemma Farrell spoke with David Moyle about playing Jazz for the Juniors at the Perth International Jazz Festival before travelling to the east coast with her quintet West Australian Multi-Instrumentalist Gemma Farrell spoke with David Moyle about playing Jazz for the Juniors at the Perth International Jazz Festival before travelling to the east coast with her quintet playing in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.
Gemma notes that kids are so curious and eager to learn and that it is so rewarding to play for children who have lots of questions, but the real question is how to encourage adults to have the same eagerness and enthusiasm for live music.
A member of eight different projects, Gemma has a busy musical life and has been running her quintet for over six years.  The Quintet was a major part of re-establishing herself when she moved back to Perth after six years away.  A group of instruments that Gemma likes, the quintet turns her notes on a page into Music!
Gemma performed at the Jazzlab on November 19, 2019 presented by the Melbourne Jazz Co-operative.
Gemma Farrell was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday November 10, 2019
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Harry Tinney and his Kingsnake https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2019/11/harry-tinney-and-his-kingsnake/ Sat, 23 Nov 2019 11:31:58 +0000 http://joy.org.au/bentnotes/?p=1771 https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2019/11/harry-tinney-and-his-kingsnake/#respond https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2019/11/harry-tinney-and-his-kingsnake/feed/ 0 <p>When Jazz Guitarist and Composer Harry Tinney visited the Bent Notes Studio recently he spoke about finding his guitar in Japan, why it is so special to him, and using</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes/2019/11/harry-tinney-and-his-kingsnake/">Harry Tinney and his Kingsnake</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://joy.org.au/bentnotes">Bent Notes</a>.</p> When Jazz Guitarist and Composer Harry Tinney visited the Bent Notes Studio recently he spoke about finding his guitar in Japan, why it is so special to him, and using it to perform and compose.   The guitar inspired Harry to name his debut album after the Guitar – KINGSNAKE.

Always a Guitar player, Harry grew up with guitar across genre’s, and lots of music in his family through his parents great involvement in music.

Harry’s Band is also his group of friends who he has met during his education at Monash University’s Sir Zelman Cowan’s School of Music

Harry Tinney was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday November 10, 2019
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.

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When Jazz Guitarist and Composer Harry Tinney visited the Bent Notes Studio recently he spoke about finding his guitar in Japan, why it is so special to him, and using When Jazz Guitarist and Composer Harry Tinney visited the Bent Notes Studio recently he spoke about finding his guitar in Japan, why it is so special to him, and using it to perform and compose.   The guitar inspired Harry to name his debut album after the Guitar – KINGSNAKE.
Always a Guitar player, Harry grew up with guitar across genre’s, and lots of music in his family through his parents great involvement in music.
Harry’s Band is also his group of friends who he has met during his education at Monash University’s Sir Zelman Cowan’s School of Music
Harry Tinney was guest of Bent Notes on Sunday November 10, 2019
JOY 94.9 – Out.Loud.Proud – Your Voice – Your Radio Station
Thanks to our Podcaster – Ilona.
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