The 38th Merimbula Jazz Festival will be held from June 8 to 11 in Merimbula town, New South Wales, Australia.
The 2018 program is under definition, but in 2017 more than 640 musicians performed.
More than 30 locations will host the 21st edition of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, from June 1 to 10, 2018. Melbourne’s streets, concert halls and jazz clubs will host international jazz artists, as well as emerging artists…
Born 57 years ago, the Adelaide Fringe Festival can be considered one of the world largest artistic events. Adelaide city will host for a month many local and international artists, with about a thousand events scheduled in theaters, hotels, art galleries, but also open air events, or in warehouses or buildings fallen into disuse…
The second edition of the Port Fairy Jazz Festival will be held in the Victoria State town from February 9 to 11, 2018. It’s a non-profit festival, completely organised by volunteers, with the aim of promoting jazz music.
From December 3 to 8, 2017, many excellent local and international jazz musicians will perform at Norfolk Island Jazz Festival. Among the artists already confirmed, we find the New Zealanders The Andrew London Trio, the vocalist Pearl Noire, the guitar-violin duo Mimosa Duo and the Feral Swingcats…
The Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues will be held in the Australian city of Wangaratta (Victoria), from 3 to 5 November, 2017. The programme foresees concerts on several stages around the city, a market as well as a food and wine court. Moreover, the National Jazz Award will be assigned, the most important Australian prize in jazz field, this year dedicated to brass.
The University of Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music will host an international jazz festival on Sunday 4 June, featuring more than 100 musicians in 26 events across five different venues
The Melbourne Jazz festival is starting today, June 2, and will last until Sunday, June 11.
Among the protagonists of the Australian event, Diana Reeves, Tigran Hamasyan, Carla Bley Trio, Kenny Barron Trio, Bill Frisell and many others.
The Perth International Jazz Festival is back for the fifth consecutive year, from Friday May 26th to Sunday May 28th, with the participation of international and local artists, such as Greg Osby, Jo Lawry, Satoko Fukii, Will Vinson, Steve Newcombe, Rafael Jerjen and many others. For the first time, moreover, the city of York will also host some of the performances.
The next edition of the Generations in Jazz Festival will be held from May 5 to 7 in Mount Gambier (South Australia). It will host performances by famous artists such as Benjamin Northey, James Morrison, Jazzmeia Horn, Gordon Goodwin, Wycliffe Gordon, Marian Petrescu, Ollie Macgill, Mat Jodrell and, simultaneously, it will be an opportunity for the students of more than 100 schools, coming from all the nations, of challenging themselves and winning the “James Morrison Instrumental Jazz Scholarship”, “Generations in Jazz Vocal Scholarship” and the “City of Mount Gambier National Big Bands Awards”.