For 10 days, the City of Stonnington in Melbourne will be transformed with shows from some of the best Australian jazz musicians.
Promising their performances will be something different and special for the Festival, there’s a swag of established artists like Vince Jones, Joe Chindamo, Allan Browne, Bob Sedergreen, Paul Grabowsky, Paul Williamson, Ian Chaplin, Andy Sugg, Stu Hunter and Andrew Robson (pictured).
The Festival also has a reputation for giving emerging artists the opportunity to shine, with this year's program including pianist/vocalist Sarah McKenzie, trumpeter Eamon McNelis, and pianist Nat Bartsch.
To view the complete line up head to the Stonnington Jazz website.
See the ABC Jazz wrapup of the 2010 Festival with pictures and audience reviews - here.
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Andrew Michael Robson OBE (born 1964) is an English professionalbridge player, writer and teacher. He is a British and English international. Robson is the bridge columnist for The Times and Country Life. Robson was a member of the Great Britain Juniors team which won the World Youth Team Championship in 1989 and of the Great Britain Open team which won the European Open Teams Championship in...
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