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Page added Jun 15, 2017 Updated Jun 23, 2017

Music from a recent Jazztrack live recording of saxophonist Angela Davis and her quartet at the Melbourne Recital Centre.

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Recently returned from the USA, we'll hear saxophonist Angela Davis and her quartet of Grant Windsor (piano), Sam Anning (bass) and Hugh Harvey (drums). Davis also spent some time studying with the great Lee Konitz whilst in America, and we'll hear from him on this episode too, as well as music from Duke Ellington in 1972 and Wynton Kelly with Wes Montgomery in 1966.

Presented by Mal Stanley
Image: Angela Davis' Website
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Jun 17, 2017. 5:00pm - 6:55pm
Jun 20, 2017. 2:00pm - 3:55pm
Jun 20, 2017. 9:00pm - 10:55pm

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Artist Biography


Described by the Age as having 'an instinctively melodic approach', saxophonist Angela Davis is a unique and sought-after musician currently based in Melbourne. She has a Masters of Music from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and during her time overseas recorded two critically acclaimed albums as a leader – 'The Art Of The Melody' and 'Lady Luck.'

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