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Stu Hunter's 'The Migration'

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Page added Dec 14, 2015 Updated Jan 11, 2016

With the 2015 Sydney Fest around the corner, we're previewing one of the highlight jazz acts coming up: Stu Hunter's new suite The Migration

Local pianist and composer Stu Hunter will be launching his new suite The Migration at the City Recital Hall on January 9, and we were lucky enough to get an advance copy of the new album. So, to whet your appetite for this special work, we're giving the studio version a run on this episode. We'll hear The Migration in full, and although this isn't 'live; per se, being a suite, it is a work that is designed specifically to be performed live...


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Jan 7, 2016. 9:00pm - 10:10pm

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Artist Biography


A rising star in modern jazz, Australian producer, pianist and composer Stu Hunter made his breakthrough with his lauded album, 'The Muse' (2007), followed by the award-winning sophomore suite, 'The Gathering' (2010) which The Australian declared "a milestone in contemporary jazz". Hunter's music has a trace of dynamite smoke about it, such is its passion and...

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