Sunday 2nd June 2019
Get your festival tickets HERE.
The HJT is excited to be playing as part of this years 2019 Sydney Con International Jazz Festival.
The Sydney Con International Jazz Festival is a one day boutique festival held in the beautiful Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
Featuring an incredible line of national and international artists all under the one roof. Guaranteed to be a sublime day of music.
For a full list of artists and bands head to the festival website: https://sydneyconjazzfest.com
Sydney Womens Jazz Collective feat. Helen Sung
7th Nov, 7:30 @ Foundry 616
The SWJC is delighted to be opening the 2018 Sydney International Womens jazz Festival with the incredible US pianist Helen Sung.
Tickets available HERE!
“New York pianist and Festival Artist in Residence, Helen Sung opens the 2018 Festival in a concert with the ten-piece powerhouse, the Sydney Women’s Jazz Collective. Identified by Wynton Marsalis as an artist to watch, Helen Sung seamlessly integrates the jazz and classical worlds. This concert features a performance of the new work by trans artist Harri Harding, the 2018 Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival APRA Composer Commission winner”
“Sung’s lyricism, light touch, and classical polish … complemented by plenty of hard-chord muscle”. – The Guardian
HELEN SUNG piano HANNAH JAMES (Double Bass), ALI FOSTER (Drums), SORCHA ALBURQUERQUE (guitar), FREYJA GARBETT (piano), ELLEN KIRKWOOD (Trumpet), LOUISE HORWOOD (trumpet), ALEX SILVER (Trombone) LAURA CORNEY (Tenor), LORETTA PALMEIRO (Alto/Sop/Clarinet), KALI GILLAN (Baritone)
Viata is the new self-release by Sydney trumpeter Eamon Dilworth (Tijuana Cartel, Ed Kuepper, Low Down Riders). A pensive soundtrack capturing the mood to life experiences.
The album concept stems from a trip to Romania encountering a new city with a different way of life, morales and stories. Viata means “Life” in Romanian, in terms of how we continue to exist and simply be. Learning to live with ourselves as we are.
“The trip opened me up to consider who I am, where I come from & how I deal with experiences and challenges.. My musical output changed from this day to seek a deeper connection through my music and performance leading me to attempt to create soundtracks for my challenges in coming into adulthood.”
WHEN: 26th July, 7 – 10pm
WHERE: Smith’s Alternative : 76 Alinga St, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 2601
Event Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/206814473269753/
About Eamon: https://trumdilla.wordpress.com/
Buy the album: https://eamondilworth.bandcamp.com/
Looking forward to filling in with Andrew Scotts – The Pocket Trio @ Moyas Juniper Lounge.
Free entry, great vibe, classic piano trio.
26th June 2018
Moyas Juniper Lounge: 101 Regent St, Redfern NSW 2016
The latest project from new mum and well know Sydney Composer/Band Leader Jenna Cave (Divergence Jazz Orchestra).
Beautiful intimate setting of Johnston Street Jazz.
Event details available HERE
“Hatch” are back at Foundry 616 this Anzac Day!
“A dynamic and innovative contemporary ensemble, their music will truly transport you….”
Date: 25 April 2018
Start time: 20:30
Venue: Foundry 616, Harris Street Ultimo
Table reservations for dinner can be made by contacting the venue with the details below.
Phone: 02 9211 9442
DIVERGENCE JAZZ ORCHESTRA @ FOUNDRY 616
“Divergence Jazz Orchestra is one of Australia’s keepers of the big band flame…An astonishing array of Australia’s best and brightest”- John Hardaker
WHEN: Saturday 23rd September
WHERE: Foundry616, Harris Street, Ultimo