Dreaming a future

Dreaming a future

Where are all these fantastic women going to play and how are they going to support their families while they do it? In many ways, this is a hopeful time for jazz in Australia. We have an explosion of great musicians, passionate jazz organisations in most capital cities, jazz festivals, new books and journals, excellent tertiary jazz courses, record labels, community and ABC radio programs, a national website, touring initiatives like Sound Travellers, internationally recognised artists, even a National Jazz Alliance researching and writing a National Jazz Plan.

Extract from

Sandy Evans: 10th Annual Peggy Glanville-Hicks Address
Celebrating humanity through the creative process
by Australian Music CentreĀ  // 19.12.08


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