Capital Jazz Project 2015
- Date: Saturday, 30 May 2015 to Monday, 8 June 2015
- Venue: The Street Theatre, Canberra — Cnr Childers St and University Avenue, Canberra City, ACT
- Tickets: Adults: $20 - $55 | Concession: $20 - $50 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on (02) 6247 1223
Canberra’s winter celebration of jazz returns in 2015 with a set of new dates from 30 May to 8 June (Queen's Birthday Weekend), and a thrilling program featuring outstanding Australian and international artists in Canberra engulfing the capital with sound. Imagined with the soul aim of nourishing top quality jazz music artists and audiences in a joyful manner, Capital Jazz Project features a diverse range of international, national and ACT-based artists. Over ten days enjoy the riches to be found in the Street’s broad and exciting program of original improvised and scored work, adventurous arrangements, standards re-examined, and seriously inventive and innovative projects and artists exploring jazz now.
Performers: Gian Slater (Saturday 30th May @ 8pm) Miroslav Bukovsky (Saturday 30th May @ 8pm) The Bad Plus (Sunday 31st May @ 7:30pm) Eric Harland Band (Tuesday 2nd June @ 7:30pm) Stefano Bollani & Hamilton de Hollanda (Wednesday 3rd June @ 7:30pm) Ospina Brothers Trio (Thursday 4th June @ 7:30pm) Hammerhead (Thursday 4th June @ 8pm) Ali McGregor- Alchemy (Friday 5th June @ 8pm) Marc Hannaford (Friday 5th June @ 8:30pm) Ali McGregor- Jazzamattazz (Saturday 6th June @ 11am) Baecastuff (Saturday 6th June @ 9:30pm) Joe Lovano (Saturday 6th June @ 7:30pm) Phillip Johnston (Sunday 7th June @ 3pm) Elixir, feat. Katie Noonan (Sunday 7th June @ 8:30pm) Daughter's Fever (Sunday 7th June @ 7:30pm) Berardi/Foran/Karlen (Monday 8th June @ 2pm) Divergence Jazz Orchestra (Monday 8th June @ 4pm)
Featured non-Australian music: The Bad Plus (USA), Eric Harland Band (USA), Stefano Bollani & Hamilton de Hollanda (Italy/Brazil), Ospina Brothers Trio (Colombia), Lovano/Grabowsky/Rex/Beck (USA/AUS),
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