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Tue 22 Jan 2013, 7:00pm–11:00pm
Wed 23 Jan 2013, 7:00pm–11:00pm
Thu 24 Jan 2013, 7:00pm–11:00pm
Fri 25 Jan 2013, 7:00pm–11:00pm
Sat 26 Jan 2013, 4:00pm–11:00pm
Sun 27 Jan 2013, 6:00pm–11:00pm

Where: St Luke's Church Enmore, 11 Stanmore Road, Enmore, Enmore, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • full (22th-25th): $30.00 ea
  • concession (22th-25th): $20.00 ea
  • full (26th & 27th): $35.00 ea
  • concession (26th & 27th): $25.00 ea
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Listed by: kineticenergy

Six days of Sydney's best jazz and improvised music, with guests from Melbourne and overseas. This year’s Kinetic Jazz Festival is characterised by a stream of new projects especially created for the occasion. And by unusual band sizes: a series of intimate duos alternate with quite large combos. This sense of playing with scope continues with performances by our 18-strong Kinetic Jazz Orchestra, and by the inclusion of some newly formed young bands with a fresh perspective on groove.

- International flute master Kaoru Watanabe in concert with local world music master Kim Sanders exploring flutes from around the world.
- Pianists Matt McMahon, Bill Risby, Roger Dean and Peter Dasent explore the duo format.
- Ben Hauptman (Melbourne), Tim Clarkson and Aaron Flower premier new ensembles
- The Kinetic Jazz Orchestra will premier five new works and revisit some Gil Evans work.
- Urban Gypsies will join us to present a concert of passionate Latin gypsy jazz.
- Remco Keijzer returns from Melbourne to feature with Matt McMahon.
- Singers Tanya Sparke and Liz Geyer join pianists Peter Dasent and Bill Risby respectively for an intimate journey through song.
- As a late night feature, Kinetic Energy directors Graham Jones and Jepke Goudsmit will show a selection of archival video footage of their work.

As at all our January festivals, our pianists will enjoy the opportunity to explore the special range and scope of the Stuart piano through the kind sponsorship of Stuart & Sons and Albert Music.

The shows will take place in the Hall and the Church alternately, at the St Luke's complex in Enmore. They will be recorded live. CD’s of participating artists will be available at the box office, including Kinetic Jazz CD 1 and 2. The box office and café open half an hour prior to the start of the first gig of the day.

For our full programme please visit the website above.