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Jazz: NOW has rebooted to connect artists and audiences at a time when it's most needed. Watch seven intimate studio performances with bonus vintage footage from iconic Australian artists in this exclusive digital season.

Opening the season, songstress Virna Sanzone joins forces with National Jazz Award winning bassist and Thirsty Merc rocker Phil Stack for a passionate performance featuring re-imagined jazz gems and soul shiners.

Virna is widely regarded as one of Australia’s most captivating singers. Deeply soulful with the ability to sail effortlessly through the most intricate jazz melodies. Phil's brilliance lies in his gift to seamlessly traverse jazz and rock, earning him a reputation as a master of both genres.

An expressive and personal performance.

Virna Sanzone (vocals) Phil Stack (double bass)

Bonus Archival Footage: Mike Nock's Big Small Band & Bernie McGann Trio

The late Bernie McGann's alto was one of the most distinctive voices in Australian jazz history. At SIMA's infamous resident venue the Side On Cafe, he is joined by Lloyd Swanton, John Pochee and special guests Sandy Evans and James Greening.

A mentor for up-and-coming talent, briliant and empathetic pianist Mike Nock leads a multi-generational tentet feat. Jacam Manricks, Matt Ottignon, Roger Manins, Simon Sweeney, Dave Panichi, Sam Golding, Carl Dewhurst, Brett Hirst and Felix Bloxsom.

*Thank you to Cordell Hilton for the use of the footage.

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