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Bruce Woodward

Bruce Woodward is a jazz guitarist based in Brisbane, Australia. A graduate of the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts and the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Bruce has worked as a jazz and contemporary guitarist, arranger and musical director in Australia and internationally. In addition to a maintaining a busy performance schedule, Bruce is a Lecturer in Music at The University of Southern Queensland, Australia.


Andrew Butt

Andrew is a Brisbane based performer, composer and educator who has been active in the Queensland and Australian music industry over the last 25 years. Recently he has been prominent on Queensland’s jazz scene, winning the best jazz work category at the 2013/14 Queensland Music Awards and achieving multiple highly commended works in 2015, 2016 & 2017 . In 2013/14 Andrew was the recipient of a prestigious Churchill Fellowship which involved traveling to Chicago, Seattle and New York to investigate jazz performance , composition & education. Andrew’s compositions have been performed and recorded by a variety of artists including his own groups and the Enthusiastic Musicians Orchestra (EMO) a Brisbane based collective of musicians, composers, and arrangers who are predominantly dedicated to performing new Australian works



Loosen your suspenders, tighten your shoelaces and get ready to flap your extremities. Greška is a five piece neo-gypsy/klezmer ensemble not unlike a chipotle and cocaine kebab: you’re not sure where it’s from, but it sure knocks you off your tits. A torn canvas of Romanian gypsy dons a filthy smear of western metal, jazz-funk and classical-arrangement. Brisbane based Greška is built on the ethos of re-popularising western-classical arrangement and uniting feuding genres such as gypsy and classical; folk and metal; drum ‘n’ bass and funk. With an entire repertoire of through composed, hyper-energetic music, Greška attack the concept of fixed genre with an onslaught of eclectic um-pahs and digga-digga-da-digga-digga-das. Past performances include the National Folk Festival, Woodford Folk Festival, Queensland Multicultural Festival and the Snowy Mountains of Music; interstate tours; and a nomination for the Queensland Music Awards.

Natalie de Jager

Natalie de Jager is a singer/songwriter with a passion for music and zest for life. Based in Brisbane she has performed at many festivals and venues across South East Queensland including Brisbane Jazz Club, Brisbane Festival, Easterfest, Queen St Mall, Brisbane Powerhouse, Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers and Jumpers & Jazz Festival. A natural story teller, Natalie weaves her original music and creative arrangements through jazz, RnB, funk and pop. Natalie breathes new life into lesser known songs, bares her soul in heart breaking ballads and writes a catchy hook that will have you humming her tunes for weeks to come

Ingrid James

INGRID JAMES - JAZZ SINGER (Queensland) Ingrid James is an award-winning Queensland (AUSTRALIA) jazz singer “whose note-perfect delivery and depth of lyrical expression has elevated her into the elite of Australia’s musical talents”. (Steve Robertson, Portland Observer 2012) Based in Brisbane, Queensland Australia, Ingrid is a graduate of Griffith University’s Queensland Conservatorium of Music (Master of Music Studies, Vocal Pedagogy). She also has a Graduate Diploma in Film and Television with the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS, Sydney) and teaches Contemporary Voice (specialising in Jazz)


SCAT! They play jazz. This 4 piece band (vocals, keys, drums, double bass) does for jazz what bubbles do for soda-pop. Original tunes, tasty standards, clever arrangements, brilliant musicianship and serious humour is a package that audiences can’t get enough of. SCAT’s live show fronted by vocalist Craig Burnett is a unique blend of accessible sounds, instrumental mastery, lyric riffing, crowd interaction and off-beat humour. Craig believes their greatest and most frequent compliment says it all, “I don’t usually like jazz, but I love what you do!” Their latest shiny album “Wash Day Miracle” demonstrates the depth of their creativity and breadth of their appeal


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