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Jeremy Woolhouse

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Jeremy Woolhouse is a jazz musician based in Melbourne, Australia. He is known as a composer and pianist in a variety of jazz settings. Jeremy also teaches piano and Alexander Technique. Born 5th October 1977 Jeremy had some early lessons on the Yamaha Electone, then switched to trombone before taking up piano at the age of 19. He studied music at Box Hill College of TAFE and Victorian College of the Arts before training in Alexander Technique at the School For FM Alexander Studies. Jeremy’s music became recognised in 2002 with the launch of a jazz - tango fusion project called “Estuary Three”

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The Scenery of Life Unfolding

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014
Track listing: Echoes in Emptiness; Virtual Affection; Four Hours Out of Heathrow; Lost Friends; Darkening Shadows; Optimists' Folly; Bubbles Rising; Tears for the Summer; The Scenery of Life Unfolding; The Third Person.

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Birchall & Woolhouse: The Scenery of Life Unfolding

Read "The Scenery of Life Unfolding" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Piano trio albums--piano, bass and drums--may be the more common means of artistic expression in jazz, but piano/bass duet sets come long fairly often, too. Bassist Charlie Haden is a master of the approach, proof of which can be found on his teamings with pianists Keith Jarrett and Hank Jones on, respectively, Jasmine (ECM Records, 2011) ...

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The Persistence of Dreaming

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Track listing: Fictional Lives; Song for Lisa; The Third Person; Optimist's Folly; The Persistence of Dreaming; Three Kinds of Distance; Awakening to Darkness; Unsaid, Undone; Presnece Beyond Absence; The Uncomfortable Present; Reality Revealed; Alone, in a Pressing Crowd of Thoughts.

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Jeremy Woolhouse: The Persistence of Dreaming

Read "The Persistence of Dreaming" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Dreams and reality have an odd relationship that's neither completely antagonistic nor complementary; either one can influence the other, as thoughts bleed across different worlds in obvious or subtle fashion, but they exist in separate realms. Minute-to-minute, real life actualities and imagined, in-the-mind occurrences are inextricably linked, yet permanently separated by an impassable divide, and this ...

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Jeremy Woolhouse: The Persistence of Dreaming

Read "The Persistence of Dreaming" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


The translation of melancholy into music can be a beautiful thing in any genre. Jazz, with its focus, on improvisation (to varying degrees), allows an artist to explore the nuances of mood. A framework that gives way to in-the-moment rumination or flights of fancy can make for the most evocative of sounds.Melbourne, Australia-based pianist ...


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