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Pianist and Composer, Joe Chindamo was born in Melbourne in 1961, the eldest son of Italian immigrants, who came to Australia in search of a better life. At the age of 6, he was encouraged by his parents to take up a musical instrument: the accordion. He immediately fell in love with music and the idea of creating it. At the tender age of 13 he won the televised talent quest Kevin Dennis' New Faces and, a year later, Bernard King's Pot ‘O' Gold (also a nationally televised talent quest). Along with his brother, Domenic, on drums, Joe spent most Saturday nights playing accordion at local Italian functions

Albare Plays Jobim

Label: Alfi
Released: 2020
Track listing: One Note Samba; Corcovado; Chega De Saudade; Orfeu Negro; Desafinado; Agua de Beber; Double Rainbow; Agua de Marco; Wave; Brazil.

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Albare: Albare Plays Jobim

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Guitarist and composer Albare, who discovered the sounds of Antonio Carlos Jobim in 1972, now pays tribute to the “father of the bossa nova" on an incredibly gorgeous session of light music with strings, the outstanding Albare Plays Jobim. Paying homage to the greatest exponent of Brazilian music is not easy and using the guitar, which ...

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Brisbane International Jazz Festival 2015

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Brisbane International Jazz Festival Various locations jny:Brisbane, Australia June 3-8, 2015 Celebrating its third edition, the Brisbane International Jazz Festival may be one of Australia's youngest jazz festivals but the state of Queensland is no stranger to jazz. The non-profit organisation Jazz Queensland has been curating concerts, developing audiences and working ...

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Joe Chindamo Trio at Bennetts Lane, Melbourne

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Joe Chindamo Trio Bennetts Lane Jazz Club Melbourne, Australia December 18, 2008 Whilst other jazz venues have come and gone, Bennetts Lane jazz club has, since opening its doors in 1992, provided a steady and intimate breeding ground for Melbourne's jazz musicians--both established, like veteran drummer Allan Browne who celebrated ...

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Joe Chindamo: Smokingun / Duende: The Romantic Project

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Graeme Lyall/Joe Chindamo Smokingun New Market Music 2007 Joe Chindamo Duende: The Romantic Project Jazzhead 2007 Though in the States pianist Joe Chindamo is basically an unknown, ...


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