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Kristin Berardi is a creative musician, composer and educator and is passionate about sharing music. Kristin is from Qld Australia, and is now residing in Switzerland where she is on staff at HSLU, in Luzern (2021).
She was one of Australia’s first calls in jazz performance and education, but looks forward to connecting with a wider audience now she is based in Europe. She also works in the contemporary music field outside jazz and into the experimental field.
She has worked with musicians such as Kenny Werner, Ingrid Jensen, Thomas Morgan, Chris Walker, Dan Tepfer, Jerome Jennings, Dan Weiss, Florian Ross, Jim Pugh, Matthew Halpin, Sam Anning, Pascal Schumacher, Andrea Keller, James Muller, James Sherlock, Katie Noonan, Mike Nock, Miro Sprague, Wendy Matthews, Kate Miller-Heidke, Orlando Fleming, Phil Slater, Barney McAll, Julien Wilson, Jamie Oehlers, Hannah Macklin, Carl Morgan, Zac Hurren, Katie Whighton, Emma Dean and many other amazing artists.
Swallows & Swans
By Florian Ross
Label: Toy Piano Records
Track listing: 01 Midway 02 Horologe of Eternity 03 Recurring Dream 04 Swallows 05 Solid Air 06 Looking Inward 07 Cold Smoke 08 Albatros 09 The Silver Swan 10 Kolibri 11 Trip to the Watercooler 12 The Lark in the Clear Sky
If You Were There
Label: Pinnacles Music
Track listing: Alone Together; I'm Just Another Girl; I've Grown Accustomed to his Face; You say you Care; Spin the Bottle; I'm an Old Cowhand; Moon andf Sand; Ode to Oli; Never Let Me Go; Like Someone in Love; God Only Knows.
Kristin Berardi / James Sherlock: If You Were There
by Ian Patterson
The jazz standard repertoire has proven remarkably durable and doesn't seem to be under any immediate threat of being replaced by more recent popular songs. Perhaps they just don't write love songs the way they used to, or it could be simply a question of the weight of jazz tradition holding back a new wave of ...