Featuring a special guest each month, Keller invites Melbourne’s most prodigious creative musicians to perform in a series of nights involving: The Composers’ Circle, Solo/Duo/Trio, Masters & Apprentices, and Five Below.
The Melbourne Jazz Co-Operative presents music on Sunday nights
Melbourne-born London-based pianist Meg Morley creates music within various artistic fields (e.g. dance and film) and her 2017 debut releases of solo piano and trio music received glowing reviews in International Piano Magazine and All About Jazz – the latter stating that the Meg Morley Trio “is one of the most exciting groups on the current UK scene”.
The Monash Jazz & Popular Studies program is based on the African American jazz idiom as a language for learning, but embraces a wide selection of musical styles. The philosophy of the course is to offer a strong technical and musical foundation that allows each student to develop a personal 'voice'.
The Shuffle Demons first broke onto the Canadian music scene with an electrifying musical fusion that drew in equal measure from Sun Ra, Charles Mingus, Run DMC and the Beastie Boys. The band was one of the first indie acts to break out on MuchMusic. This band was genre bending, highly visually entertaining, funny, and best of all, could really PLAY.