Jazzkaare jazzijuttude programmis on kohtumine „Australian jazz – place for opportunities“, mis toimub laupäeval, 20. aprillil algusega kell 14.30 meie kontoris. Paul Grabowsky, Paul Mason ja Martel Ollerenshaw tutvustavad oma kohalikku jazz'i-maastikku ning soovivad kohtuda siinsete muusikute, korraldajate ja teiste valdkonna inimestega.
Jazzijutud/jazz talks on kohtumispaik siin viibivate välisajakirjanike, jazzifestivalide eestvedajate ning meie muusikute, ajakirjanike, kultuurikorraldajate, toetajate ja melomaanide jaoks. Võtame fookusesse meile ja meie külalistele hetkel olulised teemad. Mõttevahetused on kõigile tasuta.
Vestlevad: Paul Grabowsky, Paul Mason, Martel Ollerenshaw
Paul Grabowsky looms large in Australia’s artistic landscape: pianist, multi-award-winning recording artist, musical director, composer, innovator, festival director, film composer, visionary, educator, recipient of the Order of Australia. Paul does not have one passion in life, rather he leads a passionate life in all his endeavours. His integrity, intelligence and astounding musical talent are the core of his ability to fulfil such disparate roles.
Paul Mason is the Director of Music at the Australia Council for the Arts and has an extensive background in music broadcast management, festival programming and live music presentation. Paul started his career booking bands, programming and playing music. He has programmed many live music venues in Sydney, specialising in jazz and contemporary popular music, as well as curating a number of festivals. Paul has also worked with the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia, where he established the successful Australian Music Radio Airplay Project and ran the Community Radio Network, the national satellite program service. Before joining the Australia Council in 2009, he worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation managing major projects in the technology and distribution division.
Based in London and working internationally, Martel Ollerenshaw is an Australian creative producer and consultant. With a wide portfolio of skills and interests, she works actively with artists, organisations and festivals to create and produce work that is pioneering and often genre blurring. Between 2002 and 2017 she was an associate director at Serious International Music Producers where, among other things, she produced Seriously Talents, the acclaimed suite of talent development programmes. Now leading her own company Arts & Parts Ltd, she is also active on several boards including the Australian Music Centre, hcmf//, Pacitti Company and the Europe Jazz Network.
AEG: L 20.04 kl 14.30
KOHT: Music Estonia kontor, Telliskivi 60a/1, 2. korrus, uksekell 68
KEEL: vestlus toimub inglise keeles
sündmus Jazzkaare kodulehel
Jazzkaar saab sel aastal 30-aastaseks ning toimub 19.–28. aprillini.