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Thursday 1st  August to Monday 5th August 2019.


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Brisbane Vocal Jazz Festival 2019

Honouring the diversity of the jazz vocal art form, the 2019 Brisbane Vocal Jazz Festival (1-5 August) is truly Something to Sing About!

Set against the stunning backdrop of the river and the city skyline at the iconic Brisbane Jazz Club, Festival Director, Ingrid James will present some of the finest jazz voices from Australia and around the world.

Headlined by internationally acclaimed improvisational master, RHIANNON (USA) and Grammy-award winning pianist Laurence Hobgood (USA), the festival brings world-class talents to Queensland.

Throughout the program, there will be an engaging mix of performances, workshops and concerts, kicking off with the 18 year anniversary of the fabulous Brisbane Jam Singers’ Jam Night and closing with a splendid tribute to the Kings and Queens of Jazz (featuring songs from legends such as Chet Baker, Louis Prima, George Benson, Lena Horne, Peggy Lee and Sarah Vaughan).

Other highlights include a celebration of Nat King Cole’s 100th Anniversary (“Nat & Natalie” with Tnee Dyer and Melissa Western), plus two-time Guinness Book Record Holder for singing the highest note for a male, Adam Lopez and his special brand of Latin/Jazz, as well as featuring many other vocal artists including Velvet Pesu (African influenced jazz), Eddie Gazini & Friends, bringing a touch of Rio de Janeiro to Brisbane as he sings the great hits of Antonio Carlos Jobim, plus so much more!


Earlybird Booking


Circlesinging” workshop with RHIANNON on Saturday 3rd August – 12.30 to 4.00 PM – $70/$60 concession                                       

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“IT’S ALL MUSIC” workshop with RHIANNON & Laurence Hobgood – Monday 5th August – 6.00 to 9.30 PM – $70/$60 concession

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2018 Photo Galleries

Thanks are due to Geoff Norris and Steve Barrett for their fantastic photographs from the 2018 BVJF!

Jazz Singers Jam Night

Nina and Nic

Aca-demics

SKETY

SKETY Workshop

Inversion

Kings and Queens of Jazz

The BVJF Fab Four


Check out what people had to say about the first Brisbane Vocal Jazz Festival!