Sunday, April 11, 2010

International Jazz Festival is 8 days in Melbourne

The universal language of jazz has flourished over more than one hundred years, shifting into a diverse spectrum of new styles and sounds. The spirit of improvisation jazz has emerged as a common chord that binds diverse communities around the world. As we move further into a new century marked by developments in technology and innovation, the common chord that defines this age of jazz creativity will be explored over the eight days of the 2010 Melbourne International Jazz Festival.

During the first week of May, the iconic spaces of Melbourne will be transformed as its streets, concert halls, clubs, bars and galleries play host to the world's leading modern masters of jazz. A rich multi-layered program of music events will be presented in the city centre, also incorporating film, visual art, public art installations and forums.


For absolutely all lovers of music, this is a time to be entertained, to discover, to be inspired and most importantly to participate. Enjoy free concerts and late night jam sessions with some of the coolest jazz musicians around.

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