Johannes Luebbers Dectet

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10 years celebrated with 10 new works for 10 members.

Formed in 2007, the Johannes Luebbers Dectet (JLD) is a jazz chamber group focussed on the nexus between jazz and classical traditions.

Combining jazz improvisation, orchestral instrumentation and a diverse compositional language, JLD has released two albums, resulting in two jazz ‘Bell’ awards and an APRA/AMC Art Music Award. This year JLD celebrates 10 years of innovative musical activity. The performance features 10 newly commissioned works, each a feature for one of the 10 members, and each written in collaboration with the featured artist. Ten years celebrated with 10 new works for their 10 members. This is 10 × 10 × 10.

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre and Melbourne Jazz Co-operative

ARTISTS

Johannes Luebbers conductor
Emily Thomas flute
Ben Opie oboe
Angela Davis alto sax
Michael Wallace tenor sax
Paul Williamson trumpet
Nicole Dixon french horn
Andrew Murray trombone
Andrea Keller piano
Hiroki Hoshino bass
Aaron McCoullough drums

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