Bridging the Divide

Wednesday 7 June
at 6:00pm

The White House

Price

Free

Addressing the under-representation of women in jazz.

Join us for a fascinating panel discussion exploring the challenges, achievements and ambitions of women in jazz, both on and off-stage. Featuring:

  • Professor Cat Hope (Head of Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University)
  • Tamara Murphy (bassist, composer and inaugural PBS Young Elder of Jazz)
  • Satoko Fujii (pianist & composer)
  • Chelsea Wilson (Artistic Director - Stonnington Jazz Festival / vocalist / Women in Music Advisory Panel Member at Music Victoria)

Further Information.

This is a free event, seating and capacity will be on a first come first served basis.

Addressing the under-representation of women in jazz.

Join us for a fascinating panel discussion exploring the challenges, achievements and ambitions of women in jazz, both on and off-stage. Featuring:

  • Professor Cat Hope (Head of Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University)
  • Tamara Murphy (bassist, composer and inaugural PBS Young Elder of Jazz)
  • Satoko Fujii (pianist & composer)
  • Chelsea Wilson (Artistic Director - Stonnington Jazz Festival / vocalist / Women in Music Advisory Panel Member at Music Victoria)

Further Information.

This is a free event, seating and capacity will be on a first come first served basis.

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