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Jo’s Thai Larb with Salad

When I tell people I give recipes each week for Fine Music Event News, I am always asked “when are you doing your salads?”. At home we have salad with some sort of protein very frequently. It might be a crisp salad with a Japanese dressing, crisp skin salmon piece on top and plenty of […]

Kate Wadey, Jazz Standards

Kate Wadey, our 2020 Ken Weatherley Jazz Scholar, sings a selection of standards at Phoenix Central Park, Kate Wadey | VocalsChris O’Dea | Tenor saxophoneAndrew Scott | PianoSam Dobson | Double bas 0:00 It Might as Well Be Spring / Tea for Two Medley Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein III Vincent Yeomans & Irving Caesar3:59 The […]

CD Review – Siegfried’s Story

Siegfried’s StoryBonza BrassMove Records MCD 597**** Siegfried’s Story is an album of selections from Wagner’s The Ring of the Nibelung, as arranged by horn player Mark Papworth. Papworth is a member of Bonza Brass, and is joined on this album by Per Forsberg, tuba, and Rosa Scaffidi, piano. The music is presented as a journey […]

Debunking some Mozart Myths

Mozart and his music have been enthralling listeners for centuries. As a musician, right from an early age, he was incredibly inventive and adventurous. The only instrument he failed to master was the harp, and no sooner had the clarinet been invented than he began composing for it and incorporating it into his arrangements. Liszt […]

Australian Artist – Katie Noonan

We take look at one of our most versatile artists Written by Barry O’Sullivan Five-time ARIA award-winning artist Katie Noonan has proven herself to be one of Australia’s most hardworking, versatile, and prolific artists. Noonan grew up with a strong background in classical music, with her mother Maggie being a well-known opera singer. She studied […]

Me and Halie Loren

Jazz Notes by Louise Levy I work in the library at Fine Music, filling in data for new jazz albums or completing information for the jazz catalogue. I listen on headphones to pass the time during the afternoon. One afternoon in February last year, I was enjoying the album called “Heart First” by a singer, […]

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