Aventurine seamlessly blends references as diverse as Cuban dance, Korean traditional rhythms and Charlie Parker.
A personal welcome from Michael Tortoni in his 11th year as Artistic Director
On the 60th anniversary of its recording, local musical mastermind Ross James Irwin pays tribute to the seminal Miles Davis album, recasting it for the 21st century.
An all-star cast including Jazz Party, Horns of Leroy ft Thando, Tanya George, and surprise performances from special guests throughout the Museum!
LA iconoclast Petra Haden joins forces with local bass master Nick Haywood to celebrate the music of her father, the late legendary jazz bassist Charlie Haden.
The Cuban-born, New York-based GRAMMY nominated Villafranca's latest album Cinque fuses the rhythms of the Congo and five Caribbean Islands, telling stories of rebellion and freedom.
Claire Cross and the Tomorrow is My Turn band will perform Into Light – a darkly-hued, evocative composition exploring the ideas of discovery, carving light from darkness and the bravery of dreaming.
Sat 8 June
Vijay Iyer Trio
Fri 31 May – Sun 2 June
60 Years of Kind of Blue
Fri 7 June
Justine Clarke's Big Jazz Adventure
Sun 2 June
Thu 6 June
Nocturnal + MIJF
Sat 1 June
Tue 4 June
Songs From My Father
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13 June, 2019
MIJF 2019 Audience Survey
29 May, 2019
What to see at MIJF 2019: staff picks
20 May, 2019
Josh Kelly: "Jazz is a folk music. It is fluid, live..."
13 May, 2019
Troy Miller: Reimagining a Musical Icon