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  • Looking Locally … talent from Sth America comes to Australia! … “Rio” by Perolas

    Perolas has it’s roots and draws on the rhythms and grooves of Latin America. The album Rio comes after a trip back to the homeland  … bringing with it the vibe of Brazil. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvHsoM0Vx8k                                        

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  • Looking Across … Australia to Argentina: Nathan Slater, guitar and Guillermo Mansilla, bandoneon

    Nathan Slater, friend and former guitar teacher with Moving Into Music continues to showcase and share his prolific talent.         During Lockdown, Nathan has been occupied in recording with Argentina’s renowned bandoneon artist Guillermo Mansilla.                                              

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  • Looking Forward and Looking Looking Back … to the Melbourne Recital Centre: Soundscapes

    Moving Into Music  recommends tuning in to the Melbourne Recital Centre during Lockdown 2. Join the 100,000 music lovers across Victoria to watch online past concerts and never before seen performances recorded live on the Melbourne Recital Centre stages. “Music entertains, uplifts and inspires us. We need it now more than ever” says The Melbourne Recital Centre … “so while

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  • Moving Into Music Looking Back in Lockdown … to Luke Andresen Quintet @ Jazz Lab:17th November 2019

    Mid August … so different from Mid March when we approached Lockdown 1! Time to look back on highlights from ‘our people’ … to performances and projects which have entertained and enriched our lives. Melbourne’s wonderful live music scene might be shut down in lockdown … but the memories are alive and well … and they sustain us now. Our

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  • Jazz Lab adapts to get a bit of Jazz Joy out there via You Tube …

    Restrictions have forced all shows to be re-schedules …so at Jazz Lab they’ve created a You Tube channel with playlists of recorded videos from the club and elsewhere featuring talent locally and from overseas. Take a look: YouTube and for Listening … ‘The Jazz Lab Listen Party’ Jeremy from JazzLab says “One of the small benefits we get while being

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