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Melbourne International Jazz Festival 2011 is bigger and better than ever. Sonny Rollins, The Big Jam Opening Night Concert, Overground, James Morrison, Chris Botti, Don Carter Trio, Jazz for kids, Fly me to the Moon and lots more. Australia’s foremost Jazz Festival.
- 4-13 June 2011 – many venues, free events, bookings
The Melbourne International Jazz Festival for 2011 invites you to take wonderful journey into the world of jazz today
What’s on at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival 2011 - some tasters
Festival Opening Celebrations
The 2011 Melbourne International Jazz Festival has joined with The Light in Winter to present free concerts and activities that will lighten the heart and inspire the creative and curious. Morning, noon and twilight during the ten days of the Festival, jazz will find a home amongst the warmth and creative spark
Further info Jazz Festival opening night Federation Square – More info Jazz Festival launch
Sonny Rollins is headlining the Modern Masters series presenting international masters of jazz in Melbourne’s most prestigious venues.
In the mood for a late-night rendezvous? The return of The Cave – this year at Melbourne’s best kept secret,
Jazz Up Close Series
The Jazz Up Close series brings you some of the leading innovators in jazz today, in the wonderfully intimate surrounds of The Forum Upstairs and The Salon. At the Club sees an outstanding international and Australian lineup at Bennetts Lane Jazz Club.
The Kelvin Club
The 2011 Melbourne International Jazz Festival boasts more Free Events than ever before. Kicked off by The Big Jam and Opening Celebration Concert, each day of the Festival we bring you morning, lunch and night time activities across the city. Presented free for the first time in 2011, the Masterclass series invites you to enter the minds of the world’s greatest jazz masters. Our Family Concerts are an excellent way for parents and children to discover the world of jazz, encouraging everyone to connect with their own playful sense of curiosity. Welcome to the 2011 Festival.