Melbourne International Jazz Festival

Music, Jazz
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Time Out says

The Melbourne International Jazz Festival is back but online for these physically distanced times

Melbourne International Jazz Festival's 23rd year looks a little different. The festival has gone online to keep presenting top the range jazz to Melburnians during the crisis. 

After launching in May, MIJF is back at the end of July with its These Digital Times program. From 10.30am on Saturday, July 25, MIJF will be livestreaming perfomances from some of the best jazz performers from Australia and around the world (highlights include a splitscreen performance from Taylor McFerrin and Marcus Gilmore, plus psychedelic jazz from Italy's Vince Abbracciante).

There will also be workshops for kids and families and career development panels, all of which will be broadcast for free on YouTube. The all-day digital event runs well into the night– head over to the MIJF website for more info.

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