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Scoop Coverage: International Jazz Festival 2006

Scoop Coverage: Wellington International Jazz Festival 2006

The Wellington International Jazz Festival ran from 2 - 11 November 2006
Jazz Festival Website: www.jazzfestival.co.nz

Press Releases:

  • Jazz Festival - Jazz explosion in Festival form
  • RIANZ - Vaughn Roberts Big Band wins Jazz Tui
  • Scoop Images: Nice Day To Start A Jazz Festival - The first in a series of free outdoor concert brought the groove to Wellington's Midland Park this lunchtime. Tonight the tenth Wellington International Jazz Festival begins in earnest, the start of more than a week of jazz performances by local and international artists at Happy, the Frontroom and other venues around town. See... Images: Jazz Fest Kicks Off in the Park

    Scoop Reviews:

  • Kate Kennedy - Whirimako Black
  • Kate Kennedy - The Little Bushman
  • Robin
FoxKate Kennedy On 'Music And Film' Night: Jazz Festival Act Hotter Than Expected - His laser light show was pretty amazing. The fire engines, fire alarm, evacuation and smoke was perhaps a good build up for this show too! Robin filled the room with a smoke machine for a better effect and I guess due to the sensitive nature of the Frontroom's newly refurbished status - set the fire alarm off! See... Jazz Festival Review: Music & Film

  • Tyler Hersey - Billy Boy Arnold
  • Tyler Hersey - Geri Allen Trio
  • Kate Kennedy - William Yu & Tanya Li, Greg Malcolm
  • Tyler Hersey - Closing Night Special
  • Dominion Centenary Concert Band. Image: Trey
GuinnScoop Link: Photographer Trey Guinn was also following the Jazz Festival. His images from the festival are displayed online. See... Jazz Festival Images / Classified by set. Image of The Dominion Centenary Concert Band by Trey Guinn.

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    Jazz Festival Website: www.jazzfestival.co.nz

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