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Jazz Cafe launched

06 Aug 2017

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Melbourne jazz legend Bob Sedergreen and co-performer Adam Rudegeair brought a jazz party to Library at The Dock on July 14.

On the second Friday afternoon of each month, the “Jazz Brew Cafe” invites jazz musicians to perform next to the Wheelly Good Coffee on the library’s ground floor.

Pianist duo Mr Sedergreen and Mr Rudegeair opened the 12-month music lounge series by showcasing their unique blend of soul, blues, fusion and electronic contemporary jazz in front of the Docklands audience at the picturesque waterfront library.

Mr Sedergreen, who has almost 60 years’ experience in jazz, said a duelling jazz piano performance was unusual and challenging.

“The two pianists have to work together and listen to each other, creating a sympathetic background,” he said.

“Jazz is a special-interest music and can be very high quality, and I hope Docklands will like the music.”

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