Steve Sedergreen with Jen Hudson

Steve is one of Melbourne's jazz identities, known as a leading pianist, arranger of jazz projects and as an educator. Steve's passion for teaching jazz as well as his unique hands-on approach uses the best of both worlds - combining the relevant and necessary theory of music with the practicalities of performance experience.Steve formed Mistaken Identity in 1985 while studying at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) and led it through numerous incarnations, line-ups and produced five recordings. Mistaken Identity has performed at numerous festivals around the country and other events including the Fringe Festival and the Melbourne International Jazz Festival.
Steve has been a well-established figure in the Melbourne jazz scene through a variety of activities including director and curator of Dizzy’s Jazz Club (1999 - 2006); 20 years of teaching jazz (including mentoring members of ‘The Cat Empire’) and of course as a constantly in-demand musician over a wide range of performance situations, from jazz clubs to corporate events; private parties.

Lionel Robinson and Christmas Carols

Lionel Robinson and Christmas Carols

Get into the Christmas spirit with Lionel Robinson playing the piano accompanied by a variety of talented artists singing all your favourite Christmas tunes. 


Ivor Simpson Kennedy

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Young guitarist/drummer/singer Ivor Simpson-Kennedy has been writing and playing music for six years. Ivor records his own compositions, on which he plays all the instruments. 

Ivors music blends Blues, Reggae, Soul and Rock into one big melting pot, relying heavily on the influence of the likes of Freddie King, Johnny Winter, Ernest Ranglin, Dr John and Bill Withers among many, many others. Having been brought up on old soul and blues records, this comes out through his music. 

Ivors playing has been featured on the art movie The Guy Who Killed Paris Hilton and also made the top 10 of the Triple J Unearthed Roots charts.