The Rhythm Changes conference has come to a close, and this website is now full of excerpts, photographs, video and audio recordings of the event. Not just the panel sessions and keynotes, but also some of the conversations, the music and the context as well.
There’s a lot more to read, look at, watch and listen to if you go back through the blog (start here and just keep scrolling), but I thought it might be nice to compile a few pieces together into this one post – just to give you a flavour of what went on.
Tin Men and the Telephone perform ‘De Bal’ in the opening concert at the Bimhuis
Listen to Ronald Radano’s keynote in full.
Rashida Braggs talks about nationalism, internationalism and universality in jazz
Tim Wall discusses his paper about Under Milk Wood
Alan Stanbridge talks about his paper on national identity in jazz
Kristin McGee explains her paper on Kyteman
Haftor MedbA?e talks about his experience as a transnational artist
Dinner at Bird Thai restaurant
Anne Dvinge’s question to Rashida Braggs and Kristin McGee
Lucian McGuinness explains his poster presentation about Australian Jazz
Watch Bruce Johnson’s keynote in full
The Thin Red Line perform ‘Every Time It Rains’
Tony Whyton reflects on the conference