Cookbook @ Sydney Con Jazz Fest

Darren Heinrich is a Sydney-based organist, pianist and educator who holds a 1st class Honours degree in Jazz from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. He has recently completed his PhD research in Jazz Organ Improvisation. His influences incorporate the entire spectrum of the Jazz idiom, from its earliest ragtime roots to modern jazz. He regularly […]

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Larry Gold

Legendary arranger, producer and cellist, Larry Gold, joins Leo Metzker to discuss Philadelphia soul, MFSB and string arranging. From his beginnings at Philadelphia International Records to founding The Studio in the nineties, Larry recently provided his touch on Silk Sonic’s award-winning venture, An Evening with Silk Sonic. […]

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Shout Sister Shout: Thea Rossen (IWD 2024)

Motherhood & Music – Not just the Lullaby Approx. 7 minutes 30 seconds to read My next interviewee, Thea Rossen, is a true sound explorer. As a percussionist, improviser and composer, she will guide you to a sonic world that you may never have known without her leading the way. I’ve had many opportunities to […]

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Interview with Ian Ossher, Volunteer at Supporting Asylum Seekers Sydney

Supporting Asylum Seekers Sydney (SASS Group 6) is a volunteer-run organisation that aims to change the lives of refugees and asylum seekers arriving in Australia. SASS Group 6 organises the arrival of families and ensures that their settlement in Australia is a positive experience. Listen as Tony Roma interviews Ian Ossher, a volunteer at SASS […]

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Nappies, New Music, and FatBoy Slim says yes – PODCAST – Take One: Backstage – Michael Meaco

My guest is a testament to all of the independent artists out there working their backsides off to make it in this industry. From humble beginnings based in the Southern parts of Sydney working as a vocal teacher to international acclaim in the electronic music space with King Arthur, this artist is enjoying a career […]

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Cuban-born piano virtuoso Alfredo Rodriguez in town during International Women’s Day

    If you are in town during the week of International Women’s Day, don’t miss out Cuban-born piano virtuoso Alfredo Rodriguez who will be performing at The Basement on Sunday 12th of March 2017. Stéphanie Denizard, radio producer and presenter of Queen Kafé had a chat with Alfredo and talked about the women who […]

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Interview with Peter Stevens

In this podcast Ruth Hessey talks to Peter Stevens from the Wolli Creek Preservation Society about the tragic demolition of the Bexley North – Tempe ecosystem. They also discuss the effects of the Baird government’s NSW Bio-banking and what the offsets would be, to the community, the environment and most importantly, the wildlife. To listen […]

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Interview with Associate Professor Ivan Nagelkerken

In this interview Ruth Hessey talks to Associate Professor Ivan Nagelkerken about Nutrient pollution and Aquatic Sonic Pollution. We find out from our guest expert exactly what Nutrient pollution and  Aquatic Sonic Pollution is, why they’re occurring and how they’re changing sounds in the sea and how this change is affecting sea creatures and ocean […]

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Interview with New York film director Anna Rose Holmer

  Stéphanie Denizard from Queen Kafé had the pleasure of interviewing Anna Rose Holmer, New York film director of the movie THE FITS. The movie THE FITS follows Toni an 11-years-old Cincinnati tomboy played by ( Royalty Hightower), who gives up after-school boxing with her brother to start dancing. THE FITS was recently selected to […]

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