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Graeme Norris and The Chermside Three

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Graeme Norris and The Chermside Three returns to JMI Live on June 8th. The performance will showcase Graeme’s original compositions, present fresh interpretations of classic standards and feature some bop classics. This quartet, now performing consistently as a unit, will explore the repertoire with high levels of communication and interplay.

Graeme Norris returned to Brisbane in August 2020 after a decade in New York City. While in New York Graeme performed at Dizzy’s, Mezzrow, the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, and was a faculty member of Manhattan School of Music. He now teaches saxophone and improvisation at the Jazz Music Institute. His most recent recording “More Please”, reviewed by Eric Meyers in the Australian as “modern jazz, beautifully played”, is released through Gut String Records.

Graeme Norris - Saxophone
Eden Armstrong - Piano
Elliott Parker - Double Bass
Chris Evans - Drums

Doors open from 7:30PM
Music from 8pm
Look for the Big Red Doors on Exhibition St!

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Refund policy

If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms and are unable to attend after having purchased a ticket, please contact the JMI office (07) 3216 1110 or email as soon as possible during business hours (10AM-4PM) to let us know you won’t be able to attend. A full refund will be given if we are contacted prior to a performance. Refunds will not be processed if we are contacted after the gig.