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Brenton Foster


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    Midnight Suite, pt iii: Flinders Street
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    Hundreds And Thousands
Brenton Foster continues to establish himself as a unique voice in the Australian original music scene.
His new record, The Nature Of Light, was released as part of the 2017 Stonnington Jazz Festival and was PBS Feature Record in May 2017. The Nature Of Light followed Brenton’s 2016 release, Two Cities, which was nominated for Best Jazz Album at the 2016 The Age Music Victoria Awards. Brenton’s sextet was also featured at the 2017 Melbourne International Jazz Festival.
The band is heading on the road for "The Nature Of Light Tour" in September and October, 2017. The tour will see Brenton and the band perform throughout South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and the ACT – taking in both capital cities and regional centres along the way.
"Foster is quietly forging a path to the upper echelon of the contemporary jazz world.”
Chelsea Wilson (PBS FM)
“Brenton Foster is one of the foremost pianists in Australia right now.”
Ross McHenry (The Shaolin Afronauts)
Brenton has also featured on numerous recordings, including those by afrobeat-meet-space-jazz outfit The Shaolin Afronauts and Australian folk-rock wordsmith Max Savage. Brenton is a founding member of the piano trio, Refraction, whose debut album, As We Were, was nominated for Best Jazz Album in the 2015 The Age Music Victoria Awards. Brenton has supported artists such as Sting and Jessica Mauboy, and shared the stage with Australian and international jazz icons, including Bob Mintzer, Mike Nock and James Morrison.


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