I’m Glad There is You
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I’m Glad There is You
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I’m Glad There is You is an album of recorded works by two of Australia’s finest Jazz musicians, Kristin Beradi and James Sherlock.
About Kristen Beradi
Kristin Berardi is a creative musician, composer and educator and is passionate about sharing music. Originally from Qld Australia, she now resides in Switzerland where she teaches at HSLU, in Luzern.
About James Sherlock
James was the winner of the Ike Isaacs International Jazz Guitar Award.
As a bandleader James has released six albums, and appeared on many recordings for other artists.
James has an ongoing duo project with vocalist Kristin Berardi, the duo have toured extensively throughout Australia as well as Indonesia, South America, Japan, North America and Europe, which culminated in a performance on the Stravinski stage at the Montreux festival.
James also accompanied Kristin when she was awarded the 2007 Freedman Fellowship at the Sydney Opera House, and their second CD 'If You Were There' won the Bell award for best jazz vocal release in 2010.
He works with a variety of Australia's finest musicians as well as many visiting artists including New Orleans trumpeter Leroy Jones, New York jazz vocalists Sheila Jordan, Chris McNulty and Cyrille Aimee and master drummers Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts and Jon Riley. James has also performed/recorded with such diverse artists as British guitar virtuoso Martin Taylor, The Australian Chamber Orchestra, The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, The Queensland Orchestra, Katie Noonan, Megan Washington, Joe Camilleri & New York film composer Howard Shore.
The James Sherlock Trio was featured in the ABC TV Jazz Series 'The Pulse'.
James teaches at The Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne University, Monash University and The Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School.
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|360304. Music performance
|360305. Music technology and recording
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|University of Southern Queensland
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