Each Friday, Barry O’Sullivan invites a studio guest onto A Jazz Hour at noon, this week welcoming Dr Sandy Evans OAM. Sandy is an internationally renowned composer and saxophonist with a passion for improvisation and new music. She has played with and written for some of the most important groups in Australian jazz since the early 1980s, has been featured on over 40 albums and has shared the stage with many of jazz’s greats.
Sandy is an experienced teacher, and inaugurated and sustained Young Women in Jazz, run annually by SIMA. She is Lecturer in Jazz at UNSW and an Adjunct Lecturer at the Sydney Conservatorium. She has received AIR, ARIA, APRA and Mo Awards, a Churchill Fellowship, and the OAM.
Talented, creative, spirited, energetic, and articulate. Listen in as she discusses her career, life and musical influences, as well as her current projects.

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