To Phil Broadhurst with Love

A Tribute to one of NZs leading jazz artists.

The Kiwi Jazz Legends and the Auckland Jazz Orchestra celebrate the music of well-known pianist, composer, educator and broadcaster Phil Broadhurst MNZM MPhil. Phil was widely respected and much loved by Tauranga Jazz Festival audiences. It is a pleasure to present this tribute to his music.

Join Phil’s wife Julie Mason as she leads the Kiwi Jazz Legends performing Phil’s favourite standards. The Kiwi Jazz Legends: Kim Paterson – trumpet, Brian Smith – tenor sax, Julie Mason – piano/vocals, Alberto Santarelli – bass, Frank Gibson – drums.

Followed by The Auckland Jazz Orchestra performing a selection of Phil Broadhurst’s recorded works.

The Kiwi Jazz Legends

Kim Paterson – trumpet | Brian Smith – tenor sax | Frank Gibson – drums |  Julie Mason – piano/vocals | Alberto Santarelli – bass

Auckland Jazz Orchestra

Tim Atkinson – Musical Director I Saxes: Andrew Hall , Joel Griffin, David Edmundson, Ben McNicoll, Andrew Baker
Trumpets: Mike Booth, Jo Spiers, Mathew Verrill, Oliver Furneaux
Trombones: Jono Tan, Glenn Bartlet, Mike Young, Steve Taylor
Rhythm Section: Michael Gianan – guitar, Bhagi Prutvi – piano
Wil Goodinson – bass, Graham Cope – drums

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