Jazz Jam with Justine Clarke

Jazz Jam with Justine Clarke

Ambassador for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation and best-selling children’s music artist and author Justine Clarke has assembled the finest musicians in Australia to play a selection of her jazziest songs from her albums, to celebrate this dynamic and nuanced form with preschoolers.

Jazz was the first music Justine heard and sang, and she can’t wait to share her love of it with all ages 2 to 92! The performances will take place in Sydney’s Darling Harbour during this year’s Vivid Lights Festival.

100% of the net ticket sales go directly to the ARA Endowment Fund, which is creating a lasting legacy of charitable support for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation alongside the Go Foundation and The David Lynch Foundation. So why not enjoy the jazz jam with Justine and at the same time you’ll be helping support literacy in remote communities across Australia.

The fundraiser runs from 24-25 May and you can find out more details here.

Learn more about The Indigenous Literacy Foundation and the great book swap program in our earlier article here.

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    Justine Clarke

    Justine Clarke is one of Australia's most accomplished and admired performers: a best-selling children's singer; acclaimed film, television and stage actress with credits including Time of Our Lives, Tangle, Love My Way, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, Japanese Story and Hedda Gabler; and a constant, reassuring presence on Play School.

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