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Sydney Int’l Women’s Jazz Festival

Magical and diverse music experiences with global artists

Explore the festival program

Ben Lerner/Jodie Michael Quartet

Jangling Jacks

The cosy speakeasy has character throughout, with boutique furniture and charming framed artworks covering the walls. It’ll be a visual and audible spectacle, for your Sunday evening entertainment.

Belinda Holland & the Feral Horns

Lazybones Lounge

An evening with Belinda Holland and the Feral Horns at Lazybones Lounge is a mix of lesser-known jazz standards, original blues, and jazz classics all with horn arrangements by Roslyn Mayne

Magdalena Mira

Butcher's Brew Bar

Chilean singer Magdalena Mira is a captivating & engaging performer with a voice & a presence that lingers long after she's left the stage.

Lazybones Jazz Jam ft. Joy Yates

Lazybones Lounge

Jazz singer extraordinaire, Joy Yates will join the Lazy Bones house jazz jam band.  An inspiration to many, Joy’s career spans five decades and several continents across live performance, television, recording and jazz vocal performance education.

Tuesday Night Jazz Orchestra

Lazybones Lounge

LazyBones partners with the Sydney International Womens’ Jazz Festival to present an extraordinary line-up of some of Sydney’s best female jazz musicians.

Lisa Oduor-Noah

Phoenix Central Park

Beautiful emotional soul that’ll heal your mind, body and spirit. Kenyan singer Lisa Oduor-Noah reveals her latest emotional album in Sydney, reflecting on juxtaposing virtues and vices like Faith-Fear, Trust-Doubt, Love-Lust through song.


Foundry 616

Led by bassist Hannah James, the band features an all-star line-up of Sydney’s finest female instrumentalists, performing compositions by Sandy Evans, Andrea Keller, Helen Sung, Silke Eberhardt and more.

Festival Playlist
About the Festival

Festival Team

Amy Curl – Festival Director
Zoe Hauptmann & Peter Rechniewski– Artistic Directors
Reuben White – Marketing Manager
Emma Collison & Chris Ruhle – Publicist
Monica Higgins – Festival branding and web design

Festival Sponsors

The Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival is proudly supported by the Anthony and Sharon Lee Foundation, the City of Sydney, Create NSW and the Australia Council for the Arts.

We are very thankful for their contributions, and hope you enjoy the diverse music on offer!