Saxophonist-composer Jeremy Rose leads a multi-dimensional career spanning a dozen releases of original music with collaborative and solo projects across the world, including The Earshift Orchestra, Jeremy Rose Quartet, and The Vampires. Rose is the founder and director of the Earshift Music record label and festival. Rose has performed at festivals, venues, and concert halls throughout Australia, Europe, and the UK, including recently touring Europe with guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel and collaborating with Benin-born Blue Note guitarist Lionel Loueke.
Rose has been described as “one to watch on the Australian jazz scene” (Jazzwise, UK), “one of the most creative and restless musicians in the Australian jazz scene” (Australianjazz.net), “a brilliant jazz composer and instrumentalist, a young man with a social purpose” (The Australian), and “a bold, emerging Aussie voice” (Limelight Magazine).
Rose has received recognition through nominations for the ARIA Awards, three AIR Awards, Australian Music Prize short-listing, two Jazz Bell Awards, the APRA Professional Development Award for Jazz, a four-time finalist for the AMC Art Music Award for Excellence in Jazz, and runner up at the National Jazz Awards saxophone competition. As a label director of Earshift Music, Rose has fostered a community of creative musicians throughout Australasia, which NYC Jazz Records describe as “hell-bent on pushing the very definition of jazz.”
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