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Black Lives Matter…

Great Day In Harlem jazz musicians

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While I regularly engage with news and debates from around the globe making my opinions, I don’t consider myself very good at writing about them. I feel more comfortable discussing and debating politics in more intimate settings. Having said that, the disturbing surge in right-wing movements and their political figures that we have experienced on […]

Memories of Spain…

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Live concerts, remember those? Well I do, but man, it’s been a while. I don’t like to dwell too much on pasts events and concerts are ephemeral. They come and go. The moment we are in them is what matters, we hopefully cherish being part of that moment, whether listener or performer. However, in this […]

Acrobat ‘Pre Covid’ Tour

Acrobat organ trio

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In late January, when I flew back to Australia from Basel Airport via London Heathrow and Singapore, it was like an omen of the future to come. All over the international airports many travellers were already wearing face masks, particularly in Singapore where the risk of the SARS-II COVID 19 was more present than in […]

Skype lessons are back…

Kristian Borring online Lessons

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As a result of having successfully taught guitar students at WAAPA their lessons online throughout the lockdown period, I have decided to start offering online lessons again outside the conservatoire. I’ve got multiple and improved set-ups for teaching to give students a good experience, and I’m excited about it. So if you were thinking about […]

I Don’t Play Norwegian Fusion!

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It wasn’t long after I arrived in London around 2005 having moved from Amsterdam, that I began hanging out on the jazz scene. In many ways that’s where I really started developing my voice as an artist. During the day I would study and practice, and at night we would hang out at jam sessions […]

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