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Rodger Fox - A life in Jazz: Part one

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Rodger Fox has been a central figure in the New Zealand jazz community for decades. From his early career in the rock band, Quincy Conserve to appearances at the Montreux Jazz Festival, and through his life's work in jazz education, Rodger has broken new ground and connected local musicians to the global stage. Nick Tipping talks to Rodger about a life lived in jazz.


Host: Nick Tipping

Guest: Rodger Fox


Brought to you by SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music


Production team

  • Producer: Nick Tipping
  • Sound Engineer: Phil Brownlee


This podcast is supported by funding from The Stout Trust.


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The SOUNZ Podcasts is a collection of podcast episodes that covers a range of topics that relate to the music of Aotearoa New Zealand. Join our hosts as they explore issues and interests that are pertinent to our music today including classical music, Māori music, jazz, sonic art and the music of the Moana Pacific peoples.


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