Judy Campbell's MOSAIC

 A vibrant meeting of world music and jazzJudy Campbell

Judy Campbell’s MOSAIC brings together some of Australia’s most accomplished jazz performers and
composers to present a joyous, multicultural fusion of World Music and Contemporary Jazz.  With influences ranging from African to Jewish, Brazilian and American music, they celebrate musical diversity through the lens of contemporary Australian jazz.  A strong focus on vocal textures and an ongoing musical collaboration with Kenyan master percussionist Bandika Ngao bring added depth and diversity to this exciting group.

MOSAIC's line up includes piano, bass, drums, guitar, saxophone, two frontline vocalists plus additional backing vocals. Percussion has become a key part of the sound.  Judy also adds the unique sound of an array mbira, based on the traditional African mbira. (read more...)

MOSAIC at Eastside Arts Cafe

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Waters of Kenya - a new CD release

Judy Campbell's MOSAIC have been hard at work in the studio recording and mixing their new EP "Waters of Kenya", another collaboration with Kenyan percussionist Bandika Ngao, due to be released in October 2009.

Next tour to receive funding

MOSAIC's next national tour will be assisted by funding under the Contemporary Music Touring Program, administered by the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts.

Tour success

MOSAIC enjoyed a fantastic tour in April and May, performing across 3 Australian states to over 1300 people. Thanks to all those who came along to the shows!

DVD Soundtrack

Music from MOSAIC's last release, "Colours of Kenya", provides the soundtrack to the documentary "The Orange Juice Girl", produced by the Tweed Shire Council.