Dancing About Architecture is all about the groove, playing an original blend of jazz funk ranging from soulful ballads to solid, lively grooves...music you can't help but move to!

Brisbane, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
"This 6-7 piece brisbane based jazz-funk band is as fresh as it gets"
- Jim Budd, Marketing and Development Officer for Jazz Queensland

"Andrew Ward from Jazz Queensland says stylistic emphases tend to vary from state to state. In Perth there is a preoccupation with harmony and in southeast Queensland a strong interest in rhythmic complexity and time due to percussionists Ken Edie, Grant Collins and the ensembles Babal, Dancing About Architecture and the Trevor Hart Trio."
- Article on the Australian jazz scene, Courier Mail, June 24 2006.

Dancing About Architecture are a 7-piece jazz funk band.  With 5 Conservatorium of Music students and all members dedicated to the music, Dancing About Architecture will always put on an enthusiastic and passionate show. 

The band cut its teeth with late night rooftop jam sessions in Brisbane's West End.  From there it has continued to grow steadily, picking up extra players and added groove along the way.  Now a 7-piece outfit, Dancing About Architecture represents the enthusiastic youth of Brisbane's jazz scene, playing all original compositions ranging from soulful ballads to powerful jazz funk grooves…music you can't help but move to!

Lineup includes: saxophone, flute, keyboard, guitar, bass guitar, drums, and percussion.

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