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  1. Australian pianist Alister Spence, Canadian bassist (living in Stockholm) Joe Williamson and Swedish drummer Christopher Cantillo first came together in to perform at the Vilnius Jazz Festival. They have quickly formed a strong musical bond, establishing a unique sound in both open and structured music.
  2. Australian Hi-Fi Magazine May / June Since , Australian Hi-Fi Magazine has kept audiophiles up to date on all the latest advances in audio technology and the hi-fi components available to enjoy music. All equipment reviews and music reviews are written by professionals who are experts in their respective fields, and are checked for accuracy by experienced sub-editors.
  3. Check out Rub by Joe Williamson & Christopher Cantillo Alister Spence on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on alternative.kataxevolkreenuamand.infoinfo
  4. Alister Spence, Christopher Cantillo and Joe Williamson Begin: Nominated Julien Wilson Recording and touring associated with the establishment of Lionsharecords Won PBS FM The Young Elder of Jazz Commission: Nominated Peter Knight Leadership, composition, performance, curation NominatedHosted by: Brian Nankervis.
  5. full list of finalists ORCHESTRAL WORK OF THE YEAR. Title. Concerto for clarinet and orchestra. Composer. Lachlan Skipworth. Performed by. West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Ashley Smith soloist, Baldur Bronnimann conductor. Alister Spence, Christopher Cantillo and Joe Williamson for Begin.
  6. Begin - Alister Spence (piano, prepared piano, percussion), Joe Williamson (double bass), Christopher Cantillo (drums, percussion) This is the first CD release from a mesmerising new piano trio. Alister, Joe (CAN/SWE) and Christopher (SWE) first performed together in .

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