'I feel really lucky to get about in life spending my time playing great music with really talented and creative folk, exploring new cities and venues.
From festivals to theatres , concert halls, cathedrals, galleries, bars and beautiful private homes, it's always a pleasure to be in a new space to make music and be part of the history of that place.
I love being a cog in the wheel. It's all part of the job and that job is my favourite!'
Jane Morris is a freelance singer, flautist and recording artist specialising in many genres of music including Irish, Jazz and Folk and Classical music. An accomplished and versitile musician, her instruments include all members of the flute family, Irish whistles and voice. Over the last two decades, performance opportunities have taken her around the world including all over Australia, Singapore, Ireland and the US, playing with various bands, ensembles & orchestras.
Jane studied flute (Bmus Performance) at the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and the College of Music in Dublin. Whilst in Ireland, working as a freelance flautist, she travelled extensively performing at various venues including the Town Hall Theatre (GALWAY), Christchurch Cathedral, Saint Patrick's Cathedral, RTE studios
and the National Concert Hall (DUBLIN).
Moving back to Australia, Jane established performance opportunities with resident gigs and regular touring. As a flautist highlights include performing at the American National Flute Association convention in Times Square NYC (2009), the Bell Awards at the Wharf Theatre in Sydney (2011), the Australian Flute Festival in Adelaide (2009) and Canberra (2011) and Mary Poppins at the Theatre Royal in Hobart (2018).
Performance highlights as a vocalist include the Fly By Night Club, WA (2014), Albany Entertainment Centre WA , (2014/2017/2019), Fairbridge Festival WA (2014/2017), Ellington Jazz Club WA ( 2014/2019)
MONA ,TAS The Void (2017) & The Nolan Gallery (2018), Devonport Jazz Festival, TAS (2017/2018/2019), Dark Mofo Winterfeast Festival, TAS (2017/2018/2019), Oz Manouche Jazz Festival, QLD (2018/2019) and the Taste of Tasmania Festival, TAS (2018/2019/2020).
Jane is currently performing with several
Tasmanian and interstate projects and, as always, is more than happy to travel any road that leads to a gig.