Dolphin House

26 Judge St

Randwick, NSW, Australia



Tel: Sydney, Australia

(02) 9398 7375


Bags Groove - Stan's Buddies
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Ph: 0410 401 370

Stan’s Buddies is the ensemble of highly trained musicians who can read and improvise jazz music of any kind from early New Orleans to modern.  They are suitable for any type of functions, jazz festivals, jazz club gatherings etc. 


You are invited to check their craftsmanship on the

following examples of their repertoire.


Stanley Kenton, leader and administrator

Very short video clip of the band in the studio

Some more music from Stan's Buddies

Well You Needn't - Stan's Buddies
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Walking Shoes - Stan's Buddies
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Skating In Central Park - Stan's Buddies
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Jumping At The Woodside - Stan's Buddies
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Zdenek Cernohorsky    double bass

Hails from Czech Republic. Emigrated  to Australia in 1979, via New Zealand. In residence in NZ 1969 to 1979, performed with various groups around Auckland. Namely Society Jazzmen, Auckland Big Band, many recordings and TV appearances.  


Toured NZ with Bud Freeman, Cilla Black and Harry Secombe.  While in Auckland, became a member of Auckland Symphony and performed with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa concerts in Wellington and Auckland.  


Moved to Sydney in 1979 to study jazz at the Conservatorim of Music, under Mike Bukovsky and Roger Frampton.  After finishing studies, started playing in musicals – like Chorus Line, Annie, La Cage aux Foles, Barnum, Oklahoma and Sound of Music.


Became the member of Graeme Bell All Stars touring Australia and Europe. Frequently played with groups in Sydney Metropolitan area, namely Eric Holroyd, Trevor Rippingale’s Benny’s Boys and Eclipse Alley Five, Mike Hallam Hot Six.  


Also performed with Willoughby Symphony Orchestra (7 years) and Northern Chamber Orchestra, and regular appearances with Mell-o-Tones in Cremorne Orpheum. At present frequently performing as a freelancer around Sydney Metropolitan area.


vibraphone & saxes


Glen started professionaly 50 years ago in New York.  He moved with his family to  Adelaide in 1971,  where Glenn completed his musical studies.  


While in Adelaide Glenn began leading his own quartet performing regularly in Adelaide’s leading  jazz venue, the Creole Room.  Glenn’s quartet performed as support group to major concerts by  such jazz icons as Dave Brubeck, Oscar Peterson, Chick Corea, Ralph Towner’s group, Oregon, Eberhardt Weber’s group Colours and Art Pepper.


Some of this last performance by Glenn’s group was televised on ABC program, Jazztrack.  In 1979 Glenn’s  quartet also recorded for an hour special ABC FM radio broadcast for Jim MacLeod’s ABC FM program, Jazztrack.  


In 1981-2 Glenn acted as Associate Musical Director for a touring production of  Oklahoma, moving to Sydney in 1982. A gifted multi-instrumentalist performing on piano, vibes, flutes, clarinets and saxes, he was a member of seminal jazz groups led ty Tom Baker, Judy Bailey and James Morrison recording with all these as well as Cd’s with Catherine Hunter, Paul Hendon, Galapagos Duck, the Mell-O-Tones, George Washingmachine and Ian Date, and a video performance of ‘With All Due Respect’ a Benny Goodman tribute by Adrian Cunningham. 


 In 1988 – 1990 Glenn toured nationally and internationally (S E Asia, Europe) with the James Morrison Quintet.  From 1994 – 1997 Glenn performed and toured nationally with Galapagos Duck.  Glenn recorded his first CD under his leadership, Glenn Henrich-Vibes with Jim Pennell, Steve Elphick, Craig Scott, Natalie and John Morrison and Fabian Hevia in 1999.  At present Glenn continues to freelance as a jazz multi instrumentalist in Sydney performing with the Mell-O-Tones Orchestra, Simon Tedeschi, Andrew Dickeson, Sandie White, Graham Conlon, Stan Kenton and other leading musicians.



Monique has worked as a professional musician for the past 35 years.  She has studied in New York with Barry Harris, Tommy Flanagan, Fred Hersch and Kenny Barron.  


She has played in many jazz bands over the years including Eclipse Alley Five at the Strawberry Hills hotel for over 8 years, various Big Bands such as The Kings of Swing, Southern Hemisphere Big Band, the Sydney Sounds and Sirens big Band most recently.  


Monique has also  played for many jazz singers including Jane Irving, Barbara Morrison and Marie Wilson to name just a few, working in most venues in Sydney including The Basement, The Foundry, 505 Jazz Club, Soup Plus, the Sydney Opera House again just to name a few.  


She has also played with her own bands and various other groups at The Forbes, Dubbo, Manly and Sydney Jazz Festivals. Monique has also been involved in Jazz music education teaching the SIMA Young Women’s Jazz Workshop at the NSW Conservatorium for the past  15 years.


She also plays for 2 jazz singers workshops in  Sydney on a regular basis and is especially committed to developing the jazz sector through her tutoring and mentoring.


trumpet & flugelhorn

Bruce has played trumpet and flugel for over 40 years including in the bands of Graeme Bell, Ray Price, Paul Furniss, Tom Baker and Dick Hughes, as well as leading his own groups and co-leading a quintet  Eclipse Alley Five with John MacArthy.


He has played in support groups for visitors ranging from Kenny Ball and Turk Murphy to Stan Getz, and with bands in Europe, the US and Russia. 


He has presented improvisation workshops in Australia, UK and Europe.  His work can be heard on over a dozen albums.



Since arriving from Queensland in the mid 1960’s, Ian Bloxsom  (Blocko) has had a varied career as a percussionist encompassing Sydney Symphony Orchestra,


Australian Opera Orchestra, musical theatre, visiting overseas artists and ballet companies, countless recordings of film scores,  pop bands, advertising jingles, overseas tours with various companies etc.  


Throughout all this he has been a jazz drummer and has played and recorded with many of Australia’s leading jazz players and continues to do so to this day.