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Finalist in the 1999 National Australian Jazz Piano Competition and graduate of Jazz Studies (majoring in Arranging, Jazz and Classical Piano) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, singer/pianist Rodric White performs a wide variety of music styles from contemporary, jazz and blues, to Bossa Nova, Classical and French music. He has worked with many leading Australian musicians such as James Morrison, Don Burrows, Dale Barlow, Phil Slater, Guy Strazz, Jason Morphett, Julian Gough & George Golla & singers such Patricia Ségui (France), Nicki Parrott (USA), Rachel Delgado (Chile), Marilane De Mello (Brazil), Rebekka Neville, Lana Nesnas, Debra Dicembre, Virna Sanzone, George Washingmachine & 2015 Generations In Jazz Vocal Competition winner Liam Burrows (2011 "Australia's Got Talent" finalist).
Rodric performed as the featured solo pianist at the Manly International Jazz Festival (Sydney) and the Central Coast Jazz Festival throughout the 1990s
and led his own bands in performances for the Sydney Improvised Music Association (SIMA) and Jazzgroove in Sydney. From 2005 to 2009, Rodric
performed a broad range of musical styles and genres with International Musicians and Entertainers aboard the luxury ships of the Royal Caribbean
and Princess Cruise Lines in Europe, Alaska, the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. Rodric now performs regularly for weekend Jazz Cruises on
Sydney Harbour with singer Rebekka Neville.
Rodric has two albums: "The Sea Of Tranquility" (Newmarket Music 2006) and "New Jazz Directions" (La Brava Music 1996) and recorded with Dale
Barlow on his ABC release, "Playground", and collaborated with Dorian Mode on the arrangements for his album, "Café In Venice" (La Brava Music 2002).
A Central Coast resident, Rodric performs widely in Sydney, Newcastle and on the Central Coast. He has played at venues including the Foundry 616, The Royal Sydney Golf Club, the Sheraton Grand, the Seymour Centre, the Soup Plus, the Wine Banq, Berkerlouw Wine Bar and the Opera Forecourt Bar. In Newcastle at the Kent, Northern Star and Exchange Hotels, and on the Central Coast at venues such as The Avoca Beach Picture Theatre, The Central Coast Conservatorium of Music, Lizotte's, The Reef Restaurant (Terrigal), Holiday Inn (Terrigal), Kim's Resort (Towoon Bay) and the Gosford Regional Gallery Arts Centre (East Gosford).