Judy Bailey (pianist)
|Birth name||Judith Mary Bailey|
|Born||3 October 1935|
Auckland, New Zealand
|Genres||Jazz, soundtrack, children's music, third stream|
Bailey was born in Auckland and raised in Whangarei, a town in the north of New Zealand. As a young child she learned ballet, followed by piano and theory when she was 10 years old. She graduated from Trinity College London when she was 16.
In 1973, Bailey became the pianist on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation children's radio show Kindergarten, which often featured presenters from Play School, notably Barbara Frawley, Alister Smart, Don Spencer and Geoff Ayling.
- 2004: Order of Australia for services to music and education.
- 2008: Award for Distinguished Services to Australian Music at the Annual Classical Music Awards.
- 2014: Inducted into the Graeme Bell Jazz Hall of Fame by Jazz Australia.
- 2017: Awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Sydney 
- 2018: Recipient of the Sir Bernard Heinze Memorial Award
- 1991 Notwithstanding
- 1993 Sundial
- 2005 The Spritely Ones
- 2016 You & the Night & the Music (re-release)
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