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Didi Mudigdo’s music keeps him on a hectic live performance schedule all year round, performing either solo, or with his trio Didi Three, which has recorded three CDs to date. A popular entertainer, singer, pianist and composer from Sydney Australia, he was the most-downloaded independent jazz vocals artist on the Australian MP3 website mp3.com.au in 2005, and in the same year was a Top 10 finalist in the Australian National Songwriting Contest (jazz category).

Born in Australia to Indonesian parents, Didi had a multi-national upbringing, living in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Sri Lanka before the age of 12. He graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with a jazz major, and has since toured Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, performing at many festivals and jazz clubs.

As a composer, Didi started writing piano pieces and pop songs in his early teenage years. Now, his compositional contributions appear on his own albums, as well as albums by TJ Eckleberg, Weizen Ho and Debra Blaquiere.


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Album Didi Three Live At Sapporo Jazz Festival by Didi Mudigdo

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