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STRUT at The Peacock
by Improvised Music Company on Fri, 06/11/2015 - 16:10  PDF version
4-night pop-up Jazz Club November 18-21st The Abbey Theatre, Dublin From New Yorks ‘Village Vanguard’ to London’s ‘Ronnie Scott’s’, the quintessential jazz club has always been at the fulcrum of urban musical creativity. The intimate setting and dynamic between audience and...
ACTION FOR REFUGEES AT WOMEX15
by EJN Europe Jazz Network on Sat, 24/10/2015 - 17:52  PDF version
"We, World Music delegates at Womex in Budapest, want to express our solidarity with refugees in Europe. The refugee situation is unacceptable: closing borders, building walls, using violence against people escaping from war and poverty are the signs of policies based on fear. Europe was founded on the values of hospitality,...
The Europe Jazz Network to adopt a Green Manifesto at WOMEX 15
by EJN Europe Jazz Network on Mon, 19/10/2015 - 11:28  PDF version
The Europe Jazz Network, the main cultural network in Europe focusing on jazz, improvised and creative music, and Julie’s Bicycle, the leading U.K. organisation working for the inclusion of environmental sustainability in the creative sector, have teamed up and developed a Green Manifesto for the jazz community. The Manifesto has...
Jazz at WOMEX 15 - Budapest, Hungary
by WOMEX / Piranha Arts on Sun, 18/10/2015 - 16:18  PDF version
Jazz “is the sound of surprise” (W. Balliett's) - so come to be surprised! Celebrating diversity in music for the 21st time, WOMEX 15 (21 to 25 October in Budapest) covers the elastic breadth of Jazz with an exceptional range of artists from around the globe. Highlights of this year's showcases include: Trumpeter...
FABULA - Improvisation camp for Children
by JazzDanmark on Thu, 08/10/2015 - 15:16  PDF version
A new inter-nordic improvisation camp for children will see the light of day in November. JazzDanmark organizes the camp along with the two nordic partners Improbasen in Norway and Scenkonstbolaget in Sweden. By bringing together 36 nordic children between 9-13 as well as 6 professional and passionate teachers, Fabula...

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Manga - 07 February 2013 20:00
by Sanat Concert Hall - Is Sanat Istanbul Concert Hall on Mon, 04/02/2013 - 16:02  PDF version
Hosting the most prominent rock groups of Turkey, maNga will be İş Sanat’s guest of this month is. Named after the traditional Japanese cartoon art, MaNga comprises Yağmur Sarıgül (guitar), Özgür Can Öney (drums), Efe Yılmaz (turntable),Ferman Akgül (vocal) and Cem Bahtiyar (bass). Comprising five...
MOONLY DELIGHTS – 20 Feb 2013
by Jazz Masters Maastricht on Mon, 04/02/2013 - 15:57  PDF version
MOONLY DELIGHTS – André Klenes Quartet, Strings & Drums Moonly Delights are compositions for cello, guitar, acoustic bass and drums, with the moon as a connectng factor. The music i nfluenced by jazz and world music.  Queen of the Night, companion of the earth, mistress of the sea, shelter or...
2013 IASJ Jazz Meeting: general information
by IASJ, International Association of Schools of Jazz on Mon, 04/02/2013 - 15:54  PDF version
The IASJ Jazz Meeting in 2013 starts on Saturday the 29th of June and ends on Friday the 5 of July. The meeting takes place in Denmark. Both Swinging Europe in Herning and the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus are the hosts. The first few days are spend in Vildbjerg, a little outside Herning, where rehearsals, lectures, jam...
DREAM TEAM. LNSO CELLOS - 14/02/2013
by Great Guild on Mon, 04/02/2013 - 15:52  PDF version
An opportunity to witness a special dialogue, to be part of a moment when notes are transformed into syllables, strings - into voices and musical pieces - into beautiful emotions and never-ending stories. Featuring LNSO Cellos: Diana Ozoliņa, Ieva Puriņa, Lolita Lilje, Mareta Prikule, Dace Zālīte, Jānis Rinkulis, Zane Guļāne un...
Made in Scotland - 15 Feb 2013
by Creative Scotland on Mon, 04/02/2013 - 15:46  PDF version
Made in Scotland is a curated showcase of some of the most exciting dance and theatre productions from Scotland at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It was set-up to raise the international profile of Scottish dance and theatre, and is a joint initiative between the Festival Fringe Society, the Federation of Scottish Theatre and...

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