Jazz from Scotland aims to provide a voice for Scotland and Scottish jazz in the wider UK and International sectors as well as providing a relevant information portal and support network for our musicians. Formerly known as the Scottish Jazz Federation, from October 1st 2016, we officially changed our name to Jazz from Scotland... read more
Jazz North is a consortium of experienced delivery organisations and individuals who will build a new northern jazz delivery model, based on collective partnerships.
The new agency will support the existing jazz sector across the North and will lead the development of both artform and audiences across the three... read more
Jazzlines is Town Hall Symphony Hall’s dynamic programme of live jazz performances and education projects across Birmingham. Part of the registered charity Performances Birmingham Limited, the Jazzlines artistic programme reaches over 24.500 people annually across a range of venues including Town Hall, Symphony Hall, the CBSO... read more
Producer of live jazz, international & contemporary music
Serious aims to inspire and innovate with everything it does.
Artists and creative process are at the heart of every project: audiences, sponsors and partners find that their aspirations are matched and often exceeded.
Serious approaches every element that... read more
Manchester Jazz Festival (mjf):
produces an annual 10-day festival in July/August, using 10 indoor and outdoor city centre venues, featuring 90 events and 500 performers
is an independent, artist-led, non-profit making Limited Company with charitable status
is funded through Arts Council England’s National Portfolio and... read more
Moving on Music is a not-for-profit music promotion company based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is funded by the Arts Council NI, Belfast City Council, PRSF, etc and serves the NI region and beyond with tours (including jazz) and education outreach work, and in Belfast it promotes an annual jazz festival (Brilliant Corners) and... read more
EJN Honorary Member
Back in business again from October 2010, after his long and happy spells as Head of Music at Scottish Arts Council and Chief Executive of Bath Festivals, Nod Knowles offers a range of consultancy and promotional services in arts and music - and undertakes any kind of project, no matter how large or small,... read more