Norsk Jazzforum

Norsk Jazzforum (the Norwegian jazz forum) is a non-profit organisation which aims at connecting the Norwegian jazz scene. It aims to work for the benefit of Norwegian jazz, culturally, artistically and educationally.  Norsk Jazzforum’s primary aim is to spread jazz to the widest possible audience in Norway, speaking for Norwegian jazz nationally and internationally, as well as working for increased funding for Norwegian jazz. Its current membership consists of approximately 25 jazz festivals, 75 jazz clubs, 110 big bands, 550 professional musicians and 130 jazz students. In addition to the national organisation Norsk Jazzforum in Oslo, there are 5 regional jazz centres in Norway, based in Bodø, Trondheim, Bergen, Arendal and Oslo.

Akersgata 16,
0158 Oslo , OL
Norway
Phone: 47 2200 5660
Fax: 47 2200 5661

News

YOUNG NORDIC JAZZ COMETS

by Norsk Jazzforum on Tue, 27/08/2013 - 17:27
Six talented young bands are ready to dazzle the audience when Young Nordic Jazz Comets takes place in Trondheim, Norway, 12 September 2013 Young Nordic Jazz Comets (YNJC) started in 2000 and has since been a recurring event on the Nordic jazz scene. The main purpose is to create attention to new jazz talents, giving them the... read more

Trondheim Voices of musical emergency

by Norsk Jazzforum on Mon, 03/06/2013 - 11:03
NEWS Trondheim Voices of musical emergency Pop music, social space and social conventions are artistic material when Trondheim Voices and Wild at Art from Wednesday 5 Jun Jun invites the public to Popludium - a five-day musical emergency in Postgården in Trondheim. http://jazzinorge.no/2013/06/03/trondheim-voices-med-... read more

NORWEGIAN JAZZ LAUNCH 2013

by Norsk Jazzforum on Tue, 28/05/2013 - 16:22
NORWEGIAN JAZZ LAUNCH 2013 Norwegian Jazz Launch is a launch programme for the new generation of jazz musicians.The 2013 programme is providing support for saxophonists Marius Neset and Karl Seglem, bassist Mats Eilertsen and the band Elephant9. by: CAMILLA SLAATTUN BRAUER A new generation of Norwegian jazz musicians have... read more