The IJD, officially designated by the UNESCO in 2011, takes place each year on 30 April and has the aim to remind people of the artistic significance of jazz, its roots and its worldwide impact on cultural development. Jeff Levenson, member of the Board of the Herbie-Hancock-Institute Of Jazz, which organizes IJD, will provide information about the event.
For the first time in 2021, jazzahead! and International Jazz Day will join forces. And it is also a special year for both: jazzahead! turns fifteen, and International Jazz Day celebrates its tenth anniversary on 30 April 2021.
A conversation between Jeff Levenson (IJD) and Peter Schulze (jazzahead!)
Our fifth jazzahead! Virtual Session will focus on Brexit and include, among other subjects: the practical consequences of Brexit for UK-based musicians touring abroad, and for foreign musicians wanting to appear in the UK. ...
Cologne is one of Germany`s most important jazz cities. The scene in Cologne is very much driven by the artists and their initiatives, such as Stadtgarten, KLAENG Kollektiv and Cologne Jazzweek. We will talk with three important personalities of the Cologne scene:
Let’s talk about Greece!
In this jazzahead! live panel we will set the focus on the jazz scene in Greece that 2018 showcasing artist Petros Klampanis described as “full of muscial ability, creativity and enthusiasm” in an interview.
On Thursday, 3 September we have started our first monthly live panel on our jazzahead! facebook page. You can watch it now here on our blog and as well on the jazzahead! YouTube channel: free of charge and for all jazz fans!
Silvervest was selected to play the Canadian program during jazzahead! CLUBNIGHT.
Fortunately, they got to play at Sala Rossa in Montreal's Casa del Populo and we get to share their gig with you!
We are looking forward to welcoming Canada back as our partner country next edition and with it a wide and fabolous range of jazz and music from Canada.