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Michael Ricci: A Modern Day Jazz Messenger

Read "Michael Ricci: A Modern Day Jazz Messenger" reviewed by Ian Patterson

All About Jazz is celebrating its twentieth anniversary but for founder Michael Ricci it's business as usual. For the Philadelphian that means dedicating huge amounts of time and energy to giving jazz musicians everywhere a platform, promoting the music globally, providing numerous services and encouraging debate around the key issues facing jazz today. This ...


Jazz for Kids: Copenhagen Jazz Festival

Read "Jazz for Kids: Copenhagen Jazz Festival" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Jazz for Kids: Folkegaven (Kresten Osgood & Lars Greve) and Sun Ra for KidsCopenhagen Jazz Festival Søndermarken Park, Frederiksberg July 10, 2015 The Copenhagen Jazz Festival is a massive event, lasting 10 days, offering 1,200 concerts that envelope all corners of the Danish capital and draws an audience of about 250,000 ...


Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2010

Read "Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2010" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Copenhagen Jazz FestivalVarious VenuesCopenhagen, DenmarkJuly 2-11, 2010 With the current crisis of the major record labels and the folding of venues all over the world, it could be argued that jazz, as an art form, has entered the age of survival where it is simply a basic matter of keeping ...


Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2009

Read "Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2009" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Copenhagen Jazz Festival Various Venues Copenhagen, Denmark July 3-12, 2009 In a survey conducted recently by the renowned Monocle Magazine (volume 03, issue 25), Copenhagen was selected as the second best city in the world due to its safety, atmosphere, welfare, infrastructure and--one could be tempted to add--its ...


2008 Copenhagen Jazz Festival

Read "2008 Copenhagen Jazz Festival" reviewed by AAJ Staff

2008 Copenhagen Jazz FestivalCopenhagen, DenmarkJuly 4th-13th, 2008 Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the Copenhagen Jazz Festival is a model of excellence for jazz festivals worldwide. From July 4th-13th, the Danish capital was the scene of 900+ music events at over 100 venues, from countless outdoor concerts in public squares, parks and along the waterfront ...


Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2006

Read "Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2006" reviewed by AAJ Staff

The Copenhagen Jazz Festival does not just span the city, it takes it over. From venues large to small with jazz starting at 10:30am and going into late night, the jazz festival convincingly makes the Danish capital New York-like for ten days with its overwhelming concert schedule. And much like New York city, it wasn't too ...


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