Jazz Connective is a collaborative project between different European actors built to sustainably strengthen our artistic scenes, composed of promoters and producers, musicians and professionals, by exploring these issues on a European scale. This project is supported by the European Union within the framework of Creative Europe - Cooperation Project and will take place in several stages, in several European cities. Read more

Upcoming Events

GO NORTHWARD / OCTOBER 2019
iT: Another Crying Game
Elodie Pasquier (solo)
Darrifourcq-Pohjola-Tikkanen (FR-FIN)
Insufficient Funs & Mikko Innanen (IRL-FIN)
Joanna Duda Trio

Participants

Mario Batelić

Mario Batelić

Mario Batelić is free-lance journalist from 1993 on, covering alternative rock, jazz, experimental and world music.

Jan Ole Otnæs

Jan Ole Otnæs

Managing Director, Nasjonal jazzscene – Victoria, Oslo.

Pierre Dugelay

Pierre Dugelay

Pierre Dugelay is one of the founders of the Periscope, jazz club and creative artistic scene in Lyon, France. 

Kim Macari

Kim Macari

Kim Macari is an improvising artist and composer immersed in the jazz and improvised music scene. Whether as a performer, teacher or a producer, her passion lies in the strength …

Oliver Weindling

Oliver Weindling

Head manager of the Vortex Jazz Club in London, and label manager at babel label, Oliver Weindling is an inspiring figure on the european scene. 


Maaike Wuyts

Maaike Wuyts

Maaike Wuyts runs the Aubergine Artist Management agency based in Brussel, offfering management, production, promotion, administrative and tour support to some of Belgium’s most talented jazz artists. The focus …

Thoughts on European Jazz

Thoughts on European Jazz

As each european country seem to reflect a specific cultural and musical identity, the shape of european jazz seem to get clearer and richer with artistic circulation.


Inclusion and inclusivity.

Inclusion and inclusivity.

A provocation by Oliver Weindling

Jazz Connective in Slovenia by Andrew Dehany

Jazz Connective in Slovenia by Andrew Dehany

 “For innovative music we need an innovative environment.”  

Jazz Connective Ljubljana Notes & Observations by Cormac Larkin

Jazz Connective Ljubljana Notes & Observations by Cormac Larkin

In an increasingly ‘connected’ world, it is clearly important to the survival of creative music in Europe that individual scenes, and the people who make them – musicians, promoters, stakeholders, even …