Guelph Jazz Festival News

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Festival Podcast 6 Now Available

Artistic Director Scott Thomson has produced the sixth of ten podcasts featuring the artists and groups to be presented at the 2018 festival. This episode features the groups performing at the 16 September noon double-bill: Hübsch Martel Zoubek & Marilyn Lerner and Nicole Rampersaud: Brass Knuckle Sandwich.

Festival Podcast 5 Now Available

Artistic Director Scott Thomson has produced the fifth of ten podcasts featuring the artists and groups to be presented at the 2018 festival. This episode features the groups performing at the 14 September 1:30pm double-bill: Bernard Falaise (solo guitar) & Konk Pack (Tim Hodgkinson, Thomas Lehn & Roger Turner):

Still Many Opportunities to Volunteer at the GJF

To get involved in the 2018 event as a volunteer – a great way to meet new people and contribute to a vibrant artistic event – please visit our Volunteer Page with links to various job descriptions and other information. Thanks for considering contributing in this way to the Guelph Jazz Festival!

Festival Podcast 4 Now Available

Artistic Director Scott Thomson has produced the fourth of ten podcasts featuring the artists and groups to be presented at the 2018 festival. This episode features the groups performing at the 15 September 2pm double-bill: Satoko Fujii’s This is It! and Marielle Groven, Aaron Lumley, and Jasper Stadhouders:

Festival Podcast 3 Now Available

Artistic Director Scott Thomson has produced the third of ten podcasts featuring the artists and groups to be presented at the 2018 festival. This episode features the groups performing at the 13 September 8pm double-bill: Amirtha Kidambi’s Elder Ones & the Nick Fraser Quartet with Tony Malaby.

Festival Podcast 2 Now Available

Artistic Director Scott Thomson has produced the second of ten podcasts featuring the artists and groups to be presented at the 2018 festival. This episode features the groups performing at the 14 September 8pm double-bill: Steve Swell’s Soul Travelers and the duo of pianist Agustí Fernández and alto saxophonist Yves Charuest.