Update on the 2020 Festival

Long-time GJF patrons have come to expect announcement of highlights of the festival’s programming by mid-May. Due to this year’s unique circumstances, which of course engender uncertainty in all sectors, we will be delaying our announcement until mid-June. Please check this space along with our social media feeds for an update at the beginning of …

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2020 Annual General Meeting Postponed

Our 2020 Annual General Meeting (previously scheduled for this Tuesday) has been postponed to Tuesday 21 April, 6:30pm, in the Ashlar Gallery, Boarding House Arts Building, 2nd Floor, 6 Dublin Street South, Guelph. 2019 members will be invited to renew their memberships on site, and new members are encouraged to join as well. Membership costs $30 annually. Attendees …

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Review of 2019 GJF in New York City Jazz Review

Stuart Broomer has written a great, thorough review of the 2019 Guelph Jazz Festival in the October edition of the New York City Jazz Review. Click here and scroll down to page 13 to see it.

Next year’s Guelph Jazz Festival: 16-20 September, 2020

Thank you to the artists, audience members, volunteers, members of the media, and staff that contributed to an exceptional 2019 Guelph Jazz Festival. Photographic evidence to come! In the meanwhile, please mark your calendars for next year’s festival, 16-20 September, 2020. Happy autumn to all.

The Program for the Friday Night Street Music Party Confirmed!

At long last we have been able to confirm the programming for the Friday Night Street Music Party, the second annual edition of this exciting program following its wildly successful debut in 2018. The 13 September Street Music Party features all-acoustic ‘human-powered’ dance music in and among the audience in the Market Square enclosure, and …

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Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium Emerging Scholars Program

Inspired by an initiative developed at the ArtsEverywhere Festival, and in partnership with the University of Guelph, the Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium invites students and community members to join the Colloquium’s Emerging Scholars Program. In its second year, it offers scholars (from all levels of study) an opportunity to engage with colloquium participants. Selected scholars …

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