Jazz Summit 2012

10-11. mai

 

Trondheim Jazz Festival invites you to take a critical look at the state of jazz, jazz education, and where the road goes from here. Get a glimpse of the new generation of norwegian jazz, and find out what they "give them for lunch in Trondheim".

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Thursday 10. May: critical view on the state of jazz

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Artistic feature: Moskus (NO) View › Welcome: Sverre Lunde  (Norwegian Ministery of Foreign Affairs) Welcome: Knut Fagerbakke (NO, Chairman of the Board/Deputy Mayor of Trondheim Municipality) Introduction to the Jazz Summit: Prof. Bjørn Alterhaug (NO) View › Franscesco Martinelli (IT): On Curating the Siena Jazz Archive View › Bugge Wesseltoft (NO): Jazz today, the record business and new technology. View › Stuart Nicholson (GB): Runic Reading or What Approximately 5,250 Concerts Can Tell You About Jazz Today View › Questions, answers and discussion: with Franscesco Martinelli, Bugge Wesseltoft, Stuart Nicholson – led by Fiona Talkington (GB) View Part 1 › / View part 2 ›

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Thursday 10. May: CRITICAL VIEW ON JAZZ EDUCATION

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Artistic feature: Mattis Kleppen (NO) View › Iain Ballamy (GB): I don't know what they give them for lunch in  Trondheim, but it seems to do the trick... Erling Aksdal (NO): What are the challenges in jazz education and how do we meet them in our institution? View › Django Bates (GB): How dare you PLAY in a classroom? View ›

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Friday 11 May: Q&A-DANCING WITH DEATH

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Artistic feature: Pelbo (NO) View › Career Management: from 30 to 3 000 spectators in one year – Kristoffer Lo/ ine hoem/ Trond Bersu (no): Taking jazz to new audiences. Stories from up-and-coming artist Pelbo View › Stuart Nicholson: What’s in a Title: The Missing Heretofores and Wherefores of Is Jazz Dead or How to Review a Book without Reading it View › Peter John martin:Jazz in the 21st Century: Not Dead Again? View › Artistic Feature:Sommerfuglfisk (NO)View ›

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Friday 11 May: WHERE THE ROAD GOES

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John Kelman (ca): Jazz and Improvised Music: The Road From Here View › Petter Wettre (no): Jazz and new media View › Panel Debate with all participants View ›

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