Call for Papers, around the theme of ‘ encounters’, for Documenting Jazz 2021. To be held at the Reid School of Music, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh 23 – 26 June, 2021, this year it’s in partnership with the Edinburgh International Film Festival! And Nate Chinen, former jazz critic for The New York Times is keynote speaker! So get writing folks.. ✍️ 😉
Meanwhile, in the German city of Halberstadt , there is a chord change in John Cage’s 639-year long “As Slow As Possible.”
Attention Edinburgh-based creatives. Nominations for The Creative Edinburgh Awards 2020 are open! They close at noon on Wednesday 9th September, so be sure to submit your nominations before then.
Would be so great if someone who was heavily into JAZZ applied for & succeeded in getting this job at BBC Introducing – Scotland … 😀
Free online session on “The creative and artistic potential within the current pandemic situation,” hosted by New Music Scotland this Friday 4th September, 1pm – 4pm. With an introduction by conductor Ilan Volkov and guest speakers Susanna Eastburn (Sound and Music); Eve O’Donnell (National SawDust); & Kirsteen Davidson Kelly (Scottish Chamber Orchestra). Should be interesting!
Jazz at The Blue Lamp community jazz big band album is now available on Bandcamp! All proceeds to charity, in memory of the late Sandy Brown.
All proceeds in aid of Friends of Anchor www.friendsofanchor.org cancer care at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Featuring the Blue Lamp Suite by…
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Training & Continuing Professional Development Fund for music educators who teach young people, in Scotland. Closing Date 5pm, August 28th – so be quick!
Scottish jazzers, this looks interesting: “Musicians on the Mound” & “The Green Room on the Meadows”.
From the “Musicians on the Mound” Facebook page: “It has taken some planning but we are finally ready to officially…