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After providing services and programs for 25 years, the Louis Armstrong House Museum in Queens, N.Y., will hold its first annual gala on December 6. Proceeds will fund continuing operation of Satchmo’s Queens home



The Onassis Cultural Centre is Athens' new cultural space, open and accessible to everyone, hosting theatre, dance, music, visual arts events and letters.


Highly recommended to all jazz fans.


Half Note Jazz Club – An ongoing beautiful story for decades now...

14 November 2011

Richard Galliano


Richard Galliano is the most famous accordionist: a living legend of the global jazz scene. The criticism and the international audience, recognize him as the direct descendant of the great Astor Piazzolla and worthy successor to this tradition.

The Ionian University celebrates 15 years of a successful Jazz Program, unique in Greek Higher Education, with a new CD and two nights at the Thessaloniki Concert Hall (November 19-20 2011, Thessaloniki Megaron Mousikis).


The Gazarte Music Hall is one of the most important jazz scene in town.

 

“In a jazz combo, nothing is more important than the interaction among the musicians, and this is especially true with Lloyd.” The Boston Globe

07 November 2011

Chucho Valdes


A giant of Afro-Cuban jazz piano, a winner of eight Grammy awards, Chucho Valdes is revered as one of Cuba's greatest jazz pianists.

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