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Jazz festivals in Greece

Paros Jazz Foundation and Festival and ACE -Arts Culture Europe are presenting the 2nd edition of the Jazz Festival to be held in the wonderful setting of the Island of Paros, Greece, from July 5 to July 12, 2012.   

This festival take place in Chania, Crete from June 26 to 29, 2012


From Baroque to Jazz is the title of the Montofoli Music Festival to be held on the 22nd and 23rd of June at 8:30 pm in celebration of the World Day of Music. Karystos will become once again the crossroad of civilizations by inaugurating a music festival of international acclaim.

1o Thessaloniki Djangofest- Gypsy Jazz festival on May 25, 2012 at Block 33 —  Antonis Priftis Quartet — Gadjo Dilo — Diminuita - Swing ‘til you Drop -   Swingtime and workshop   with Lindy Hop Greece & Jitterbugs

The 12th edition of the festival will take place from May 23 to 27, 2012 - For twelve consecutive years, the European Jazz Festival in   "Technopolis", Athens welcomes some of the most creative European musicians. Artists of the European Jazz scene and many promising young musicians will perform for the biggest jazz event of Athens. Entrance free - Technopolis — Pireos 100 Gazi — Athens

2012 marks the100th anniversary of Preveza’s   independence. By happy coincidence Preveza Jazz Festival celebrates 10 years of paving the most eloquent way the outward path of the city with the launch of the new millennium and its European perspective.

The third international jazz festival of Tinos is dedicated to ladies of jazz, with a repertoire ranging from traditional jazz standards to more contemporary and modern jazz. A superb musical journey on feminine side of jazz

One painting exhibition and seven music concerts are combined harmoniously again this year in the eight events included to the program of Megaro Gyzi Festival 2011, under the artistic direction of Yannis Papaconstantinou.

Great success for the first International Jazz Academy held in Paro from 7 to 13 July, 2011 under the artistic direction of Marc Buronfosse (bass player and teacher   in the Paris national conservatory of region ) with a great team of teachers   such as Vincent Bourgeyx,   piano - Sara Lazarus, vocals - Alexandra Grimal, saxophone - Joe Quitzke, drums   and Marc Buronfosse, contrebasse