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JM Jazz World is looking for talented musicians

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Application deadline April 11, 2014  - JM Jazz World,  the leading  international  youth jazz orchestra ,  is looking for talented musicians  between the ages of 18- 26 for  its  2014  programme.  The  orchestra  is  looking  for  saxophonists, trombonists,  trumpeters,  hornists,  tubists,  guitarists,  b assists,  drummers, pianists and vocalists. 
Under the leadership of renowned jazz musician, Erlend Skomsvoll, 16 young musicians  will  spend  a  week  together  in  the  ideal  settings  of  baroque  churches and the L å gen River to rehearse, jam and revel in this international jazz  exchange.  The  week  will culminate with a grand performance at the Kongsberg International Jazz F estival , 27 July -   4 August .  
The  JM  Jazz  World Orchestra  continues  to  provide  young jazz musicians with  invaluable career  opportunities to gain  international  experience ,  working to  high  professional  standards  in  major  concert  halls,  theatres  and  festivals and with outstanding jazz musicians and conductors .   
For more information,  music and applications  visit: 

Matt Clark
Head of Programs & Marketing at JMI 
+32(0) 2 513 97 74 |  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it    
About JM Jazz World
J M Jazz World  is brought to you by Jeunesses Musicale s  I nternational (JMI) the world ’ s most renowned youth- music organisation.  The JM Jazz World program was established  in  2007  to cater for the promotion of international summer jazz camps ,  international projects, jazz ensemble  exchanges   and  The JM Jazz World Orchestra.   P ast  conductors of  the  orchestra  include  Sigi  Feigl (AT) and Frank Vaganee (BE) .  The  JM  Jazz  World Orchestra 2014 is organized in partnership with JM Norway (Musikk  og Ungdom Norge). 

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