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DC Jazz Festival Announces “We Get to Talk” Podcast Series

April 14, 2021

DC Jazz Festival announces a new podcast series titled “We Get to Talk.” DCJF executive director Sunny Sumter will be engaging jazz artists in conversations that revolve around relevant topics, people and places. The podcast series launched April 14, and will be released on a bi-weekly basis.

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DC Jazz Festival Livestream to Feature the EJB Quartet on 4/20

April 9, 2021

BALTIMORE, MD – DC Jazz Festival announced plans for The EJB Quartet to perform at An die Musik Live! on April 20 at 7pm. More details from DC Jazz Festival (www.dcjazzfest.org): Join DC Jazz Festival as we take in a live-streamed performance from reigning DCJazzPrix Champions The EJB Quartet at An die Musik Live! on […]

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DC Jazz Festival Announces International Jazz Day 2021 Program

March 30, 2021

Saxophonist Kenny Garrett and vocalist/pianist Aaron Myers set to perform WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tuesday, March 30, 2021 – The DC Jazz Festival® (DCJF) announced its official International Jazz Day 2021 program which features two prolific artists: saxophonist Kenny Garrett and vocalist/pianist Aaron Myers. The festivities, which occur annually on April 30th, will include Meet-the-Artist interviews with Garrett and Myers conducted […]

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Livestream Featuring Amy K. Bormet Set for March 22, 7pm ET

March 18, 2021

DC Jazz Festival and An die Musik Live! are proud to co-present the multi-talented Amy K. Bormet, who will be performing during a livestream broadcast on Monday, March 22nd at 7 PM ET. Amy K Bormet is a pianist, vocalist, and composer, known for her fearless free-wheeling style and dedication to creating new music. To […]

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2021 DCJazzPrix Applications Open Through April 27

DC Jazz Festival’s international band competition is actively accepting applications. Young and emerging jazz ensembles from around the world are encouraged to apply. The entry fee is $25 per band and the application deadline is April 27, 2021.

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DC Jazz Festival’s “OutLoud!” Event Set for March 11; Human Rights Campaign Foundation Joins as Collaborative Partner

March 2, 2021

DC Jazz Festival and the Embassies of Finland and Sweden in Washington, D.C. are hosting a panel on LGBTQI+ experiences in the music industry. They also noted that the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRCF) has been added as a collaborative partner.

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DC Jazz Festival Launches 2020 ‘Year End Giving Campaign’

December 2, 2020

The DC Jazz Festival has announced the launch of their annual Year End Giving Campaign, which fans and supporters of music and music education can donate to for the holidays.

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Full Performance Schedule Announced For 16th Annual DC JazzFest

September 22, 2020

This year’s festival will be streamed live from our nation’s capital from September 24 through 28 as the world-class jazz programming comes to the global stage for the very first time.

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DC Jazz Festival Announces Full Lineup For 16th Annual DC JazzFest

August 24, 2020

This year’s festival will be streamed live from the nation’s capital from September 24 through 28 as the festival takes its world-class jazz programming to the global stage for the very first time.

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DC Jazz Festival Announces 2020 DCJazzPrix Finalists

August 10, 2020

The DC Jazz Festival has announced the five bands selected by their panel of expert judges as the 2020 DCJazzPrix Finalists, all of whom will perform virtually on Sunday, September 27 at the DCJazzPrix Finals at Union Stage, 740 Water Street SW, as part of The 16th Annual JazzFest.

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