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Aja -Manchester Jazz Festval 2002
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The 2004 festival is currently being planned for July 24th – August 1st, and we expect to have full programme details on this site for you by about May.
We hope to bring you our usual mix of the exciting, the and the extraordinary as part of this year’s programme…the semi-permanent stage in St Ann’s Square will be back, as will the final day celebrations in Albert Square, which last year drew a record-breaking 3,000 people! In between, our ever-popular informal lunchtime gigs in the Bridgwater Hall foyer will break up your long summer days, and intimate evening concerts at the Green Room will bring you a bustling selection of and infrequently-heard visiting players to Manchester.
To receive a brochure hotline: 0161 950 5900.
The mjf Education Programme was launched in 2000 with the ambitious JazzY2k project, which involved five schools, ten musicians, twenty workshops, and a four-hour finale concert!
For information about any other jazz activity in Greater Manchester throughout the rest of the year, please visit www.getintojazz.com
Manchester Jazz Festival is a Company Limited by Guarantee, Registered in England, No. 4670534
Tel: 0161 228 0662, fax 0161 228 0663
Out of Manchester Steel Tempo has been established for over 25 years, performing nationally and internationally at private and public events of all descriptions, including: weddings, festivals, carnivals and parties, displaying vibrant Caribbean music and many other different styles such as latin, jazz and reggae. Seen here performing at the Festival Zone Barbados Crop Over 2003.
Information compliments of the
Manchester Jazz Festival
Music of the Islands
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