Read the 2023 HERE TO STAY Conference and Showcases Report
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Read the 2023 HERE TO STAY Conference and Showcases Report Over 3 days in November members of the Jazz Promotion Network gathered in Birmingham for the 2023 JPN Conference & Showcases. We have now published an 18 page report ‘HERE TO STAY’ documenting The 2023 JPN Conference and Showcases. You can either read the report online or download a PDF copy. The report has clickable links to all the websites for all the showcase artists. Read the 2023 Conference & Showcases Report Online Download a copy of the 2023 Conference & Showcases Report  PDF (4.4MB) The post Read the 2023 ..read more
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Here to Stay conference report published by Jazzwise
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4M ago
Our friends at Jazzwise have published Nod Knowles’ report of the 2023 conferenceon their website. “Kinch’s forthright address to the 150-plus conference delegates (a record attendance for a JPN event) focussed on the need for uncompromising truth, in the telling of the history of jazz and the history of slavery, racism and denial within jazz – in the USA and, by more than just implication, in the home nations of the JPN. Truth was essential, too, in the handling of the music amongst the complications and conflicts in today’s social and political milieu”. jazzwise.com/news/article/here-to-stay ..read more
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Meet the new JPN board members
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6M ago
At the annual JPN AGM on the 19th of November, we elected seven trustees to join the board. The latest additions to the JPN team will join Orphy Robinson, Roger Wilson (Black Lives In Music), Penny King (Royal Welsh College of Music and Dance) and Barney Stevenson (Marsden Jazz Festival) on the board. The new trustees are JPN co-founder Nod Knowles, former Head of Programming at Edinburgh International Jazz Festival Agnese Daverio, The Jazz Centre UK’s Mark Kass, Programme Manager at Jazz North Heather Spencer, marketing specialist and radio host Peter Slavid and musician, promoter and educat ..read more
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Tickets now on sale for the 2022 JPN Conference: Where Pathways Meet
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1y ago
We are delighted to announced that registration is now open for the 2022 Jazz Promotion Network conference, ‘Where Pathways Meet’. Taking place at The MAC, in Belfast’s vibrant Cathedral Quarter on Wednesday 3 & Thursday 4 November, the conference will bring the UK and Irish jazz sector together to focus on the most important issues and topics in jazz right now. Inspired by the Sun Ra composition of the same name, ‘Where Pathways Meet’ will have a firm focus on the future of jazz in these islands and beyond.     Programm ..read more
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Round-up of the 2021 JPN Conference: A New Perspective
Jazz Promotion Network Blog
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1y ago
Holding a Mirror Up To Jazz: Panel discussion chaired by Paulette Long OBE On the 19th and 20th November, The Jazz Promotion Network (JPN), the only UK and Ireland-wide network of jazz industry professionals hosted its annual conference. The first day of the 2021 JPN Conference was hosted online and brought together promoters, venues, educators and musicians from across the UK and Ireland. Europe Jazz Network’s president Wim Wabbes started things off with an informative keynote on how the jazz sector can make its work more sustainable. He explained how he used collective people power to turn ..read more
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An Ocean of Infinite Possibilities: the JPN Conference 2022
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1y ago
Over 100 delegates gathered in Belfast this month for Where Pathways Meet: the Jazz Promotion Network conference 2022. Held at The MAC in the city’s vibrant Cathedral Quarter, the conference brought together artists, promoters, educators, funders and administrators from across the British and Irish jazz sector to discuss the future of jazz on these islands. Belfast’s first music laureate Brian Irvine presented an inspiring keynote on the theme of ‘Jazz as a Beacon of Hope.’ Delegates also enjoyed live music throughout the conference, with partners Moving On Music (Belfast) and Improvised Music ..read more
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Ian Patterson’s JPN Conference 2022 Overview
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1y ago
Ian Patterson addresses the JPN Conference in Belfast: photo Nigel Slee Writer and journalist Ian Patterson surveys Where Pathways Meet: the JPN Conference 2022 Belfast’s The MAC was host to Jazz Promotion Network’s (JPN) annual conference on the 3rd and 4th of November.  The JPN is the only network dedicated to supporting and promoting jazz across the UK and Ireland. Its growth in membership over the past decade is testament to the need for such an umbrella organisation with the potential to leverage funding, to realize collaborative projects and to effect change.  Present ..read more
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JPN Conference Programme Announced in Full
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1y ago
We’re very excited to share with you the complete schedule for Where Pathways Meet: the 2022 JPN Conference! Taking place at The MAC, in Belfast’s vibrant Cathedral Quarter on Wednesday 3 & Thursday 4 November, the conference will bring the UK and Irish jazz sector together to focus on the most important issues and topics in jazz right now. Programmed in partnership with Moving On Music in Belfast and the Improvised Music Company in Dublin, ‘Where Pathways Meet’ will have a firm focus on the future of jazz in these islands and beyond. Topics for discussion include ..read more
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