The Hague International Jazz Days brings live jazz to Bijenkorf The Hague!

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Sunday the 24th of April music lovers can enjoy live jazz at the Bijenkorf in The Hague. Izaline Calister and Rachel Gould will warm up the costumers with mini-concerts.

The first 100 customers can buy The Hague International Jazz Days VIP arrangements for a special price and/or win tickets for the festival. The VIP offer includes tickets for Ed Motta’s concert at De Nieuwe Kerk + bubbles + best seats + signed album.

Performances Rachel Gould and Izaline Calister
The mini-concerts will be held Sunday 24th of April at the ground floor of the Bijenkorf. The program is as following:
12.45 PM – 1.00: PM Rachel Gould
1.30 PM – 2.00 PM: Izaline Calister
2.40 PM – 3.00 PM: Rachel Gould

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On April 30th and May 1st 2016 the first edition of The Hague International Jazz Days will vibrate in the city’s center. This sparkling new festival links with the global celebration of the UNESCO-organized International Jazz Day. Jazz is known to be the musical genre that brings different cultures together and nurtures dialogue.

The festival opens in Korzo with a unique reunion of the first complete Big Band from the Arab world: The Syrian Big Band. Together with Codarts Big Band they will warm up the audience with jazzy and worldly sounds promoting peace and togetherness. After this, the Brazilian superstar Ed Motta will step foot on stage of the Nieuwe Kerk
where he will present his latest album Perpetual Gateways. A smoking album full of soul, funk, jazz, rock and Brazilian influences.

Edison-winner Izaline Calister marks the closing of the first day of The Hague International Jazz Days at Paard van Troje with her contagious fusion of traditional music from Curaçao and Jazz with Afro-Caribbean influences. Besides, she will present her upcoming album Rayo di Lus. On Sunday, the Jazzschool Big Band will give a dazzling performance in the Regentenkamer.

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Last modified: July 15, 2018