Who participated?

Over 80 top level jazz students, teachers and heads of jazz departments of the best jazz schools from all over the world were participating.


What happened?

Performances, workshops, jam sessions, masterclasses, lectures, networking. Professional recordings of student concerts.


What did it bring?

Live-changing experiences for students, new international contacts for teachers, latest insights in jazz, jazz education and jazz research


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The 29th IASJ Jazz Meeting, Zagreb, Croatia

The 2019 IASJ Jazz Meeting brought together over 100 students, teachers and heads of jazz departments from all over the world. Six student combos rehearsed and were coached by top level teachers. The combos performed at the end of the week in the Lisinki Music Hall. Teachers performed in a special concert, conducted combos, led master classes and participated in discussions. Jam session took place in The Comtessa, an excellent jazz club in the center of Zagreb.

Networking is an important aspect of IASJ Jazz Meetings. Students have build up a life-long international networks. For students the meeting was a life-changing experience. Teachers expanded their international network and formed groups that perform throughout the year. Heads of departments shared their insights and knowledge and developed new visions on jazz education.