Bandstand Learning with Role Models .
Jazzaar’s youth development and cultural exchange project was developed in Aarau, Switzerland in 1992 by Fritz K Renold & Helen Savari.
The concept is such that professional musicians of high caliber in the international music scene are put together with selected young emerging artists between the ages of 16 and 26 years old to study and prepare a musical work, originals and ‘standards’ that are specifically arranged and orchestrated for this orchestra for a final performance often as premiers before a large audience.
Besides equipping young musicians for a professional career, this programme also provides a reality check for talents not destined for the road to re-direct their focus early in life on careers other than music performance for better job satisfaction in future, while maintaining the love of music as a hobby.
Lineup 2019 .
Project Details .
Bandstand Learning With Role Models
Musical Objectives .
Musical & Educational objectives:.
➤ Abraham w/ the JGE – Playing with professionals to observe how they prepare and interpret original music (for a premiering performance)
➤ Ron Carter & the JBB – Performing with legends in presenting a tight and professional act.
Jazzaar Week Schedule .
Daily Workshops .
Jazzaar Workshops are open to public and participants.
Learn from international jazz stars in a workshop setting.
Workshops – Schedule
Monday, 8. 4. 2019
➤ 18:00 h ‘Jazz Improvisation’ by Jason Jackson
Tuesday, 9. 4. 2019
➤ 09:00 h ‘Best Practices of Practicing’ by Antonio Hart
➤ 18:00 h ‘Ask Ron!’ Q&A session with Ron Carter
Wednesday, 10. 4. 2019
➤ 09:00 h ‘How on earth does a classical musician improvise in Jazz’ by Christian Jacob
Thursday, 11. 4. 2019
➤ 09:00 h ‘Middle Eastern Approach to Improvisation’ by Mehmet Sanlikol
CHF 15.- /person per workshop
CHF 10.- /person per workshop
Participants, Association members, patrons and sponsors:
Free of charge