Riga Jazz Stage 2022

07 Apr 2022 - 09 Apr 2022

Rīga, Latvia

Last updated: 08 Mar 2022
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The International jazz artist contest Riga Jazz Stage will take place from April 7 to 9 at the Splendid Palace in Riga.

Riga Jazz Stage 2022 will take place for the 13th time and will gather not only the rising jazz talents from different countries, but a prominent international jury as well, making Riga Jazz Stage a jazz celebration marked on the world map of this genre.

Artist in Residence the winner of Thelonious Monk competition and Grammy Award nominee – composer, singer and drummer Jamison Ross from the United States, who will take part in the jury, lead a workshop and perform on April 9th.

A Contest concert with 26 young talents will take place on April 7.
A total of 13 countries' jazz schools will be represented at Riga Jazz Stage, as artists from Estonia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Poland, Slovakia, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Italy, United Kingdom, Turkey, United States and Latvian jazz artists will participate as well.

On April 8, Contest Final of the competition will take place, where the 12 best candidates selected by the jury will perform to the audience. Featuring Riga Jazz Quartet

On April 9, at Splendid Palace
11am Special workshop leading by Jamison Ross
7pm Gala concert with Jamison Ross (USA).

Every night at Radisson Blu Latvija "Riga Jazz Lounge" jamsession with AG Trio.

The Riga Jazz Stage jury team includes Jamison Ross (USA), Toivo Unt (Estonia), Jonas Jučas (Lithuania), Giuseppe Mormile (Italy), Paul Pace (United Kingdom), Önder Focan (Turkey), Catherine Mayer (Germany), Georgina Javor (USA), Māris Briežkalns (Latvia), Raimonds Pauls (Latvia), Luigi Sidero (Italy).


Tickets on aula.lv

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Practical info

Pricerange per day
10 to 25 euro
Music
Jazz
Accommodation
Partner hotel
Food
Snack bar
Main target group
25 - 50 y/o
Directions & transport
Train/tram/bus , Airport (max 20km)
Surroundings
City center
Average attendence per day
500 to 2000 attendees
Art disciplines
Music
Support for disabled people
Yes