Upcoming Shows

This year is going to be a Jazz music bonanza as some of the most famous Jazz artists are gracing the stage at different venues. Why don’t you take a look at the upcoming Jazz shows and pick the ones that you would like to attend! Perpetuum Jazzile:
Performing jazz music, Perpetuum Jazzile, aSlovenian choir will be soon performing in some live concerts. The group came into existence in 1983. Famous singers included in the choir include 6Pack Cukur, Jan Plestenjak and Oto Pestner and others. The choir makes use of a wide range of jazz styles, performing dense and complex harmonies that are always cherished by Jazz lovers.

Toronto Jazz Festival:
Toronto Jazz Festival is one of the premiere jazz festivals in North America, which is held every year. It was first started in 1987 and since then, it has been attracting thousands of Jazz fans annually. The fest presents over 350 performances with more than 1,500 musicians playing at roughly forty locations all over Toronto

Jazz Crusaders:
In the 1970s, “The Jazz Crusaders”emerged as a jazz group primarily known for its amalgamated of pop, soul and jazz sound. Since 1961, it has released over forty albums that were critically acclaimed and became commercial successes as well. If you want to enjoy some pure and fusion jazz, then The Jazz Crusaders are a safe bet. 

Columbus Jazz Orchestra:
Columbus Jazz Orchestra is one of the premier Jazz music orchestras in the world. Featuring a Tony Award-winning vocalist Debbie Gravitte, its next production Columbus Jazz Orchestra: Big Band on Broadway is taking place soon in Columbus, OH. Debbie Gravitte sang her debut song in 1979 and later appeared in plenty of classics like Les Misérablesand Chicago. Come and experience this remarkable show, where the big band will put a jazzy twist on your favorite Broadway tunes. 

Jazz In The Gardens:
The eight annual Jazz in the Gardens music festival is about to begin in Miami Gardens! These concerts will feature a good collection of artists who will be performing an extensive range of styles including blusion, salsa, Afrofunk and xylophone. According to the Festival’s website, this year’s lineup will include the likes of Charlie Wilson, Earth Wind & Fire, Rachelle Ferrell, Neyo, and New EditionNajee, Mary Mary, and Monica will also perform at the event along with some other Jazz artists.