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This remarkable concert sees the UK’s acclaimed National Youth Jazz Orchestra join forces with its German and Dutch counterparts (Germany’s BuJazzO and NJJO from the Netherlands – aka the “Young Oraje” of jazz) for an evening of exceptional music making from the leading lights of Europe’s next generation of jazz musicians.
Following a hugely successful collaboration between NYJO and BuJazzO in 2014, the two bands resolved to work together again, this time with the Netherland’s Nationaal Jeugd Jazz Orkest – NJJO.
All three ensembles have a maximum age of 25 and comprise the best young jazz musicians from their respective countries.
The concert will feature members of all three bands in a range of combinations led by their three Music Directors.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Europe’s finest emerging jazz talent in action.
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Book tickets for two or more concerts and save money.
- Book 2 concerts & save £2 off each ticket (save £4)
- Book 3 concerts & save £3 off each ticket (save £9)
- Book 4 or more concerts & save £4 off each ticket (save a minimum of £16)
Contact Ticket Office on 0191 443 4661 for more details and to book (this offer is not available online).
Students standby tickets may become available on the day subject to availability (one per person). Valid NUS card required.
Gateshead International Jazz Festival is back for 2017 with the best of jazz from across the globe. Friday 31 March to Sunday 2 April 2017! Save with the Jazz Multibuy… Buy tickets for two or more concerts and save money. Book two concerts and save Â£2 per ticket Book three...