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JAZZ PROMOTION NETWORK PRESENTS: LOOK OUT!
WEDNESDAY 13 JUNE – 12:00 PM
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A TWO DAY EVENT: WEDNESDAY 13 AND THURSDAY 14 JUNE 2018
Launching the conference, JPN Chair Emily Jones said:
JPN is thrilled to be bringing Look Out! to the unique setting of Turner Sims. A world class concert hall, with dedicated workshop spaces, is the perfect setting for an event designed to inspire and empower those passionate about jazz – from musicians to promoters, managers to festival directors, educators, journalists and more.
and Kevin Appleby, Concert Hall Manager of Turner Sims said:
We are delighted to be hosting the JPN 2018 Annual National Conference. Such events are essential to a healthy future for the jazz sector, providing somewhere to share best practice amongst artists, promoters and organisations, as well as enabling critical debate, new conversations and partnerships.
FREE – JPN members can book for Day 1 of the conference, Day 1 Showcase & Day 2 of the conference
£140 for non JPN members / organisational rate, both days incl. Day 1 Showcase
£100 for non JPN members / organisations, Day 1 or 2
£55 for non JPN members / individual rate, both days incl. Day 1 Showcase
£40 for non JPN members / individuals, Day 1 or 2
£45 for additional places for organisations, both days incl. Day 1 Showcase
£30 for additional places for organisations, Day 1 or 2
£30 for under 30’s, both days incl. Day 1 Showcase
£15 for under 30’s for one day, Day 1 or 2
Start/ End times:
Wednesday 13 June 12 noon – 5.45pm
Evening Showcase 7.30pm onwards
Those delegates wanting to invite guests to the Showcase will be able to purchase tickets at a discounted rate.
Thursday 14 June 9.30am – 6pm
JPN grew out of informal discussions between jazz promoters, who felt the need to increase the profile and health of the music, and developed into a proposal to set up a formal network. Our mission is to encourage, promote and support the development of opportunities for organisers, audiences, and artists in the realm of jazz and related music.
For more information about JPN and to become a member, please contact Amy Pearce, JPN Board Member: firstname.lastname@example.org
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