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Stream: The International Jazz Day Event 2012 ft. Herbie Hancock, Marcus Miller, Dee Dee Bridgewter, Hugh Masekela
Stream: The International Jazz Day Event 2012 ft. Herbie Hancock, Marcus Miller, Dee Dee Bridgewter, Hugh Masekela

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If you love Jazz you won't want to miss this special event. The International Jazz Day Event led by the goodwill ambassador Herbie Hancock at UNESCO France will celebrate jazz in all its forms, with concerts, master classes, lectures and exhibits. Enjoy a live video stream of the festival here at cratesofjr which begins at 14:00 Paris France time and 1PM Eastern Standard USA time. A re-stream will also be available once the event is finished, courtesy of website TSF Jazz.

Here is the full schedule of events and participating speakers/performers in Paris France time (Paris is currently 6 hours ahead of Washington DC):

Opening of the first International Jazz Day

10.00 – 10.30, Miró Halls
By Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, and Herbie Hancock, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador

Events all day long

Live coverage by French Paris TSF JAZZ radio

Photo exhibitions by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Philippe
Lévy-Stab (Miró Halls)

Duke Ellington photo exhibition by the Maison du Duke in partnership with the Académie du jazz, France (Foyer)

Screening of photo montage by Blue Note Records (Foyer)

Montreux Jazz Lounge

Hosted by the Montreux Jazz Festival, with screening of legendary performances (Pas Perdus Room)


10.15 – 14.00, Miró Halls

10.15 Tigran

11.00 Swan Berger

11.30 Riccardo Del Fra

12.00 Raphael Gualazzi

12.30 Hamid El Kasri

13.30 Paris Conservatory Sextet

14.00 – 17.00, Miró Halls

14.00 Berklee Global Jazz Institute

14.30 Ilham Al Madfai

15.00 Giovanni Mirabassi

16.00 Paul Lay and Helene Arntzen

16.30 Dominique Fillon

Master Classes: morning

Room I

10.30 Herbie Hancock

11.00 Dee Dee Bridgewater

Room IV - LIMITED ACCESS (150 seats)

10.15 Ibrahim Maalouf

11.00 Hugh Masekela

12.00 Barbara Hendricks

Japanese Garden

11.15 Nicole Slack Jones "I Sing" for Babies

"Google Jazz Experiment"

12.00, Room II

Software programmers share their latest music inventions for recording, composition and visualization
Master classes: afternoon

Room II

14.30 Klaus Doldinger

16.30 Nicole Slack Jones "I Sing"

Room IV - LIMITED ACCESS (150 seats)

14.00 Marcus Miller

16.30 Biréli Lagrène and Lionel Loueke

Jazz and Dance Demonstration

14.30, Foyer

By Fabien Ruiz, choreographer of the film "The Artist"

Hosted by the Académie du jazz (France)

10.30 – 12.30, Room II

“Jazz and Cinema: Great Stories of an Old Couple”

Hosted by the Académie du Jazz, featuring:

Bertrand Tavernier, Film Director

Vladimir Cosma, Soundtrack Composer

François Lacharme, President of the Académie du Jazz, Paris

Julien Delli Fiori, Director of FIP radio station

Thierry Jousse, Radio Producer, Director and Film Critic

John Edward Hasse, Curator of American Music, Smithsonian Institution

14.30-15.30 Room X

“Jazz as a Voice of Liberty – its Role in the Struggle for Democracy” Hosted by the
Permanent Delegation of Germany to UNESCO, featuring:

Martina Nibbeling-Wrießnig, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Germany to UNESCO - Moderator

John Edward Hasse, Curator of American Music at

the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum

of American History

Daniel Konrad, Jazz Expert (Czech Republic)

Rainer E. Lotz, Jazz Expert (Germany)

Nicolas Pflug, President Blue Note Records

Tomasz Tluczkiewicz, Jazz Expert (Poland)

15.30, Room IV - LIMITED ACCESS (150 seats)

“Global Jazz and Peace”, by Danilo Perez and Wayne Shorter

Live from New York City

Organized by the Berklee Global Jazz Institute

13.00, Room II

“ Round Midnight” by Bertrand Tavernier

13.00, Room IV - LIMITED ACCESS (150 seats)

Film and Jazz Performance

"Latif", silent film, with the Salman Gambarov & Bakustic Jazz
15.30, Room II

Projection of the 1976 concert of Nina Simone in Montreux

Presentation by Claude Nobs

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