A programme by Performing Arts Fund NL to promote Dutch music, theatre and dance abroad.
27 Jun. → 28 Jun. '19Rotterdam, the Netherlands

inJazz 2019 professionals' programme

Felix Back of Son Swagga, performing this year at inJazz. Photo: Robbie van Zoggel
In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, conference and festival inJazz organises an international professionals' programme to introduce (new) Dutch work, musicians and bands to international presenters. The professionals' programme takes place on 27 & 28 June 2019 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
This year's international professionals' programme has a special focus on presenters from France. Want to know which international organisations will be attending? Check out the PDF at the bottom of this page.

Festival: 27 & 28 June
Music lovers will be thrilled by the scintillating series of showcases. Promising Dutch jazz acts and seasoned groups, selected by a professional committee, will hit the stage on Thursday and Friday night. They hope to gain new fans and to level up their career.
The next generation of jazz is attending under the moniker 'Next Generation Jazz', rounding up the most talented master students of seven Dutch conservatories.

Conference: 28 June
inJazz, a catalyst for new developments, is bringing together the supply and demand sides of the Dutch jazz scene, so knowledge and experience can be shared and international relationships formed. The programme includes inspirational panels, workshops and presentations. inJazz encourages networking via its matchmaking programme.

For the full festival and conference programme, visit the inJazz website.

About inJazz
inJazz is one of the most important network and showcase events in the Netherlands when it comes to jazz. Informative meetings and panel discussions will tackle new developments, challenges and opportunities. More and more international delegates are finding their way to inJazz and appreciate its broad approach.

inJazz organises an international professionals' programme in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts. The professionals' programme is made possible by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.