Jazz Station

Living center of Jazz in Brussels

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    4th edition of the ‘Bruxelles Sur Scènes’festival!

    The fourth edition of the café-theater festival will take place in November in 13 different venues, including the Jazz Station! The principle is simple: the purchase of a pass at 20€ gives you access to 1 concert/show in each partner place. A very (...)

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    Jazz history class

    The end of the season is approaching and we can already reveal the themes and dates of Jazz History classes next season! For this season 2019-2020, Jean-Pol Schroeder decided to present us 15 portraits of important jazz musicians. From some of (...)

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    The presales of the River Jazz Festival are here!

    The Brussels Winter Jazz Festival reveals the first names of its 6th edition!
    While the first concerts of the 2019-2020 season resound (Marni Jazz Festival in progress and Saint-Jazz in sight), the River JAZZ Festival announces the first names (...)



November prepares Brussels in the autumn and our season is already running at full speed.

After the euphoria of the new season, loaded with emotions, novelties and beautiful projects, we are not reducing the speed! A tasty cocktail of international concerts and local values, this month’s program jumps from one style to the next, ranging from the smallest possible formation (Vincent Bruyninckx, solo piano) to the largest of our stage can accommodate (Rêve d’Elephant Orchestra). On the Belgian side, Harvest Group’s soft jazz folk (Guillaume Vierset) will open the ball, and Giuseppe Millaci’s Vogue trio will close it.

Three projects from France, all different, punctuate our busy weeks: Theo Ceccaldi, more crazy than ever, revisits Django with his trio... in his own way; while the new albums of Thomas Grimmonprez (with, among others Manu Codjia) and ORBIT will be presented for the first time in Brussels for a weekend.
We even dare a double bill, and not just any: it’s not every day that we celebrate a double anniversary! Igloo Records and the Quebec label Effendi will be together for an evening around Toine Thys and JazzLab Orchestra.

The advantage of the month of November is that in recent years, the French Community Commission and VisitBrussels offer the festival “Bruxelles sur Scènes”, which will allow you to discover an anthology of concerts in no less than 13 cafe-theaters at very (very) little price !

And for those who miss any of these fabulous dates, it would be possible, who knows, to find them on our new platform Jazz Lines, which is just starting to point the tip of his nose!

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