Jazz Services Reports
Thursday, 17 May 2012 15:49

JazzAhead! 2012

JAZZ SERVICES AT JAZZAHEAD, BREMEN, 2012 In April this year, Jazz Services’ Touring and International Manager Anne Rigg went to the annual JazzAhead! conference in Bremen, Germany.  Here she reports on her experiences and offers an introduction on the conference and its value to the UK jazz scene. = = = = = Now in its seventh year, this was the first time I attended JazzAhead! in Bremen, representing Jazz Services Ltd.  My role was to run the JSL stand, for which we were fortunate enough to have received funding of £3,000 from UKTI Niche Genre Project. The trade fair has…
Thursday, 15 March 2012 17:38

Jazz Services Touring Statistics to 2011

Since 1992 Jazz Services has been operating a National Touring Support Scheme whose aim is to use the JSL Touring Scheme to promote musicians and bands of merit not readily promoted by the commercial sector and other agencies and to maximise attendance at these events and reflect Jazz Services equal opportunities policy. The policy is mainly geared to small groups and covers the full range of jazz music, idioms and styles. The purpose of the scheme is: To broaden touring opportunities for musicians and include the full range of styles of jazz and related music. To encourage musicians and musicians'…
Thursday, 15 March 2012 15:52

Jazz Services Annual Report 2010-11

Another successful year for Jazz Services Ltd (JSL) was had in 2010/11 with staff working hard to uphold and adhere to Jazz Services' aims and objectives.
Wednesday, 07 March 2012 14:16

Will Michael Diplomas 2010/11

These Diplomas are awarded annually by Jazz Services in association with the NMC/MEC Local Authority Music Education Awards Scheme which has been running for well over thirty years. Since 2006 specific recognition been given to jazz in education: the Jazz Services’ Awards Panel looks for evidence of commitment to jazz education within LEA and music service provision for schools, community education and adult continuing education.  
The attached document is an edited copy of an environmental analysis that informed Jazz Services business planning 2008/2011. Jazz Services hopes it will add to the general pool of knowledge of jazz in the UK and that it will be of use for students undertaking business studies or courses in the music industry. The document was written in August 2008.  
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