Entertainment journalist invited to Germany to get clued up on Jazz culture
18 October 2019 | Art and Entertainment
The information visit takes place from 21 to 27 October in Berlin, Darmstadt and Frankfurt and is part of the Visitors Programme of the Federal Republic of Germany. The Chargé d'Affaires of the German embassy, Ellen Gölz, handed over the letter of invitation on Friday, 8 October.
The tour will give insight into the German Jazz scene with an overview of the conditions for support, copyright and music education.
Together with other journalists from different countries, Kayunde will meet artists and key players in the field of Jazz in Berlin (e.g. Berlin office of the ACT jazz label, jazz clubs such as A-Trane, B-flat and Quasimodo) as well as representatives of the XJAZZ Festival and Jazzfest Berlin, and the German jazz associations (e.g. Union DeutscherJazzmusiker, Bundeskonferenz Jazz and Jazz & World Partners).
A visit to the Jazzinstitut Darmstadt, which has the biggest public jazz archive in Europe, is also on the busy programme. Various network meetings will also take place as well as a visit to the 50th German Jazz Festival in Frankfurt and to the Hessischer Rundfunk broadcasting company.
GERMAN EMBASSY WINDHOEK