Laureates festival 2018


In 2017 Amersfoort hosted the first edition of the Sena Performers International Jazz Laureates Festival. The purpose of this laureates festival is to foster international careers by creating an environment for finalists from jazz and world music competitions worldwide. The festival enables international laureates to network with festival directors from around the globe. Besides performing at the festival Rabobank Amersfoort Jazz, the laureates establish global connections and start meaningful collaborations through the exchange of talents.

The Sena Performers International Jazz Laureates Festival is an initiative by Dutch music organizations JazzNL, Sena Perfomers and NTB, in alignment with Amersfoort Jazz. It relies on the commitment of international jazz & world festivals and competitions. André Le Roux, managing director of South African Music Rights Organization (SAMRO) sees this initiative as the beginning of a longlasting collaboration: "This festival creates an opportunity for our scholarship winners to make an international breakthrough and participate in important master classes".

Winner Dutch Jazz Competition

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Laureates festival 2018


In 2017 Amersfoort hosted the first edition of the Sena Performers International Jazz Laureates Festival. The purpose of this laureates festival is to foster international careers by creating an environment for finalists from jazz and world music competitions worldwide. The festival enables international laureates to network with festival directors from around the globe. Besides performing at the festival Rabobank Amersfoort Jazz, the laureates establish global connections and start meaningful collaborations through the exchange of talents.

The Sena Performers International Jazz Laureates Festival is an initiative by Dutch music organizations JazzNL, Sena Perfomers and NTB, in alignment with Amersfoort Jazz. It relies on the commitment of international jazz & world festivals and competitions. André Le Roux, managing director of South African Music Rights Organization (SAMRO) sees this initiative as the beginning of a longlasting collaboration: "This festival creates an opportunity for our scholarship winners to make an international breakthrough and participate in important master classes".

Winner Dutch Jazz Competition

  • T.b.a.

Young VIP tour:

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