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Jazz Camp for Girls takes place in Turku in the last week of July

The admission-free Jazz Camp for Girls offers exciting and fun musical moments during the summer vacation for girls aged 10–15. During the four-day camp, you get to create and form your own band, compose your own music and play together in the final concert. All girls who are enthusiastic about playing instruments can join, regardless of level of playing.

Heimojazz is back!

Band exchange project Heimojazz (”Tribal Jazz”) by Finnish Jazz Federation and Estonian Jazz Union continues in May, after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic and its after-effects. As part of the exchange, Jazz Federation’s tour band Joonas Tuuri Quartet plays in Tallinn on the 20th of May, and the Estonian ensemble LUUM performs on Juttutupa’s Rytmihäiriö Club on Wednesday, May 31st.

Flame Jazz Summer Live starts May 17

Flame Jazz's summer concert series starts again on Wednesday, May 17 on the Cathedral Park Terrace. The program consists of current names of the domestic jazz scene and skillful ensembles. During the summer season, you can enjoy free concerts on Wednesdays in a pleasant park atmosphere on the banks of the Aura River.

Turku Sea Jazz's program includes domestic and international stars and culinary experiences

Turku Sea Jazz, which will be organized for the third time, will start at Cathedral Park Terrace on Wednesday 26 July 2023. Thursday will be spent on Seili island. The weekend concerts take place on 28–29 July in front of Forum Marinum Maritime Center on the bank of Aura river, where the audience gets to enjoy the hottest rhythms of the domestic and Nordic jazz scene, maritime atmosphere and delicious food experiences served by Turku Food & Wine.