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Baltic Jazz is a family friendly festival taking place in the historical iron works village of Dalsbruk. The festival offers a perfect blend of classical jazz, swing music and other types of jazz, bringing in both internationally renowned artists and local musicians.
Korpo Sea Jazz is a bold, modern and at times experimental jazz festival and hosts current, high profile Finnish performers. This intimate island festival invites you to leave the city behind and experience the true beauty of the archipelago.
Turku Sea Jazz is an urban city festival, an invitation to enjoy internationally renowned jazz artists, high profile Finnish ensembles and curated culinary experiences by the Aura River. It is young and hip and reaches toward the archipelago. It is in Turku and reaches for the world.
The Baltic Jazz park stage will be opened this year by DDT Jazzband with their 65th anniversary concert. At the anniversary concert, their guest of honor will be Johanna Försti, one of Finland’s most loved singers. A huge amount of experience, skill and emotion on stage on Friday July 7th at 7 p.m. Johanna Försti, […]Read more
Aland Sea Jazz
The Åland Sea Jazz 2023 program has been finalized! In Mariehamn, top-class Nordic jazz will be enjoyed on the 4–5 August. In addition to the luminous Viktoria Tolstoy (SE) and the skillful Kaisa’s Machine, the soulful Lina Nyberg Band (SE) and Antti Lötjönen Quintet East, moving on rhythmic waters, will perform in the cultural center […]Read more
Turku Sea Jazz
Just like last year, a two-stage jazz oasis will be built at Forum Marinum Maritime Center on the last weekend of July. Between the performances on the main stage, the terrace stage is taken over on Friday night by jazz visionary Teppo Mäkynen’s interesting duo, and Saturday’s musical soup is mixed under the leadership of […]Read more
Korpo Sea Jazz
When cassette tapes replaced vinyls it was a common belief that vinyls would be forever forgotten. Then cassettes changed into CDs, but now we can see vinyls making a comeback. A French man, Édouard Léon Scott de Martinville, recorded folk music with a phonoautograph already in 1860. Record player’s originated from 1889 and clay discs, […]Read more
Archipelago Sea Jazz
In April, top jazz can be experienced in a maritime milieu, when the fascinating Mika Kallio Gong Odyssey performs at Korpoström Archipelago Center and Utö Island Church. Percussionist Mika Kallio’s fourth solo album, Gong Odyssey, was released in June 2022 and received an enthusiastic reception. The album, which is one of the record cases of […]Read more