Esmerine Video Highlights of Improvise Here! Profiles in Practice – #GJFC2016

Just in time to get you excited for this year’s edition of the Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium: Partnering for Change: Learning Outwards from Jazz and Improvisation, we have a highlight reel of  interviews with presenters, performances, panels and workshops from last year’s colloquium: Improvise Here! Profiles in Practice!, that includes: Rashida K Braggs (Africana Studies, Williams College), Navid Navab (Concordia University), Pam Patel (MT Space, Kitchener), Joe Sorbara (Play Who You Are), in2improv: Sandra Paola López R. (Dance, University of Texas at El Paso) and Chris Reyman (Music, University of Texas at El Paso), Jesse Stewart (Studies in Art and Culture, Carleton University), Myra Melford (Department of Music, University of California, Berkeley), Charity Marsh (Faculty of Media, Art and Performance, University of Regina), Marcel Swiboda (Culture and Media Studies, University of Leeds, UK), David Virelles, Kid Koala (Quebec), YEAH YOU: William Edmondes (International Centre for Music Studies, Newcastle University, UK) and Freya Edmondes (Akademie der bildenden Künste, Vienna, Austria), Francis (Cisco) Bradley (Pratt Institute), Randy Fertel (Fertel Foundation), Marianne Trudel and Ingrid Jensen (Montreal/New York), Josslyn Luckett (Africana Studies, University of Pennsylvania), Esmerine (Quebec), Ajay Heble (Director of the IICSI) and the Guelph Youth Jazz Ensemble.

Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium 2016 – Highlights
by João França.
Videography João França and Vedran Grahovac.
Production Coordination Justine Richardson.

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