Concerts (further informations coming soon...)


Experience international jazz stars !

The 20th International Jazz Workshop will take place from August 11th, 2024 to August 18th, 2024. For the anniversary, a day is being added - it starts with the big band meeting, and on August 18th the event ends with an open stage open air combined with concerts by formations of former participants in the hall. The workshop runs during the week - as usual with evening concerts by the lecturers and a final concert by the workshop participants. An intensive week consisting of workshops, concerts and jam sessions led by some of the best teachers and performers worldwide.


This year there is a new addition to our lecturers - Carlo Nardozza (trumpet). There will also be a reunion with Randolph Matthews (vocals, beatboxing) and John Turville (piano). In 2021, the two did not make it across the canal due corona. Giorgos Kontrafouris from Athens on the piano and the singer Marta Capponi from Rome are back this year, they were celebrated by the audience last year! Kontrafouris, who commutes between Greece and Finland, is considered one of the most famous Greek jazz musicians, who has taught master classes worldwide and worked with international stars. The singer Marta Capponi, who comes from Rome, surprises her audience with her huge, stylistically very different repertoire, which moves between pop, folk, Latin and jazz standards. The critics are enthusiastic about her stage presence and her album.

Admission to the campus area starts at 6 p.m., so that you can enjoy the delicious wines and spirits from Pinard de Picard and fresh food from the Tunis Food Truck before the concerts. The concert hall will only be opened for admission after the sound check.

Due to Corona, we can only allow ticket holders to enter the site and only a limited number of them. At the moment it is envisaged that all visitors will have to present either their vaccination certificate or a negative test.


Important change !

All concerts have been moved to Saarwellingen-Reisbach "Lohwieshalle", Lohwiese 13 !

For security reasons, all International Jazzwerkstatt events that were to take place on Campus Nobel will be relocated to the Lohwieshalle Reisbach, Lohwiese.

The workshop at the lake on the Nobel campus is central to the atmosphere of the International Jazzwerkstatt. Unfortunately, the hall cannot be used this year for safety reasons. Leaning against the hall is a building that is in danger of collapsing. In order not to endanger the safety of the visitors, it was decided with a heavy heart to switch to the community-owned Lohwieshalle in Reisbach this year.

The organizer is determined to do everything possible to offer visitors a nice atmosphere here as well. Parking is available behind the administrative branch, at the kindergarten and directly at the Astrid Lindgren School.