Celebrating International Jazz Day at home

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 9th annual International Jazz Day worldwide celebration will transition to a virtual format for 2020 instead of taking place as previously planned in Cape Town, South Africa and other locations around the world on April 30th.

Here’s a look back at some jazz performances around the globe in honour of the annual International Jazz Day, now in its 9th year: 

Russia

Prague

Oslo

Buenos Aires

Bergamo

Melbourne

Zimbabwe

Mumbai

Dhaka

Washington

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