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East Norway Jazz Centre (ENJC) is the regional centre for jazz music in Eastern Norway, geographically covering the counties of Oslo, Viken and Innlandet. ENJC include a number of 30 jazz clubs, 60 big bands, 5 festivals and more than 450 professional musicians as active members within the region.

Our main activities are focused on coordinating and initializing jazz activity within the region, as well as working politically to improve general working and operating conditions for our members. Though our main interest lies within stimulating organisers and others to increase the jazz activity on a local scale, ENJC also initialize and arrange own projects (ensembles, concerts, tours), as well as arrange seminars for musicians, big bands and organisers.
Along with the coordinating task goes working with general information on jazz matters towards media, politicians, members of the organisation and others.

The centre’s administration is located in Oslo. Oslo is also the city where our main performing venues for live jazz music are situated, represented by the jazz clubs Victoria Nasjonal jazzscene, Blå, Cosmopolite/Belleville, Kafé Hærverk, Improverk, Jazzpurk, New Orleans Workshop Jazzclub, Oslo jazzforum, Konsertforeninga, Kampenjazz, Jazz på Kampen, Fritt Fall and Dans for voksne – together with Oslo jazz festival, Oslo World, Blow Out-festivalen and the All Ears Festival for Improvised Music.

ENJC is a member of Europe Jazz network

Please visit our website www.jazzinoslo.no where you’ll find information on jazz concerts in Oslo.

Phone: 0047 2200 5628

post(a)ostnorskjazzsenter.no

Østnorsk jazzsenter, org.no/vat: 880 349 392
IBAN: NO5551220583949
SWIFT: DNBANOKK
Name and address of bank: DNB, P.O.box 1600 Sentrum, N-0021 Oslo, Norway

Fra forsiden

Konsert

Ungjazzfest på Victoria

Helgen 15. og 16. juni markerer et hundretalls ungjazzere at det er ti år siden etableringen av Østnorsk jazzsenters første regionale ungdomsjazzorkester, hurra!

Intervju

OJKOS spelar Andrine Dyblie Erdal

I den nye OJKOS-stallen frå 2023 er det ein som skil seg litt ekstra ut - cellisten Andrine Dyblie Erdal har bakgrunn frå den klassiske musikken og er utdanna i orkesterdireksjon frå Norges Musikkhøgskolen, og starta orkesterinteressen i ung alder i Nordstrand ungdomsorkester. No har ho skrive sitt første verk for OJKOS!