Jazz in the Park is an annual recurring summer and cultural event presented in various cities in Sweden with free entrance.
The vision is to create an equal program and enable interactivity between the audience and the jazz world.
14: 00-15: 00 – KONSERT WITH MALMAR MAKALÖSA
Malmars Makalösa gives the audience the chance to discover the many faces of music, from jazz, country and folk to rock, pop and blues. Child-friendly music with quality, fun and playfulness, combined with subtle texts that both young and old can recognize. The audience is invited to participate in songs and movements in the compelling songs.
15: 00-15: 30
Workshop, Instrument Try-Out.
A creation workshop. Join a song with Malmars Makalösa. Capture the feelings of the moment and let the imagination boil together a bubbling
music and dance casserole seasoned with jazzy rhythms and colorful chords.
16: 00-17: 00 CONCEPT WITH MIMI TERRIS (SE)
Mimi Terris is the singer who, with own compositions, gave a breath of new life in the Swedish retrojazz tradition. Her personal texts and melodies bring the listener on a journey inward, with her charm and sharpness, she treats big topics like love, sorrow and longing. At Jazz in Park 2017, the listener can hear songs from her critically acclaimed album Moving From Home, and she will also present brand new material from the upcoming album The Great Scale.
Mimi Terris, song
Måns Persson, guitar
Simon Petersson, double bass
Kristoffer Rostedt, drums
17: 00-18: 00 KONSERT WITH MARTIN FABRICIUS WITH NEFF IRIZARRY (DK) (FI / US)
Martin has studied at Berklee College of Music and has a bachelor’s degree in film music. He has recorded more than 30 animated, long and short films and lives and works in Copenhagen, where he also teaches percussion, composition and film music.
18: 00-19: 00 KONSERT WITH SIGURÐUR FLOSASON (IS / SE)
Sigurdur is one of Iceland’s premier musicians and has received several heavy international awards for his saxophone game. He plays with his daughter Anna-Greta and with musicians from Denmark and Sweden.