Stanford Jazz Workshop (SJW) programs provide opportunities to study and play with many of the top artists working in jazz today. They offer participants an opportunity to experience jazz in all its forms, enjoy the exceptional environment of the Stanford University campus, and attend Stanford Jazz Festival concerts showcasing the all-star residency faculty in action.
Stanford Jazz Workshop offers a range of jazz education programs for instrumentalists, vocalists, educators and listeners ages 12 and up, and include:
Week One: July 17 – 22, 2011
Week Two: July 24 – 29, 2011
Designed for participants ages 12 – 17, playing jazz at beginning
to advanced levels.
July 31 – August 5, 2011
Designed for adult musicians playing jazz at beginning to advanced levels, emerging professionals and music educators. Open to advanced participants under 18 by audition.
* K–12 educators and junior college faculty may earn graduate-level professional
Designed for musicians aged 12 and up playing jazz at beginning to advanced levels
The Evening Summer Program offers musicians a chance to develop their skills in a five-week series of classes held on Wednesday evenings. Classes are taught by some of the Bay Area's top jazz artists and educators.
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
SJW can offer a wide variety of services for individuals and groups in your local area. These services include: private coaching, workshops, booking services, school visits, jazz event consulting and jazz program coordination.
To learn more about these services, please contact us at 650.736.0324.
Registration for the 2011 Jazz Camp and Jazz Residency will open December 2010. Registration forms will be posted online as PDFs for those who wish to apply by mail or fax. For additional information, please read our FAQ page. If you would like to be notified by email when registration is open or for questions not answered in our FAQ's, please contact:
Stanford Jazz Workshop
PO Box 20454
Stanford, CA 94309
FAX: 650.736.0324 x303