Total Environment Jazz Festival 2014

Date: 27th Nov, '14 - 29th Nov '14

Venue: UB City (see map)

Total Environment Jazz festival 2014 is music celebration that stretches across all boundaries to culminate a diverse variant of sounds, organised by the Total Environment Music Foundation as part of Jaguar Trousseau Week 2014.

The vision of the Total Environment Music Foundation is to create fresh new original music for the world. In alignment with this singular vision, the foundation plans to establish a world-class institution of music, which will not only enable students to learn, practice, perform, create and produce music of high standards, but also establish a professional platform for professionals to collaborate and create new music across boundaries and cultures

Keeping in tune with this vision, the Total Environment Music Foundation partners with Jaguar Trousseau Week this year to celebrate the most popular wedding fashion festival in the country!

Jaguar Trousseau Week 2014's theme 7 Steps to Forever amalgamates the most paramount of festivities at one's grand event. In tandem with the theme, the Total Environment Music festival includes a concoction of sounds from the likes of the Doris Lavin Quintet from Cuba, tenor saxophonists Yuri Honing from Holland and James carter from the united states, Pianists Helen Sung and John Di Martino from United states and Carlos Bica & AZUL from Portugal, all of whom would have individual performances spread over 27th to 29th November 2014. Make sure you celebrate the sounds of diversity.

What to Look Forward to at UB City This Week!