The Ethnic Jazz Club (EJC) is a musical arts company based in Trinidad and Tobago. The mission of the EJC is to provide Caribbean Jazz Musicians with development, performance and recording opportunities, enable the perpetuation of Caribbean musical forms in Caribbean Jazz Practice, and make Caribbean Jazz accessible and visible through performances, demonstrations, recordings, synchronisation and licensing.
At the core of the EJC’s presentations, recordings and workshops is Trinidad and Tobago’s music, KAISO, and the National Instrument of Trinidad and Tobago, the Steelpan.
The EJC is based at the EJC’s Studio, 51 Cornelio Street, Woodbrook, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. Presentations and workshops are staged, presented and recorded there.
The EJC closes the Sept 2022 - June 2023 Season with For The Love of Kaiso 2;
a Kaiso Jazz Festival featuring Chantal Esdelle and Moyenne and special guest Krisson Joseph.
THREE PERFORMANCES, ONE ZOOM STREAM.
VENUE: The EJC Studio, 51 Cornelio Street, Woodbrook, Port-of-Spain.
Friday 23rd June 7pm
Sunday 25th June Lunch Lime
First Show 12pm
Second Show 2pm
Admission fee Includes lunch; BBQ chicken/lamb.
Lunch is served from 11.30am - 3pm
You can eat before/after/during the set.
Friday 30th June 7pm
Stream via Zoom
Chantal Esdelle and Moyenne play the traditional Orisha piece Attendé at the EJC’s 2021/22 season closing concert.
Gail Cambridge - Secretary
Wanda Phipps - Director
Dr. Marsha Pearce - Director
Kyle Noel - Director
Chantal Esdelle - Managing Director
Our Production Team
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The Ethnic Jazz Club
51 Cornelio Street, Woodbrook, POS, Trinidad and Tobago
(868) 622-8062 studio