The Ethnic Jazz Club

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.

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Get your tickets for FOR THE LOVE OF KAISO 3, Chantal Esdelle and Moyenne with special guest Stacey Sobers.
EJC Studio, 51 Cornelio Street, Woodbrook,
Saturday 29th June, First Show 5pm, Second Show 7.30pm.  
Tickets: $200.00.

*Bank transfer: Republic Bank Ltd, chequing acc no 150 162 363 801, The Ethnic Jazz Club Ltd.
*Wipay credit card option
Email your proof of payment to ethnicjazzclub@gmail.com to receive your receipt/electronic ticket

GET INFO AND REGISTER FOR THE KAISO LEGACY PROGRAMME

EJC Calendar
April- June 2024

JUNE 2024
*FIRST FRIDAYS JAM SESSION
Friday 7th June, 6pm - 7.30pm, EJC Studio, 51 Cornelio Street, Woodbrook.
Patrons $50.00 (BYOB), Musicians just walk with your axe.

*KAISO LEGACY PROGRAMME WORKSHOPS
Kaiso Improvisation, African Drumming Class, Steelpan Performance Workshop: focus on three and four stick technique, Kaiso Performance Demonstration Workshop.
Click here for programme info & registration.

*FOR THE LOVE OF KAISO 3
Sat 29th June.
 First Show 5pm, Second Show 7pm.
CHANTAL ESDELLE AND MOYENNE
SPECIAL GUEST: STACEY SOBERS
$200.00

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Transcultura Programme
Caribbean Jazz Connection
Virtual Concert

In the midst of Covid 2021 the Haitian Foundation invited the EJC to contribute a Chantal Esdelle and Moyenne performance to its production of a virtual concert for Unesco’s Transcultura Programme, Seven artists from Six Countries.

Pt. 1. Chantal Esdelle and Moyenne - Trinidad and Tobago, Omolewa Osain - Belize, Cameron Pierre - Dominica, Cubarita - Barbados

Transcultura Programme
Caribbean Jazz Connection
Virtual Concert

Pt. 2 Orville Hammond - Jamaica, Joe Davis - Jamaica, Teddyson John featuring Richard Payne - St. Lucia.

Our Team

Our Board
Gail Cambridge - Secretary
Wanda Phipps - Director
Dr. Marsha Pearce - Director
Kyle Noel - Director
Chantal Esdelle - Managing Director

Our Production Team
Chantal Esdelle
Natasha Joseph
Kyle Noel
Jayde Belcon

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Contact Us

The Ethnic Jazz Club
51 Cornelio Street, Woodbrook, POS, Trinidad and Tobago
(868) 622-8062 studio

ethnicjazzclub@gmail.com

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