South Coast Jazz Announces 5-Year Worldwide Deal With Stingray DJazz Music TV & VOD
Co-hosted by Canadian media icon Dini Petty alongside the founding director of SCJ, Juliann Kuchocki (Actra/SOCAN), the special edition will be available in the fall of 2022.
Heralded by the Wall Street Journal as one of the best festivals in the world to watch online, South Coast Jazz was originally founded as a live event in 2014 – quickly transitioning to streaming amid the global pandemic.
Created to celebrate and support live music and the arts, South Coast Jazz also strives to enrich and preserve culture, provide a diverse and inclusive platform for artists to thrive and create both jobs and much-needed tourism experiences within its Norfolk county seat. , Ontario.
Heading into its ninth annual event, the South Coast Jazz Festival showcased a wide range of emerging and established artists – including multiple JUNO and GRAMMY winners, Order of Canada Walk of Fame recipients and icons — with an amplification of Indigenous, youth, educational, family and ASL programming.
Of these, South Coast Jazz – and its nonprofit, the South Coast Cultural Society – are exponentially increasing accessibility and diversity with the addition of SCJ-certified ASL deaf musical performer Gaitre Persaud, who visualizes the sound of rhythm, harmony and melody for the Festival and upcoming live shows, streams, podcasts, etc.
“Our goal with South Coast Jazz is to delight audiences with the best of the scene,” Kuchocki shares.
SOURCE South Coast Jazz
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