Boquete Jazz Festival – March 1 – 4, 2012

The beautiful Chiriqui Highlands have long been one of Panama’s most favorite vacation and retirement spots, and the jewel of Chiriqui province is beautiful Boquete. Located at an elevation of 3000ft it is also the home of some of the best coffees in the world. The cool, crisp mountain air, delicious fresh mountain water, an abundant nature with lots of flowers, flamboyantly flowering trees and hundreds of species of birds plus the closeness to two oceans have attracted visitors from all over the world.The natural beauty of Boquete is the perfect setting to stimulate the creative talents and artistic abilities of those who live here as well as those who come for a visit. So it is no surprise that this small town hosts a lively art and music scene which culminates in the annual Boquete Jazz & Blues Festival.

Right from the start in 2007 the Boquete Jazz & Blues Festival has been the biggest music event in the province of Chiriqui. The 2012 edition will also be the first ever festival in Panama to showcase first-class international Blues acts in addition to notable Panamanian and Latin American artists featuring Jazz and Latin American music styles.

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9th Panama Jazz Festival

From the heart of America to the rest of the world, the Panama Jazz Festival celebrates its 9th edition with concerts, jam sessions and events for the entire family. Additionally, during the week of the festival some of the best music schools of the Americas audition students for admission and scholarships and the participating artists give master classes.

The theme for this year will be -Del Corazon de America para el Mundo- (From the Heart of America to the World), and it will be dedicated to the great self-taught saxophone player Carlos Garnett, celebrating his successful career as a composer and director of his own band.  Garnett will share his knowledge with young students during workshops at Ciudad del Saber.  This 9th  version of the festival will also feature several Jazz concerts at different venues in Panama City and the as every year an open-air concert in Casco Antiguo on January 21.

The Artistic director of the Jazz Festival this year will be once again its founder and multiple Grammy Award Winner, Danilo Perez. An assistance of around 28 thousand people is expected for the 2012 version of the festival.

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