Jazzchor Freiburg presents its new music video "Pools" by Steps Ahead. It tells the origin story of the famous painting "Pools with 2 jazzchor Figures", which recently sold for a record sum. This video was made possible by the many generous crowdfunders who donated last June. A big thank you to all supporters!


The legendary New York Voices come to Freiburg to share the stage with Jazzchor Freiburg. Two times 30 years of top-class vocal jazz: The "Voices" are considered to be the leading jazz vocal quartet that has traveled almost all over the world and worked with artists such as the Count Basie Orchestra and Paquito d’Riviera. This ensemble has always been an inspiration for the award-winning Jazzchor Freiburg, which has so far given concerts in 15 countries in Europe and Asia with its “unique” programs. In addition, projects with Bobby McFerrin, Torun Eriksen and the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra kept opening new musical doors for the choir. For the anniversary, the Freiburgers - with Junior and Senior Jazzchor - and New Yorkers can be heard on the same evening, individually and together.

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On the initiative of #inFreiburgzuhause and Jazzhaus Freiburg, the Jazzchor will give its very first streaming concert on March 14th, 2021. It is also the choir's first concert
since the lockdown in November.

The choir is performing with its current program Infusion, which will be enriched with a few surprises. Please switch on! The concert is free - a donation is welcome.

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Jazzchor Freiburg presents its new video of Björks Hit „Jóga“ in a special arrangement of Lukas DeRungs. The video was shot under the direction of David Brooke and the cameraman Matthias Klingner in Jazzhaus Freiburg. Torun Eriksen can be seen as a soloist.


Jazzchor Freiburg responds to the call of Munich Philhamonic, the BR Symphony Orchestra and the Bavarian State Opera on Monday, November 2nd, 2020 - the day on which the entire culture industry in Germany was shut down a second time in 2020. This video clip under the hashtag #SangUndKlanglos has been recorded to draw attention to the fact that without art, music and culture it will be completely quiet in Germany.