Beijing Jazz Festival 1995

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Beijing Jazz Festival 1995


General information

Location: Children Theatre, Wangfujing, Beijing


  • St├ęphane Planchon's "Rendez-vous" (France)
  • NDR Bigband, feat. Palle Mikkelborg: "The History of Jazz"
  • Liu Yuan Jazz Group China)
  • Martin Speake Group (UK)
  • Ding Wei and Wide Angle (China)
  • The Palle Mikkelborg Duo (Denmark)
  • Clusone Trio (The Netherlands)
  • Illouz (France)
  • Paolo Frescu Quartet (Italy)
  • Howard "Hojo" Johnson (USA) and the NDR Bigband
  • Beijing Jazz Unit (China)
  • Chano Dominguez Group (Spain)
  • Eugene Pao Group (HongKong)

Remark: NDR should stand for "Norddeutscher Rundfunk" (Northern German Broadcasting)


The China International Exchange Centre (CICEC), which was founded in 1984, is an independant non governmental society engaged in people to people international culture exchange. Its aim is through its exchange activities, to promote the understanding and co-operation between the Chinese people and the people of other countries and regions. That shall contribute to China's social economic development, its on-going reforms, its opening to the outside world and world peace.

The CICE understands culture in its broad sense. Therefore, the culture exchange it works to covers culture, art, science and technology, social science research etc. in diversified forms like artistic performances, lectures and symposiums. In the years since its founding, the CICE has an annual exchange volume of several hundred over to one thousand persons / time.

Further organizers

  • Robert van Kan - Programme Coordination (Ambassy of the Netherlands
  • Udo Hoffmann - Financial Coordination
  • Torben Ibsen - Equipment Coordination
  • Inma Gonzales-Puy - Design Coordination
  • Pascale Vacher-Puy - Design Coordination
  • Zhang Youdai - 'Music Adviser and Moderator' (Youdai Productions)
  • Pia Foglia - Ambassy of Italy
  • Olivia Cox - British Council


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