The Echter'Jazz Festival will take place from Thursday 22 to Saturday 24 February 2024 at the Trifolion in Echternach (2 Porte St. Willibrord). 

The annual jazz extravaganza is set to captivate one's senses, featuring three days of world-class performances.


Thursday 22 February @ 20:00 - 22:30 (doors open 19:00)
- Anne Paceo – S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S: With seven albums and two EPs to her credit, Anne Paceo plays with codes and styles and makes a point of breaking boundaries by searching for the very special alchemy between her musicians.
- Thierry Maillard Ensemble – Caméléon: Thierry Maillard is a tireless adventurer of music. Whether as a piano soloist, in a trio or in a big band, the man never stops pushing the boundaries of his music.

Friday 23 February @ 20:00 - 22:30 (doors open 19:00)
- The Aquatic Museum: The Aquatic Museum is a collective of pop/chamber musicians formed in 2021 by singer-songwriter Claire Parsons (UK), musician and app developer Laurent Peckels (LU) and In Praise of Folly violist Nicole Miller (US). The Aquatic Museum is a cross-genre album that deftly combines the colourful palette of jazz harmonies with the delicacy of a chamber music ensemble and the energy of a pop group.
- Youn Sun Nah: South Korean singer Youn Sun Nah presents a new show from her latest album as a piano and voice duo. For this concert she will be accompanied by one of the greatest European pianists, Bojan Z.

Saturday 24 February @ 19:00 - 22:30 (doors open 18:00)
- Chris Potter Trio: A globally acclaimed soloist, accomplished composer and great conductor, American saxophonist Chris Potter has established himself as one of the leading musicians of his generation. A powerful improviser and the youngest musician to win the Jazzpar Prize in Denmark, his impressive discography includes 15 albums as a bandleader and appearances as a sideman on over 100 albums.
- Daniel Migliosi 5tet: The young quintet around the Luxembourg trumpeter Daniel Migliosi brings a mixture of traditional hard bop and modern jazz elements to the stage and invites the audience to take a journey through different moods.
- Gentiane MG Trio: Walls Made of Glass, the third album by Canadian pianist and composer Gentiane MG, emerged from a search for meaning in the composer's immediate environment, which consists of objects, animals, plants and sounds.

Tickets €40/day or €95 Festival Pass from

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