NuVenue Jazz Festival

10th to 12th of July 2019

Daily from 10:00 to 17:00 hrs

Rentemestervej 25, 2400 Copenhagen NV

MillFactory NuVenue is a Copenhagen based recording studio with the unique capability to capture video.

We love Jazz.

During Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2019, there will be a lot of extraordinary talent present in the city, and a lot of focus will naturally be on this great yearly event. As a way to provide an exposure platform to artist, while gathering attention to our great studio, we offer a FREE “open mic” setup during these 3 days.

  • We will stream live to Facebook.
  • Every band/artist plays 2-3 songs (no more than 20 mins).
  • We may feature and replay the recordings on Facebook, Youtube & Vimeo (unless specifically not wanted by the artist).
  • In the week after the session the artist can get a link and raw source files if we are provided with a hard drive on the day of the performance.
  • Everything is recorded in 96khz/24bit and HD Prores LT… in other words: high quality.
  • Every performing artist need to sign this simple agreement (Danish version)
  • To be clear: The artist will OWN the recording.

Setup

  • Jazz drumkit
  • Bass amp
  • Guitar amp
  • Steinway D grandpiano
  • Fender Rhodes mkI
  • Vocal mic
  • …we’re very flexible… just come.

Sponsors

We’re sponsored by Piano K, tuning our awesome Steinway model D every morning of the festival.

Booking

Due to high interest we are this year making a quick selection process to ensure a varied program.
Request a slot here and you will get a notification on the 25th of March if you will have a spot or not.
(Following will be a doodle process to make sure you get a spot that fits your schedules)

This page is subject to change (Updated 5th of March 2019)

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