The European Jazz Network, which supports creative and contemporary jazz music production and all its stakeholders, has hosted many events this year with the participation of 126 organizations from 35 countries.
The first activity of the European Jazz Network’s new project ” We Insist! Social Inclusion through Creative Music” took place in the commune of Pantin in France as part of the 35th Banlieus Bleus Festival. They explained the activities of the active European Jazz Network members and presented their projects.
Our founder Ercan Tutal was a guest to tell about the Social Inclusion Band. The Social Inclusion Band, which is under the main roof of the Alternative Life Association, continues its music studies since 2010 with an approach to denying discrimination, believing in inclusiveness.
The Alternative Life Society is among the most basic principles of all the projects that the world has yet to talk about over the past 20 years.