Jazz Sous Les Pommiers
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Jazz Sous Les Pommiers

Jazz sous les pommiers ("Jazz under the apple trees") is an annual week-long jazz festival in Coutances, France. The festival was first held in 1982, and is usually staged during the Feast of the Ascension, in May.[1]

The festival was started by Thierry Giard and Gérard Houssin.[2] By 2006 over 1,000 concerts had been held.[3] The festival of 2010 was attended by 37,000 spectators.[3] In 2011 the festival celebrated its 30th anniversary by inviting musicians from previous festivals. The week ended with a "Folle Parade" (Crazy Parade) through the centre of Coutances.[3]

References

  1. ^ Duncan, Fiona; Kennedy, Jeffrey; Glass, Leonie (2014). Top 10 Normandy. DK. p. 132. ISBN 9781465431783. 
  2. ^ Wallon, Emmanuel (2010). "Le festival internationale: Un systeme relationnel". In Anne Dulphy. Les relations culturelles internationales au XXe siècle: de la diplomatie culturelle à l'acculturation. Robert Frank. Peter Lang. pp. 307-26. ISBN 9789052016610. Retrieved 2015. 
  3. ^ a b c "Jazz sous les pommiers". tourisme-coutances.fr. Coutances Tourisme. Retrieved 2015. 

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