1996 in jazz
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|1996 in jazz|
Original Brass Band, New Orleans Jazz Fest, 1996
|Decade||1990s in jazz|
|Music||1996 in music|
|Standards||List of post-1950 jazz standards|
|See also||1995 in jazz – 1997 in jazz|
This is a timeline documenting events of Jazz in the year 1996.
- 22 – The 24th Nattjazz started in Bergen, Norway (May 22 – June 2).
- 24 – The 25th Moers Festival started in Moers, Germany (May 24 – 27).
- 27 – The 17th Montreal International Jazz Festival started in Canada (June 27 - July 7).
- 28 – The 6th Jazz Fest Wien started in Wien, Austria (June 28 – July 13).
- 5 – The 30th Montreux Jazz Festival started in Switzerland (July 5 – 20).
- 15 – The 37th Moldejazz started in Molde, Norway (July 15 – 20).
- 18 – The 49th Nice Jazz Festival started in France (July 18 – 20).
- 21 – The 31st San Sebastian Jazz Festival started in San Sebastian, Spain (July 22 – 27).
- Guillermo Gregorio: Approximately
- Ivo Perelman: Seeds, Visions and Counterpoint
- Michael Formanek: Nature of the Beast
- David Ware: Wisdom of Uncertainty
- Maria Schneider: Coming About
- Zeena Parkins: Mouth=Maul=Betrayer
- Kenny Wheeler: Siren's Song
- Gerry Hemingway: Perfect World
- Matthew Shipp: By the Law of Music
- Ivo Perelman: Sound Hierarchy
- Bob Neill: Triptycal
- Courtney Pine: Modern Day Jazz Stories
- Joshua Redman: Freedom in the Groove
- Branford Marsalis: The Dark Keys
- Henry Threadgill: Where's Your Cup?
- Evan Parker: Toward the Margins
- Pat Metheny Group: Quartet
- John Scofield: Quiet
- Fred Anderson: Birdhouse
- David S. Ware: Oblations and Blessings
- David S. Ware: DAO
- David S. Ware: Godspelized
- William Parker: Compassion Seizes Bed-Stuy
- Eliane Elias: The Three Americas
- Hugh Masekela: Notes of Life
- Alan Dawson, drummer
- Alan Littlejohn, trumpeter, flugelhorn player and bandleader
- Amancio D'Silva, guitarist and composer
- Art Porter, Jr., saxophonist
- Barney Wilen, saxophonist and composer
- Bill Doggett, pianist and organist
- Billy Byers, trombonist and arranger
- Bobby Cole
- Bobby Enriquez, pianist
- Carlos Vidal Bolado, conga drum musician
- Carmell Jones, trumpet player
- Don Grolnick, pianist and composer
- Ella Fitzgerald, vocalist
- Eva Cassidy, vocalist and guitarist
- Frankie Sakai,
- Gerry Mulligan, saxophonist, clarinetist, composer and arranger
- Gus Bivona,
- Herb Hall, clarinetist and saxophonist
- Howard Wyeth, drummer and pianist
- Ike Isaacs, guitarist
- Jimmy Rowles, pianist, vocalist and composer
- Johnny Costa, pianist
- Kid Sheik, trumpeter
- Mercer Ellington, trumpeter, composer and arranger
- Milt Larkin, trumpeter and bandleader
- Morty Corb, double-bassist
- Norma Teagarden, pianist
- Pim Jacobs, trumpeter
- Pud Brown, reed player
- Ray Leatherwood, double-bassist
- Ray Linn, trumpeter
- Ronnie Scott, tenor saxophonist and jazz club owner
- Tiny Winters, bassist and vocalist
- Viatcheslav Nazarov, trombonist, pianist and vocalist
- Harry Morley
- Austin Weber
- "Vossajazz - Historie" (in Norwegian). Vossajazz. Retrieved 2016-04-23.
- "Nattjazz" (in Norwegian). Nattjazz. Archived from the original on 2016-03-22. Retrieved 2016-02-29.
- "Moers Festival 1996". Moers Festival. Retrieved 2016-04-29.
- "Montreal International Jazz Festival 1996". Montreal International Jazz Festival. Retrieved 2016-02-29.
- "Jazz Fest Wien 1996: June 28 – July 13". Jazz Fest Wien. Retrieved 2016-04-28.
- "Montreux Jazz Festival 1996 Setlists". Setlist.fm. Retrieved 2016-02-29.
- "North Sea Jazz Festival 1996". North Sea Jazz Festival. Retrieved 2016-04-27.
- "Pori Jazz Festival year 1996". Pori Jazz. Retrieved 2016-02-29.
- "Moldejazz 1996" (in Norwegian). Dimu.no. Retrieved 2016-02-29.
- "Nice Jazz Festival 1996 Setlists". Setlists.fm. Retrieved 2016-02-29.
- "San Sebastian's Jazz Festival poster 2000". Pinterest.com. Retrieved 2016-04-27.
- "Brecon Jazz Programme 1996". FriendsOfBreconJazz.com. Retrieved 2016-04-29.
- "Monterey Jazz Festival 1996 Poster". Kerouac.com. Retrieved 2016-04-29.