All-Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation Group
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The All Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation Group is a UK Parliamentary group with a membership of more than 100 MPs and Peers. Its stated purpose is to "promote the use and enjoyment of jazz as a music form."
The joint chairs are Mark Pritchard MP and Lord Colwyn. The secretary is Baroness Coussins. The group runs an annual awards ceremony called the Parliamentary Jazz Awards and supports the Jazz Radio UK campaign.
- Register of the All Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation Group
- Debate about Arts Council England funding for Jazz 24/4/2006
- The Jazz Radio UK campaign.
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