The first-ever jazz club with regular programming in Yekaterinburg, a 1,350,000-big city and a major business/culture hub in the Ural region of Russia (roughly in the middle of the Eurasian continent,) EverJazz Club operates since 2009. The club’s policy is to be the comfortable place for cultured, independent, and intelligent people in Yekaterinburg, with goals to promote jazz in the city. All jazz-related styles are welcome on EverJazz stage, from mainstream jazz to the blues and soul music, and from jazz manouche (Gypsy swing) to contemporary jazz. The trademark diverse programming is also true for the EverJazz International Festival, the region’s largest annual open-air jazz event.
The bulk of the club’s nightly programming is based on jazz artists from Ural region, but the long-standing relationships with national and international promoters allow EverJazz to present international touring acts on a regular basis. Currently, Oded Tzur Trio and Alex Sipiagin Quartet from NYC, Omar Torrez from LA, Nadia Washington from Dallas, TX, Harrison Young from NYC / The Hague, Boris Savoldelli from Italy and Slava Ganelin from Israel performed at EverJazz; the overall geography of our guest performers spans around the globe.
The club is well-equipped technically, sounds good, and comfortably seats 156 patrons, allowing them to enjoy the first-rate jazz performances at EverJazz.
The club also hosts other types of events, from daytime discussion meetings to poetry readings.
Every summer, EverJazz is also producing a one-day outdoors festival, headlined by international jazz stars.
Since the launch in 2009, EverJazz hosted over 4,000 performance sets for the annual audience of 20,000; 300 of those 4,000 acts were touring international artists.
Contact: Irina Shchetnikova, club director (click for e-mail)