This year's RESET Jazz Festival will take place from 17-19 January at Neimenster.

Luxembourg jazz musician and composer Pascal Schumacher, who also led 2018's successful first edition, returns to take part in an even-more ambitious programme than the previous year.

The RESET Jazz Festival brings together some of Europe's best jazz musicians from Luxembourg, France, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, the UK and Austria. In the form of a series of "blind dates", they will embark on improvised artistic meetings under the audience's watchful eye.

Throughout this three-day festival, the musicians will occupy different parts of both the abbey and Luxembourg City and perform a series of jam sessions.


Thursday 17/01/19 (duets; free entry)

1930 @ the cloister   Julie Campiche (Switzerland) & Sven Helbig (Germany);

2030 @ Vins Fins   Yazz Ahmed (UK) & Jasper Hoiby (Denmark);

2130 @ Mesa Verde   Séverine Morfin (France) & Claire Parsons (Luxembourg)

2230 @ Café des artistes   Jef Neve (Belgium) & Alfred Vogel (Austria)

Friday 18/01/19 (closing concert; €22 or €9 reduced tariff, €30 2-day pass), 2000 @ Salle Krieps, Neimenster

Saturday 19/01/19 (late-night public concert; €22 or €9 reduced tariff, €30 2-day pass), 2000 @ Brasserie Wenzel

Venue: Neimenster

Organiser: Neimenster

Price: €22 or €9 reduced tariff, €30 2-day pass