WJC is an artist-run non-profit project established to promote and encourage new original music influenced by the jazz genre.
Our vision is to provide a platform for creative musicians to present new, interactive, original improvised music without commercial restrictions from an audience or venue.
We believe we can achieve this by building a member-based audience and create an atmosphere and vibe that inspires and encourages the merging of cultural and musical styles to help musicians and listeners grow and flourish.
By joining WJC you are joining a proactive community of musicians and like-minded people who are committed to furthering the development of improvised music.
Ways to contribute to WJC
You can contribute to WJC by coming to concerts or by paying a modest fee of $30 per calendar year towards running costs. By joining WJC you will receive reduced entry for WJC gigs, emails on upcoming gigs and will be supporting and encouraging live original music.
Ways to donate
On the door, please let us know when you arrive that you would like to join so that you can take advantage of the membership rate.
Online, direct deposit to Wellington Jazz Cooperative
ANZ account number 01-0505 0733402-50
Please include your name as a reference and email your name, address, and mobile number to firstname.lastname@example.org
Paypal, spend money to email@example.com
Want to be a volunteer?
Designing and delivering posters, preparing and sending the newsletter, helping on the door, picking up musicians from the airport, Wellington Jazz meetup group co-organiser …. are some of the tasks that we need a hand with. If you have some time and would like to help please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan Beban and the Pyramid Club gang for the use of their venue while we were setting up WJC and finding our feet. Steve Garden of Rattle Records for providing CDs for our regular free raffle. Alex Bolton for donating an Orange Guitar Amp, Ron Brazier and Richard Prowse for donating a vintage drum kit, Ben Fernandez for contributing towards a drum stool, John Rae for bass drum peddle.
You guys rock!