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The IASJ provides information

IASJ Fact Sheets provide basic information about IASJ Member Schools, used by:

  • students to start and or continue their educational carreer
  • teachers to exchange in pedagogical matters and in jazz research
  • directors of jazz schools to communicate with international colleagues

University of Denver, Lamont School of Music, Denver

name of representative: Lynn Baker
e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
international phone number representative: 01 303 428 9235

website: www.du.edu/lamont

University of Denver, Lamont School of Music
2344 E Iliff Ave
Denver, Colorado 80208

number of students: up to 50 students
annual fee: more than € 20.000
financial support offered: more than € 5000
language used during the lessons: English only
legal status of your school: private university
degrees offered: bachelor and masters
teaching training offered: no


The IASJ is a long standing member of the IMC, the International Music Coucil, affiliated with UNESCO.

The IASJ, founded in 1989, brought together over 3000 jazz students, teachers and directors from all over the world.

The IASJ promotes cultural diversity and does not discriminate towards nationality, religion, gender or age.

IASJ contact information

IASJ - Unit 2
3e Binnenvestgracht 23-J
The Netherlands

E-mail address: info@iasj.com

General Information

Organization: non-for-profit association, (Dutch title: "Internationale Vereniging van Scholen voor Jazz"), founded in 1989
Chamber of Commerce: The Hague, The Netherlands: KvK 40412806
VAT-number: none. The IASJ is tax-exempted.