Where to book?

For students:
Casa Don Bosco
Sieboldstraße 11
81669 Munich
https://en.jugendgaestehaus-muenchen.com/

student hostel only available until may 20th
Single Room 43,00 € / night incl. breakfast
Double Room 31,00 € / night incl. breakfast
Triple Room 26,00 € / night incl. breakfast
Single Room with shared bathroom 26,00 € / night incl. breakfast
Single and Double Room (lower category) 20,00 € / night incl. breakfast
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Teachers and Representatives hotel:
Motel One
Rablstrasse 2
81669 Munich
www.motel-one.com

Motel One: only available until May 20th
Single Room 79,00 € night, breakfast 11,50 € extra
Double Room 94,00 € night, breakfast 11,50 € extra per person
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Also for teachers and representatives:
Living Hotel am Deutschen Museum
Rablstraße 10
81669 Munich
https://www.living-hotels.com/hotel-am-deutschen-museum-muenchen/

Living Hotel, only available until May 20th
Single Room 79,00 € night, breakfast 16,00 € extra
Double Room 94,00 € night, breakfast 16,00 € extra per person
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Booking number for single rooms: 119205858/1
Booking number for single rooms: 119205858/2

When to book?

  • Fill out the Proposed Participants Form first (link follows soon).
  • Do not book before you have received a confirmation of your participation.
  • Bookings can be done six weeks prior to the meeting (mid May 2021)
  • Cancellation can be according to the hotel regulations.

Who must book?

  • Participants must book themselves.
  • The host school has made a deal with the hotels for participants but is not responsible for the booking itself.

Must I, as representative and/or teacher book in the hotels mentioned?

  • No, you can book in other hotels as well.
  • The hotels and dorm mentioned are on walking distance from the school.
  • In the hotels you will meet other participants: the networking starts there!

Must I book my students in the hostel that is proposed?

  • You are not obligated but strongly advised to book your students in the hostel mentioned.
  • You will not find a lower priced near where the meeting takes place.
  •  Students get to know each other quickly in the hostel and share experiences and practical knowledge.
  • The hostel provides safe storage place for instruments.
  • The hostel is well experienced in receiving international students.
  • Small jam sessions might take place in the music room of the hostel.

 

 

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International Association of Schools of Jazz

IASJ: the world-wide network of performers, educators and researchers in jazz

In mid-Germany on a misty and rainy April day in 1989, a dozen interested people in jazz education came together, invited by David Liebman. Plans were made to do something for jazz students, teachers and heads of departments. The idea for the IASJ Jazz Meeting was born. Over the past three decades the IASJ Jazz Meeting has brought together thousands of jazz students who became the top performers of today, jazz educators who constantly reinvent jazz pedagogy, and jazz directors who determine the future of jazz and jazz education.