The Lavaux-Cully-Jazz Foundation

The Lavaux-Cully-Jazz Foundation is a non profit cultural Foundation founded in 1987 with the aim to help support the Cully Jazz Festival and promote jazz and other musical genres in the Lavaux district. The Foundation takes care of fundraising and is therefore essential to the survival of the Festival. This committee meets four to five times annually.

The Foundation’s committee members are Maud Carrard Gay, Raymond Bech, Emmanuel Gétaz (president), Guillaume Potterat, Nermine Skroeder and Ludovic Tirelli.

 

Fundraising event

Every year during the Festival, the Foundation organises a Fundraising evening event.

Find out more about this event.

Friends of the Cully Jazz Festival

Under the aegis of the Lavaux-Cully-Jazz Foundation, the Friends of the Festival group bring together people and companies wishing to help support the Cully Jazz Festival.

The Circle of Friends of the Festival supports the Club’s free stage, dedicated to jazz discoveries. This stage welcomes promising young artists, recently graduated from the best jazz music schools, and is one of the only dedicated stages for the next generation of jazz in a festival.

Find out more about the Festival’s Friends.