Stay Posted for our event schedule…


David Jean-Baptiste has been giving concerts recently (late 2017/18) in the Edinburgh area. The Music and Trading events will commence soon, and this page will be updated…





David Jean-Baptiste at Edinburgh Jazz Festival

July 21st 2015

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Music and Trading


Music and Trading Nights at Lauderdale House


(English Heritage) in Highgate


January 30th, 2015


February 27th, 2015


March 27th, 2015


Booking details to come




  • Book today, David Jean-Baptiste Group plays the music of John Coltrane, @ The Pizza Express Jazz Club, London

ClarinetFest® 2014

  • July 31st, 2pm at the School of Music in Baton Rouge for a 50 minute performance/lecture with ME at the Clarinet Congress.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana USA
July 30 – August 3, 2014

ClarinetFest® 2014 will takes place on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge, LA.  On campus you can find numerous restaurants, shops, a newly built LSU Barnes and Nobles Bookstore and “Mike the Tiger VI”, the LSU mascot. Nearby restaurants include Louisiana specialties as well as great international foods. Day trips are planned to New Orleans, Plantations Homes and of course the Louisiana Swamps.

In addition to campus housing options for conference participants, the LOD Cook Hotel (located just a 10 minutes walk from the LSU School of Music) is the official hotel of ClarinetFest® 2014. This upscale, hotel features many contemporary accommodations as well as a complimentary breakfast, free WiFi and pool.  Additional rooms are also on hold at the Staybridge Suites on the South side of Campus at our special conference rate.

Artistic Director Robert DiLutis, Professor of Clarinet at the University of Maryland (formerly LSU), and Artistic Committee members William Blayney (Buffet Artist), Robyn Jones (University of Memphis) and Michael Bartnik (Baton Rouge Symphony) announce the theme for the 2014 ClarinetFest®:

The Clarinetist as Entrepreneur 
“How to diversify and expand your skills and artistry for greater success as a musician in the 21st Century.”

  • May 23rd, David Jean-Baptiste Quartet, Lauderdale House, London