Montreux Jazz Festival


Created by Claude Nobs in 1967,

the Montreux Jazz Festival is the most important  international event for music in the world.

In 43 years its stages have been graced by the biggest names of music, amongst them:

Bill Evans Miles Davis, Ray Charles, David Bowie, Gato Barbieri, Aretha Franklin,

Dizzy Gillespie, Nina Simone, Joan Baez, Leonard Cohen, Quincy Jones and Massive Attack.

The Montreux Jazz Festival runs for two weeks from 2nd to 17th July.

On the occasion of the 44th edition of the Festival a limited edition book

by Claude Nobs has been published: a very special cased edition containing four books,

celebrating 40 years of the Festival and the story behind its creation.

On sale at 10 Corso Como bookshop starting 20th May.