Preživite večer ob izjemnih solistih, s katerimi boste doživeli del decembrske pravljice. Na odru Jazz Cluba Gajo-Jazz Paradise bodo nastopili: Branka Božič, Pija Hočevar, Vanja Ivanković, Nataša Jovanović, Mojca Pačnik, Ksenja Pirc, Miha Klemenc in Aleš Pogačnik, pod mentorstvom Maje Bevc.
Nastopajoče bodo spremljali: Blaž Jurjevčič – klavir Peter Smrdel – bas Vid Ušeničnik – bobni
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Koncert bo izveden v dveh delih in začeli bomo najkasneje ob 21.30. Vstopnina 5€.
// ENG Explore the city lights and let us pamper you with the vocals of the night on 19th of December at 21.00. We present you superb solists: Branka Božič, Pija Hočevar, Vanja Ivanković, Nataša Jovanović, Mojca Pačnik, Ksenja Pirc, Miha Klemenc, Aleš Pogačnik with Maja Bevc as a mentor.
with amazing band: Blaž Jurjevčič – piano Peter Smrdel – doublebass Vid Ušeničnik – drums
2 of the Month is reserved for Young, Enthusiastic, Limitless, Creative students of the Conservatory of Music and Ballet Ljubljana and a Lots of .
Welcome to join a jam after the opening concert! — 2. se bodo na odru Jazz CLuba Gajo – Jazz Paradise predstavili študentje Konservatorija za glasbo in balet. Sreda je sinonim za Mladost, Nadobudnost, Brezmejnost, Kreativnost in .
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Jazz Club Gajo – Jazz Paradise v sodelovanju s Konservatorijem za glasbo in balet
We are delighted to present your Piano experience with Incredible Roberto Magris. One of The Greatest contemporary Jazz Pianist is visiting Jazz Club Gajo – Jazz Paradise. Join us on Thursday night!
Line up: Roberto Magris – piano Drago Gajo – drums Aleš Avbelj – bass
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Table reservation incl. Welcome Jazzing & best position for the concert! Contribution for musicians: 10 eur
About Roberto Magris by Michael G. Nastos (allmusic.com): He was born in Trieste, Italy, on June 19, 1959. Early influences that still resonate with him include Wynton Kelly, Tommy Flanagan, Bill Evans, Kenny Drew, Jaki Byard, Randy Weston, McCoy Tyner, Andrew Hill, Paul Bley, and Steve Kuhn. He began his life as a professional jazz musician in the late ’70s. In his burgeoning career, he performed as a sideman with Kai Winding, Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, and Sal Nistico, and as a guest soloist with the Traditional Jazz Studio bands from Prague. In the ’80s he led a jazz trio named Gruppo Jazz Marca, and in 1987 he founded a quartet that performed exclusively in Europe. In 1998 he formed the Europlane Orchestra, sponsored by the Central European Initiative. In 2003 he collaborated with U.S. expatriate alto saxophonist Herb Geller, recording his first major-label CD, Il Bello del Jazz, on the Italian Soul Note label with his multinational Europlane quintet featuring the tapping electric guitarist from Croatia, Darko Jurkovic. He made several international collaborations & partnership with great musicians.
Magris has performed concerts for jazz piano, orchestra, and strings with the Big Band Ritmo Sinfonica from Verona and the Orchestra Giovanile del Veneto.