Kizomba Saturday Night – Tyron, Rokhaya & The Top Dancers

Sobotni žur weekenda with Tyron, Rokhaya & The Top Dancers bo nekaj posebnega. Nova lokacija, top muzika in presenečenja!

Za vrhunsko glasbeno podlago bosta skrbela DJ Kuki in DJ Igor
Za slastno pijačo ekipa Jazz Paradise
Za plesno vzdušje pa vi!

Prispevek za prečudovit večer je 12 evrov.

Za ostale žure pa:
➡️ Petek 8 evrov
➡️ Party pass za oba plesna večera, petek in sobota, in nedeljski social 15 evrov.

Žuri so vključeni v full pass!

Še link do vikend dogodka:

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Saturday night fever!!! It’s gonna be special! New location, top music and surprises!

DJ Kuki & DJ Igor are gonna keep us on the dancefloor till we drop!
Jazz Paradise Team will serve delicious drinks!
All the rest is on you!

Your contribution for the night 12 euros.

Other parties:
Friday night 8 euros
Party pass (includes Friday, Saturday party and Sunday social) 15 euros

All parties are included in full pass!

Link to weekend event:

Piano Experience: Roberto Magris Trio

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

Info & table reservations:

Table reservation incl. Welcome Jazzing & best position for the concert!
Contribution for musicians: 10 eur

About Roberto Magris by Michael G. Nastos (
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.