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Majamisty TriO

“Quite dark and Nordic in feel, Majamisty's music set the hairs on the back of your neck tingling…” - Tim Dickenson (Jazzontour blog)

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„Airy, graceful, intriguing music…” - Thomas Conrad (“Jazz Times”)

“Quite dark and Nordic in feel, their music set the hairs on the back of your neck tingling…” - Tim Dickeson (Jazzontour blog)

Majamisty TriO explores the space beetween jazz and classical music, expanding the possibilities of traditional piano oriented trio with additional voice, used as an instrument equal to others. Their lyrical music style has an origin in autor’s long experience in classical music and affinity towards jazz, finding the original way of painting subtle moods and emotions. In 2011, Majamisty Trio released their debut MISTYLAND with SKC, Novi Sad, and re-released it in 2012 on Maple Grove Music Production. Album consists of 11 compositions by Maja Alvanović, and cover of Errol Garner’s „Misty“. and it was published by SKC Novi Sad in August 2011.

In 2014, the second album LOVE with 10 tracks, all original, was released on Cosmic Sounds/London This album includes more guests, Gisle Torvik, guitar (Norway), Damir Bacikin, trumpet (Berlin), Bunford Gabor, sax (Serbia), Uros Secerov, percussions (Serbia) and Aleksandra Drobac, vocal (Serbia).

Notable Performances:

2010 Jazz Appreciation Month Novi Sad. 2010 The 26th Jazz Festival in Valjevo 2010 Jazz & Blues Festival „Geza Balaž-Gari” - Kikinda 2011 World Piano Conferention, Sinagoga, Novi Sad 2011 Nisville Jazz festival 2011 Belgrade Jazz Festival 2012. Green Town Jazz festival 2013. Indjija Jazzfestival 2014. Novi Sad jazz festival 2014. Kiev, Voloshin jazz weekend 2014. Vienna, Sargfabrik Kulturhaus Members:

Maja Alvanović, piano, bandleader and composer Ervin Malina - double bass player Ištvan Čik - drummer

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