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Attila Korb

Attila KORB was born in 1983 Kecskemét. There’s a huge sum of classical effects on his jazz activities. His first instrument was the violin (from age 6 to 12). Then he started to play the trombone (age 13). In 1996 he had the possibility to sing the boy soprano part in Handel’s Messiah under the conducting of Péter Erdei /later one of his teachers in the Academy/. In the music secondary school his main subject was solfa-music theory. He won 2nd prize in the Zoltán Kodaly Solfa Competition /Debrecen, 2002/. He’s got his diploma in 2007 as a choir conductor-music teacher (Ferenc Liszt Academy Of Music, Budapest)


Tobias Wiklund

”Where The Spirits Eat” is the first album by the Tobias Wiklund Quartet. It was recorded on analog tape in beautiful acoustic settings at ”the Village Studios”, Copenhagen. The album features nine completely new compositions by Tobias and two exciting arrangements of songs written by Louis Armstrong. What defines the sound of TWQ, is the balance between introspective presence and the power of expression. The belief that music is built on the togetherness of the group instead of a single artist can clearly be heard on this debut album. With some of the most talented, young musicians on the Scandinavian jazz scene, the band expresses a mix of the American traditional jazz and progressive European avant-garde


Nick DeCarlis

For most up-to-date appearances by the Nick DeCarlis Trio and Quartet, ask to be included in our email list, which is sent 2 to 3 times monthly ( ). Regular Gig: Nick DeCarlis Trio, Francesca's Trattoria, Gainesville, FL. Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30. Special Guest, one evening each month. Past guests include Bill Prince, Terry Myers, Allan Vache, Jeff Rupert, Pat Gullotta, Rebecca Zapen, Jeff Stockham, John Orsini, Jim Snyder and others! _________ Nick DeCarlis grew up hearing the gorgeous tone and lyrical improvisations of cornetist Bobby Hackett. Other musical influences would eventually include Warren Vache, Jr., Ruby Braff, Scott Hamilton, and Chet Baker. After quitting the junior high band at age 13, Nick didn’t touch the cornet until his college years, first re-learning to play the instrument, then teaching himself to play improvised jazz


Victor Haskins

Victor Haskins is an international performer, visionary, multi-instrumentalist, improviser, sound artist, composer, arranger, bandleader, interdisciplinary collaborator, and educator. Victor’s main performing projects are “Victor Haskins & Moving Sound Pictures" and “Victor Haskins’ Skein". Moving Sound Pictures is an innovative, one-man-band where Victor extemporaneously improvises intricate, interactive soundscapes and spontaneous compositions. Elements of existing artistic traditions from around the world are evoked, repurposed, and filtered through his imagination. Additionally, Victor frequently collaborates with dancers in this setting, improvising collectively across mediums to orchestrate a powerful, cinematic experience


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