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Running from the 24th of November, until the 12th of December, a photo exhibition of a selection of Macedonian jazz artists by photographer Tatjana Rantasha will take place at the Youth Center in Belgrade Serbia. The exhibition consists of 35 black and white photographs of various Macedonian jazz artists from different generations: Vlatko Stefanovski, Džijan Emin, ...
Milos Branisavljevic was born on 6th of April 1992. As a full scholar student he graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston, at the department of drums and composition. Milos cooperated with influential musicians in different genres of music, one of them was jazz legend Phil Wilson. For his band he performed as a drummer, vibraphonist and arranger. As a student he won an award for the “Most Active Drummer” and participated in large international projects such as Zildjian Mega Drum Project and a concert with Dream Theater in Boston Opera House.
In September 2015. Milos moved to New York where he continued developing his music career
Sanja Markovic is an award-winning jazz composer (5th International Jazz Composition Competition in Katowice, Poland, 2018). She is a Belgrade born and based musician that has spent many years on the East Coast, US. Besides a Master’s degree in Music and a classical background, Sanja leans toward jazz music to become an autodidact saxophonist and jazz arranger (Big Band, “Kolarac” concert hall, 2012). Her debut “Ascension”, released for A.MA Records in Italy is already No.1 bestselling album on iTunes for Austria. Vinyl is also available at [email protected] "Gentle and wondrous effects of my childhood have left me little choice but to never step aside from music and love of creation
Uroš Spasojević, bassist and composer, was born in 1985 in the city of Valjevo, Republic of Serbia. Until now, he has released five albums of his original compositions: "Portrait in Bass" (2014), "Story on Bass" (2015) that received high praises in the United States of America, most prominently, in the reviews of a music journalist and a writer Walter Kolosky and the music critics of a leading world fusion music brand and record label "Abstractlogix" who graded this album 4.5 out of 5 stars. Album "Third View" (2016) featured special guests Scott Kinsey, who was mixing and mastering engineer, saxophonist Bob Reynolds and guitarist Nir Felder
by Luke Seabright
Bebop is a complex craft, and like all crafts the only way to get any good at it is by learning from those who mastered it before you. Jamming through the night, getting on to that bandstand and firing away your best improvised lines, jousting with your partners (be they friends or strangers) like in the ...
by Nenad Georgievski
Ólafur Arnalds Sava Centar Belgrade, Serbia November 20, 2019 Two stops before the end of his 18-month world tour, Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds and his band brought amazing sounds and otherworldly visuals to Belgrade. The long and successful world tour was in support of his fantastic ambient album re:member (2018) ...
by Martin Longley
Belgrade Jazz Festival Dom Omladine / Kombank Dvorana Belgrade Serbia October 22-28, 2019 Reaching its 35th edition, the Belgrade Jazz Festival added extra shows at the beginning and end of its run, making up a full week, or eight days, if the opening dj night is ...
by Igor Mišković
Meet Igor Mišković of Hashima Hashima is a rock / jazz group with a wide artistic approach, including original concert video projections, art movies, conceptual art and performance. The group was founded by Igor Mišković in jny: Belgrade and it started out with more of a free-improv / jazz sound and kept evolving album by album. ...
by Nenad Georgievski
Dead Can Dance Sava Center Belgrade, Serbia June 28, 2019To classify Dead Can Dance only as a goth band would be like enclosing them in a disproportionate cage. Insufficient, inadequate and undermining. It would be fairer to describe this group led by multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Brendan Perry and vocalist Lisa ...
Hashima is a band that was formed with the idea to use the concepts of free improvisation in a Jazz Quartet combo. Improvisations are gravitating around original themes as well as presenting the audience with the specific arrangements of less known compositions that are inspiring the band. The group has a specific sonor quality: double bass, saxophone, drums and a semi-acoustic jazz guitar. Four different instruments and sensibilities are found in a form bared of tradicional genre qualities with the content inspired by a faraway abandoned island in Japan – Hashima. Srđan Mijalković – Tenor Saxophone