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Bojan Zulfikarpasic


Born in a music loving family in Belgrade in 1968, Bojan Zulfikarpasic starts playing the piano at the age of 5. “In my country, music is a very widespread activity, and since working days finish quite early, family and friends would gather at my parent’s house as early as 3 o’clock in the afternoon to socialize and play music until late at night. I used to go to sleep listening to these Yugoslavian folksongs. Then I discovered Bach, Ravel and Debussy through my teachers, The Beatles


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Beyond Europe Sarajevo 2022 Showcases

Read "Beyond Europe Sarajevo 2022 Showcases" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Various Artists National Theatre/Jazzbina Club Beyond Europe Sarajevo 2022 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina June 2-5, 2022 Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina proved an excellent choice as host city for Beyond Europe, the latest initiative from Europe Jazz Network. The three-day music conference, Beyond Europe Sarajevo 2022, in conjunction ...


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Ljubljana International Jazz Festival 2018

Read "Ljubljana International Jazz Festival 2018" reviewed by Francesco Martinelli

Ljubljana International Jazz Festival Cankarjev Centre Ljubljana, Slovenia June 27-30, 2018 The Slovenian capital of jny: Ljubljana has rightly become in the last few years one of the most loved tourist destinations in Europe. Hugged by its namesake river, crossing it with a variety of bridges, the city ...


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Dejan Terzic: Prometheus

Read "Prometheus" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Quella allestita da Dejan Terzic -batterista tedesco di origine bosniache -per dar vita alle sue dieci composizioni, è una formazione di tutto rispetto. Accanto al virtuoso pianista serbo Bojan Zulfikarpasic, troviamo il prolifico (è presente in oltre un centinaio di registrazioni, molte con nomi eccellenti) contrabbassista neozelandese Matt Penman e Chris Speed, sassofonista, clarinettista e compositore ...


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Sarajevo Jazz Festival 2016

Read "Sarajevo Jazz Festival 2016" reviewed by Francesco Martinelli

Sarajevo Jazz Festival 2016 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina November 2-6, 2016 When your plane lands in Sarajevo, its wheels roll over the crumbling underground tunnel that was the only connection of the city to the outside world during the Serbian siege from April 5, 1992 to February 29, 1996. It ...

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Clusone Jazz 2015 - 35a Edizione

Read "Clusone Jazz 2015 - 35a Edizione" reviewed by Paolo Peviani

25.07-02.08.2015 Trentacinque anni, e non sentirli. Il tempo passa, i direttori artistici cambiano, i budget si riducono drammaticamente, ma lo spirito di Clusone Jazz, quello, resta intatto. Per il musicista, l'addetto ai lavori, il semplice appassionato, Clusone Jazz continua ad essere un festival in cui c'è voglia di buona musica, ...



Released: 2009
Track listing: 1. Ulaz; 2. Ederlezi; 3. Un demi porc et deux caisses de bière; 4. Ifrika; 5. Algeric; 6. Jakjuka; 7. Orient.



Label: Universal Music France
Released: 2009
Track listing: Natural Ground; Greedy (in goods we trust); No. 9; Empty Shell; Focus; Fuzzlija; August Song; Swamp Tune; Thirst Day.


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Bojan Z Tetraband: Humus

Read "Humus" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Humus is the first album from the Bojan Z Tetraband and it's as intriguing as might be expected from such an original and inspired set of musicians. Led by keyboard player Bojan Zulfikarpasic--born in Belgrade in the former Yugoslavia and now resident in France--the band is tight, energetic and powerful despite the fact that the lineup ...


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Bojan Z Tetraband: Humus

Read "Humus" reviewed by Chris May

The rocket fuelled, electro-acoustic Tetraband quartet began life as a trio pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic formed with drummer Sebastian Rochford and electric bassist Ruth Goller in 2007. Paris-based Z grew up in what was then Yugoslavia, and the Balkans' dance rhythms have long been a feature of his playing. On tour in Europe, Rochford and Goller, both ...


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