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Suzana Lascu

Jazz Vocalist/Performer & Composer/Songwriter Started learning music professionally at the age of 8, immediately after she decided to become a singer and pursue a career in music. Has graduated from Bucharest School of Art, where she has studied Pop Singing from 2006 to 2009. Up to this date, she had already been experimenting with Soul and R&B music. Attended Jazz Studies at the “George Enescu” High School of Music, between 2009 and 2013, but had already been a pupil of the institution since 2004. Graduated in 2013 as a valedictorian, with a perfect 10. She likes to take liberties in her own music, oftentimes being attracted to the avant-garde movement. Since 2013, she is currently a student of Prins Claus Conservatorium in Groningen, the Netherlands, where she is studying vocal jazz performance and composition. Having been active in the jazz idiom since 15 years old, Suzana has experimented not only in the traditional side of it, but has also become involved with the avant-garde movement

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Bucharest Jazz Orchestra

Bucharest Jazz Orchestra is the newest Romanian large Jazz Ensemble, intent on creating new music. It was initiated by trumpet player Sebastian Burneci and features some of the best musicians from Bucharest. Members: Sebastian Burneci - Lead Trumpet Silviu Groaza - Lead Trumpet Paolo Profeti - Alto Saxophone Florian Radu - Lead Trombone Adi Cojocaru - Second Trombone Cristi Lăbus - Bass Trombone Johnny Bica - Piano Utu Pascu - Bass Tavi Scurtu - drums Guests: Cezar Cazanoi - flute, Ana-Cristina Leonte - vocals, MC Brain Potion, Pisica Patrata - design


Ghassan Bouz

Born in Beirut and based in Bucharest, Ghassan is a self-taught Lebanese percussionist. He already has a rich musical experience in his native country and in the Arab world by stage appearances alongside some of the most famous musicians in the region. Ghassan's passion for Arabic music is strongly reflected in his performances, adding a unique touch to western contemporary music. He has collaborated with the Anton Pann Ensemble, Teodora Enache, Daniele di Bonaventura, Ilham Madfai, Basel Rajoub, Theodosios Spassov, Roots Revival, and other artists in the Arab world and in Romania.


Tajti Albert

Jazz piano player, composer


Ioana Andreea Boancă

Composer, Song-writer, Music & Piano Teacher, Conductor of IOANID Choir


Sebastian Grosu

Sebastian is a guitar player, songwriter, producer and educator based in Bucharest, Romania. His musical journey begun in his teens when he founded several metal bands in his hometown in Transilvania. In 2001 he decided to found Alinian together with his brother Radu Grosu. Labeled by the music media an art rock endeavor, the band played extensively the local club circuit and also participated in a series of national festivals (Brasov - 2005, Buzau 2006, Turnu Severin 2009) In 2006 Alinian started the collaboration with Taine Records which led to the "Garden of Alinian" album, released in 2007. After that..


André Pogoriloffsky

André Pogoriloffsky is the pen name used by Andrei Covaciu- Pogorilowski for his book "The music of the Temporalists". He was born in Bucharest, Romania, in February 1968. Starting with 1982, he studied music independently, helped by several private professors. In 1989 A.P. started to hear in his head a strange yet beautiful music that he was unable to notate. Short excerpts were presented on the piano to his musician friends who confirmed that the temporal fabric of that music could not be rendered satisfactorily with help from the traditional, bar-rhythmical, semiography. Between that point and 1994, A.P


Johnny Raducanu


Born in Romania the 1st of December 1931 in Braila, Johnny Raducanu is descended from a long line of Gypsy musicians. At the age of 8, he starts playing the piano with one of his brothers. A year later, he knows the first Czerny notebook by heart, and gets a grant for the academy of music of his native town.

During his young years, he discovers on his older brothers’ gramophone « Caravan » and « Prelude to a kiss » by Duke Ellington. Jazz is a revelation, even if at that time Johnny believes that « Jazz » is the name of an artist, and not that of a musical trend. A premonition perhaps, given that 20 years later, the so-called Duke Ellington nicknamed him “Mister Jazz of Romania”, during a performance in Bucharest.


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