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Jol Tai

Jol Tai - leader of The Orchestra of Mirrored Reflections` had performed live on such festivals, as: -Jazz Koktebel (UA) -Hedonism (UA) -Construction(UA) -Art Meetings (UA) -Muzohyst Jazz (UA) -Intercity (UA) Relax and listen to sounds of a distant and dreamy place, place which consists of the vibrations of our souls. Blend of dark ambient, jazz and down-tempo music, with a taste of mystery. The Orchestra Of Mirrored Reflections is an ensemble originated in Benares, India, formed around writer/producer and multi- instrumentalist Jol Tai - who had heard this music while he was staying at Manikarnika Ghat - The place of cremation - the holy place in India, thinking of love death and beauty - sharpening the skills of self awareness and acceptation of all, along with his music skills, inspired by amazing improvised music - free form of existence

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Ognjen Savija

Ognjen Šavija: Member of Cultural Association Ambrosia. Guitar player, musician, composer, producer, sound designer, art performance artist, multimedia artist & DJ – the explorer of Infinity and its possibilities. Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 1971. He has taken classical guitar lessons from Mile Praljak. Simultaneously, he has worked with electronics and audio engineering, and has studied several other music instruments. 1986, together with his brother Nebojša Šavija-Valha, he started experimenting with music and sound within contemporary music, new age, experimental, avant-grade jazz and ambient (See Ognjen Šavija and Nebojša Šavija-Valha duo). At the same time he has played with several alternative rock bands. 1991-1996 he was a leader of a goth rock band the Invisible Fields. During 1993, together with his brother, he developed an audio-visual project “Twilight Whisper” that was performed at the beginning of 1994 involving several more people

ARTICLE: FUTURE JAZZ

Jazz Education In The Century Of Change: Beyond The Music

Read "Jazz Education In The Century Of Change: Beyond  The Music" reviewed by David Liebman

Question: What values does a jazz education offer beyond the music itself?Artists have always had a supply and demand problem. Since time immemorial there have been more people with creative ideas than an audience to communicate them to, especially if the art demands more than a cursory attention span. In the current world of ...

ARTICLE: FUTURE JAZZ

Jamming For Dollars

Read "Jamming For Dollars" reviewed by Bruce Klauber

The History, Care, Feeding and Booking of the Jazz Jam Session“Fusion and the new stuff? It doesn't offend me, but a lot of the soloists sort of sound alike, like they all learned the same licks from the same school. When I was coming up in the 1940s, it seemed that every corner bar had a ...

ARTICLE: FUTURE JAZZ

Booking Jazz: A Subjective Guide

Read "Booking Jazz: A Subjective Guide" reviewed by Bruce Klauber

There is no rule book, reference work or formal set of regulations that club and restaurant owners can consult about how to book and present jazz.There was a quasi-model of sorts in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, given the proliferation of cafés, boites, bistros, bars, ballrooms, and all types of nightspots that used live ...

ARTICLE: FUTURE JAZZ

Transforming Jazz From Cultural Staple to Cultural Imperative

Read "Transforming Jazz From Cultural Staple to Cultural Imperative" reviewed by Peter Gordon

Futurecasting is a time honored sport, ranging from questionable store front fortune tellers to Pulitzer Prize winners, giving us both hope and despair and always trumped by 20/20 hindsight. Jazz is a particularly difficult subject, given to voracious crosscurrents and turbulent discussions. Ask ten people, get eleven opinions. This year we have witnessed the ...


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