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Irakli Koiava

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Irakli Koiava was born on February 27th, 1979 in Tbilisi, Georgia. His interest in music began in his early childhood. In 2002 his actively began studying percussion instruments and started practicing the percussionmusic. In 2005, during Festival fur Neue Music “Close Encounters”, Irakli participated and performed in a drum masterclass with Lucas Niggli. In 2006 Koiava founded a joint project by Azerbaijani jazz musician, including Yasef Eyvazov (oud). The project was performed in Baku (Azerbaijan) in a jazz club “Caravan”. In March 2008 Irakli was invited to State Jazz Center in Baku (Azerbaijan) where he performed in a “Drummers’ Jam” festival alongside Azerbaijani and Russian musicians, namely Alexander Mashin from Russian (drums), Tofig Djabarov (percussion),Natsik Shirinov (nagara),Ruslan Guseinov (double bass), and Isfar Sarabsky (piano)

Album

Single - Music For Animation

Label: Rainbow Studio
Released: 2014

15

Track of the Day

Demonstration and Revolution

Album:
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Label: Homerecords
Released: 0
Duration: 9:20

9

Track of the Day

Performance

Album:
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Label: Rainbow Records
Released: 0
Duration: 02:33

Album

Irakli Koiava Friends ,,My Feelings,,

Label: Live records and Home records
Released: 2013

Album

Acoustic Udu

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012

Album

Irakli Koiava & Acoustic udu 2007&2010 1Disc

Label: Home records
Released: 2010

Album

Irakli Koiava Electric Band 2014

Label: Homerecords
Released: 0


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