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Nachum Pereferkovich

From the very beginning became interested in improvisation, popular and country music, which led to his natural purpose - jazz. Already in the music school began playing jazz at the piano in ensembles at holiday parties. At that time, in the Soviet Union there was no education in the field of jazz, and pupils playing with one another, often in the breaks between lessons , also learned as one another. The first notes for his jazz repertoire Nachum took to copying from your neighbor, restaurant pianist, which gradually began to replace some of his restaurant. History of jazz in the Soviet Union is quite different from its history in the West


Garana Jazz Festival 2013

Read "Garana Jazz Festival 2013" reviewed by Adriana Carcu

Garana Jazz FestivalWolf's MeadowGarana, RomaniaJuly 11-14, 2013For four days each summer, a village in the Western Carpathians becomes the Mecca for the Romanian jazz fans, and an ever-growing number of Europeans. For the 17th time the Bohemian colony Garana (Wolfsberg is its German name) has hosted an event of growing importance ...


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