The International Jazz Piano Festival will offer recitals by top players from around the world

The 26th Prague Festival will host piano stars Harold López-Nuss from Cuba, Eden Ladin from Israel and Ignacy Wiśniewski from Poland for seven evenings. What a name, a personality, an original approach to music, your own style and a unique atmosphere. The show starts on October 15 and will be taken to the finals on … Read more

Pilsen’s Marcel Gidote’s Holy Crab debut “Humidity Breaking Limits” is full of captivating psychedelic jazz rock

The already colorful waters of domestic neo-psychedelia receive other shades. The Pilsen band Marcel Gidote’s Holy Crab is making their debut with the full-length album “Humidity Breaking Limits”. Its hallmark is a distinctive jazz icing on a tasty rock body. How did the record work? Already somewhat exhausted clichés about soundtrack for a non-existent movie … Read more

Eisenach’s jazz musician Alexander Blume celebrates 50th stage anniversary | Eisenach

Eisenach’s jazz musician Alexander Blume celebrates 50 years on the stage Updated: 09/27/2021, 8:00 p.m. | Reading time: 3 minutes At the anniversary concert you could feel the close connection between the band members Alexander Blume (from left), Vanessa Marx, Andreas Buchmann, Maximilian Blume, Bernd Kleinow and Mauro Pandolfino. Many anecdotes that Blume gave testified … Read more

La Spezia Summer Festival, 14 thousand people at events including jazz, theater and great Italian music

Great public success for La Spezia Summer Festival which ended with the extraordinary success of “Don’t wake the spectator” with the talented and eclectic Lino Guanciale paid homage to the life and works of Ennio Flaiano, with the direction and musical accompaniment of Davide Cavuti. “An unprecedented overwhelmingly successful summer, also given the extraordinary organizational … Read more

“Billie”, the sad life of a jazz singer

The sad life of jazz singer Billie Holiday is interspersed with that of Linda Kuehl, a journalist who investigated her life and who died under strange circumstances. James Erskine’s documentary recovers interviews with those who knew one of the most influential women in the jazz world. Lady Day, born as Eleanora FaganShe was one of … Read more