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01 February 2015

Diane Schuur


Two time Grammy Award winner and one of contemporary jazz’s leading vocalists, Diane Schuur, nicknamed “Deedles” has   headlined many of the world's most prestigious music venues, and has toured the world performing with such greats as Quincy Jones, Stan Getz, B. B. King, Dizzy Gillespie, Maynard Ferguson, Ray Charles, and Stevie Wonder.


This is not an attempt to convince an audience to listen to jazz; neither to promote the genre as an auditory necessity. This is a try only to identify the truth; the core product of a jazz live event.


Interviews of some of the best jazz musicians in Greece.


Vasilis Xenopoulos – A Greek jazzman in London - Born in Athens, educated at Berklee and a London resident for many years, Vasilis Xenopoulos is a blazing tenor saxophonist able to play in a wide variety of styles and settings. Vasilis is very active on the UK Jazz Scene and currently plays as a regular member in different bands. Jazz online met him in Athens for a little chat.


Lee Konitz Jazz Master Seminar on November 23, 2014 at Half Note Trivonianou 17 Metz Athens - 210 9213310 -

Dan Tepfer Piano Seminar on November 22, 2014 at 17:30 at Half Note - 2109213310 - Trivonianou 17 - Metz -
21 November 2014

Lee Konitz


Alto Saxophonist Lee Konitz, pioneer of "cool jazz" has enjoyed one of the most creative and prolific careers in modern jazz. After early experience with the Claude Thornhill Orchestra (arranged by Gil Evans), Stan Kenton’s Orchestra, the innovative small groups of pianist Lennie Tristano, and the Miles Davis Capitol Orchestra, Konitz turned freelance and has remained on the cutting edge of post-bop improvisation ever since.

08 November 2014

Kenny Barron


“one of the top jazz pianists in the world” Los Angeles Times -  “The most lyrical piano player of our time.” Jazz Weekly - “One of the foremost exponents of the modern mainstream.” The Independent


he Milcho Leviev, Award winning composer,arranger, performer( pianist, keyboardist, conductor) and educator of classical and jazz music,also  known as "The Godfather of Balkan Jazz", is DEFINITELY ONE OF TODAY'S JAZZ GENIUSES - Don Ellis  Down Beat. Seminar: Saturday, November 8, 2014, at 15.00-17.30

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