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SAE Athens presents DARIO DENDI Masterclass in Audio Production on March 16, 2012 -


Seminar Yotis Kiourtsoglou on March 16, 2012   at   Philippos Nakas Conservatory of music   Ιppokratous 41, Athens -   210 3634000 — 19:00 — entrance 8 euros (free entrance for all student o Nakas Conservatory). http://jazzonline.gr/en/musicians/item/160-kiourtsoglou-yiotis.html   -   www.nakas.gr

15 March 2012

Uwe Steinmetz


“...easy-going, based on simple melodies and counterpoint, hummably affable all the way. It’s thoughtful music, but not the kind you necessarily have to screw on your thinking cap to properly enjoy.” All About Jazz


Jazz spot in  Kolonaki with Jazz Live at least four times a week.
01 March 2012

Dominique Di Piazza

 

“… I admire him very much for his convictions….He is one of the world’s greatest bassists” John McLaughin

23 February 2012

Poogie Bell


Veteran jazz musician Poogie Bell,   is an outstanding drummer, composer, arranger, and record producer. The sound of Poogie Bell’s drums is what you hear on many of the world’s finest jazz, funk, neo-soul, R&B and hip-hop records.

08 February 2012

Seminar Takis Barberis

 

Seminar Takis Barberis on February 8, 2012 — About improvisation and composition at    Philippos Nakas Conservatory of music  Î™ppokratous 41, Athens -  210 3634000 — 19:00 — free entrance - http://jazzonline.gr/en/musicians/item/90-barberis-takis.html  

05 February 2012

Brad Mehldau


Jazz pianist BRAD MEHLDAU has recorded and performed extensively since the early 1990s. Mehldau’s most consistent output over the years has taken place in the trio format.

05 February 2012

Chick Corea


An NEA Jazz Master, multiple time Grammy winner, prolific composer, keyboard virtuoso and 2010 Artist of the Year in DownBeat’s Readers Poll, Chick Corea has attained living legend status after four decades of unparalleled creativity and an artistic output that is simply staggering.

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