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14 May 2011

IBRAHIM ELECTRIC


IBRAHIM ELECTRIC is one of the most popular Danish jazz groups....

The Swedish saxophone player Nils Berg is back in Greece again with his trio Nils Berg Cinemascope το participate in the 11th European Jazz Festival at Technopolis where they will perform on  Saturday, May 28.


Talk about a bass blowout. I had the chance to catch a rehearsal and both nights of Anthony Jackson’s U.S. solo debut on April 14th & 17th, at 55 Bar in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. The shows marked the first U.S. visit for Jackson’s collaborator, Greek bassist/composer Yiorgos Fakanas, as the pair were promoting their recent CD, Interspirit.

26 April 2011

Ralph Peterson


"In addition to total musicianship, a drummer must have good time, big ears, imagination, and humility (to the music). Technique and a healthy, positive attitude are also invaluable.” Ralph Peterson


Olivier Temime, is the new star of French jazz. The ten-year collaboration with saxophonist J. Griffin and other great jazzmen, such as Wynton Marsalis and Michel Grailler were decisive for his carreer. He came for the first time in Athens last winter for one night concert at the French institute with  JP Gallis, Michel Zenino and George Kontrafouris.He came back in April for a tour in Crete and Lesvos with G. Kontrafouris, Yotis Samaras and Vassilis Podaras. Jazzonline met him for a quick interview.

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