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29 May 2016

Robin Mckelle


Robin McKelle has consistently proved to her ever-expanding fan base that she’s 100% steeped in soul. Not to mention jazz, blues and the other ingredients that make her work on record and on stage so thrillingly authentic. Now, ten years after she first emerged, the songwriter and vocal stylist from Rochester, New York, is set to make 2016 her year, with her most exciting album to date.


Panagiotis Athanatos is a very active talended young guitarist. Jazzonline had a chat with him.

Music Day for children with hearing loss on May 21, 2016 at 11:00 at Philippos Nakas Conservatory - 41 Hippocratous str., 106 80 Athens  - 210 3634000 -

21 May 2016

Michel Camilo


Internationally-acclaimed jazz pianist and composer Michel Camilo in Athens on May 21, 2016 - "Concerts by Michel Camilo - the Latin-jazz piano star from the Dominican Republic – are so astonishing that you abandon all aesthetic doubts and come out with your hands up." The Guardian.


"We thank all teachers,students and administrative staff of the Conservatory who put their hard work and passion, in order to make once again our Open Day a sheer success. Our open day, a true feast of music!"  Philippos Nakas School of Music. 


Open Day: It is a music fest, prepared with special care by the Philippos Nakas Conservatory and its teachers, a unique opportunity for entertainment, information, education, open and free for all, including many different activities
22 April 2016

Antonio Sanchez


Grammy win for Birdman! Winner for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media. 

30 March 2016

Giovanni Guidi


The jazz of the future from Giovanni Guidi: The 30-year-old Italian pianist never hesitates before setting off along new routes of musical exploration, and his multifaceted achievements in the jazz idiom have earned him international acclaim.

18 March 2016

Ambrose Akinmusire


 Ambrose Akinmusire has brought a new lyricism to the jazz trumpet and earned all manner of musical awards and ecstatic reviews by doing so.

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