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4 th Greek Jazz Panorama -12, 13, 14 December, 2014   at Onassis Cultural Centre  — 107-109 Syngrou Avenue   - Athens - 210 900 5 800 — www.sgt.gr - A unique music experience of coexistence between East and West, tradition and innovation with creative collaborations where the elite of the Greek  jazz scene meets important Jazz musicians from abroad. Greek Jazz Panorma  brings  innovative Greek jazz musicians to the attention of an international audience.


Floros Floridis on December 12 , 2014 - 21:00
Veteran of the Greek and not only avant-garde scene Floros Floridis has a huge experience in  contemporary music and free improvisation.
He comes at Onassis Cultural center with  two very talented musician  Paul Lytton Paul and Phil Wachsmann.  Paul Lytton is a typical representative of the English free jazz scene with rich discography on ECM, together with saxophonist Evan Parker, either in duets or trios, with bassist Barry Guy. Phil Wachsmann , originally from Kampala, Uganda, is a virtuoso exponent of free jazz, but with a broad classical education.
Floros Floridis: woodwinds  -  Paul Lytton: drums, electronic percussions - Phil Wachsmann: violin, live electronics


Nikolas Anadolis  on December 13 , 2014 - 21:00
At just 23 years old, Nicolas Anadolis, with a distinction from Boston Berklee shool of music and the 1 prize of the international jazz piano competition "Martial Solal" in 2010, is ready to write his own story on the world jazz scene.
He  comes to Onassis Cultural Center with two young musicians with impressive collaborations with big names in contemporary jazz.
O Simon Tailleu, French bassist,  has played, among others, with  the top singer Youn Sun Nah,  Michel Cheret and Yaron Herman.
German drummer Jonas Bourgkvinkel has already participated in over 50 recordings and has played in concerts with John Scofield, Chris Potter, Lee Konitz, Uri Caine, Dave Liebman. He Bourgkvinkel won the Echo Jazz 2012 at the North Sea Jazz festival, as the best drummer.
Nick Anadolis: piano - Simon Tailleu: bass  - Jonas Burgwinkel: drums


Petros Klampanis
 -  Contextual on December 14 , 2014 - 21:00
Petros Klampanis comes at Onassis Cultural Center to present his new work, entitled Minor Dispute with three great musicians. Each of  them has his own carreer on the international  jazz scene. A combination  of jazz, classical and world music, featuring the work of Peter Klampanis.
Petros Klampanis: bass, compositions, orchestrations - Jean-Michel Pilc: piano - Gilad Hekselman: guitar - John Hadfield: percussion
Gilad Hekselman and Petros Klampanis interview about Contextual ( April 2012)


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