19 Apr NISVILLE CELEBRATES “WORLD JAZZ DAY” ON APRIL 30td IN NIS AND BRUSSELS!
INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY BY NIŠVILLE
NISVILLE CELEBRATES “WORLD JAZZ DAY” ON APRIL 30 IN NIS AND BRUSSELS!
This year, the Nisville Jazz Festival will traditionally mark the “World Jazz Day” on Saturday, April 30, as part of the great world celebration of UNESCO and the Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz. For this year’s 11th INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY, a matinee program will be held in Nis, starting at 1 pm on the stage in front of the Nisville Jazz Museum in the Nis Fortress, where the Nis jazz band Thursday Reading Club will perform at 9 pm and the Nisville Rojaze Orchestra as part of the ROJAZE project, together with young ensembles from Belgium and France. A total of 24 musicians from three countries will perform a joint program as part of World Jazz Day.
Thursday Reading Club is a band composed of seasoned Nis jazz musicians, and on Saturday, April 30, in front of the Jazz Museum in Nis Fortress will perform: Bojan Petrovic Boki – trumpet, Filip Stipsic – tenor saxophone, Lazar Petrovic – guitar, Cedomir Ilic – double bass and Josip Hartl Joško – drums The Nisville Rojaze Orchestra will perform on the same day in the Belgian capital as follows: Zlata Marinkovic – vocals, Vanja Hartl – percussion, Andrej Ilic – drums, Andrej Maksimovic – trumpet, Andrija Zdravkovic – guitar, Mladen Milosevic – piano, Nikola Bajramovic – violin, Petar Plavsic – bass and Bojan Bojković – keyboards. By the way, the last day of April was declared 11 years ago by UNESCO at the initiative of Herbie Hancock for the International Jazz Day. It has been celebrated since 2012, with the explanation that in the last 100 and more years, jazz has become the voice of freedom and tolerance in many countries around the world. Congratulations to all jazz music lovers on International Jazz Day!
Photo: Zoran Ciric – Nisville ROJAZE Orchestra Nishville promo – poster and banner Thursday Reading Club – Facebook page of the band https://jazzday.com/