Vesti 2009

Thursday, 24 December 2009 11:29
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Niški jazz festival ponovo među najboljim brendovima SrbijeNisville

Nišville - from local to national importance

At the ending ceremony for year’s project "Best of Serbia" (December  22th 2009 in the hall of the Chamber of Commerce) Nišville Jazz Festival won a special award in the category of brands that reached their local importance and became national brands. This action was organized by Serbian Ministry of Trade and Services, Chamber of Commerce and Serbian newspaper "Economic Review".

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Mingus DynastyMingus Dynasty

Nisville Presents Mingus Dynasty

Visitors will also have an opportunity to enjoy music of Mingus Dynasty.This unique band is part of a complex project (within which there are two line-ups: Mingus Big Band and Mingus Orchestra) which has been presenting legacy of Charles Mingus, the great contrabassist and one of the most significant jazz musicians, besides Duke Ellington.

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Randy BreckerRandy Brecker

Grammy Award-winner Randy Brecker at Nisville Jaz Festival

Two months ago, Randy Brecker, the jazz trumpet player and composer, won the prestigious Grammy Award for his album “Randy in Brasil“ in “The Best contemporary Jazz CD“ category.

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Candy DulferCandy Dulfer

Funky Candy at Nisville Festival

This year, Nišville Jazz Festival will be held from August 13th until August 16th. The festival is going to introduce one of the biggest names from Dutch jazz scene, great alto saxophonist Candy Dulfer, along with her band and guests.

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Joseph “Mr. Defunkt” BowieMr. Defunkt

Joseph “Mr. Defunkt” Bowie - Confirmed a Show at Nisville

Joseph began his career in St. Louis, Missouri where he was born in 1953 and raised by his father William Lester Bowie, Sr. & mother Earxie L. Bowie. Joseph’s father was a music teacher and he was greatly influenced by his older brothers Byron (saxophonist & arranger) and older brother Lester, internationally acclaimed jazz trumpeter.
 
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Miroslav VitousMiroslav Vitous

Miroslav Vitous - Founder of “Weather Report” is Coming to Nis

Miroslav Ladislav Vitous is a Czech jazz bassist who was born in Prague. He began the violin at age six, and started playing the piano at age ten, and bass at fourteen. As a young man in Europe, Vitous was a competitive swimmer. One of his early music groups was the Junior Trio with his brother Alan on drums and fellow Czech luminary-to-be Jan Hammer on keyboards.
 
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Richard GallianoRichard Galliano

Accordion Legend Richard Galliano at Nisville

One of the biggest names in jazz in the second half of the twentieth century is going to present his fantastic style on Nisville Jazz Festival.
 
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IncognitoMake a wish

"Nisville - Make a wish" winner – INCOGNITO at Nisville Festival

Incognito - the band who won the largest number of votes at Nisville website inquiry “Nisville - Make a wish”, this year will appear in our town again. Although a rain have fallen down that evening three years ago, both visitors and musicians had a wonderful time.
 
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YehiaYehya Khalil

Dizzy Gilespie's favorite drummer - Yehya Khalil at Nisville Festival

Yehya Khalil is one of the most respected and talked about drummer, bandleader, creative producer, star maker and jazz musician, a phenomenon in the music scene today. His likable personality, his flair for showmanship, and his outstanding performances, made him not only a star, but a matinee idol as well, changing the image of jazz music and jazz musicians in Egypt forever.
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Jamie DavisJamie Davis

Clint Eeastwood's Favourite Singer - Jamie Davis At Nisville

Chocolate-voiced": baritone Jamie Davis is considered one of great male jazz vocalists of his generation. Touted as "the successor" to Lou Rawls and Joe Williams, Davis has sung with Tony Bennett, George Benson, Jimmy Cobbs, Patty Austin, Rosemary Clooney and Billy Cobham.
 
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GraceGrace Kelly

Jazz Princess Comes To Serbia - Grace Kelly on Nisville

Grace Kelly, one of the most talented young saxophonists vocalist, composer and arranger to come along in many years, is going to present his fantastic style on Nisville Jazz Festival.
 
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Chance HowardChance Howard

Chance Howard – special guest of Candy Dulfer's band

At the first evening of the festival, special guest of Candy Dulfer’s band will be Chance Howard, famous american singer and keyboard player, member of the group The Time and former member of New Power Generation (with Prince).. He also did some live shows with Candy Dulfer in Europe & Japan in 2005. He has written tracks for Karyn White and appeared on some songs by Nikka Costa. Now he is famous music producer.
 
Saturday, 30 August 2008 20:47
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Nišville jazz festival visited by 100,000 people100,000 people

Nišville jazz festival visited by 100,000 people

Program of XXVI Nišville Jazz Festival (from 13 to 16 August in the Fortress of Niš) according to estimates of the organizers and journalists, was seen by 100,000 visitors. The program on two main stages (Earth stage and Sky stage) on 4 festival evenings with performances of 27 bands from almost 30 countries, was seen by 20,000 jazz music fans, but during 4 festival evenings in the fortress of Niš there were at least 70 - 80,000 people who were passing by, with the opportunity to see and hear the performances of 20 bands(an a few DJ sets) from Serbia, Bulgaria and Spain in the free program on the Jam stage on “Belgrade gates” in the Fortress.