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18 March 2017

Kenny Garrett


The fiery alto player and former Miles Davis sideman delivers with his 5tete a program of original, driving tunes dedicated to various influences.


 John Scofield pays tribute to country greats. John Scofield’s guitar work has influenced jazz since the late 70’s  and is going strong today. Possessor of a very distinctive sound and stylistic diversity, Scofield is a masterful jazz improviser whose music generally falls somewhere between post-bop, funk edged jazz, and R & B. 

22 February 2017

Music Soup Interview


Music Soup ‘s debut album “Cut To The Chase” has been chosen as The Best Greek Jazz Album of the year 2016 by both Readers Poll & Critics Poll. This is quite an achievement !  But you could tell something was happening. From the first day, the album got excellent reviews abroad and it was released by Tony Monaco, a master in the Hammond  organ in jazz.  Jazzonline.gr to has met  Evgenia Karlafti & Nestor Dimopoulos for a little chat about this great success.

10 February 2017

Lizz Wright


 “It would not be hyperbolic to describe Lizz Wright as an awesome talent “ The New York Times .


It may come as a surprise to many that Greece loves jazz. But it is a fact ! Athens is  at the heart of Greece’s jazz scene, showcasing internationally renowned performers while fostering home-grown talent and a style of jazz that is uniquely its own. Discover jazz clubs, concerts and cafés in Athens with Jazzonline.gr

 
The Art Center in Votanikos !


If you want to experience Jazz music with all your senses there is no venue like the Railway Carriage Theater to Treno sto Rouf!


Very warm atmosphere, great music, friendly people, you just don’t want to leave the place ...


Jaimeo Brown - Transcendence / featuring Chris Sholar and Jaleel Shaw - A dialogue between art and history. Music that echoes protests and sounds like a call for freedom, bringing together elements from the blues, jazz, and hip hop. An anti-racist humanist manifesto. Historical recordings of workers in farms and prisons. Afro-futurism with "fire and love"…

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