- 3rd International Pula Jazz Festival, Pula, Croatia
- Jazz stories with Oleg Kireyev delighted Belgrade!
- International Jazz Day, 30th April 2018. Pula, Croatia
- Pula Jazz Festival
- II. International Pula Jazz Festival, Pula
- Jazz stories with Oleg Kireev
- The Bridge in Academy 28
- Orlan Band in KC Grad
- Russian Jazz in Kolarac
- All That Jazz in Akademija 28
- Summer Jazz Concert in Fažana
- Spring Jazz Concert
- "Jazz at the Theatre", Jazz concert INK
- LMC Jazz Festival
LMC Jazz Festival Vodnjan, Croatia, 2012
LMC Jazz Festival was organized on summer terrace of the best Music Club in Istra, Croatia - LMC.
7. - 8. June 2012 George Cables (USA, piano)
George Cables, pianist and composer from New York, a friend and member of the quartet of legendary saxophonist Dexter Gordon. In addition to composing and recording his own materiasl, Cables has made contributions to performances of great jazz artists such as Joe Henderson, Roy Haynes, Art Pepper, Freddie Hubbard, Woody Shaw, Bobby Hutcherson and many others. Because of his virtuosity, he was nicknamed "Mr. Beautiful."Cables is a creative improviser who has an incredible way of adding the freshness to the sound together with restless romantic chords and transitions.
13. - 14. June 2012 Dennis Rowland (USA, vocal)
Dennis Rowland was born in Detroit, a city that is considered to be s home of R & B music. Thanks to his voice and performance style, he has gained a worldwide reputation and fame. Seven years ago he was a soloist of the orchestra's prestigious Count Basiea. Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and the Sydney Opera House are just some of the places where he performed and had the honor to share the stage with names like Billy Eckstine, Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan. His concert program always consists of a contrast. The diversity of musical intonation and a huge range of voice rises the audience to their feet applauding the accompanying each stroke.
20 - 21 July 2012 Nicolas Bearde (USA, vocal)
His fantastic voice will enchant you, literally not leaving anyone indifferent.His fantastic voice will enchant you literally not leaving anyone indifferent. It doesn�t matter whether this is your first encounter with jazz or if you have been charmed by its sounds for a long time.
Nicolas will happilly reveal new vistas of musical expression with his performance. He is the co-founder of the SoVoSo acapella sextet together with legendary Bobby McFerrin. He teaches jazz vocals at the famous American School Berkeley and is actively involved in acting in Hollywood, along with Richard Gere and Clint Eastwood.
His live shows garner a wide audience who appreciate his musical vision and savor his exceptional skills. Free and confident on stage, possessing a soft, sensitive, yet strong voice."He's a breath of fresh air amidst a mass of polluted ozone-unfriendly pop," declared Blues and Soul magazine in the U.K.
4 - 5 July 2012 , Eddie Henderson (USA, trumpet)
Jazz trumpeter extraordinaire Eddie Henderson always had talent. After all, his first informal lesson on the instrument at the age of 9 was from Louis Armstrong. But his studies went well beyond that.
As a family friend, Miles Davis has been a major musical influence on Eddie throughout his life. That culminated in May of 2002 with the recording of So What, a tribute to Davis that features songs associated with the legend.
Henderson practiced as a physician part-time for many years, in addition to playing gigs and learning directly from two of his other main trumpet influences - Lee Morgan and Freddie Hubbard. In addition to his stint with Herbie Hancock, Henderson has performed with such notables as Art Blakey, Dexter Gordon, Roy Haynes, Jackie McLean, Joe Henderson, Elvin Jones, Johnny Griffin, Slide Hampton, Benny Golson, Max Roach and McCoy Tyner. In addition to his European Tours, Eddie performs in the Mingus Big Band and tours with the Eddie Henderson Quartet.
11 - 12 July 2012 , Roy Yong (vocal, JAM)
Soul singer Roy Young came to love American rhythm-and-blues music when he was a child in his native Jamaica. He still regrets having been too young to see Sam Cooke when the singing star performed in Jamaica.
His album "Memphis" has plenty of feeling and vocal aggression and Young's is a voice to be reckoned with, as displayed by his recent performance at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival that left the audience at the Blues stage screaming for more and giving him a standing ovation. Roy Young has a unique and distinct voice. His phrasing and approach to the songs will blow you away.
Roy Young is one of the great vocal talents of our time. Roy's warm, fatherly voice comforts me in my confusion, shouts out my own fears, and shines light of hope with a beacon of falsetto that leads me trembling to the home of a friend. What follows is a personal journey, in the old style, song by song