July 25-27, 2024

Kaip mus rasti?



25th of July


8:30 PM Thomas Mann Museum, Skruzdynės st. 17, Nida

Krzysztof Kobyliński solo (Poland)

Opening concert presented by "Glimstedt"


Krzysztof Kobyliński

Pianist, composer, orchestra leader, organizer and creative director of the Palmjazz and Filharmonia festivals, as well as founder of the private cultural center Jazovia in Gliwice, Poland, IT specialist and mathematician. His musical creation usually oscillates between jazz and ethnic music, it does not follow one direction and mixes different musical styles. But most importantly, Kobylinski's music has emotionality and melodiousness that will make the listener experience his music. Currently, he has released over 30 albums in various lineups, including his band KK Pearls, solo, and guest albums. Krzysztof Kobyliński – piano
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Zuco 103

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Jan Maksimovič ir Broliai Bazarai

Jan Maksimovič, a virtuoso of jazz, a composer, and a professor at the Vilnius J. Tallat-Kelpša Conservatory, where he imparts the secrets of saxophone mastery. He's also an esteemed associate professor at the Department of Jazz at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. Among Lithuania's brightest jazz saxophonists, Jan stands out for his emotive and mature musicality, a maestro of poly-stylistic expression, a distinctive composer, band leader, and mentor. He stepped onto Lithuania's jazz scene back in 1996 and has since shared stages with some of the nation's jazz luminaries. His performances have resonated across festivals in the USA,…
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Paul van Kemenade Quintet

The quintet 2.0 was founded in 1989 by Dutch altoist and composer Paul Van Kemenade and the band played hundreds of concerts in the Netherlands and abroad. The quintet played in this setting for almost 20 year together and recorded a dozen LP’s and CD’s. They combine their music with different musical disciplines and cultures. They played with wind - and brassbands, popbands and symphonic orchestras. Van Kemenade has a longterm relationship with South African musicians Feya Faku, Louis Mhlanga, Sydney Mnisi and Sonti Mndebele. The quintet performed with artist such as David Murray, Kenny Wheeler, Zim Ngqwana, Philip Catherine,…
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