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Irina RodilesEmil Ibrahim & Friends
Sevda AlekperzadeShahin Novrasli
Rafig Velimetov GroupEmil Mammadov

from June 22

The next, the third in a row Baku International Jazz Festival was held from the 7th of June 2007 to the 14th. As in the past years the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Azerbaijan, the Ministry of Youth and Sport of Azerbaijan, Friends of Azerbaijan Culture Foundation and Baku Jazz Center were the organizers of the Festival...>>>


"Djabe" Group (Hungary)

"Djabe"  Group

Tamas Barabas - bass
Attila Egerhazi - guitar
Andras Sipos - vocal, percussion
Szilard Banai - drums
Zoltan Kovacs - keyboards
Ferenc Kovacs - trumpet, flugelhorn, violin

Djabe is the no.1 jazz/world fusion band of Hungary. The band has received recognition and won numerous Hungarian and international awards since its foundation ten years ago. The double album, Witchi Tai To won the prize in the category Best Hungarian Jazz/World Music Album of the Year, in 2000 (Golden Giraffe Award). In 2002, the Update received the award of the Best Hungarian World Music Album of the Year (eMeRTon). Aside from this, in 2000, the CD entitled Ly-O-Lay Ale Loya was nominated for Golden Giraffe, and the Sheafs are Dancing album was nominated for Phonogram Award in category the best Hungarian jazz album of the year, in 2003. The DVD audio version of the Sheafs are Dancing won the international PRince Award in 2004. The same album was nominated for Surround Music Award in 2005 in the best additional features category.
Djabe is one of the most popular Hungarian jazz bands at international festivals. During the last three years the band hold successful performances in Europe and North America. Some significant concerts and gigs at festivals from the last period: Kaunas Jazz Festival, Lithuania; Burghausen Jazzwoche, Germany; Jazz Goes To Town, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic; Bansko Jazzfestival, Bulgaria; Spitz, London, UK; Jazzdays, Bratislava, Slovakia; Jazzfair, Cakovec, Croatia; Club Colosseum, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina; Mercuria Ciuc, Rumania; Presov, Slovakia; Rochester International Jazzfestival, NYC, USA; Washington DC, USA; Pori Jazz Festival, Finland; Stockholm Jazz Festival, Sweden; Prague Jazzfest, Czech Republic; Glogow, Cracow, Poland; Munic, Berlin, Regensburg, Germany; Udine, Italy. Naturally, Djabe is a regular performer at Hungarian festivals, and often organizes domestic tours, too.
Djabe plays unique music in which the elements of jazz are mixed with various parts of Hungarian and worldmusic. The main composer of the band is Tamás Barabás, who – at the same time – is the most virtuoso Hungarian bass guitarist.

Time Date Place Price, AZN
21:00 June 10 Green Theatre 10-20