Sisa Fehérová is a rising star of Slovak living in Prague. Before studying at Masaryk University in Brno. Her musical education is not yet complete, but no convincing her fans her very distinctive voice. Rightly received the award for best solo output in the talent contest Jazz 2009 in Prague Jazz Dock.
Trumpet player, composer and band leader Laco Deczi was born in Bernolakovo (close to Bratislava, Slovakia) in 1938. In 1960’s he was a member of Karel Velebny’s S+HQ. In 1970 he recorded his solo album “Sentimental Trumpet” with strings. As soloist he took part on the famous big band recording “Jazz Goes To Beat” by Vaclav Zahradnik. In the end of 1967 he founded his own Jazz Celula ensemble and since the beginning of 1970 he was a member of d the Czech Radio Jazz Orchestra (JOCR). He also made some duo recordings with the guitarist Sarka Dvorak and composed…
Music track with Roman Pokorny began in childhood. The music is intensely interested in three years and six years have played in the family band at various social occasions. First he studied playing drums, bass guitar when he chose as the main means of expression guitar. The student’s age was a member of various rock bands of local importance. Over time, completely failed, and influenced jazz guitarists like Jim Hall, Kenny Burrel, Wes Montgomery, Johnny Smith and Grant Green intensively studied harmony and everything with quality jazz music related.
Night Optician’s is an instrumental quintet composed of musicians whose starting point is partially jazz, partially classical music. The result is a sort of periphery or suburb of the jazz mainstream, a place lit with flashes of the resonance of the pulsing fevers of the metropolis, and breezes of the sombre surfaces of the forest pools. A neurotic’s meditation blends with the phlegmatic’s mad dash in a herbarium of half-forgotten animals.
VSOPTrio 2 is the latest project Karel Ruzicka Trio – Peter Kořínek – Josef Vejvoda. It combines three top jazz musicians experienced with two outstanding young soloist. This unique combination with its own repertoire is representative example of the possibility of intergenerational cooperation the Czech jazz scene.
Sunny Swing Quintet’s chamber music ensemble, composed of leading Czech jazz and swing musicians with long experience in well-known large orchestras. Represents a faithful interpretation of contemporary songs with the appropriate charge and nostalgia. Plays preferably acoustically. Singing on the period’s microphone is a small sound system amplifier apparatus. The repertoire consists of songs of early American jazz and dance music 20 to 30 years, but also the most famous Czech songs from the First Republic era. – Translated by Automatic service