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Warsaw Summer Jazz Days Part 2
July 9, 2008    wersja polska »
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After concerts by jazz greats such as Kenny Garrett, Pat Metheny, Bobby McFerrin and the Branford Marsalis Quartet, the second part of the Warsaw Summer Jazz Days festival is an opportunity to get to know lesser-known contemporary jazz musicians from Ukraine, Slovakia, Greece, Austria, Poland, and Romania. These artists will play during special national jazz days, which for some years now have become a tradition of the Warsaw Summer Jazz Days festival. The majority of these concerts will be played in the open air. The festival's organizer is the Mariusz Adamiak concert agency. The festival runs until July 21.

Festival events
July 11-Slovak Day (Nothing But Swing, Peter Solarik Project), 9 p.m.-Bemowo Amphitheater

July 12-Greek Day (Drum Freaks, Apostolis Anthymos Quartet, Mode Plagal), 2 p.m.-Bemowo Amphitheater

July 13-Polish Day (Maciej Obara Trio, Sławek Jaskółke Trio, Baaba, Marcin Olak Trio, Pink Freud, Mp3), 2 p.m.-Palladium

July 18-Austrian Day (Ghost3io), 7 p.m.-Bemowo Amphitheater

July 19-Warsaw Electronic Festival, 2 p.m.-Time Cafe

July 20-Romanian Day, 2 p.m.-Bemowo Amphitheater

July 21-Miklosz Deki Tureja Violin Virtuoso and Family, Motema Africa, 7 p.m.-Bemowo Amphitheater

For more details visit: www.adamiakjazz.pl
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