Vlado Džihan is closing 19th Jazz Fest with a big ensemble on Sunday

Within 19th Jazz Fest Sarajevo on Sunday 8 November at BKC, Bosnian and Herzegovenian artist Vlado Džihan is going to introduce his current project Edgar Tones, together with a big orchestra and a total of 19 musicians on stage.

Beside the vocal trio The Su’sis and Austrian part of the ensemble with trumpeter Markus Pechman, saxophonist Martin Harms and drummer Alex Pohn, Džihan will also be joined on stage by a horn section of young musicians from the region representing the new generation: from Slovenia Tomaž Gajšt, Vid Žgajner, Jaka Kopač and Blaž Trček, from Serbia Aleksandar Arsić, from Bosnia and Herzegovina Vanja Rupar, from Croatia Vojkan Jocić, from Macedonia Trajče Velkov and Kiril Kuzmanov and the young trumpeter Nikola Mirosavić, a participant of this year’s Music Meeting, the educational program of Jazz Fest.

As special guests of the concert, Bosnian and Herzegovenian guitarist Dino Šukalo, pianist Adis Sirbubalo and bassist Edvin Hadžić will join the ensemble on stage.

19 musicians for the closing of 19th Jazz Fest promise an interesting performance that will introduce the audience to the “sophisticated but fierce, emotional and daring, classic with an electronic twist” world of sound, rhythm, colors and glitter.

“We will take the audience back to the time of The Great Gatsby, then decadent parties and sweet life itself” said Edgar Tones & The Su’sis.

The concert starts at 20.30, tickets can be bought at the box office at BKC from 12.00h.

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