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Nawlins Jazz Festival / Нуоланс Джаз фестиваль

Th 05/04/2018 19:00
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Nawlins Jazz Festival brings the jazz world TOP performers in Tallinn, Estonia!

Four LIVE Performances.
Four World Class Jazz Musicians.
Two FREE LIVE after-hour parties with amazing local musicians.
One Incredible House Band.
100% Modern Jazz!

See you on 5-6th April in Tallinn!

Get your tickets to the concerts below!

EVERETTE HARP is an American jazz, blues and gospel saxophonist who has performed on over 25 gold, platinum and multi-platinum CD-s.
Everette began practicing saxophone at the age of four. He was Anita Baker’s saxophonist for 6yrs, doing tours also with singers Sheena Easton, Kenny Loggins, Luther Vandross, George Duke, Al Jarreau and Marcus Miller.
He continues to record and tour as one of contemporary jazz’s top saxophonist.

PETER WHITE is is a smooth jazz and jazz fusion guitarist from England. He also plays the accordion and the piano. He is known for his 20-year collaboration with Al Stewart.
It was his ability to adapt his playing to multiple styles of music that got White noticed by British singer-songwriter Al Stewart—first as a pianist, then as a guitarist.
White’s own composed and recorded Caravan of Dreams album sold over 300,000 copies and by the early 2000s his shelf was bulging with awards for his virtuosic musicianship.

Paul Taylor is an American smooth jazz saxophonist who has released eleven albums since his debut On the Horn in 1995. From the start of his recording career, Taylor has created his ever cool deeply soulful and rhythmic trip-hop influenced sound by working with some of urban jazz and R&B’s top producers.
After over ten albums of non-stop hit making, thousands of charismatic performances worldwide and years of setting new standards for the sonic possibilities of contemporary urban jazz, Paul Taylor’s still got his antenna up – ready to pounce on, absorb and be inspired by every vibe he hears that’s fresh, hip and edgy.

is a Japanese keyboardist and composer, specializing in smooth jazz, jazz fusion and new-age music. Matsui's music is powerful and introspective, blending both Western and Eastern musical influences.
Twenty CDs, honored with an award for “Best Female Artist by National Smooth Jazz Award in USA. In November 2010 she made her highly anticipated debut at the Blue Note in NY, which was sold out. Keiko confirms her place as one of the most dynamic and important voices in instrumental music and assures us that her journey continues.


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