On the 17th of April, at 9 pm, Majamistry trio from Novi Sad will honor the Belgrade audience with a concert at Cultural Centre Grad (KC Grad).
In a slightly changed composition: Maja Alvanovic (piano), Ervin Malina (contrabass) and Lav Kovac
(drums), trio will announce their third album which will be released in the autumn
Critically acclaimed music of Majamistry trio is best
described as an outer journey (all about jazz) and definitely won’t leave you indifferent!
After two very successful albums “Mistyland” (2011
SKC, Novi Sad) and “Love” (Cosmic Sounds Records, 2014), trio
immediately drew attention for the original approach to composition and
arrangements. The classic approach to composition and piano playing, the
emotional charge close to the Scandinavian jazz production, and the recognizable
lyrical atmosphere advocated by the famous publisher ECM Records is the
starting point for new ventures of Majamistry trio.
The range of stylistic influences ranges from the famous guitarist Pete Metini to the dynamic and modern expression of Esbjorn Svenson Trio.
Majamisty Trio grew up in an authentic concert attraction after
numerous notable performances at Serbian jazz festivals and guest appearances
in international scenes, from Kiev and Sofia, to Vienna and London, great
reviews and reviews in the relevant foreign jazz media, and even successful
distribution of CDs in distant countries as Japan.
Tickets can be purchased at the price of 300 RSD, at the entrance of KC grad in 4 Brace Krsmanovica St.
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.