Jazz Spectacle of the ‘Džezva & Džezvica’ Quartet / Doček 7529

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The singer Svetlana Palada, double bass player Fedor Ruškuc, guitarist Vladimir Jakovljević and drummer Nenad Kojić, all excellent jazz musicians, have been playing together for over 20 years now, in different arrangements. They share love towards the same music genre, but also towards one another. That’s why they gathered in the Rumenka Cultural Station on this occasion.

The audience will have an opportunity to enjoy the performance of this fantastic quartet, ‘Džezva & Džezvica’, within Doček 7529, which will be held online, on the new platform Visit Novi Sad, on 13 January. The concert will start at 9 p.m.

Citizens of Novi Sad celebrate Doček for the fourth time, within the concept of two calendars, two ways of calculating time, on 31 December and 13 January. This year, the European Capital of Culture opted for an alternative – online form of the programme. Therefore, the violinist Stefan Milenković, Vasil Hadžimanov, Camerata Academica, Električni Orgazam, Buč Kesidi, a young violinist Lana Zorjan, Novi Sad Brass Quintet and the sopran Vitkay-Kucsera Ágota with the pianist Jelena Simonović Kovačević, will perform on 13 January.

Furthermore, the Serbian rapper Filip Arsenijević, who will perform in an innovative arrangement called ‘Surreal & Beyond’, the musician Marko Arsenijević alias Kick Kong, ‘Sveti Stefan Dečanski’ choir with the ‘Orfelin’ string orchestra, will also perform on 13 January, while the youngest ones will have an opportunity to enjoy the opera for children by the ‘Visoko C’ Association of Artists.