Autumn Musical Triplet
Oktober - december 2014
Music from around the world features each autumn on the large stage of Kulturni Dom Nova Gorica. The Autumn Musical Triplet Festival brings a fresh, interesting, exciting and varied mix of music, ranging from jazz to blues and spiritual, also performed by a few musicians from our lands.
Saturday, 25 October 2014, 11.00 a.m.
Small Theatre of Kulturni dom Nova Gorica
KARLHEINZ "CARLITOS" MIKLIN & QUINTETO ARGENTINA (Austria, Argentina)
Karlheinz Miklin, tenor, alt & soprano saxophone, bass clarinet, flute
Hernan Jacinto, piano
Marcelo Mayor, guitar
Alejandro Herrera, electric guitar
Pocho Lapouble, drums
Mario Gusso, congas, percussions
The Austrian-Argentinian jazz group is celebrating its 30 years of existence in 2014. They have been regularly performing in concerts and major jazz festivals across South America and Europe ever since their founding. They have also made many recordings for radio and television. Karlheinz Miklin and Quinteto Argentina will perform for the audience in Nova Gorica for the first time. The concert has been organised in cooperation with Controtempo of Cormons and the Jazz & Wine Peace Festival.
In collaboration with the association Controtempo Cormons (Italy) – festival Jazz & Wine of Piece
Sreda, 26. november 2014, ob 20.15
Velika dvorana Kulturnega doma Nova Gorica
ERIC SARDINAS & BIG MOTOR
Thursday, 18 March 2014, 8.15 p.m.
Large Theatre of Kulturni dom Nova Gorica
Big band NOVA
Damijan Valentinuzzi, Conductor
Arrangements: Anže Vrabec
The genre with Latin-American and Afro-American influences, usually performed by large church choirs or experienced singers, with occasional accompanying by piano, organ, drums or guitars, will be performed in Nova Gorica in a slightly different manner. Arranger, director and keyboard player Anže Vrabec has written a considerable amount of arrangements for gospel songs that will be performed by Big Band NOVA and the frisky Singgirls, a spin-off of the Youth Choir of Šempeter-Vrtojba directed by Mojca Maver Podbersič and the renowned gospel singer Sherrita Durran, originally from California, but living for many years in Italy. After studying classical singing, she ventured with success into jazz, gospel and pop. She boasts a warm and colourful voice with a velvety timber and a great range, in addition to perfectly developed technique. The famous Italian musical critic Mario Luzzatto Fegiz has defined Sherrita's voice as an ‘acrobatic’ soprano, with the ability of natural blending belcanto and pristine black music.