Classical jazz & Female singer
Reduta Jazz Club |
150 minutes |
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J. J. Jazzmen performed all around the world, in 2000 in Prague and Berlin with a ex co-player of Louis Armstrong, Joe Murany. In 2001, they were invited to the craddle of dixieland, New Orleans, to perform during the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
They often collaborate with wonderful young singer Barbora Vágnerová, and sometimes with special guests, including Denis Gordon in 2012 and 2013, Mike Fulton or Evan Christopher.
Jiří Masáček - trumpet
Josef Pospíšil - trombone, voc
Zdeněk Kalhous - piano
Jan Greifoner - bass
Miloš Kejř- drums
Barbora Vagnerová - voc
Martina Bárta - voc, special guest
Visit other jazz or blues concerts in Prague.
Reduta, settled in the heart of Prague, was founded in 1958, which makes it one of the three oldest jazz clubs in Europe. This culture venue is regularly visited by diplomats and politicians, together with tourists from around the world. Since its foundation the club has hosted tens of presidents from different countries, including Václav Havel, Václav Klaus, or Bill Clinton who had even played on his saxophone twice in here.
The current dramaturgy deploys all kinds of jazz production – starting with jazz and dixieland, followed by mainstream, contemporary jazz, funk, blues, and soul. The speciality of Reduta jazz club is also presenting big bands. The musical show starts usually at 9:30 PM and finishes around midnight – two and half hours of great music in a unique ambience.
For even better experience you can also purchase VIP tickets, which include the best seats where celebrities such as Madam Gucci or the singer Zaz once sat, special gift, and welcome drink. Moreover, together with an exceptional drink menu the bar offers you a draft beer straight from a saxophone. The whole time a wide menu of beverages is available in the club’s Saxophone Bar.