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Black Light Theatre
Listen and Dine
Opera and ballet
Summer in Prague
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Black Light Theatre
Reduta Jazz Club |
150 minutes |
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Lubos Soukup is a Czech saxophonist, clarinetist and composer, who lives in Copenhagen (DK) from 2010. He was brought there by his wish to find a secret of Scandinavian jazz music. He is now coming back to the Czech Republic because of his concert tour and educational activities. He will introduce his Danish rhythmics with a special guest, phenomenal Czech guitar player and lecturer in the US, David Doruzka. You'll hear original songs of both L. Soukup and D. Doruzka.
Famous seats for the most respected guests
Welcome drink, consisting of prestigious Bohemia Sekt
Unique DVD "Tribute To the World Legends of Jazz"
The concert has two 15 minutes intermissions.
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In ancient Greece the "redutas" were the centres of fun and music. So it is with Reduta Jazz Club Prague! Enjoy the great atmosphere of first-rate Prague jazz concerts held here.
A specialty of Reduta Jazz Club is the introduction of big-bands, where you get wrapped up into the happenings on the stage and become a part of the orchestra. The Reduta Jazz Club first opened its door in 1957 as a small experimental stage. Local "text appeals" - improvisations of renowned actors soon became very popular. In 1958, a group of jazz enthusiasts opened a jazz club here thanks to slight loosening of political control of the communist regime. Reduta soon became a place where fun, and especially great jazz music, was a commonplace. In the 1970’s and 1980’s Reduta became a small oasis, a point of resistance against the rigid “normalization” regime. Dissidents and avant-garde artists gathered here, and frequent debates lasted long into the night.
Frequent jam sessions in Reduta Jazz Club were unforgettable, featuring Tony Scott, Acker Bilk, Chris Barber or the admirable Wynton Marsalis. After the Velvet Revolution in 1989, the club caught a second wind. The present dramaturgy deploys all genres of jazz production relying mostly on modern jazz, funky, fusion and blues, although the traditional dixieland is also given its due. Reduta Jazz Club also often introduces big-bands.
Music production usually starts at 9.30 pm ending after midnight.
The whole time a wide menu of beverages is available in the club’s Saxophone Bar.
The club is a smoking space with powerful air-conditoning