October28 2012 (Sun)
10:00 PM

Libor Šmoldas Rare Standards Quartet

Modern jazz

Jazz Dock | Jazz Music

120 minutes | Not available

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Date: October 28, 2012 | 22:00 (Sun)
Venue: Jazz Dock
Duration: 120 minutes
Status: Not available
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One of Europe's top jazz guitarists Libor Šmoldas performs in Jazz Dock

Besides leading Czech and European musicians, he has worked, toured and recorded with international stars such as bassists Jay Anderson and George Mraz, drummers Jeff Ballard and Adam Nussbaum, organists Sam Yahel, Ondřej Pivec and Brian Charette and legendary saxophonist Bobby Watson. Libor’s concert activities span four continents—Europe, the USA, Australia and China—in cities like New York, Dublin, Sydney, Beijing, Istanbul, Berlin, Amsterdam and London, in the world’s most prestigious jazz clubs like Pizza Express, Iridium, Dear Head Inn, Bennett’s Lane, Smalls and Blue Note. Libor has released multiple albums both as leader and sideman.

Libor is widely considered to be one of the best jazz musicians in the Czech Republic and a leading representative of his generation. Critics appreciate his smooth, melodic approach backed by his apparent love of jazz.

Libor Šmoldas – g, Mikuláš Pokorný – p, Taras Vološčuk – b, Daniel Šoltis – dr.

Jazz Dock´s ten meters long futuristic bar is full of traditional and proven drinks and cocktails as well as specialities and news for anyone with fantasy. You can enjoy also Jazz Dock kitchen´s delicatessen and treat yourself a tasty dinner, all the time during musical production. 

Important:

  • 20 min. intermission
  • The drinks and food are not included in the ticket price
  • The seats will be allocated to you by the promoter after the entry to the club
  • We recommend to arrive at least 30 min in advance

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