4th East European Jazz Festival Continues this Weekend

Enjoy performances by musicians from across "Eastern Block"

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4th East European Jazz Festival

Nikola Kodjabashia

Vladimir Miller

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The 4th East European Jazz Festival continues this Friday and Saturday, November 11 annd 12, at the Jazz Café POSK in Hammersmith's King Street.

November 11 - Kodjabashia and Foltin group - Goce Stevkovski

Nikola Kodjabashia is a Macedonian London based musician and considered to be one of the most eminent representatives of the Balkan and Eastern European musical avant-guard today.

FOLTIN is undoubtedly one of the top and most original bands from the Balkans in the past 15 years. Foltinʼs music is surreally retro, contemporary witty, melancholic
but most of all passionate and unpredictable with a frantic dance undertone.

November 12 - Vladimir Miller Band

Vladimir Miller is a pianist, composer and band leader of Russian extraction based in London, England. He is also a director of the critically acclaimed Moscow Composers Orchestra and runs his own Vlad Miller Quartet. He collaborates with singer Helen McDonald in Helen McDonald and the Descendants (formerly London Bridge Ensemble) and performs with a range of singers and instrumentalists in duo settings.

The jazz festival continues until November 19 and you can find the full programme here.

All the performances begin at 8.30pm and tickets cost between £6 and £8.

The Jazz Cafe Posk is at 238 - 246 King Street.


November 11, 2011