Dom Omladine will host the 35th Belgrade Jazz Festival from 22 to 27 October under the slogan “Jazz Jubilee”.
The programme of this year’s Festival is adapted to a special and celebratory occasion: instead of 5, the Festival will last 8 days – the regular days of the program plus an introductory programme with DJ, a total of almost 30 concerts and a series of accompanying events.
The Festival will begin with one of the audience’s favourites – Nicola Conte, the famous Italian musician, who performed with great success at the very first festival. This time around, he will perform as a DJ on October 21st, at 9 pm, in the central hall of Dom Omladine. A limited number of tickets are on sale at the box office Ticket Vision, at a special price of only 300 dinars.
Nicola Conte is more than just a DJ: he is an institution in its own right when it comes to jazz combined with “clubbing”. Born in Bari and educated as a classical musician, he was a member of the famous The Fez Collective.
Extraordinarily talented, Conte quickly became a leader of the emerging mini-movement, recording the singles Jet Sounds and Bossa for Two. In the following years, Conte became a globally acclaimed musician, with numerous performances all over the world, including Belgrade, where he debuted in 2003 (along with Gilles Peterson).
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