The September edition of Nisville Jazz Festival

The September edition of Nišville Jazz Festival, which begins today, September 17, includes numerous free events for a limited number of fans and will last until Sunday. This was said at the joint press conference of the mayor of Niš, Dragana Sotirovski and the director of Nišville, Ivan Blagojević.

Mayor Sotirovski said that most of the events at Nišville, Filmski susreti, Likovna kolonija and Književna kolonija Sićevo have been postponed, while the director of the Festival, Ivan Blagojević, confirmed that only the main programme of the festival was postponed, while side programmes will take place.

After the Nisville 2020 ONLINE edition, which took place on the summer stage in the Nis Fortress from 13 to 16 August, without the public, live online via the Nišville channel, the September edition will be open to a limited number of people, in accordance with the COVID protection measures.

The musical programmes, for a total of 24 concerts, will be performed on two stages.

Also, the Nišville Lifetime Achievement Award will be given to the famous jazz pianist, composer, arranger, jazz promoter, jazz historian and essayist Miloš Krstić at the Niš Town Hall.

Concerts on the Youth Stage” (from 19:00 to 23:00)

Thursday 17th September

Nisville Youth Arkestra

Milan Petković Quartet

Friday 18th September

Nisville Jazz for Kids / El Mejor


LAB Organ Trio

Saturday 19th September

Čarobna Nota children’s choir

JAIN Project (Jazz and Interculturalism) International youth jazz project (Albania, Italy and Serbia) funded by the EACEA “Creative Europe” programme

Sunday 20 September

Johny Quartet

South Rail Messengers

Artan Lili

The Welcome Stage programme

Thursday 17th September

17:00 Godina konja

18:00 Oposite Way

Friday 18th September

17:00 Hot Spot

18:00 Paradox

Saturday 19th September

17:00 Rusty Strings

18:00 Tomycoustic

Sunday 20 September

17:00 TUNE

18:00 Mokri Jazz

(Blic, 16.09.2020)

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