Belgrade Youth Center presents, from 25th to 29th October 2018, 34th Belgrade Jazz Festival with the slogan NO LIMITS

Last year's edition of the Belgrade Jazz Festival under the slogan Jazz Visions has been the most artistically daring since its re-establishing in 2005 with a line up that included not just the most established, but the most innovative world jazz scene names. This year we set the bar higher, because jazz itself went much further up - in 21st century, it goes beyond genre or territory boundaries: we present to you no limits jazz!

The global jazz scene today is more daring, entertaining and diverse than ever! You can find diligent new jazz names virtually all across the planet wherever there is music and the artists feel more than ever the liberty to combine existing, create new genres, push the boundaries. Your physical location doesn't matter anymore as long as you create new music: if you are truly creative and have what to say, you will find the way to your audience - today, someone always listens to you! Welcome to the no limits jazz era!
This is why the latest edition of the Belgrade Jazz Festival offers the most intriguing artists of international and local jazz scene. This year's Festival will be, as usual, a five-day event with traditional double bill program every night, presenting bands and artists from all over the world: Fish in Oil, special guest Marc Ribot (Serbia/USA), Ben Wendel Seasons Band (USA), Jensen Sisters: Infinitude (Canada), LAN Trio (Portugal / Norway / UK),  Marco Mezquida (Spain), Omer Avital Qantar (Israel), Miklós Lukács Trió – Cimbiózis (Hungary), The Necks (Australia),  Julia Hülsmann Octet (Germany), Big Band RTS feat. Bobby Shew (Srbija/USA), Jimi Tenor & Band (Finland), Kompost 3 (Austria),  Youn Sun Nah Quintet (South Korea), Chucho Valdés Jazz Batá (Cuba), Cortex (Norway), The Thing (Sweden/Norway),  Kurt Elling Quintet (USA), Enrico Rava Quintet feat. Joe Lovano (Italy/USA), Irina Karamarković (Serbia), Uroš Spasojević Project (Serbia), Uglješa Novaković Quintet (Serbia).


Info: www.bjf.rs