Tuesday Clubbing Autumn 2020

CD Club

Cankarjev dom, Ljubljana, Slovenia

20. oct Balkan Roots feat. Danny Grissett in Ameen Saleem + Emilia Mårtensson

Double concert

Balkan Roots feat. Danny Grissett in Ameen Saleem

Jaka Kopač, saxophone; Danny Grissett,piano; Ameen Saleem, bass; Vladimir Kostadinović, drums
This band is made thanks to the inspiration of the four musicians that wish to keep the tradition of jazz language. Their aim and goal is the progress of jazz music, but first of all, the approach to the every generation and all the jazz fans. Their arrangements and original songs are based on traditional mainstream and contemporary sound, influences of jazz Giants such as: Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Miles Davis, etc – with a lot of groove and a mix of modern sounds.

Emilia Mårtensson
Emilia Mårtensson, voice; Luca Boscagin, guitar; Fulvio Sigurta, trumpet, electonic; Miha Koren, bass; Kristijan Krajnčan, cello, drums
Emilia Mårtensson is a London based Swedish vocalist and composer of considerable repute. After her three latest album releases Emilia has built a well- deserved reputation as one of the most exciting vocalists on the UK Jazz scene and she was awarded  ‘Vocalist of the Year-2016′ at The Parliamentary Jazz Awards. Her gently expressive voice and highly personal compositions are firmly rooted within the folklore and countryside of her native southern Sweden, adding to the mystique and allure of a distinctive and truly original artist.


27. okt Bratko Bibič - Gostovanja: Hommage a cliché

Bratko Bibič, Paul Schuberth, accordion, vocals; Tomaš Novak, violin, vocals; Jelena Popržan,  viola, vocals; Elisa Lapan, Vasko Atanasovski, saxophones; Christopher Haritzer, clarinets; Eduardo Raon, pedal harp; Franz Haselsteiner, helicon bass keyboard accordion; Aleš Rendla, drums, percussion

Guests: Ana Kravanja , violin, vocals;  Samo Kutin, plucked stringsvocals; Tea Vidmar, vocals

The Tuesday Clubbing concert will mark the release of a new (double) album Gostovanja: Hommage à cliché (Klopotec) featuring live recordings of original compositions by accordionists Bratko Bibič, Otto Lechner and Paul Schuberth, as well as improvisations performed by different lineups of altogether nearly fifty musicians over the past five years. The concert repertoire will include music from the new album arranged for the featured configuration and conceptually divided into two sections: Harmonikarjenje (Accordion-playing) focused on accordion music and Obredovanja (Ritual-performing) giving prominence to solo and collective music-making and improvisations. As well as presenting some new works, the Tuesday concert will be spiced with improvisation.

3. 11: Feedback

Matej Magajne, kitara; Andrej Maver, bobni; Miloš Leban, klaviature; Andrej Klavžar, bas
First 20 Years and release of the new album

14. dec: LIUN & The Science Friction Band
Lucia Cadotsch aka LIUN, voice, synthesizer; Wanja Slavin, synthesizer; Dan Nicholls, keyboards; Lukas König, drums

LIUN – The Science Fiction Band meanders between dark, forceful beats and fragile melodic contours. Wanja’s complex, multilayered arrangements are contrasted with Lucia’s frank and translucent voice that cuts through the clutter. Their songs question societal norms of gender behaviour and reference strong-headed female artists and characters such as Kiddo, Foxy Brown or Princess Mononoke and Eleven.

Lucia Cadotsch has previously performed before the Ljubljana audiences with the bands Schneeweiss & Rosenrot (Kino Šiška) and Speak Low (Jazz Festival Ljubljana).

Photo: Emilia Mårtensson by Aljosa Videtic