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Course for future jazzmen opens

THE SLOVAK Jazz Association will hold the Summer Jazz Workshop 2004 between July 5 and 9, at the Nivy House of Culture in Bratislava.
Those interested in learning and improving jazz interpretation will be led by acclaimed Slovak musicians such as Gabriel Jonáš, Dušan Húščava, and Juraj Burian, playing piano, drums, double bass, guitar, and saxophone. Vocalists Peter Lipa, Zuzana Suchánková, and Berco Balogh will teach singing.

THE SLOVAK Jazz Association will hold the Summer Jazz Workshop 2004 between July 5 and 9, at the Nivy House of Culture in Bratislava.

Those interested in learning and improving jazz interpretation will be led by acclaimed Slovak musicians such as Gabriel Jonáš, Dušan Húščava, and Juraj Burian, playing piano, drums, double bass, guitar, and saxophone. Vocalists Peter Lipa, Zuzana Suchánková, and Berco Balogh will teach singing.

For the first time in its history, the workshop will also focus on percussion under the leadership of Eddy "Uribe" Portella from the Mango Molas band.

For more information on the workshop email sjs@gti.sk, or call at 0903/464-265.

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