Jazz at Caprice Restaurant in Londa Hotel @17:00.
Ehud Ettun - double bass
Andreas Stefanou - drums
Leonid Nesterov - piano
The smooth sound of Jazz continues with Israel virtuoso bass player Ehud Ettun accompanied by Cyprus Jazz musicians Leonid Nesterov and Andreas Stephanou. They will be performing a heady mix of jazz styles, from swing to funk and ethnic jazz.
Ehud Ettun was born in Israel and started playing the piano at the age of six. When he was twelve, he picked up the guitar and played Israeli music in different young bands in Jerusalem. At the age of 16 Ettun was accepted to the Israeli Arts and Sciences Academy where he started studying the bass with maestro Michael Klinghoffer.
Ettun continued his studies at the Jerusalem Music Academy, and upon graduating, he received a scholarship to attend the New England Conservatory in Boston to pursue his master's degree.
At the Conservatory, Ettun studied with Donny Mccaslin, Fred Hersch, and others, receiving his master's degree in 2012. As a bandleader and composer, Ettun has released two albums.
Leonid Nesterov began his music career in Latvia and has lived in Limassol since 2010; he plays with different musicians around Cyprus sharing his passion for jazz performing with various musicians from Baltic States, Germany, Cyprus, Russia and Israel.
Andreas Stephanou is one of the best drummers in Cyprus. From the age of 9 he started to play percussion and since then plays live with various musical groups in band competitions, concerts and recordings. After his service in the military philharmonic orchestra he continued studying percussion with George Koulas. In 2007 Stephanou was accepted at the Rotterdam Conservatoire in Holland in Latin Jazz.
The concert will start at 17:00 in Londa’s Caprice Restaurant on Saturday 2nd March.
Ticket Price - 20 euro per person including a welcome drink (children 6-12 years € 10). Snacks and drinks menu will be available.
Reservation: Caprice at Londa, Tel: 25 865540
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