Carnegie Hall album RIVA Release Concert, October 24
I am beyond excited that I can invite you to the album release concert at Carnegie Hall on October 24th!
The whole band will be there: Ben Rosenblum on accordion, Mat Muntz on bass and Rogerio Boccato on percussion, including special guests:
- Hrvatska Ruza folklor
- Asaran Earth Trio
- Elijah Shiffer - saxophone
- Ben Sutin - violin
You can buy tickets here!
It's gonna be a night of celebration of music and I will even be bringing a piece of home - with Ruta association, there will be flowers made of wool from Cres island that will serve as music holders!
The album will be released for OneTrickDog* Records and the concert is organized by New York Artist Management.
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Renowned for her complex musical sensibility and supple sound, Croatian jazz vocalist Astrid Kuljanic has recently performed in Manhattan at Jazz Gallery, St. Peter's Church and New York Live Arts.
Whether interpreting American Songbook classics, jazz or Brazilian standards or delivering her original music or re-imagined folk songs with live electronics, Ms. Kuljanic envelopes audiences into her music.
In Eastern Europe she has performed at Lisinski Concert Hall Zagreb, Croatian House of Culture Rijeka, Stara Elektrarna, Ljubljana, and at the Maribor, Lent, and Europafest, Bucharest festivals. With her quintet "Mildreds" she has released two albums for the major Croatian label Aquarius Records, and is currently promoting her solo album "Manhattan Dream."
Ms. Kuljanic is founder and director of the Crescendo Music Festival, Cres, Croatia, which she established to showcase established and emerging musicians and local artists.
Astrid holds degrees from the University of Zagreb, Croatia, in chemical engineering, and from the Conservatory G. Tartini, Trieste, Italy, where she was a scholarship music student. There she began exploring electronic music with Klaus Gesing, and has since gone on to study with Theo Bleckmann and Gretchen Parlato at Manhattan School of Music.Source clubbonafide.com