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Flow Now (Live At Daut Pashin Amam)

Flow Now (Live At Daut Pashin Amam) by Simon Kiselicki buy album

Simon Kiselicki

Label: DMA Music
Released: 2016
Views: 195

Track Listing

01 - Flow Now 02 - Love On The Pier, How In-Sensitive 03 - Round Midnight 04 - In-Sim 05 - Intro Two, Dear Alice 06 - Za Divna 07 - A Night In Tunisia 08 - Besame Mucho, Pajdusko 09 - Zajdi zajdi

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Simon Kiselicki (piano)

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Flow Now is a live solo performance having taken place in Macedonia's historical monument Daut Pashin Amam. It was the first official jazz solo performance to have taken place in Daut Pashin Amam, which usually only hosts classical performances. In the hour and a half long performance, Kiselicki presents a majorly improvised repertoire, exploring his compositions and jazz standards from the perspective of the present; raw, honest, fluid, and sensitive to the essence of the 'now'. Unaware of what the concert will reveal, Simon enters unprepared, intentionally not having 'practiced' a week beforehand- only having 'played'.


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