Frontman.cz celebrated Czech music

It is always possible to come up with the original way to celebrate something, presented last Thursday by music magazine Frontman.cz. At the Jazz Dock in Prague, he organized a sensational party to mark the 5th anniversary of his existence. The event had a joke and a fall, and it was definitely not a lot of spectacularly spectacular outbursts.

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Michael Landau: One of the best concerts

Seldom happens to make sense of today it might not be bad before a concert eventually felt like I was at one of the best concerts in my life. It's rare, but in the case of Michael Landau's concert and his Liquid Quartet it's happened!

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The drummer elite heads to Prague

From 21 to 25 April, the Jazz Dock Club will host for the fourth time festival, devoted to the theme of a jazz instrument. This time, the drums are the theme! Also this year we can look forward to big stars of the world scene. The world's best quality drummers will perform: Omar Hakim, JoJo Mayer, Mark Guiliana or Brian Blade.

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Jazz Dock Jazz invites to Jazz of Four Continents

A regular cycle of concerts of artists from four continents has begun in Prague's Jazz Dock club its new year in January. Genre include Jazz Four Continents among the most varied music shows, during the first quarter of this year, it will be a jazz, blues, rock, chanson and African rhythm club.

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David Koller sold out for four days Jazz Dock

David Koller, with his band as an acoustic tour of many Czech cities, docked in the Jazz Dock in Prague. The audience listened to his songs in a special arrangement.

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Uncompromising Julian Lage and sold out Jazz Dock

Better opening of the festival Jazz of Four Continents we could not even wish. For the first time, Julian Lage, one of the most outstanding guitarists of the day, came to Prague.

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Musicweb: Jazz Dock presents own orchestra!

The Jazz Dock Smichov Club is coming with a new year with an interesting novelty. He plans to keep his own jazz big band, which will regularly perform in the club with both the author's and the repertoire.

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Czech Radio: Concerts of the Year in Jazz Dock

Czech Radio Jazz has included several of our concerts from the Jazz of Four Continents cycle between the forthcoming musical events of the year!

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FMZine: Luboš Soukup - New CD and the comfort of jazz

Saxophonist Lubos Soukup, who lives in Denmark, made two local and one Swedish co-starring album The Earth. Launched in Jazz Dock, a friendly atmosphere, the comfort of jazz.

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Musicweb: Medeskiho Mad Skillet - review

The concert of John Medeski's new project was divided into two parts, but they were very different. The show ended at midnight and left behind an exhilarated, almost completely filled hall of the Prague Jazz Dock.

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The Telegraph: Prague’s hottest jazz club

Opened in early 2009, this is surely Prague’s hottest new jazz club. Situated right on the Vltava, this venue is airy, modern and slick by the city’s standards – but still intimate enough that there are no bad seats and you’ll likely find yourself chatting with the bass player at the bar if that’s your bag.

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The top top band launched Funk You!

The Prague Jazz Dock shuddered this week as the Top Dream Company sold out the club and served the fans with a three-hour charge of an old-fashioned feature selection. It was an extraordinary evening because they celebrated the thirtieth anniversary of their creation and christened a new vinyl album.

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Music from India and Iran sounded at Jazz Dock

The Bansal Bandu Concert, led by Indian violinist Harpreet Bansal, featured music in the Jazz Dock in Prague, based on the deep melodic-rhythmic tradition of the Nordic Race.

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FMZine: Luiza Meiodavila Quartet

August summer night, after the rainy day Brazilian rhythms are balm on the soul ... Vltava flows through the windows lazily, no wildlife takes place on the podium of the Prague Jazz Dock. Luiza Meiodavila presented not only her first Florescer, but also some Brazilian evergreens ...

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Fotoreport: Carla Bley

Carla Bley's leading American jazz composer, pianist, organist and bandleader is one of the legends of free jazz of the 1960s. She gained popularity especially with her jazz opera Escalator Over The Hill.

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Jazz Fuel: Interview with Jakub Zitko

Interview with Dramaturge Jazz Dock for the prestigious music server Jazz Fuel.

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Bill Frisell and Kenny Wollesen sold out Jazz Dock

The Prague Jazz Dock in its glass walls this year features several of its own but also a series of partnerships, including Saxophone Days, Young are tuning Jazz (and his Jazzbit siblings) and the Jazz of Four Continents. It was in the last mentioned that guitar mage Bill Frisell and his longtime drummer Kenny Wollesen. That the concert was not going to be quite jazz, it had to be clear to everyone who knew Frisell's work a little.

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Saxophonist Joe Lovano acted as an embodiment of American jazz

It could have been an ordinary evening. American saxophonist Joe Lovano on Wednesday brought to the Prague club Jazz Dock the most traditional set of all his Czech visits so far. In the quartet with piano, double bass and drums he played one long set ...

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Radio 1: Jazz of 4 Continents

In the Jazz Four Continents series, Bill Frisell, Jeff "Tain" Watts, Joey DeFrancesco, or John Patitucci will play in Jazz Dock!

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RTV Plus: The architectural gem of the Prague riverbanks

The most prestigious and liveliest jazz club in the Czech Republic is considered to be the architectural gem of the Prague Ravens. We looked closer to his unique interior design.

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