However, the Five Quarters Quintet , a group of young Tartu men gathered for the extra festival , pays homage to John Leslie “Wes” Montgomery – a guitarist who has influenced musicians around the world, including Pat Metheny, who recently celebrated his 60th anniversary last spring. finally gave a long-awaited concert in Estonia within the framework of Jazzkaar .
D’n’B, indie, pop, soul, new winds and jazz intertwine into a delicious and captivating mouthful of the live- d’n’b SoundHouse, the bloody Tartu youth group Innersound, the already mentioned circus and three very different but undeniably known and loved in the Estonian music world – through Villu Veski, Sofia Rubina and Sander Mölder or Cyber Café .
But let’s start from the beginning – the (alternative) blues reminiscent of the origins of jazz will sound immediately at the opening concert of the festival, when Tartu duo Andres Roots & Raul Terep will perform a delta blues mixed with swing and instrumental rock from the sixties.
In addition to the concerts of the main program, there is also an additional program, ID + , which received a warm reception in previous years , which offers a rhythm school for children during the day and introduces young Tartu musicians to the listeners. Music lovers of all ages are welcome to participate! The ID + program is constantly being updated.
Already now, the favorable festival passes created for extra fans can also be purchased through Piletilevi . Passports are only available in a small port and are in circulation until 1 October or until they run out. Tickets for separate stages are also available for those interested in Piletilevi.
IDeeJazz invites: “Come listen to good music, get warm emotions and think nice thoughts!”
See you in Tartu from October 31 to November 2!