Azerbaijani artist to preform Istanbul
ISTANBULRenowned Azerbaijani pianist, composer and singer Aziza Mustafa Zadeh, known as the Princess of Jazz, will perform at Istanbul’s Cemal Reşit Rey (CRR) Concert Hall on June 9.
Zadeh, who has been the center of worldwide attention with her fusion and jazz pieces, will present an evening on her piano, enchanting listeners with her powerful voice.
Ralf Cetto on bass and Simon Zimbardo on drums will accompany the Azerbaijani artist during the concert. The artist will also interpret famous Turkish folk poet Aşık Veysel’s piece “Uzun İnce Bir Yoldayım” (The Day and Night).
Born in 1969 in Baku, Zadeh released her debut album, “Aziza Mustafa Zadeh,” in 1991. Her second album, “Always,” won her the Phono Academy Prize, a prestigious German music award, and the Echo Prize from Sony.
She has since performed in many countries with many jazz and traditional luminaries and released several more albums, the most recent being “Contrasts II,” released in 2007.
Tickets for the concert are available on Biletix.