Countdown starts for Zorlu Jazz Festival

Countdown starts for Zorlu Jazz Festival

Countdown starts for Zorlu Jazz Festival

The second edition of the Zorlu PSM Jazz Festival will be organized from May 2 to May 13, featuring blues, electronic, world, funk, indie, classic, pop and rock under the roof of jazz. 

Along with concerts, the event will also present concept parties, panel discussions, workshops and film and documentary screenings. 

Among the festival highlights, Spanish violinist Ara Malikian, known as one of the most famous violinists of our day, will take the stage on the opening day of the festival on May 2. 

The most renowned singer and songwriter of Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of the greatest and most popular music artists in the Balkans, Dino Merlin, will perform on May 3. 

Merlin’s latest album “Hotel Nacional” (2014) was featured upon release in the top 10 of the Billboard World Albums list. 

He is the author of the lyrics for the first official national anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina, “Jedna si Jedina” (Our One and Only). An award-winning musician and humanitarian, he is also the president of the Association of Composers and Music Artists in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is the umbrella organization for the protection of music copyright in Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

The Australian Pink Floyd Show, which have gained their worldwide reputation by interpreting all-time favorite Pink Floyd songs, will be on stage for two nights on May 8 and 9. 

Also, a tribute concert to the late diva Cesaria Evora, Karsu Plays Atlantic Records special project, made for the memory of the founder of Atlantic Records, Ahmet Ertegün and Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, Jack Wolf, Hug Coltman, Stacey Kent, and Kerem Görsev Quartet will be among the other performances and artists on stage at the Zorlu PSM during the festival.