Vadim Neselovsky | Solo on the piano
Are you a fan of Leopolis Jazz Fest (Lviv)? Or long dreamed of getting to this festival and always interrupted something? Do not mind Vadim Neselovsky was the headliner of the festival and very soon he will perform at the Urban Music Hall. And you do not have to go anywhere!
The Los Angeles Times praised his "unusual game," and "The Guardian" was named "the most promising young improviser". "All About Jazz" recognized the extraordinary versatility of Vadim and called him "a strong pianist and composer who in a new way combines form and freedom."
At one time Vadim became the youngest student who was accepted to the Odessa Conservatory. He then studied at the High School of Music in Essen (Germany); Vadim received jazz education at the prestigious Berkeley College (Boston, USA).
Vadim was so impressed by the then vice president of college Gary Burton, who was immediately invited to his ensemble "Generation". Vadim has become a regular member of this group, an arranger of many works performed by Burton. In 2009, Vadim received an invitation to become a full-time teacher at Berkeley College. As the media write, Neselovsky is the first in history to come from Ukraine, who received such a privilege.
And very soon we will be able to enjoy the incredible play of Neselovsky in his hometown - Odesa! Add to the pleasant May weather the unsurpassed solo on the piano, the company of close friends (the same devotees of jazz, as you), and the evening has already become an unforgettable one.
Waiting for you - it will be very jazz!