jazzahead! is one of the largest and most significant jazz events of the year in the world that takes place in Bremen, Germany.

Ukraine at jazzahead! 2024

In 2024 Ukraine will be presented by electro-acoustic ensemble DZ’OB in the showcase program at jazzahead!  

There will be also 2 collaboration projects presented: GANNA ensemble (DE/UA) and jazz ensemble O.N.E (PL/UA).  

jazzahead! will take place from 11 to 13 April 2024. This year’s partner country is the Netherlands. The complete list of all showcase acts – the European Showcases, the German Jazz Expo, the Overseas Showcases and the Dutch Showcases – is to be found here.

Accreditation for media representatives is now open.

The participation of Ukrainian musicians is provided in cooperation with the Ukrainian Institute. 

Ukraine at jazzahead! 2023

For the second time Ukraine was successfully presented at the international fair, conference and showcase festival jazzahead! in Bremen with the national stand, exhibition “Ukrainian jazzmen at war”, panel discussion in the frame of the conference as well as 13 Ukrainian delegates to promote Ukrainian jazz scene.

The total number of registered trade participants was around 2,800, an increase from last year. A total of 428 musicians played in the festival programme of 36 showcase concerts plus the big CLUBNIGHT at venues right across the city on the Friday evening. The concerts attracted a total of around 5,500 visitors. 

We were happy to host a panel discussion on Evolution of Ukrainian jazz scene together with Oleksij Kogan, Viktor Ovchinnikov, Mariana Bondarenko and Kateryna Ziabliuk, moderated by Asia Pieczykolan, our Polish partner from Jazz Forum magazine. We presented Jazz Forum’s special edition on Ukraine as well as shaped the important features of jazz industry in Ukraine in retrospective of recent decades as well as focusing on the current state and the strong will of jazz musicians and representatives of music infrastructure to continue an active cultural life despite of the war. Thus, we engaged international partners in participance in Ukrainian festivals as well as join the programs of local jazz clubs and venues.  

One of the highlights of this event was the visit of Minister of Culture of Germany Claudia Roth to Ukrainian stand, where head of Ukrainian delegation Mariana Bondarenko presented the exhibition “Ukrainian jazzmen at war”, delegates from Ukraine and materials from Ukrainian local partners offered at the stand. Mrs. Claudia Roth expressed her deepest condolescence on the loss of Serhij Artemov, Ukrainian jazzmen from Dnipro who died in Bakhmut a week before jazzahead!.  

It has become a good tradition of two delegation’s meeting: Ukraine and Europe Jazz Network board members. For the second time this meeting took place where Ukrainian delegates presented their ideas and recent achievements and made proposals for further international cooperation to EJN members. EJN board members offered spreading information from UA delegates through their newsletter and offered support in further intense integration of UA jazz scene in European jazz community. The results of this fruitful meeting will come up soon.  

Ukraine at the showcase festival jazzahead!
Ukraine at the showcase festival jazzahead!
Ukraine at the showcase festival jazzahead!
Ukraine at the showcase festival jazzahead!
Ukraine at the showcase festival jazzahead!

Minister of Culture of Germany Claudia Roth visited Ukrainian stand, where head of Ukrainian delegation Mariana Bondarenko presented the exhibition “Ukrainian jazzmen at war”.

Photo – Arkady Mitnik.

Ukrainian delegates at jazzahead! 2023

This year Ukraine was presented at jazzahead! by 13 delegates: artists, music journalists, producers, festival directors and a jazz photographer.

Listen to this year’s Ukrainian delegates on YouTube.

  • Oleksij Kogan

Radio journalist, producer and art director of the Jazz in Kiev center, art director of the Leopolis Jazz Fest, holder of Poland’s highest cultural award, the Order for Merit for Polish Culture. Since 1991, he has hosted over 10,000 radio programs on radio stations Promin, Continent, Nostalgie, Supernova, Music Radio, Era FM and online radio Aristocrats, Old Fashioned Radio. Currently he is working on the jazz radio program “Music Lover’s Hour” on radio Promin. 

  • Viktor Ovchynnikov

Booking and programming manager of the International Jazz Festival “Leopolis Jazz Fest” in Lviv, Ukraine, which is one of the largest – 5-days on 3 stages – and famous open-air jazz festivals in Eastern Europe. 

  • Mariana Bondarenko 

Jazz program manager at Ukrainian Institute in Kyiv 

  • Ganna Gryniva

Ukrainian singer and composer based in Berlin. Since 2014 she combines reinterpretations of old Ukrainian folk songs with improvised music and jazz with her ethnic jazz quintet GANNA and with a solo performance for loops and electronics. Today Gryniva is considered “one of the most impressive singers and musicians of the European jazz and world music scene” (Mirjam Jessa, ORF). Her new album HOME was celebrated by the music press as “album of the year 2022” (Ulrich Habersetzer, DLF Kultur) and “jazz highlight of the year” (Roland Spiegel, Bayerischer Rundfunk). 

Kateryna Ziabliuk – pianist, improviser, composer, co-founder of the Meloport – Ukrainian media about improvised music. In her work, she is interested in mixing composition and free improvisation by using elements of traditional music and exploring the cultural and historical heritage of her homeland. 

  • Andrij Pokaz

Andrii PokazUkrainian pianist and composer. Band leader of Pokaz trio Odesa based jazz trio. Professor in Odesa National Music Academy. 

Listen to: YouTube Spotify 

  •  Anastasia Pokaz

Anastasiia Pokaz has a background as a jazz promoter, creative director, band manager, and jazz singer in Odesa, Ukraine. Currently located in Berlin and works as a creative producer and part of the communication team for XJAZZ! FESTIVAL Berlin. Now producing an audio-visual multigenre project “RAY”, that includes Ukrainian and German musicians and a famous contemporary ballet team from Ukraine “Apache Crew”. 

Tamara Lukasheva is Ukrainian- German jazz singer, composer and bandleader. Jazz Prize City Cologne 2018, WDR Jazz Prise 2021 in category composition. 

LAURA MARTI is a jazz, ethnic and pop singer, composer, actress and model. She was awarded “Singer of the Year” by “ELLE Style Awards”. Her project SHINE was nominated for “Project of the Year».  In 2022 she was awarded the Grand PRIX at international competition «Ladies Jazz» in Poland. 

  •  Volodymyr Kaminskyj

Personal Manager – Laura Marti Project. Worked as a Production Manager of Leopolis Jazz Fest and is one of the founders of the Jazz in Kyev Agency and the Festival of the same name. 

Grown up in Kyiv, Ukraine, for the last 28 years Arkady Mitnik lives in the Netherlands. Being a professional jazz photographer, he is very active in promoting Ukrainian Jazz worldwide and keeps strong connections with a variety of musical venues and festivals in Ukraine.  

  • Olga Kovalevska

Director of music agency “Urban Lys”, music journalist, art manager and promoter.  

  • Nataliia Druhak 

Communications Manager at the Ukrainian Institute in Germany 

Україна на міжнародному джазовому шоукейс-фестивалі jazzahead!

Programme 2023

“Jazz from Ukraine” – Stand B602  

Exhibition UA jazzmen at war –Stand 6B02 

“Ukrainian jazzmen at war” is a photo project that aims to tell the stories of famous jazz musicians who joined the Armed Forces of Ukraine with weapons in their hands. Among them are Volodymyr Likhoshva, Olexander Lebedenko, Mark Tokar, Danylo Vinarikov, Oleksander Remez and others.  

The project presents photos of the musicians: one from their pre-war life featuring their active concert and festival activities, the other from their current military life. While exploring the history of each musician, you can also listen to their music via QR codes on their music resources.  

The project was initiated by the Ukrainian Institute and was produced in partnership with Jazzography.in.ua.  

Friday, 28.04. 14.45 – 15:30   

podium discussion at the conference  

“Evolution of Ukrainian Jazz Scene (from 1992 till nowadays):  

joining world jazz community. Current state of music industry in Ukraine in the war time.”  


Oleksij Kogan (radio moderator, artistic director of Leopolis Jazz Fest),  

Victor Ovchynnikov (booking manager at Leopolis jazz fest),

Kateryna Ziabliuk (jazz pianist, publicist at Meloport),  

Mariana Bondarenko (jazz music manager at Ukrainian Institute in Kyiv). 

Presentation and further Q&A to discover realities as well as outstanding features and personalities in modern Ukrainian jazz scene. The talk is on new cooperation opportunities on the level of musicians, festivals, jazz venues, institutions etc. and discuss current state of music industry in the war time. 

Saturday, 29.04 at 17:00  

Polish-Ukrainian reception on stands 6B02 and 6B08.   

We are welcoming international music industry representatives to meet Ukrainian delegates and to ask them everything you wanted to know about Ukrainian jazz scene and cooperation opportunities. 

Cooperation opportunities

Exhibition “Ukrainian jazzmen at war” at your festival of venue 

Photo project “Ukrainian jazzmen at war” features stories of prominent Ukrainian jazzmen who are now defending our country with weapons in their arms. It shows the life on the stage of each musician before the war, and their current life in the war time. More information here. It is a mobile exhibition that consists of 5 banners, if you find this content relevant, please contact [email protected]  

We are looking for concert partners for Project «Africa» other Laura Marti concert projects in Europe, the U.S. and other countries around the world. 

LAURA MARTI is a jazz, ethnic and pop singer, composer, actress and model. She was awarded “Singer of the Year” by “ELLE Style Awards”. Her project SHINE was nominated for “Project of the Year». In 2022 she was awarded the Grand PRIX at international competition «Ladies Jazz» in Poland. 

We are ready to negotiate with concert promoters, festival organizers, concert directors, concert agencies, owners of concert venues, clubs and other venues.  

Project Africa 

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Contact person Volodymyr Kaminskyy: [email protected]  +380 67 828 3682 

(Old Ukrainian Christmas Music + Jazz + Traditional Wind Instruments) 

Tour dates 12-19.12.2023 and around.

It is a special project of the famous Ukrainian virtuoso and collector of various traditional wind instruments – Maksym Berezhniuk and the award-winning Berlin-based ethno-jazz quartett LELÉKA. Together in December 2023 they will present a new concert program of Ukrainian Christmas music, where old traditional songs and instruments largely unknown by the majority can be experienced. Their album release concert tour will take place in Germany and Lichtenstein from December 12 to 19. A couple of dates during this period are still available to cooperate with venues or festivals in Europe, who would like to present Ukrainian Christmas music to their audience. 

LELÉKA – RADUJSYA feat. Maksym Berezhnyuk (Old Ukrainian Christmas Song – колядка дівчині)  


Booking manager Margarete Schein: [email protected]  +4915207788803  

Album release in September, looking for festivals to perform during the tour in autumn 2023 

DZ’OB is an electroacoustic ensemble from Dnipro, Ukraine striving to combine jazz, classical music tradition with a contemporary electronic approach. DZ’OB not only synthesizes genres like jazz, classics, IDM, techno, dubstep, but also comes up with unique, eclectic sounds that blur the lines within ages, and traditions. This fall ensemble plans to release a new album. 

 “DZ’OB play a remarkable hybrid of classical and avant-garde dance music.” 

 – The Guardian 

  • Oleksii Badin — cello, electronics 
  • Vasyl Starshynov — oboe  
  • Oleksii Starshynov — bassoon  
  • Iryna Li — violin  
  • Andriy Yarovyi — drums 

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Contact Oleksii Badin (artistic director): [email protected]  +380979240097 

CHILDREN’S MUSIC CAPM-FORUM ‘JUNIOR’ 2023 is looking for collaboration partners  

June 29-July 2  2023 

Cherkasy Jazz Orchestra (Public Organisation)  together with lyceum of Holovkivka (Cherkasy Region, Ukraine) are making a children’s music camp-forum “Junior” 2023.  Children and music teachers from the whole Cherkasy Region get together for 4 days in the middle of “Kholodnyi Yar”. Workshops, Jam Session, Ensembles, Orchestra and different sport activities are in the program. At the end of the camp we make a final  open air сoncert. The idea is to bring kids that are in love with music together, let them know each other, let them have new musical experiences, let them bring an embassy of music collaborations to their colleagues and friends at the places they live.  

We are looking for collaborations with other music camps, music academies, music colleges, music schools, teachers for workshops, composers, publishing houses and other institutions to share music and pedagogical experiences, to have brighter art dialog and new ways to popularize music for children. 

Our first forum was 2021


Сontaсt: Mykhailo Ievtushenko [email protected] +380937719473

Leopolis Jazz Fest invites for charity online broadcast on International Jazz Day 

04/30 19:00 (Kyiv) 

Leopolis Jazz Fest charity online broadcast 

On April 30, at 7:00 PM (Europe)/ 8:00 PM (Kyiv) we invite to join the charity online broadcast of the concert of Lars Danielsson Group Liberetto III & INSO-Lviv. The concert was performed in 2018 in Lviv at Leopolis Jazz Fest, one of the biggest jazz festivals in Ukraine. 

The Swedish jazz star Lars Danielsson visited Ukraine several times. The musician was so impressed with beauty of Lviv city that he wrote the composition “Lviv”, which he performed for the first time at the festival. 

The concert program was specially prepared for the concert in Lviv and performed with Symphony Orchestra “INSO-Lviv”. 

You can donate to support Ukraine directly during the concert broadcast via UNITED24– the official fundraising platform of Ukraine

Contact: Olga Kondratyuk  [email protected] + 380674641344

Cherkasy Jazz Orchestra is looking for partners for recording an original Ukrainian jazz orchestra album. 

Cherkasy Jazz Orchestra is an independent jazz orchestra in central Ukraine initiated in 2020 by Mike Ievtushenko. Local musicians from different bands, ages and institutions got together because of their love of jazz orchestra music. The Band regularly plays concerts, festivals and prepares new programs for the fans. Even in the war times they continued rehearsals and performances. 

Beside the known «classics» for jazz orchestra they are creating new original Ukrainian jazz orchestra music with unique modern sound. 2021 they made a Jazz version of the Ukrainian National Anthem. Recently was presented a song «You Told Me With Your Eyes : «I Love You»» with the lyrics of Lina Kostenko, etc. 

The Orchestra is looking for partners to record an album of original jazz orchestra music from Ukraine and collaboration with soloists. 

They are also searching for partners for tours to share original jazz orchestra music from the middle of Ukraine which is influenced by nowadays. 

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Contact: Mykhailo Ievtushenko [email protected]  +380937719473 

TANŌK – working on new album and searching for a label; looking for the festivals and venues to make a tour for autumn/winter 2023 and/or 2024, and for collaborations with European artists 

TANŌK is a female duo from Poland/Ukraine, which make free jazz sound like a Slavic folk ritual. Our work is based on the interpretation of local traditions from the point of view of free composition/improvisation. “Tanok” means a particular group dance, which is performed usually in spring to call the energy of nature, from which we are inspired. Since that is not a typical music concert, but the performance with dances, colourful lights, screams and laughs. Our first program is called PIEŚŃ LASU, which is an improvised suite based on the drama of the same title by the writer Lesia Ukrainka. Piesn Lasu is a love story between a human and a mythological creature, at the same time it is a collective image of the mythology of the Ukrainian region of Volyn. 


Kateryna Ziabliuk – Ukrainian pianist, singer, composer, and author of articles on the Ukrainian media platform Meloport about improvisational music. 

Graduated from the Faculty of Jazz Piano at the Academy of Music in Kyiv, later at the Academy of Music in Krakow, and currently graduating from Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi di Milano. She has been performing with her bands at Leopolis Jazz Festival, Jazz Bez, Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa, Jazztopad Festival, Katowice JazzArt Festival, Piano City Milano, and Enjoy Jazz Festival and so on. In her work, she is interested in mixing composition and free improvisation mainly by using elements of traditional music and exploring the cultural/historical heritage of her homeland. 

Natalia Kordiak – Polish singer from Łódź. Graduated from the Academy of Music Karol Szymanowski in Katowice. Winner of the international competition Prix Voicingers 2018. With her quintet, she won second prize at the Tarnów Jazz Contest 2017 and awards at the Blue Note Poznań  Competition 2017. In autumn 2019, her debut album entitled Bajka was released. Kordiak was nominated for Fryderyk 2020 in the category “Phonographic Debut of the Year”. 

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Contact: Kateryna Ziabliuk [email protected]  +48577725458 

Amirova Trio – Ukrainian-Polish trio, we are looking for partners and festivals to organize a European tour in 2024. The trio issued the album “Roots”, consisting of Ukrainian and Polish folk songs arranged for jazz performance. Now the trio is working on new material. 

The band Amirova Trio was formed in 2018 when Julia Amirova, pianist from Kyiv, met the polish bassist Mikolaj Sikora and the drummer Patryk Gajda at Krakow Academy of Music. The band plays contemporary jazz, modal jazz and groove pieces with folk motives. In 2021, the trio issued its first album, “Roots”, consisting of Ukrainian and Polish folk songs arranged for jazz performance. This album owes its name to the fact that through playing folk music one feels connected to one’s kin, to one’s country, to one’s ancestry. The band plays lyrical ballads, fast and merry songs that are great to dance to, as well as groovy pieces. Modern arrangements and jazz harmonies offer a new way of understanding Slavic folk music, but the traditions and the characteristic elements of ethnic music remain; together, they create a unique atmosphere. The band performed at numerous jazz clubs and festivals in Poland. 

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Contact: Julia Amirova  [email protected]  +48663220235

International Partnership with 32JazzClub 

Thematic jazz programs dedicated to the music or/and musicians from a certain country (e.g. Swedish Music Weekend at 32) with the support of international partners and institutions. 

International exchange/cooperation with foreign clubs – organization of performances of Ukrainian musicians abroad/performance of foreign musicians at 32JazzClub (with accommodation and meals covered) 

About the club 

Liliia Plekh [email protected]   +380504620014 


2023-2024: concert opportunities & support in distribution of our album. 

It is important to us to share the roots and tradition of Ukrainian music so we would be also very happy for options to run masterclasses. 


“KINVA” in Ukrainian means a traditional wooden mug-like vessel used for storing and consuming drinks. The band Kinva is such a vessel: they preserve traditional ethnic Ukrainian melodies in order to serve them in a fresh, jazz form. Their debut album “KINVA” was released in January 2023 and was included in the Jazz Forum magazine, the band also appeared on the cover of Jazz Forum (1-2/2023). It will be self released as a vinyl in July 2023. 

“(…) we get an album on which you can spend many hours, days, and in my case, weeks.” – JazzSoul.pl 


Anastasija Litvinyuk:  [email protected] +48 733 793 154 

Roman Chraniuk:  [email protected] +48 509 566 000

ART JAZZ SCHOOL is looking for collaboration partners 

August 21-27. 2023 

Educational residence for jazz musicians and folklore performers “ART JAZZ School” in Rivne, Ukraine. Students of higher educational musical institutions of Ukraine from the departments of jazz music, jazz vocals and folk singing; young jazz musicians, vocalists and performers of folk singing and leading musicians and teachers from Ukraine get together for 7 days in Rivne, Ukraine. Workshops, Lectures, Jam Session, Ensembles, and different activities are in the program. At the end of the school we make a final open air concert with the participation of participants and tutors. The project aims to create a multidisciplinary musical environment for collaboration, knowledge acquisition and experience sharing in the field of jazz music, jazz vocals and authentic traditional singing of Polissya. 


Email: [email protected]  

Tamara Lukasheva Solo – looking for collaborations and new concert possibilities

Tamara Lukasheva is Ukrainian jazz singer and composer, that combines ukrainian and german poetry with modern jazz and classical ground. 2021 she was awarded by WDR Jazz Prize in the category Composition, 2017 her quartett won the New German Jazz Prize in Mannheim.  

The goal is  – to find more locations and festivals to present the music and also for collaborations. 

Info | Youtube 

Contact: [email protected] 

Looking for festivals and venues to help promoting Ukrainian culture on the international level by introducing the ethnic jazz quintet GANNA to different audiences around the world. 
GANNA Ensemble  is the international ethnic jazz quintet from Berlin around the Ukrainian singer and composer Ganna Gryniva. Since 2014 GANNA has been performing reinterpretations of old Ukrainian folk songs and modern jazz touching the hearts of people all over Europe (Jazzopen Stuttgart, XJazz Berlin, BMC Opus Budapest, ect.). The repertoire of the band is inspired by Ganna Gryniva´s folklore research travels to different regions of Ukraine. She recorded interviews with grandmothers and grandfathers in Carpathian Mountains, in villages near Kyiv and Poltava. The folklore singers shared with her stories from their lives and sang the old songs about love, war, the awakening of the spring after the long winter and about the strong women of Ukraine.  

Jazz highlight of the year – Roland Spiegel, BR-Klassik (DE, 2022) 

“HOME certainly is an album of the year, poignant, moving, powerful, magnificently sung and played!” –  Ulrich Habersetzer, DLF Kultur (DE, 2022) 

“Ganna – a voice of Ukrainian resistance. Ganna is one of the most impressive singers and musicians of the European jazz and world music scene” – Mirjam Jessa, ORF (AT, 2022) 

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Contact [email protected] 

BOOKING: [email protected]  

BOOKING Denmark: [email protected] 

Useful links

In cooperation with Europe Jazz Network Ukrainian Institute has created: 

– the interactive list of Ukrainian musicians who had to leave the country since the beginning of war, was published on EJN website and spread among all their members, in such a way helping them gain more visibility among international actors in the jazz industry. 

– in the frame of Jazz Panorama program added Ukrainian jazz guide on EJN website. 

engage Ukrainian musicians who are currently in Ukraine to your festival programs or other initiatives 
Music catalogue (you will find 2 of them – for all music genres as well as the one for jazz music “Jazz from Ukraine”

Ukraine at jazzahead! 2022

A series of meetings, events and discussions, concerts were in the festival’s programme 2022. 

For the first time, Ukraine was fully presented in 2022 with the Ukrainian stand, participation at the conference and 3 concerts of Ukrainian artists.

The Ukrainian Institute become a partner of the festival to tell as many stories as possible about Ukraine and its culture.

The Ukrainian Institute planned this event long before the full-scale Russian attack on Ukraine. The Ukrainian Institute is grateful to the organizers of the festival for their understanding and support at a time when the musicians and team of the institute are forced to flee from attacks by the Russian army. Participation in the festival is an opportunity for Ukrainian representatives of the jazz scene to continue their work and present Ukrainian culture in the world, even in such a difficult and dark time for the country. Our voices must be heard. The Ukrainian Institute is grateful to the partners and organizers of the festival who support the struggle of Ukrainians against Russian invaders and provide an opportunity to represent the country.

Ukrainian program within the showcase festival jazzahead! organized by the Ukrainian Institute in partnership with the music agency Urban Lys.

12.00-12.45 presentation “Discover Ukrainian Jazz Scene: programs, cooperation opportunities and experiences” |Conference room 

17:45 Igor Osypov featuring as sideman of MAGRO concert | Kulturzentrum Schlachthof
18:00 Polish and Ukrainian reception, stands 5E20+5E21
20.30 Vadim Neselovskyi: ODESA—a musical walk through a legendary city |Sendesaal Bremen
21:15 LELEKA concert сlubshow: Jazzahead Clubnight | Circus tent
22.30 Vadim Neselovskyi: ODESA—a musical walk through a legendary city | Sendesaal Bremen

Ukrainian artists participants of jazzahead! 2022

Vadim Neselovskyi

At the end of August 2020, Vadim Neselovskyi spent three production days at the Sendesaal to record his Odesa Suite for an album release. In Odesa Vadim Neselovskyi had begun classical piano studies. In his early 20s, he was given the opportunity to transfer to the renowned Berklee School Of Music in Boston/USA.
Neselovskyi became a member of vibraphonist Gary Burton’s band. His album debut as a leader, “Spring Song” was produced by pianist Fred Hersch. The versatile Ukrainian, who today commutes between the USA and Germany, was also in the studio for composer John Zorn.
Vadim Neselovskyi: “I was born and raised in Odesa, Ukraine — a gorgeous harbor city on the Black Sea. I know that almost everyone heard of Odesa, and yet not many people really know much about it. Some heard of this city because of Eisenstein’s film “Battleship Potemkin”, some know it as birthplace of violinist David Oistrakh. Many know Odesa as a very important center of Jewish life at the beginning of the 20th century… In my new project I want to tell my personal story about this city. My new piece will take the listener on an imaginary tour around my hometown, filled with memories, historical references and dreams…”



Back in 2018 when Leléka won the International Burghausen Young Jazz Prize, renowned German journalist Ralf Dombrowski wrote that “if this band doesn’t manage to break through, an awful lot of things will need to have gone wrong…”
This year Leléka was nominated for the German Jazz Prize as “Band of the Year”.
With Sonce u Serci (“Sun in your heart”), the Berlin-based folk-jazz outfit present their debut full-length album, showcasing the highly distinctive style they’ve been mesmerising audiences with in the subsequent years.Rooted in jazz, their music reaches beyond the borders of both the genre and the world, embracing singer Viktoria Leléka’s Ukrainian roots and the band’s talent for improvisational freedom.

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Ukrainian delegation at jazzahead 2022

Україна на міжнародному джазовому шоукейс-фестивалі jazzahead!