27. April
at 19.00
Metliški grad (Metlika Castle) - Metlika


Mia Žnidarič, vocals
David Jarh, trumpet
Steve Klink, piano
Nikola Matošič, double bass
Gašper Bertoncelj, drums

Mia Žnidarič has always had a profound love for jazz singing. In the 1990s, when her voice was immortalised in the Slovenian classic film “Grandma Goes South” the singer took her rightful place as a first lady of Slovenian sung jazz. Her Slovenian-language renditions of jazz standards have become Slovenian evergreens.  She collaborates with the best Slovenian lyricists and authors and is frequently invited to join the topmost jazz ensembles, including Big Band RTV Slovenija and even The RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra.

At her concert in Metlika, she will showcase her biggest hits.



On the initiative of the legendary jazz composer Herbie Hancock April 30th was recognized as International Jazz Day at the General Assembly of UNESCO. It was added to the United Nations’ calendar in 2012. Today it is celebrated in more than 190 countries. UNESCO recognizes jazz music as a means of freedom of expression and dialogue between cultures; as a is synonym of respect for human rights and the dignity of women in men, regardless of their origin.

Read more about International Jazz Day here.

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