понедељак, 06. фебруар 2012.

Mike Krstić - Reboppin' Serbian Folk Dances



NASLOV:                                   Miloš Mike Krstić - Reboppin' Serbian Folk Dances

ETIKETA:                                   Vertical Jazz

NUMERE:

01.When A Gipsy Makes A Wish (Djačko Kolo)
02.Opein It, Sweet-Heart! (Šano, Dušo)
03.Pickin' Celery
04.A Circle Dance (Uzičko Kolo)
05.Dizzy Tour
06.Monk Gets In Your Ears
07.Buy Us All The Things
08.One Of The Bud's Things
09.Lover Bird
10.Oscar's Green And Tadd's Peas

INFO:

MISHA (MILOŠ) KRSTIĆ - 09/24/1947 - PIANO

Miloš Krstić je diplomirao na Fakultetu muzičke umetnosti - Odsek kompozicija u Beogradu, a usavršavao se na Centro De Investigacion Ydesarallo da la Musica Cubana u Havani 1990. godine. Završio je Majstorsku akademiju na Illinois University At Edwardswilleu 1995. godine. Specijalista za be-bop, swing, blues i afro-cuban.
Komponovao je diptih za simfonijski orkestar "Introdukcija i alegro", solo pesme i horsku svitu na stihove Vaska Pope, svitu za klavir "Veliki crnac", kompozicije za Veliki jazz orkestar, "Mike by Moonlight", i više desetina kompozicija za mali jazz orkestar.
Svirao je sa mnogim Jazz-ansamblima: Teddy Edwards Quartet, Alvin Queen Quartet, Be-Bop Buffers Of Arizona, Leo Wright Quartet, Hannes Beckman Quartet, Gut-Marković sextet, Zagrebački jazz quintet, Ivan Švager sextet...
Održao je veliki broj samostalnih koncerata u skoro svim evro-gradovima, kao i u Americi, nastupio na značajnim festivalima: Hag , Drezden, Havana, Prag, Hanover, Sofija, Segedin, Istambul, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Bled, Skoplje, Novi Sad, Beograd...
Objavio je knjige: "Jazz praktikum" (1986, '87. i '91.) i "Top Bird" (1989). Dobitnik je nagrade na Anual Music Conference 1988. (Tucson, Arizona). U saradnji sa Alvin Queenom, Clark Terryem, Tonny Scottom, Stjepkom Gutom, Mišom Blamom, Big Band-om RTS-a i drugima snimio preko 20 ploča.

"Miloš je izuzetan jazz umetnik, koji je obavio magistarske studije pod mojim mentorstvom. Miloš je takođe pokazao edukativne sposobnosti studirajući američku istoriju jazza. On je pročitao svaku dostupnu knjigu u vezi sa tim, takođe je sakupio široku kolekciju članaka iz časopisa i novina. On je sakupio i izuzetnu fonoteku i vrhunski poznaje sve aspekte te fonoteke." (Breett Stamps, direktor jazz programa, Univerzitet Južni Ilinoi)
Teddy Edwards Quartet
   

One of the most distinguished Serbian jazz musicians, Miloš Krstić was born in Belgrade in 1947. He graduated composition from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in 1990. He took his M. A. Degree in jazz piano from the Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Illinois (USA) in 1995. An artist devoted to the traditional jazz (swing, be-bop), Miloš Krstić has over the years developed impressive concert activities, with numerous appearances at major jazz festivals in Belgium, Italy, Macedonia, Slovenia, Croatia, Germany, Cuba, Hungary, Bulgaria, USA, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro. He is also a regular guest performer in jazz clubs in Belgrade and abroad. He worked with many domestic and foreign jazz artists and recorded about 15 LP records and compact discs.
Tucson Jazz Terrorists  
Between 1991 and 1993 Miloš Krstić was the program director of an educational jazz program on the Radio Belgrade. During his stay at the Southern Illinois University (1993-1995) he worked as an associate professor (subjects: Jazz improvisation and Theory, History of Jazz and Afro-Cuban Music). In 2001 he was a visiting professor at the Master class de Jazz in Timisoara, Romania which was organized by the French Cultural Centre in Timisoara. Currently, Miloš Krstić teaches Jazz piano and History of jazz at the School of Music Stanković and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade.
He is a fruitful composer and arranger of music for different jazz ensembles (big band, sextet, trio...) He has published three books and several articles in the periodicals Pro musica and Novi Zvuk.
Miloš Krstić is a member of the Union of Serbian Composers and Association of Jazz and Pop Musicians of Belgrade.
      
EDUCATION
BA - Composition (1990) University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia
MM - Jazz Performance (1995) Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, IL

PERFORMANCE EXPERIENCE
Groups:
Tony Scott Quartet (1984) / Alvin Queen Quartet (1984-1985) / Dusko Goykovich (1984, 2003) / Bill Hardman-Junior Cook Quintet (1986) / Teddy Edwards Quartet (1987) / Leo Wright Quartet (1990) / SUIE Big Band (1993-1995) / Misha Krstic Trio (1998-now)

Freelance:
Clark Terry / Eddie Harris / Clarence 'Big' Miller / Sal Nistico / 'Mighty Flea' Connors / Bill Saxton / Eddie Daniels / Billy Pierce / Larry Coryell / Lin Holiday

Festivals:
Ljubljana, Slovenia 1979, 1981 / Zagreb, Croatia, 1980, 1987 / Szeged, Hungary 1981 / North Sea, Netherlands 1982 / Maribor, Slovenia 1982 / Debrecen, Hungary 1982, 1989 / Prague, Czech Rep. 1983 / Istanbul, Turkey 1983 / Burghousen, Germany 1984 / Sibiu, Romania 1984 / Bled, Slovenia 1985 / Ivrea, Italy 1985 / Gent, Belgium 1985 / Havana, Cuba 1988 / Sofia, Bulgaria, 1989 / Ingolstadt, Germany 1989, 1990, 1991 / Edwardsville, IL U.S. 1995 / Nagykaniza, Hungary 1995 / Timisoara, Romania 1998, 1999, 2001 / Ulm, Germany 2002 / Paris, France 2003 / Tirana, Albania 2004 / Osijek, Croatia 2005, 2008 / Kragujevac, Serbia 2007
   
SELECTED DISCOGRAPHY
Clark Terry Live in Belgrade, PGP-RTS / Tony Scott at Naisus, Diskoton / Bebop Piano of Mike Krstic, Vertical Jazz / Snap Shot, Dusko Goykovich, Cosmic Sounds / Alvin Queen, Plainsphere Records / Reboppin’ Serbian Folk Dances, Mike Krstic, Vertical Jazz

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