We are happy to present first of the headliners of One Caucasus 2018: Tmbata Orchestra!
We are glad to introduce you the next headliner of One Caucasus 2018: Dihaj !!
Dihaj is an electronic music collective from Baku, Azerbaijan formed in 2014. Initially a one-man-band Dihaj expanded as Anar (guitar, synth) and Ali (drums, percussion, fx) joined the project. “We all come from completely different musical backgrounds, so our sound is quite eclectic. That’s why we’ve never really been interested in trying to pinpoint the genre of the music we play. Just play what seems right and leave the rest to the listeners, right?” – says lead vocalist Diana. Despite this,
We are glad to share with you a short interview with our next headliner: ''Red Carpet Band''
Their Musical Path started from the Cultural Center in Marneuli (town near Bolnisi), where you can learn to play various musical instruments. Band’s members were taking classes separately in this center and after meeting each other there, one day a great idea of creating a band, music and art together came to their mind. From this point they became an active part of Marneuli’s cultural life.
''Red Carpet'' makes covers of pop, rock, pop-rock, blues music.
Let's read an interesting interview with the next headliner of One Caucasus Festival 2018 – Nemra (Armenia).
Their musical path started from accidentally written songs. In 2011, young enthusiastic people got a wish to create a music band and one year later the dream incarnates into ''Nemra''. The band's members are Van Eghiazaryan,VaspurEghiazaryan, Marianna Karakeyan, Marek Zaborski.
More and more talanted musicians on One Caucasus 2018. Our next headliner is Jakub Królikowski (Poland) - POZNAN HORNS !
Jakub Królikowski collaborates with numerous musicians and artists from Poland and Europe. One of this great projects is POZNAN HORNS. He creates and performs music to achieve aesthetic satisfaction and metaphysical refection of the listeners. He performs improvised music and futuristic jazz on trumpet and piano (yass-bands 'Kartony' and Piotr Mełech Quartet).
We introduce you our next headliner - The Natural Born Lovers (Georgian - American)
The Natural Born Lovers are the only Georgian-American blues band in the world and play a wide selection of authentic material deeply rooted in classic Chicago style blues, yet the audience can expect to also hear West Coast, Memphis and New Orleans numbers, as well as the band’s original songs.
Band leader Paul Rimple began playing harmonica as a teenager. An epiphany during a Willie Dixon concert in 1981 changed his life forever.
“That’s when the blues bit me,” he says. “Muddy Waters came out and sang I Got My Mojo Working and I got weak in the knees. I knew right then that I’d be playing the blues for the rest of my life.”
Meet our next headliner - H3 Collective (Azerbaijan)
We are happy to represent you our next headliner - Piotr Melech (Poland). He is an improviser. He performs as a solo musician as well as with various bands such as Poznan Horns.
One Caucasus: How and when did your musical path start ?
Piotr Melech: It's a long story...Many years ago I heard a duet of a clarinetist with a double bass in front of a bar in Brussels. The sound of the clarinet charmed me enough that I decided to become a clarinetist. Well, I am now! There were many years of practice, playing on the streets and later playing in bands. I have been playing for 18 years. I really love it!
We are glad to represent you ''NUM'' - Milad Bagheri and Maryam Sirvan (Iran)
NUM is an electronic duo formed by Milad Bagheri and Maryam Sirvan in 2010 in northern Iran where the Alborz mountains meet the Caspian sea. The duo is now based in Tbilisi, Georgia.
We are pleased to share with you a short interview with our next participant - NARTI ensemble (Georgia)!
NARTI has been performing on a stage for more than 10 years. The leader of the ensemble is Vardiko Todria who created this ensemble by uniting master-players of various musical instruments. The name ''NARTI'' is translated as ''different instruments''. The ensemble members play instruments, sing folk songs and dance folk dances .