A walk through the former selected iconic headquarters of the Hevhetia publishing house, his supporters commemorated the 20th anniversary of its founding. There were also musical guests such as Pavel Jakub Ryba, Ján Kopčák, Zuzana ‘Skyva’ Eperješiová, Paweł Kaczmarczyk and the author of the visual identity of Hevhetia, Peter Beňo.
The „WeEurope.art” concert will be the largest jazz music concert in the Old Continent. Jazz music concert organisers from all over Europe have worked together to make this project a reality. All concerts organised as part of the „WeEurope.art” project can be viewed online free of charge at WeEurope.art and on Facebook.com/WeEuropeArt in the Events section on 21st May 2021 on 8.00 PM (CEST).
Already on Friday, 21st May a dozen or so artists will give the largest online concert in the Old Continent’s history, called “We Europe”. The event called WE EUROPE will consist of 10 live concerts from 10 European countries. All of them will be available for free at: WeEurope.art, starting from 8 p.m.
On May 21, jazz concerts will take place in nine places in Europe as part of the WE EUROPE project. These will be streamed and made available to the public for free!
Following the Spanish flu pandemic the economy boomed, major technological advances were made, artistic life flourished and the jazz music scene blossomed. With those events from the 1920s in mind, nine artists will give the largest online concert in the Old Continent’s history, called “We Europe”. All performances will be available to viewers online and free of charge at WeEurope.art. On Friday, 21st May at 8 p.m.
Photogallery of David Kollar solo performance at Hevhetia ShowCase & JazzBus 2020 in Kasárne/Kulturpark (Košice, Slovakia).
Photo gallery from David Kollar’s workshop during Hevhetia ShowCase & JazzBus 2020 in Košice Kasárne/Kulturpark in Košice/Slovakia.
Photo gallery from the live broadcast of the program Music Breakfast of Radio Devín during the Hevhetia ShowCase & JazzBus 2020 in the Kasárne/Kulturpark in Košice/Slovakia.
Depuis sa fondation en 2001, la maison d’édition slovaque Hevhetia s’est progressivement imposée sur la scène musicale mondiale en tant que maison d’édition indépendante unique en son genre, connue pour son caractère novateur. Pendant dix-huit ans, elle a édité plus de 250 titres de musique dans les domaines du jazz, de la musique improvisée, de la musique classique contemporaine et de nombreux autres genres. Hevhetia est également active dans l’éducation musicale et le soutien aux talents.
Photo gallery from performance of David Kollar and Erik Truffaz at the Hevhetia ShowCase & Jazz Bus 2018 in Kasárne/Kulturpark (Košice/Slovakia).