Sasha Magerova – is an exceptional person who combines talents of being composer, poet and great singer.
She got her classical musical education in Murmansk musical college and after in Maimonids Academy in Moscow, where is teacher now. She participated in National Contest for Eurovision 2009, performs all around Russia with her own program. Sasha performs with best musicians: Anton Davidyants, Petr Ivshin, Dmitry Ilugdin, Boris Ionov, Felix Lahuti and many others.
In Cyprus Sasha will present her own program that is mix of various styles from jazz to soul and funk.
Musicians of the show are also one of the best in Russia and Cyprus: Anton Davidyants, Andrei Krasilnikov, Andreas Stefanou and Leonid Nesterov.
Pattichion Municipal Amphitheatre
Nikolaou G. Dimitriou Street
Larnaka 6031, Cyprus
Box Office Hours:
Monday-Friday: 10:00 - 13:00 | 16:00 - 19:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 13:00
+357 25 377 277
Anton Davidyants is one of the most prominent bass players in Russia. He has and keeps working with the best jazz and fusion bands in the country. His style combines an incredible creative power with a peerless technical level. He played with an incredible number of musicians and bands: Igor Butman, Oleg Butman, Sergey Manukyan, Mariam Merabova, Valery Grokhovsky, Daniel Kramer, Zventa Sventana, Utah, Mara, Nikolay Noskov, Anita Tsoi, Batyrkhan Shukenov, and many more famous musicians and singers in Russia. In the end, he had played with almost all existing formations in Moscow. He played and toured with international artists such as Eric Marienthal, Saskia Laroo, Gregory Porter, Damien Schmitt, Virgil Donati, Alex Hutchings, Martin Miller, Nadishana… Davidyants started playing with his own band, Impact Fuze, in 2010. It featured Russia’s most famous guitar prodigy Feodor Dosumov and French drummer Damien Schmitt, known for his associations with Jean-Luc Ponty, Bireli Lagrène or bassist Alain Caron. His international recognition is also growing thanks to collaborations with some of the best musicians on the planet. His punchy and solid style of play features biting and juicy intonations which, combined to his unique sound and personal phrasing, make him a one-of-a-kind musician.
Andrei Krasilnikov – Born in 1984 in Moscow, Russia, Andrei has been exposed to music since birth. Though his parents are not musicians, they always enjoyed classical and jazz music and as a result Andrei developed an early interest. With the support of his mother, who enrolled him in solfege, music history, and piano lessons, Andrei began his formal training at the age of six. At nine, Andrei began to play the alto saxophone. With acknowledgment of the importance of variety, Mussorgsky, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich, along with Johnny Hodges, Charlie Parker, Cannonball Adderley and Eric Dolphy were his early influences.
After high school, Andrei attended Moscow College of Jazz Art and graduated at the top of his class with straight A’s. In 2003 he was accepted to the prestigious Gnesins’ Academy in Moscow, where he studied with the renowned saxophone tutor Alexander Oseichuk. Through hard work and with much support, he finished his studies with an honors Degree in Performance and Music Education.
While at the Academy, Krasilnikov won a number of jazz contests, performed and toured throughout Russia and Europe with top jazz bands, truly becoming a star of the Moscow jazz scene. In March 2006 Krasilnikov was granted a Best Scholarship to attend the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Andrew released his first album called “Serpentine” in April 2007.
In may 2007, he entered Berklee College of Music, where among others he studied with George Garzone, Joe Lovano, Frank Tiberi, Ed Tomassi, Dave Santoro and Hal Crook. In 2009 Andrew graduated from Berklee with an honors Degree in Professional Music with a concentrate in jazz composition and arrangement.
Andreas Stefanou was born in Limassol in 1986. From the tender age of 9 he starts playing drums and starts playing live with various musical groups in band competitions, concerts and recordings. After his service in the military philharmonic orchestra in 2006 he continues studying drums with George Koulas for a year. In 2007 is accepted at the Rotterdam Conservatoire in the direction of Latin Jazz. He there has the opportunity to study under the guidance of Lucas van Merwijk, Hans van Ousterhout, Kiko Fraidas and among others. In 2009 he went to New York to take a lesson from Mark Guiliana. He graduates from the conservatoire in June 2011 with distinction.
Leonid Nesterov began his music career in Latvia and has lived in Limassol since 2010; he plays mostly around Cyprus performing with various musicians sharing his passion for jazz from Baltic States, Cyprus, Russia and Israel.