A musical dessert will follow up the final concert of the 3rd Lubliner Festival!
The last festival concert will include the jazz sounds and its marriage with North African music – Gnava, Andalusian music, sprinkled with the echoes of the drummer Yogev Shetrit’s Moroccan heritage. This mixture is further spiced with a solid dose of Jewish and Mediterranean music.
The dialogue with the multitude of musical topics will be undertaken by the giant of Polish bass – Pendofsky, the band founded by Marcin Pendowski and Tomasz Wendt. The starting point of the jazz session will be a handful of songs from the albums “New Path” and “Serenity”, for the arrangements and composition of which Yogev Shetrit is responsible.
Trio Yogev Shetrit:
David Sheetrit – piano
Amir Salomon – bass
Yogev Shetrit – drums, compositions, production
Pendofsky – that is, Marcin Pendowski, a leading Polish bass player and arranger, performed together with Fisz Emade Twoewka, with which he won a gold and platinum album for the album “Mamut”. Together with the Artrosis group, he was twice nominated
for the Fryderyk Award. He is known for his funky style of play. He recorded his first solo album “Pendofsky”, as the first contemporary bassist – soloist, he used instruments from the Eastern Bloc, called Komunobas, achieving a surprisingly fresh sound effect.