As part of his European tour, world-renowned jazz musician, composer and writer Gilad Atzmon performs at the legendary and oldest jazz club and theatre Reduta.
A multi-instrumentalist, he is proficient on saxophone, clarinet and ethnic wind instruments. His album Exil was named BBC Jazz Album of the Year. To date, he has released 15 full-length albums.
In 2014 he contributed to Pink Floyd's recording of their latest album The Endless River.
He has numerous collaborations with such names as Ian Dury, Robbie Williams, Sinead O'Connor and Paul McCartney.
The concert had an amazing atmosphere and people thoroughly enjoyed it. The final encore was What a wonderful world and the band said goodbye to a thunderous response from the audience.
Gilad was very complimentary about the club, "The audience was great! Perfect atmosphere! It was an honour to play in this legendary club where such world names played! I'm honored and I'll definitely be back! "