23/9/2021, 20.00 h.
Lenka Dusilová, a nin e-time winner of the annual Angel Awards and a perpetual discoverer of new music worlds, will perform alongside formation Vertigo and -123 min. The Unique singer, composer and instrumentalist Lenka Dusilová will present songs from her new album Řeka (River). The band Vertigo, which arose from jazz scene, whose creative boundaries crosses and demolishes in many ways, will be supported that evening by guitarist David Dorůžka as a guest. The trio -123min. combines soul, groove, jazz, blues, funky and world music in their energetic work.
Lenka Dusilová, has become an icon of a brave , innovative pop, never losing the majority of audiences who trust their favorite and follow her. In her solo performances, she experiments with a loop machine, stylistic openness, player erudition and extended unmistakable vocal techniques.
Vertigo is one of the most original Czech groups that emerged from jazz, but over time, with its musical overlaps, it has developed into a completely unique style. It includes creativity, total improvisation, but also sophisticated compositions reaching into the field of contemporary classical music. Vertigo is composed of Marcel Bárta – saxophone and bass clarinet, Dorota Barová – cello and vocals, Vojtěch Procházka – piano and harmonium, Oskar Török – trumpet and vocals, Daniel Šoltis – drums and percussion, Rastislav Uhrík – double bass.
Band -123 min. forms a trio of renowned musicians: singer, guitarist and songwriter Zdeněk Bína, bass guitarist Fredrik Janáček and drummer Daniel Šoltis. In 2019, the band celebrated the comeback with the new album LES in Czech only, 2019, and they invited the famous jazz trumpeter Erik Trufazz as a guest.