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Bali Jazz Festival November 18-20, 2005

Gathering of Top Jazz Musicians Adopt 'The Spirit of Love & Music' as Theme During Three Days of Jazz Performance & Workshops.

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Organizers of the Bali Jazz Festival to be held in Bali November 18-20, 2005, have indicated participating musicians from around the world are undeterred by recent events with all parties moving forward with plans to make Bali swing to the sounds of outstanding musicality for three days in late November.

Friday, November 18, 2005

The following groups are scheduled to appear on the opening day of the festival at various venues across Bali:

• Bubi Chen Quintet featuring Oele Pattiselanno, Jeffrey Tahalele, Jacky Pattiselanno, and Benny Likumahua

• SimakDialog (Jakarta)

• Imam Pras Quartet (Bandung)

• NERA Band (Jakarta)

• Soulmate featuring Eko Sumarsono and friends, with Maya Hasan (Jakarta)

• Piece of Cake (Japan)

• Yuri Mahatma Band (Bali)

• Gadis V & Bass G (Jakarta)

• Jaco Quartet

• Park Drive (Jakarta)

• Urs Ramsmeyer Trio (Switzerland)

• James Taylor Quartet (UK)

Saturday, November 19, 2005

• Bali Lounge featuring artists from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore

• Albert Yap (Malaysia)

• Maliq n D’essentials (Jakarta)

• KJK Band (Jakarta)

• Cherokee (Jakarta)

• ISI Big Band + Dian Pratiwi (Yogyakarta)

• Eero Koivistoinen Trio (Finland)

• Rio Sidik with Saharadja (Bali)

• Rudresh Mahanthappa MSG (USA)

• Ron Davis Quartet (Canada)

• David Sills (USA)

• Kul Kul Band (Jakarta)

• Krakatau (Jakarta)

• Jack Lee Group

Sunday, November 20, 2005

• Harvey Mason Trio (USA)

• SOVA (Jakarta)

• Indra Lesmana, Pra Budi Dharma + Jegog Bali (Jakarta & Bali>

• Zefa with Rudi Aru and Friends (Bandung)

• Koko Harsoe Band (Bali)

• Tomorrow People Ensemble – Bogg Quartet (Jakarta)

• Jazzyphonic (Jakarta)

• ISI Big Band + Emiliano Loconsolo (Yogyakarta and USA)

• Jan de Haas (Belgium)

• Balawan and Batuan Ethnic Fusion (Bali)

• Anane (Indonesia)

The Inspiration

In all, musicians from 10 countries are expected to appear at beach side and open air venues in Bali's Kuta Beach area, plus special spontaneous "on the street" performances are also planned for those visiting Bali during this period.

More Information

For more information please contact:

Bali Jazz Forum

Jalan Imam Bonjol 467

Denpasar 80119 Bali Indonesia

Tel/Fax: ++62-(0)361-481907

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