Perpetuum Jazzile in Belgrade
Vocal music lovers from Belgrade and their guests will enjoy the performance of the world-famous group Perpetuum Jazzile on last day of October, and experience the extraordinary energy and strength this choir can achieve. Perpetuum Jazzile has prepared a rich repertoire of different genres, so visitors will be able to enjoy pop, rock, jazz, disco, bossa nova and gospel music. The rich repertoire includes songs by the world’s greatest music stars such as ABBA, The Queen, Earth, Wind and Fire, Bee Gees, Billy Joel, Toto, George Benson, Michael Jackson, David Bowie, David Guetta, Daft Punk and Lady Gaga.
The group was founded in 1983 but had to wait until the first decade of the twenty-first century to achieve planetary recognition. Music editor Tomaž Kozlevčar had a great influence on the development of the group, and creation of the most famous songs such as “Africa”, “Avsenik Medley” and “Summer night”. Peder Karlsson, the founder of the famous Swedish vocal ensemble The Real group, took over the role of music director in 2011, under whose leadership the group developed a unique stage appearance and expression that raised the group to the level of world-class vocal ensembles.
Proud Victor Award winner
The group can boast of successfully completing participation in numerous international acapella and jazz choir competitions, and is the the winner of Victor award, given to best vocal ansambles. In Slovenia, their home contry, Perpetuum Jazzile is often holding concerts with other well known vocal groups, such as Vocalica from Italy, Brazilian BR6, Ukrainian ManSound, Swedish The real group and The real six pack from Germany. The goal of such evenings is the promotion of acapella choirs, various musical genres, and the musical tradition of guests countries.
It is also important to mention the success of the song “Africa”, which has more than twenty million views on YouTube. and thanks to this song Perpetuum Jazzile received an invitation to perform together with the legendary group Toto at a festival near Udine in Italy.
You can buy tickets for the concert at the box office of the Sava Center and through the ticket.rs website at prices of 1900, 2300, 2600 and 2900 RSD. The guests of the Sky apartments in Maršala Birjuzova and Kraljica Natalija are located only a hundred meters from the bus stops in Brankova street and Zeleni venac, from where they will reach the Sava Center by bus in less than ten minutes. On the way back, you can always walk to your apartment and enjoy the beautiful view of the Kalemegdan fortress, the Sava promenade and the old part of Belgrade.