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Perpetuum Jazzile est une chorale slovène de musique populaire et de jazz. Elle est fondée en 1983 par Marko Tiran sous le nom de Gaudeamus Chamber Choir. En 2001, Tiran passe le flambeau de la direction de la chorale à Tomaž Kozlevčar.


La chorale est aussi bien constituée de femmes que d'hommes. Elle est occasionnellement élargie à des joueurs de jazz du RTV Slovenia Big Band et d'artistes slovènes tels qu'Alenka Godec, 6 Pack Čukur, Alya, Oto Pestner, Jan Plestenjak, Nuša Derenda. La chorale utilise un large panel de styles de jazz. La chorale s'est inspirée à l'origine de Gene Puerling, The Singers Unlimited et de The Swingle Singers. Ils jouent de la musique a cappella, de la bossa nova et du swing mais également du funk, du gospel et de la musique pop. La chorale a remporté des prix au Vokal.Total, au festival international de jazz IVGF (Tilburg, Pays-Bas) et aux olympiades des chorales 2008 à Graz en Autriche.


En 2006, la chorale enregistre son album Čudna noč, édité par Dallas Records et sorti en septembre.


En décembre, la chorale sort son premier clip vidéo Čudna noč, le tube de son nouvel album qui connaîtra un beau succès en Slovénie. Ils publieront sur le site Youtube une reprise du tube Africa du groupe Toto. Cette vidéo sera visualisée plus de cinq millions de fois entre mai et août 2009













Africa (live, HQ)









Membres du groupe


Conductor:
Tomaz Kozlevcar

Sopranos:
Spela Zerjal, Ursa Cehovin, Marusa Dodic, Ana Tursic, Ursa Cigler, Vesna Hajnsek, Metka Luznar, Melanija Markovic, Mojca Kodre, Anja Koren, Marta Kosturska, Aleksandra Lamut, Andreja Frelih, Melanija Markovic, Liza Pucihar, Mateja Resnik, Katja Strle


Altos:
 Barbara Cokl, Ana Komlanc, Ana Marcun, Mojca Cedilnik, Katarina Dolenc, Petra Golob, Sandra Feketija, Vanja Budna, Arijana Rojko, Jana Gamser

Tenors:
Bostjan Usenik, Tomaz Cör, Anze Orehek, Ales Majeric, Dominik Strucelj, Nino Kozlevcar

Bass:

Miha Rojko, Matjaz Rambaher, Jan Trost, Luka Cerne, Kristjan Virtic, Jernej Obreza, Rok Kelvisar

Vocal drums:
 Saso Vrabic




Since 1983, after almost a quarter of a century of devotion to vocal jazz, Perpetuum Jazzile is still the only Slovenian jazz choir. The vocal ensemble, led by its conductor and art director Tomaz Kozlevcar (renowned also for his work as a music producer and singer at The New Swing Quartet), usually performs with a number of singers that ranges to up to 50 and it represents an attractive and unique blend of popular vocal jazz. The repertoire of Perpetuum Jazzile ranges from Brazilian bossa nova, swing and close harmony style, to funk, gospel and R'n'B with original vocal beatbox and vocal effects backgrounds produced by choir. Perpetuum Jazzile offers its audience an exciting combination of vocal jazz harmonies and rhythm and through relaxed atmosphere as well as their youthful energy unavoidably inspires the listeners with the primary motto Perpetuum Jazzile, that is also the main idea of its second CD album: "Forget you're in a hurry". On September 1st 2006, Perpetuum Jazzile issued their 4th album called "Strange Night" ("Cudna Noc").

Please do visit also: www.perpetuumjazzile.si.





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Perpetuum Jazzile is a Slovenian choir that performs jazz and popular music. It was founded as Gaudeamus Chamber Choir in 1983 by Marko Tiran. In 2001, Tiran passed the art directorship of the choir to Tomaž Kozlevčar, the renowned music producer, arranger and vocalist.


The choir consists of both female and male singers. They are occasionally augmented by jazz instrumentalists from the RTV Slovenia Big Band and Slovenian pop stars such as Alenka Godec, 6Pack Čukur, Alya, Oto Pestner, Jan Plestenjak, Nuša Derenda and others.


The choir uses a wide spectrum of jazz styles, performing complex and dense harmonies, characteristic of close harmony music. They were originally inspired by Gene Puerling, The Singers Unlimited, and The Swingle Singers.bossa nova and swing music, as well as funk, gospel and pop, either a cappella with vocal percussionist Sašo Vrabič, or with a jazz trio.

 

Perpetuum Jazzile organized a vocal jazz seminar in Ljubljana with Swingle Singers founder Ward Swingle. It has won awards from the Vokal.Total[2] and IVGF (Tilburg, Netherlands) international jazz vocal music competitions, and the Choir Olympics 2008 in Graz, Austria.[3] It performs Vokal Xtravaganzza evening concerts in Cankar Hall in Ljubljana, regularly offering a variety of Slovenian and foreign vocal jazz and pop music guests.

 

In 2006, the choir recorded its Čudna noč album, which was released by Dallas Records in September. Shortly after it organized a concert with Mansound (from Kiev, Ukraine). In December, it released its first video Čudna noč, the title track of its new album. Tracks from the album occupied the tops of charts of the most important radio broadcasters around Slovenia, whereas the album itself was ranked among the top ten best-selling albums in Slovenia. Two separate YouTube videos of their performance of "Africa" had more than 6 million views combined since first publishing in May 2009 until August 2009.The performance also earned kudos from the song's co-writer, David Paich.










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