The quintet has toured the world for more than 20 years (Montreux Jazz Festival, Philharmonie de Paris, Jazzopen, Ravenna Festival, Chicago Symphony Orchestra Hall, Berklee Performance Hall, Umbria Jazz Festival, Jazzfestival Basel and numerous concerts in South America among others). It has been acclaimed by the international press as the only musical ensemble with the ability to represent the unique and inimitable style of the great Astor Piazzolla.
Wherever she plays, let it be Jazzopen, Festival da Jazz St. Moritz or Copenhagen Jazz Festival, she mesmerizes her audience with the help of a delicate Scandinavian quartet. The song “Little Black Train” furthermore reached the 1# position at the iTunes Jazz charts in France, Denmark and Germany and she recieved rave reviews throughout Europe and was named one of the best jazz albums of the year by London’s Sunday Times and London Telegraph.
Sofia Rubina is what your best friend sounds like. Energetic, colorful, cheery and optimistic, the singer and performer blends all the genres you love to fit her brand like your favorite jeans. Whether you’re dancing in your kitchen or your local club, Sofia is ready to go there with you.
Sofia Rubina’s catchy tunes and infectious grooves have brought her all around the world, from the famous Blue Note in New York to the corners of Asia and back. Now, she wants to meet you, next!
Anastasia Lyutova is one of the brightest singers of the modern Russian jazz scene. In 2019, Anastasia Lyutova and the band released the debut album «Some Like It Jazz» on the leading jazz label Venus Records in Japan, becoming the first Russian jazz band on the famous label. Anastasia appeared on the cover of the Jazz Perspective magazine.
Aset Samrailova (ASET) is a singer, songwriter, and participant in Russia’s national version of “The Voice.” Her inimitable style and timbre have led to the nickname of “Russia’s Alicia Keys.” ASET works effortlessly across pop, R&B, soul, jazz, blues, and antique romances, including cover versions of multiple international stars – both in Russian and English.
‘Sasha Almazova & Non Cadenza” are an excellent Russian jazz/soul ensemble from St Petersburg. Due to the dearth of jazz and/or homegrown soul on the Russian scene, the uniqueness and professionalism of Non Cadenza mean that they’re usually afforded positive press. Their ability and desire to move back and forth between jazz, funk, and soul means that they’re also able to play in an equally broad range of venues.