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There have been and will be artists from all parts of the world in the naTo. The naTo tries to balance the cultural dominance of America and England, by organising artists from Japan, Brazil, Italy, Nigeria, Kiew, Newfoundland, Iceland, Serbia, and Finland.

The naTo has a unique atmosphere with an intimate relationship between the artist on the stage and the public. The diverse interests of the naTo lead to weekend program mixes such as a North Korean film Friday, free experimental jazz on Saturday, and Sundays a Mongolian throat singer holding the public spellbound. Due to this variety ZDF German Televisions Second Channel in its “Aspekte” called the naTo “… the most important centre for free culture in Leipzig”.

With the concert program East Wind created in 1995 the NATO started a singular podium for Eastern, European and Asiatic music culture in Germany. The project includes all kinds of music Klezmer, Gipsy, jazz, Folk… and is committed to tradition as well as innovation. East wind demonstrates the rich Eastern European music culture, just over the chart music horizon. Under Jens-Paul Wollenberg direction the concerts have gained importance in and outside Leipzig. The list of Performers includes The Klezmatics, Manana Menabde, the Kocani Orkestar, Muzikas, the Black Sea Trio, Bratsch and Kroke.

Another current concert program is “Weltempfänger”. Since 1998 under this title, sounds and artists from the whole world are presented. It showcases improvised and experimental music styles, with performers manipulating technology, styles and instruments to produce fresh styles under the banner jazz music. Jazz meets fusion, Groove, Soul, radio, Brazil, Samba, Salsa. Lee Konitz, Mal Waldron, Willem Breuker, Perry Robinson, Aki Takase, the Balanescu Quartett, Kenny Wheeler, Günther “Baby” Sommer, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Mardi Gras.BB and many others. The events concentrate on progressive jazz, preferably as live listening performance.

In the concert program “Noise club” music amplified to unimaginable levels, experiments between Sonic Youth and the Pixies. Electric Guitars and more electric guitars dominate the concerts which have become insider tip in the Indie scene. Bands include JUD, Karate, Slut, Blackmail, Yuppie Flu, Mother Tongue and Bottom 12.

WATCH AND LISTEN selected music videos

Julia Biel – Live from the church

 

Motherboard Pinball

 

Watch and Listen – Loucin

 

VOTI – Newcastle Jazz Festival 2021

 

VOTI – Robert Mitchell’s 50th Birthday Concert

 

VOTI – Julian Siegel: Tales from the Jacquard

 

APPJAG Review of Jazz in England

 

Watch and Listen – Deemer #2

 

Watch and Listen – Queen Mab

 

Watch and Listen – Deemer

 

Watch and Listen – Ivo Neame

 

Watch and Listen – Eliza Oakes

 

Watch and Listen – Isobella Burnham

 

Watch and Listen – JazznewbloodTAPES

 

Yazz Ahmed In Conversation

 

Watch and Listen – JazznewbloodTAPES

 

Watch and Listen – Open Conversations EP1 Part 2

 

Watch and Listen – Open Conversations EP1 Part 1

 

Watch and Listen – DJ Ritu

 

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JAZZ ADVENT SERVICE

 
Dec 5, 2021
  Christ Church Highbury, 155 Highbury Grove, London N5 1SA

Emma Rawicz Quartet

 
Nov 29, 2021
  The Cockpit

Swing Into Christmas

 
Nov 29, 2021
  South Hill Park Arts Centre.

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