Perpetuum Jazzile @ VivaVoce Festival di Treviso


Special event at VivaVoce International A cappella Festival!

Perpetuum Jazzile Perpetuum Jazzile is a Slovenian musical group best known for a cappella version of Toto rock band's song Africa. The showing a live performance of this version has received more than 22 million views on YouTube. The group was founded in 1983 as Gaudeamus Chamber Choir : currently, there are 41 performers of whom 24 are female and 17 male.

In their repertoire they have songs from Toto, Daft Punk, David Guetta, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Earth, Wind & Fire, Billy Joel, ABBA, David Bowie, Joni Mitchell, George Benson and many others music legends.

In 2008, the group was awarded the Vokal Total Award at the International Choir Festival and International A Cappella Competition and it also won awards at the international jazz vocal music competition in Tilburg, Netherlands, and the World Choir Games in Graz, Austria. In 2010, the group was awarded the "Viktor Award", a top level music award in Slovenia.

In 2011 Toto invited the group for a joint performance at a Udine concert and then the choir embarked on a world tour which took them to Croazia, Czech Republic, Germany, Canada and United States. Every year in autumn, the group performs Vokal Xtravaganzza evening concerts at the Cankar Hall of Lubiana, with guests from Slovenia and abroad.

In 2015 Slovenian duo Maraaya who represented Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 with the song Here for You, released a video of this song featuring Perpetuum Jazzile. The group also performed at the Expo 2015 in Milan and in China, with the main concert at the Guangzhou Opera House.


Info

ticket@vivavoce.tv
+39.320.6152693 (after h.18.00)

Presale Tickets

Biglietteria Teatro Comunale Mario Del Monaco
Corso del Popolo, 31 TREVISO
+39.379.1201100

Treviso
Teatro Comunale
Mario Del Monaco

Friday May 29th, 2020
21.00


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the Teatro Comunale
Mario Del Monaco

Youtube video.

Playlist.

  1. ABBA Medley
  2. Africa
  3. Don't stop me now