The international “Hammond Trio” plays a rhythmically diverse repertoire from Brazilian samba to funky boogaloo, as well as jazz standards for connoisseurs. The label “Hammond Trio” refers to the historically characteristic ensemble from the history of jazz: a Hammond organ that also play the bass line, along with electric guitar and drums.
Joe Pandur is a versatile jazz guitarist and studio musician. He has recorded over 300 compositions and collaborated with all of the most important names of the Croatian music scene, from Dino Dvornik to the HRT Big Band.
Erik Marenče graduated from the Rotterdam Conservatory in 2004. In his rich career, he has played with a range of celebrated musicians, including Owen Heart, Adonis Rose, Adam Nusbaum, Rony Kruger, Andy Middletone, Miles Griffith, Judy Niemack and Howard Curtis. He is an indispensable keyboard player on the Slovenian music scene and collaborates in many high quality projects.
Mihail Parushev is a composer and percussion virtuoso. He graduated in classical music from the FMU Music Academy in Skopje. He is a member of the group Leb i Sol, and has played with many international musicians, including Oktavijan, SETH, Alsar Kodjabasija, the Vlatko Stefanovski Trio (1998), Project Zlust (2000), String Forces, BLLA BLLA BLLA, D.N.O., Vladimir Marash – Pod kamenom (2001), 10 Osmini (2010), Pangea Igor Bezget Big Band, Global community – Sound Unity, Pangea – The Free World, Valeria Nikolovska Band and Joe & Maya Collectiff, as well as doing sessions with Bryan Bettie, Wei Tan, Nantha Kumar, Oliver von Essen, Gyan Singh, Traja Brizani, Bata Bozanic, Reggie Workman, Matija Dedic, Sharad Srivastva, Ivan Bejkov, Gjoko Grujevski, Dzijan Emin, etc.

Joe Pandur - guitar
Erik Marenče - Hammond organ
Mihail Parushev - drums


The Ljubljana Castle Jazz Club is open from 8.00 pm to 12:30 am. Live music commences at 9.00 pm.

Tickets can be purchased by 23:00, at the lower funicular station or at the entrance pavilion.

Admission: €7.00
The ticket price includes a return journey on the funicular railway.

Ticket sales: sales points at the Ljubljana Castle, the lower funicular station, and all sales points (including Petrol service stations, Kompas offices thorough Slovenia, etc.)

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