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Friday 28. May 19:00

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20.- / 15.-

Kumu Art Museum's auditorium

The concert of Holger Marjamaa & Hadrien Feraud (Estonia-France) supposed to take place on May 22, 2021 (originally March 6th) at 6.00pm at Kumu auditorium, that was postponed due to the restrictions, will be further postponed and will take place on May 28, 2021 at 19:00 at Kumu auditorium.

Tickets already bought will stay valid for the new date.

If the updated concert time is not suitable to the ticket holder, tickets can be returned or exchanged for a Jazzkaar gift voucher from May 17, 2021 to May 25, 2021 by filling in the form here. The gift voucher is valid 1 year.

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We thank: French Institute of Estonia


Hadrien Feraud bass

Hadrien Feraud was born in August ’84 in Paris. He grew up in a family where music always played a very important role. At a young age his parents who are musicians, turned him onto music and various musical styles including: rock, pop, blues, funk ,old school r&b, new wave, traditional, and of course jazz.

Early on, Hadrien became very attracted to cinema and showed a deep interest in movie scores and composers such as John Williams, Allan Silvestri, Jerry Goldsmith, James Horner, Stravinsky, Debussy, Rakmaninov, Holtz, and many more.

By the time he was 10 years old, he starts picking up bass lines from MOTOWN, Sting, Paul McCartney, EWF, Police, Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Prince, CHIC, Donald Fagen, Don Blackman, Steely Dan, Weather Report, Jaco Pastorius, Chick Corea, John MClaughlin, Herbie Hancock, etc..

From 2002 to currently, he has recorded and performed with many renowned musicians on 10 studio albums: John Mclauhgin, Chick Corea, Bireli Lagrene, Jean Luc Ponty, Gino Vanelli, Lee Ritenour, Hiromi, Mike Stern, Kamasi Washington, Thundercat, Billy Cobham, Scott Kinsey, Marcus Miller,  Andre Ceccarelli, Sylvain Luc etc.


Holger Marjamaa piano

Holger Marjamaa was born in Tallinn, Estonia and raised in a musical family. From an early age Marjamaa demonstrated precocious musical interest and talent, able to imitate, sing and play well-known classical pieces and jazz standards.


As a professional, Marjamaa has performed with Chris Botti, Lee Ritenour, Dennis Chambers, Lizz Wright, David Kikoski, Lonnie Liston Smith, John Riley, Steve Wilson, Jukkis Uotila, Mark Gross, Joey DeFrancesco, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra etc.

Holger holds many awards in both jazz and classical piano performance. Marjamaa was also a semi-finalist in the 2018 Thelonious Monk Jazz Piano Competition. He has performed across the United States, Europe and Asia, venues as Lincoln Center (Dizzy’s Club), Mezzrow Jazz Club, Smalls Jazz Club, Blue Note Tokyo, Blue Note New York, Blue Note Beijing, Blue Note Shanghai etc.


Marjamaa’s musical career has led him to New York City, where he studied in the Masters program at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music. A talent all grown up, Marjamaa is now an in-demand jazz pianist in both Europe and abroad.


Jussi Lehtonen drums

Drummer Jussi Lehtonen is an active figure in the Helsinki jazz scene, and he has been playing in the top bands for the past ten years. His playing is known to be energetic, sensitive and swinging, and he can play in many different styles. Lehtonen also leads a few groups under his own name and composes and arranges his own material. His debute cd as a leader (”Firstborn”, Texicalli Records) was released in march 2009.

Lehtonen has recorded two albums for Blue Note with U-Street All Stars and appears on several other recordings. He has toured extensively in Europe, and also in North-America, Japan and Indonesia. Lehtonen has performed and recorded with such familiar names as Randy Brecker, Tim Hagans, Wayne Krantz, Stockholm Jazz Orchestra, Norrbotten Big Band, UMO Jazz Orchestra, Rick Margitza, Jukkis Uotila, Palle Danielsson, Nils Landgren, Scott Kinsey and Marc Bernstein among others.