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The Sarajevo Jazz Fest to be opened by Richard Bona

13. October 2011. | 08:34

Source: BH Daily News

The fifteenth Jazz Fest Sarajevo 2011 is going to open on November 1st in the Bosnian Cultural Center in Sarajevo by- Richard Bona.

The authentic compositions and interpretations of Richard Bona introduce the listener to a world of breathtaking beauty.

The fifteenth Jazz Fest Sarajevo 2011 is going to open on November 1st in the Bosnian Cultural Center in Sarajevo by- Richard Bona.

He was born in Cameroon, and today lives in New York, where he is a university professor and a musician. From 1999, when he released his first album, he has released seen studio albums and one live.

Bona's newest album is titled "The Ten Shades of Blues".

Tickets for his concert and other can be reserved on www.jazzfest.ba


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