Jazz, fusion, world music and reggae from all over the world.
July 16, 2011. The Institute (Old) Part of the town, the Molodyozhnaya Polyana (i.e., «youth lawn») and the Volga esplanade.
14:00 Marching drum orchestra parade Admission free
15:00 — 21:30 Main stage. Admission free!
Ori Dakari Quartet (Israel), Yury Schetkin & BrushUp! (Moscow, Russia), Indro Hardjodikoro & The Fingers (Indonesia), Oleg Pissarenko Band (Estonia), Arkady Schilkloper Trio feat. special guest Arkady FreeMan Kirichenko (Germany/Russia), Imperial Tiger Orchestra (Switzerland)
15:30 — 20:30 Reggae stage. Admission free!
Marakatu (Moscow, Russia), Jaya (Vologda, Russia), Bert Bebertos (Kazan, Russia), Dub Division (Moscow, Russia), Selfplayers (Moscow, Russia)
21:30 — 00:30 Jam session on a river boat. 2000 RUR
Feel free to swim in the Volga river, bring your own food and drinks, have dinner at the festival cafe, bookcross, take part in a chess match, buy souvenirs and handmade stuff, get a handicraft master class.
Questions? Call +7(915) 041-25-09 (English/Russian)
Here’s the link to the festival map
The festival historical center and hometown, Dubna, is not the only festival’s place today, but it still plays the key part: its’ a starting point in spreading the artists’ music over the rest of festival cities.Dubna is located in Moscow region (120 kms north from Moscow, the capital of Russian Federation; see the Google Maps)
In the town of Dubna there are…
- richest culture traditions developed by one of the first democratic communities in the former Soviet Union
- unique location ang ground environment: the great Volga’s and Dubna’s rivers and the channel named after Moscow confluence
- an exclusive economic zone (one of 15 in whole Russia)
- Joint Institute of Nuclear Research (founded by Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Cuba, Czech Republic, Georgia, Kazakhstan, North Korea, Moldova, Mongolia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan & Vietnam)
- 65.000 population
- State University and 5 branches of higher educational institutes
Project includes a 3-times-per-year international festival (several concert days each time), monthly big-venue solo concerts, discussion meetings, newspaper series of publications etc.
jazz, world music, ethnics, avant-gardes, electronics, fusion… whatever.
Participants geography (first 8 festivals):
22 foreign countries — USA, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Israel, Poland, Czech Republic, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Ukraine, France, Spain, Brazil, Denmark, Canada, Switzerland, Lithuania, Ireland, Turkey, Iceland. 24 Russian cities — Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Samara, Kaluga, Rostov-on-Don, Kazan, Ufa, Ivanovo, Yaroslavl, Kostroma, Voronezh, Nizhny Novgorod, Seversk, Petrozavodsk, Arkhangelsk, Ekaterinburg, Khimki, Murom, Dubna, Bryansk, Electrostal, Vladimir.
September 15-16, 2007, Dubna
(#2) «MuzEnergo. Second derivation».
February 23-25, 2008, Dubna, Moscow
(#3) «MuzEnergo. 3D».
August 9, 2008, Dubna (open air, admission free)
(#4) «MuzEnergo. 4/4».
November 14-23, 2008, Dubna, Moscow
(#5) «MuzEnergo. Fifth Leg».
March 14-29, 2009, Dubna, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Voronezh, Kaliningrad, Tikhvin
(#6) «MuzEnergo. Sixth Sense».
July 18, 2009, Dubna (open air, admission free)
(#7) «MuzEnergo. Check it seven times before make it».
November 20-29, 2009, Dubna, Moscow, Kimry, Kaluga
(#8) «MuzEnergo. Eights miracle».
March 9-21, 2010, Dubna, Moscow, Kimry, Tver, St. Petersburg, Electrostal, Kaliningrad, Voronezh
July 17, 2010. Dubna (open air, admission free), Moscow
November 25 — December 5, 2010. Dubna, Moscow, Electrostal, Kimry, Tver, Kaliningrad, Dzerzhinsk
Co-producers, partners & sponsors of early festivals:
- The science town of Dubna’s Administration
- The town of Kimry’s Administration
- Ministry of Cultural Affairs of Azerbaijan
- Embassy of Canada in Russian Federation
- Embassy of Israel in Russian Federation
- Embassy of Spain in Russian Federation
- Embassy of Switzerland in Russian Federation
- General Consulat of Lithuania in St. Petersburg
- Polish Cultural Center in Moscow
- NEC Display Solutions
- Kostroma’s State Philharmonic
- KokawaJazz production centre (Ukraine)
- AzEuroTel Communications (Azerbaijan)
- Joint Institute of Nuclear Research
- PowerCom Co., Ltd. (Russian office)
- Real IT analytic centre (Moscow)
- BCD Records (Poland)
- MoonJune Records (USA)
- DoDj (Ukraine)
- ArtMania (Moscow)
- Foreign media: BBC, WDR, AllAboutJazz.Com, «Russia Today» and «Azerbaijan TV» television companies, «Baku» magazine, «Azerbaijan News» newspaper, Ukrainian National Jazz Web-Portal
- Federal and Moscow media: TVC, State Broadcast Company, «Culture» radio, «Russian State Newspaper», «Trud», «News Time», «Moscow News», «Where Moscow», «Vedomosti», «Profile», TV7, «Jazz.Ru», «Big City», «InRock», «Cultpohod», «Zvuki.Ru», «Gazeta», «Italia», «Smena», «Regiony Rossii»
- Regional media: «Podmoskovie» and «Kostroma» television companies, «Baikalskie vesti» newspaper
- Local media