Lynn Adib is a Syrian singer, born in Damascus. Introduced first to the Byzantine hymn tradition, she studied classical flute then discovered jazz at the age of 19 years old. Musicians: Lynn Adib - vocal Fady Farah – piano Yann-Lou Bertrand – double bass Augustin Bette - drums
Tin Men and the Telephone is a dutch band. Musicians: Tony Roe – piano Borislav Petrov – drums Lucas Dols – double bass Tin Men and the Telephone have received rave reviews from major newspapers and magazines, which praise the group's originality and endless creativity: seductive, funny, challenging, wicked, but always with great musical depth and strong rhythms.
Ibrahim Kevo is a Syrian singer from Al-Hassakeh. Infusing his work with the roots of traditional Syrian music, he is one of few singers to have developed the Arab, Syriac, Armenian, Kurdish and Hazki traditions and to have enriched the musical heritage of Northern Syria. He is also famous for playing the typical instruments of this region, such as buzuq, saz and baghlama.
The Jazzmine Bey Quartet (Tom Hornig, saxophone; Bruno Paoli, piano; Ruedi Felder, bass; Arnaud Oeggerli, drums) plays mainly original compositions by Bruno Paoli, as well as rarely played tunes by MacCoy Tyner, Wayne Shorter and Abdullah Ibrahim.