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A tribute live commemorating the birth of Yadranka has finally been decided!
Jadranka is a singer representing the former Yugoslavia who loved Japan. In commemoration of her birth, coba, Kumiko, Kido Nazuki and other Japanese music friends with whom she had a close relationship performed a tribute live. What was scheduled for July this year has been postponed due to Corona, and it has been decided to hold it again on Sunday, January 6, 2023 with the same performers and venue. -Yadranka profile-
Born July 24, 1950. Originally from Sarajevo, former Yugoslavia (now Bosnia and Herzegovina). At the age of 16, he joined his uncle’s jazz band in Germany. Debuted in Oslo as a bassist at the age of 18. In 1984, he produced and sang the theme song for the Sarajevo Winter Olympics. In the same year, he won the Yugoslavian Art Award. In 1992, when I was staying in Japan for recording, a civil war broke out in my home country. Based in Japan until 2011, unable to return to Japan. He performed in various places and appealed for peace. He is also committed to cultural exchange with his home country.
In 2007, “ŠTO TE NEMA” released in Germany by British music magazine “SONGLiNES” won Top of the World. The recorded album was selected as the best album of the year and became a hot topic in Europe. In 2008, the Spanish music magazine “SONS DE LA MEDITERRANIA” selected her as one of the ten divas of the Mediterranean. In June 2009, he won the Bosnia and Herzegovina Music Award.
In Japan, in 2001, he participated in Ryuichi Sakamoto’s “Mine ZERO” campaign. Appeared on TBS “NEWS23” and became a hot topic. He also sings the insert song for the NHK special “Roman Empire”, the theme song for TV Tokyo’s news documentary “Rubicon no Ketsudetsu”, and the theme song for the movie “Tamashii Moe!”. Participated in the project of world-famous filmmaker Masakatsu Takagi, and from July 2009 documentary films were screened in various parts of Tokyo and Canada. In 2008, “Amalia” provided to Yoko Nagayama became a hot topic, and in October 2010, he self-covered. From April to May 2011, NHK’s “Minna no Uta” broadcasted “Someone was playing Saz”, which caused a great response.
In March 2011, while visiting Croatia for work, he was diagnosed with ALS. On May 3, 2016, he passed away due to respiratory failure due to ALS. Age 65.
◇ Live information ◇
Yadranka Birthday Festival New Year Tribute Live 2023
[Date and time]
Friday, January 6, 2023
Doors open 18:15/Start 19:00
Kichijoji STAR PINE’S CAFE
Address: 1-20-16 B1, Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino 180-0004
[Performers] (in alphabetical order)
Miwa Inaba (koto)
Naoki Kita (violin)
Kinou Nazuki (guitar)
Tadahiro Sakashita (vocals)
Yoshiko Sakata (pipa)
Yasuhiro Yoshigaki (Percussion)
Price: 5,000 yen (tax included)
Reservation URL: https://tiget.net/events/196702
■ Delivery ticket
Price: 3,000 yen (tax included)
Delivery ticket sales: https://eplus.jp/sf/detail/3688750001 Sale period: ~ January 12 (Thursday) 20:00
Archive viewing period: Available from Friday, January 6, 2023 to Thursday, January 12, 23:59
Kichijoji STAR PINE’S CAFE 0422-23-2251
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Ticket / TiGET reservation
◇ Latest CD release information ◇
“Stotenema ~I can hear that song~ / Jadranka”
Title: Stotenema ~I can hear that song~
Release date: April 21, 2021
Product number: COCB-54328
Price: 2,000 yen (tax included)
Publisher: Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.
Planning/Explanation/Supervision: Ayumi Tomori
2. ŠTO TE NEMA Štotenema
3. Burning sadness VANDAL HEARTS – BURNING SORROW
4. EYES OF WATER Water gaze
5. EVERYTHING BIRDS CAN SEE This world as seen by birds
6. NA DRUMOVIMA SREMA Road leading to the hill
7. Emina Emina
9. Ljubav Brža Od Svijetla Love is faster than light
10. VJERUJEM I believe
-Bonus track (unreleased demo sound source)-
11. “Shtotenema ~That song can be heard~” (Japanese version of ŠTO TE NEMA) 12. Io ti amo
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