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Bee Geesus

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Bee Geesus is a Slovenian gospel choir. Group of cheerful singers weave vocals in a harmonious, urban sound under the baton of a known A cappella artist Matej Virtic. They call their musical expression Gospel Fever; it is known for its energetic execution of spiritual music with a strong harmony and firm rhythm. The choir remains always faithful to the original message of gospel music, which is no less important today than at the time when it meant a loud cry for personal freedom and hope for all oppressed. With an A cappella execution the Choir Bee Geesus feels especially close to the earliest form of the music, since the spiritual music in the beginning was exclusively vocal. The diverse selection of songs is composed from traditional gospel arrangements, spirituals, modern music with a touch of jazz and related genres of music as well as pop. Bee Geesus, even in the area with a wide range of choral singing, many A cappella groups and a wide variety of Christian artists, offers a unique musical experience.

Bernarda Fink

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One of the world’s most sought-after mezzo-sopranos, Bernarda Fink is a regular guest of the most prestigious concert venues and appears alongside internationally acclaimed conductors. Her repertoire covers the full gamut of musical styles, ranging from early music to twentieth-century works.

Bernardo Brizani

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Member of the younger generation of Slovenian musicians, cellist Bernardo Brizani has already built international reputation as a sought-after soloist.

Big Band GveriLLaz

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Big Foot Mama

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The Slovenian rock band Big Foot Mama was established in 1990 in Ljubljana. In 1999, they reached the pinnacle of popularity with their third album Tretja dimenzija (The third dimension). At the time, the band was deemed the rock/pop group of the decade, filling to the brim the largest concert venues, such as the Tivoli Hall and Križanke. In 2010, a documentary Tis’ dan v tednu (That day in the week) marked the band’s twentieth anniversary. In 2020, Big Foot Mama celebrates its 30 years of musicianship.

Bilbi

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The singer-songwriter and actor Bilbi (Maja Pihler) launched her career on German stages and in musicals. Together with the composer and musician Gregor Stermecki, she created a musical project, which is a truly colourful kaleidoscope of life stories, with a touch of humour, tragedy and self-criticism.

Blaž

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Blaž Gracar, better known as simply Blaž (as a rapper and hip-hop producer he worked under the stage name of Dpek), is a Slovenian electronic music artist, producer and writer.

Blue Train Quintet

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The Blue Train Quintet was formed in 2012 as an extended line-up of the Blue Train duo. The group primarily performs music by John Coltrane and Pharaoh Sanders, as well as their own original jazz tunes. The Blue Train Quintet has released three CDs.

Body Says No

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Ljubljana-based quartet Body Says No, a new name on the scene, can be described as a supergroup of the Slovenian underground, whose members have been active in various acts like Tovariš Strmoglavljen, Karmakoma, Low Peak Charlie and Balžalorsky Drašler Trio for more than a decade now. Describing their sound as underground rock, the band inventively blends elements of abrasive noise rock and spastic post-punk with the haziness of stoner rock and the melancholy of Americana.

Bogdana Herman

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Bogdana Herman is the first voice of Slovenian folk song. For more than three decades she has been exploring and reviving Slovenian musical heritage. Whilst mostly performing unaccompanied, Bogdana is always open to various musical collaborations. She has repeatedly worked with a variety of music figures, including Tomaž Pengov, Mira Omerzel-Terlep, Matija Terlep, Jure Tori, Svetlana Makarovič, Lado Jakša, Borut Savski, Vlado Kreslin, etc., etc.