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Swedish Jazz Music Concert on Women empowerment and Climate Change


Olimpias Orkan from Gothenburg,
Sweden, came together in 2017 with the intention
of creating music that pushes boundaries and challenges the norms of jazz by
exploring the infinite possibilities of a seven-piece band. ​With vivid melodies,
energetic improvisation and a strong interaction on stage, the septet catches the ears
and hearts of the listeners. The lyrics depicts a wide range of emotions that can
occur in a human being and portrays the injustice in society in an honest and open
way.

The band consists of:
Vocals
Alto saxophone/clarinets
Tenor saxophone/clarinet
Tenor saxophone/bass clarinet
Piano
Bass
Drums

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