Drago Gajo: Jazz Internationalist
October 23, 2014
by Fred W. Gretsch
It's said that music is the universal language. And even though it's considered an American creation, jazz music in particular is performed and enjoyed all over the world—including in the central European nation of Slovenia.
For anyone who might be unfamiliar with Slovenia, it's one of the countries formed after the dissolution of the former Yugoslavia. Located at the northern end of the Adriatic Sea, Slovenia is bordered on the west by Italy, on the north by Austria, on the east by Hungary, and on the south by Croatia. In the center of the country lies its capital: Ljubljana. And in the heart of... Read More