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Branco Stoysin

Born in the former Yugoslavia but now based in London Stoysin is a skilled acoustic guitarist and composer who is inspired by the folk music of his homeland. Runs his own Sun Recordings label and has recorded several albums over the course of the last fifteen years, the latest a solo recording “Alone” (2013).
Also runs a regular trio featuring Leslee Booth (six string bass) and Buster Birch (percussion) and has recorded regularly for Sun in this format.


ARTIST REVIEWS
Lily of the Valley
Lily of the Valley

"Immaculately recorded. Relaxing but with plenty of depth."

3 out of 5

Album Review


Inexhaustible
Inexhaustible

"Full of quiet beauty this is the sound of a master craftsman at work."

3 out of 5

Album Review


Alone
Alone

"This is delightfully subtle music with its roots in folk forms, relaxing but never bland, and played with an extraordinary amount of dedication and skill. "

3-5 out of 5

Album Review


Above The Clouds
Above The Clouds

"All of the Stoysin hallmarks are here, gorgeous folk inspired melodies, skilful but unhurried playing, a pristine recorded sound and an obvious love of both humanity and nature."

3-5 out of 5

Album Review


JAZZ MANN FEATURES

‘Tubby Hayes: A Man in a Hurry’, University of Reading London Road Campus, 11/05/2018

‘Tubby Hayes: A Man in a Hurry’, University of Reading London Road Campus, 11/05/2018

Guest contributor Trevor Bannister's thoughts on a night of jazz & film to celebrate Tubby Hayes with the Simon Spillett Quartet and the acclaimed film documentary "‘Tubby Hayes: A Man in a Hurry".


Sunday at Cheltenham Jazz Festival, 06/05/2018.

Sunday at Cheltenham Jazz Festival, 06/05/2018.

Ian Mann enjoys the penultimate day at Cheltenham and performances by Wolves Are People Too, China Moses, Issie Barratt, Christian McBride, Kamasi Washington, Arun Ghosh and Vein with Stan Sulzmann.


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