Fedorov and Kruzenshtern

The unique melodies and charismatic vocals of Leonid Fedorov coupled with the powerful and rhythm section of avant-rock group Kruzenshtern & Parohod gives rise to a project unlike any other.
 

About:

Fedorov, of the Russian rock band Auktyon, has been performing at JetLAG since 2009.

Each year he returns to rock our hearts and our Saturday night stage with a new project.

Fedorov & Kruzenshtern - a collaboration between Leonid Fedorov (Auktyon) and Igor Krutogolov (Kruzenshtern & Parohod) with participation from Dmitri Ozerskiy, and musicians from Israeli avant-rock band Kruzenshtern & Parohod (Ruslan Gross – clarinet, Guy Shechter – drums)

 

Fedorov/  Auktyon

Kruzenshtern ii Parohod: Badbadbadbad

 

Fedorov and KruzenshterN: Tayl

 
 

Background:

 

Leonid Fedorov


Emblematic figure of the Russian rock-music, also known as one of the most interesting musicians-experimenters, who has collaborated with leading avant-jazz bass player Vladimir Volkov and Volkovtrio; poets Alexey Hvostenko and Anri Volokhonskiy; folklorists Sergey Starostin and Andrey Kotov; composer and thinker Vladimir Martynov; virtuoso violinist Tatyana Grindenko; leader of the band “Ne Zhdali” Leonid Soybelman; stars of New York “new” music Marc Ribot, John Medeski, Ned Rothenberg, Frank London, Ches Smith, and many others.

 

 

Kruzenshtern & Parohod


“Karate-boxing-jazz” – that’s how musicians of the Israeli band refer to their style, attempting to classify their music. Jewish melodies, teeth-breaking hard-core, progressive rock, and free-jazz are fused into a dense musical stream. Bassist, composer, multi-instrumentalist and improviser Igor Krutogolov writes all the music for the band, in which powerful sound is balanced with piercing melodies, depth, and ironic ease.