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.


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




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.