İş Sanat has entered its 23rd season. It aims to successfully bring art activities to the public in Turkey, in line with Atatürk’s principles and philosophy of life.
The collaboration between I Mean It Creative and İş Sanat has now entered its fifth year. The concert hall in Istanbul’s İş Towers continues to attract audiences, while the activities continue successfully on digital media and on YouTube broadcasts, which started during the pandemic.
I Mean It Creative will continue to showcase its talents in creating key visual designs for new events.
Nils Petter Molvaer is a Norwegian jazz musician and composer, born on September 18, 1960, in the city of Sula. He is known for his innovative approach to jazz, fusing elements of ambient, electronic, and rock music into his compositions.
Molvaer started his music career as a trumpeter in local jazz bands in the 1980s. He later studied at the Trondheim Music Conservatory and made his debut as a solo artist with the album “Khmer” in 1997. The album received critical acclaim and established Molvaer as a leading figure in the Norwegian jazz scene.
Since then, Molvaer has released numerous albums and collaborated with many artists, including Sidsel Endresen, Eivind Aarset, and Jan Bang. He has won several awards, including the Norwegian Grammy Award, and has toured extensively around the world.
Molvaer’s music is characterized by his use of electronic effects and samples, combined with his virtuosic trumpet playing. He is known for his improvisational style and his ability to create rich, atmospheric soundscapes. His music has been described as “nu-jazz” or “future jazz,” and has been influential in the development of the genre.