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The jazz festival will be closed by Sergio Mendes
10:47 21.07.2012
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The “Batumi Black See Jazz Festival 2012” will be closed today.

The live legend Brazilian musician Sergio Mendes will play on the festival today.

The festival was opened in Batumi on July 17. In the frameworks of the event, the legendary guitarist John Scofield performed; also, a member of the group Black Eyed Peas, DJ Taboo, virtuous pianist Joey Calderazzo and the star sextet of Beka Gochiashvili. 

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