Danil Zverkhanovsky

Berlin, Germany

about

Danylo Zverkhanovskyi considers instrumental and improvised contemporary music to be his main speciality as a solo artist. Zverkhanovskyi prefers performing original pieces, and as a composer he tries to remain open to the global musical achievements of our time, while looking at them through the prism of his own experience, identity, and beliefs.
Zverkhanovskyi began performing with an orchestra in 2007. While studying in Kyiv he performed on stages in different Ukrainian cities at festivals such as Jazz Kolo, Jazz Koktebel, Cherkasy Jazz Festival, Alfa Jazz, and others. Zverkhanovskyi’s work with the Kyiv Big Band in 2011–2012 marked an important experience in his professional life. In addition to his activities as a musician, Zverkhanovskyi also produces and mixes recordings and teaches music.

International performances and experience:
• 2013 – Montreux Guitar Competition at Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland
• 2013 – MM Jazz Festival, St. Pölten, Austria
• 2017 – Riga Jazz Stage, Riga, Latvia
• While in Germany, Zverkhanovskyi also performed as a leader in Berlin clubs such as B-Flat Jazz Club and Kunstfabrik-Schlott. He has also performed in many smaller venues in Berlin, Graz, Austria, and Budapest, Hungary.

International collaboration:
Zverkhanovskyi is a member of the international rock band Blondevillain which includes members from New Zealand, Ireland, and Italy. Zverkhanovskyi co-founded an indie band called Bird Dreams, that includes musicians from Ukraine, Italy, and Germany.

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Danil Zverkhanovsky – guitar
Igor Osypov – bass guitar
Jesus Vega – drums

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Danil is a very special guy and musician. He is very talented and has quite unique way of thinking about music and guitar. This approach is to my liking . I’m sure if he goes his natural way, there will be things that no one has heard before. He turned out to be a little shy, so it took me a while to see who he was. And he has a great sense of humor – I think that’s the first thing that united us.

Kurt Rosenwinkel, guitarist, founder of Heartcore Records (Germany) for Ukrainian online magazine Meloport