Macedonian Jazz Pianist, Composer and Arranger
- Hlas L'udu Newspaper
"Simon Kiselicki is a jazzer that does not always sit still on his piano"
- Visit Skopje
"...his sound is not
only Macedonian, but unique in the Balkans!"
- Black Note Valencia
"Most remarkable projects" - Eventim
Skopje Jazz Festival
Count Basie Genoa
Ohrid's Dom Na Kultura
Glazba i Rec Festival Cavtat
Nis Symphony Orchestra Hall
Petrovac Jazz Festival
Kumanovo Jazz Festival
Hard Jazz Cafe Troubadour Dubrovnik Universal Hall Skopje
Peace Unlimited Festival
Troilus i Cressida Macedonia
Stanica 26 Skopje
The Art Foundation Sofia
Skopsko Summer Festival
KSET Club Zagreb
Sofia Live Club
European Parliament Brussels
Daut Pashin Amam Skopje
Estudio 21 Valencia
Heraclea Amphitheatre Bitola
Javna Soba Skopje
Simon Kiselicki is a Macedonian jazz pianist, composer and arranger considered "one of the most influential personalities of the Macedonian jazz scene". He has released seven albums, composed, performed and arranged for other musicians' albums and projects, created an audio/video production, performed in some of the biggest European festivals and has performed across the world as a solo artist and with his group.
Simon's style, unique in the jazz scene and representative of his culture, is recognised around the world, and his concerts are "sensitive, vigorous, emotional, empathetic and other expressions are just part of the marvellous journey Simon takes us through..."
'Same No More'
On the 7th January 2019, the ten year old album which has been kept secret from the public, 'Same No More' was released. Buy the digital album now at BandCamp or CDBaby.
Kiselicki returns to the Hard Jazz Cafe Troudabour after ten years
Simon returned in July to the Hard Jazz Cafe Troudabour (Dubrovnik) after ten years, where he had performed every summer for ten years with recognised Dubrovnik jazzers. This year he performed as a welcome guest with the Maja Savic Quartet.
Same No More
"Nine compositions, passing through time and its three dimensions: the past, present and future, it is revealed that nothing is as it is or what it seems (whether it was or will be) and it is audible that everything is variable...
I invite you to listen to my solo piano album 'Same No More'. Recorded in 2009, ten years ago, I could have even called the album 'Ten Years Ago', but either way in ten years time it will still be 'Same No More' . Well now's the time to release the album into the world, so let the wind blow it further away from the drawer it collected spiderwebs from!
Peace and love,
"Sensitive, vigorous, emotional, empathetic and other expressions are just part of the marvellous journey Simon takes us through..."
— Garo Tavitjan
Simon setting the scene at Stanica 26