Led by Serbian, Macedonian, Turkish, and French musicians, the group Slonovski Bal (In Serbian "Elephant Ball") was founded in France in 1997 on the initiative of clarinettist and saxophonist Tosha Vukmirovic.
Focused on fanfare in its early days, the group has been turning since 2008 into a more electric formation by abandoning some of its brass while preserving the mixing of European, Slavic and Eastern cultures.
In 2004 Slonovski Bal participated in the musical film "Albert est méchant" under the direction of Vladimir Cosma.
The band has participated in more than 500 concerts since its inception including the Sziget Festival (Budapest), the World Music Festival (Chicago), the Convivencia Festival (Porto), the Multi-Music Festival (Montreal) and the Gipsy Fever Festival (Brussels).
- Tosha Vukmirovic: saxophone, clarinet, flutes, vocals, trumpet
- Antoine Girard: accordion
- Ersoj Kazimov: darbuka, percussion, drums
- Bane Zdravkovic: guitar, vocals
- Daniel Puhek: bass
- 1998: Local Stereo
- 2001: Balkanska Rumba (Label Al Sur / Musisoft Distribution)
- 2002: Balkanska Rumba 2002 (Bal Bazar Production)
- 2003: Balkan Merak (Bal Bazar Production / The Other Distribution)
- 2007: Dzumbus (Bal Bazar Production / The Other Distribution)
- 2010: Electric Combo (Bal Bazar Production)
- 2013 : Zivi Bili (Bal Bazar / The Other Distribution)
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