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9th October 2018

The latest project of Vladyslav “Adzik” Sendecki with the participation of artists performing various genres of music is an attempt to find common sources and inspiration using the universal language of improvisation.

Vladyslav ‘Adzik’ Sendeckian outstanding Polish pianist and jazz composer. He studied piano at the Higher School of Music in Krakow. In the 1970s he was a co-founder and leader of the Extra Ball and Sun Ship teams. 1981 he went to Switzerland, and later (1995) to Germany, where he lives and works to this day. He performed and recorded with m.in. Jaco Pastorius, Billy Cobham, Michael and Randy Brecker, Larry Coryell, Al Jarreau, Maria Schneider, Michał Urbaniak, Urszula Dudziak, Didier Lockwood, Mark Stockhausen. Since 1996 he has been a permanent pianist / keyboardist, composer and arranger of the NDR Big Band, one of the best jazz orchestras in Europe. He touches a wide spectrum of stylistic – from acoustic jazz with elements of classical music (Romanticism, Impressionism) to fusion, electronics (album “Electric Treasures”) and ethnic jazz (incl. Suite “Anima Mundi”). He is an unmatched soloist with a huge improvisational potential. He regularly performs in Poland (solo and with various formations), including during the Summer Jazz Festival Krakow.

Nils Petter MolværNorwegian trumpeter and composer. He is considered one of the precursors and the most interesting representatives of the nu jazz, a direction combining improvised music with electronics. He studied at the Conservatory in Trondheim, in the 1980s he was a member of the Mesqualero band (with Arild Andersen and Jon Christensen among others), with whom he recorded four albums. In 1997, under the name ECM, he registered “Khmer”, the first author’s album, which brought him recognition and set the direction for his further exploration. In his works he makes unconventional combinations of improvised parties performed on the trumpet with elements of fusion, electro, ambient, noise, ethnic and contemporary bits of such styles as house, drum`n`bass and hip-hop. He cooperated with m.in. Bill Laswell, Herb Hancock, Biosphere, Hector Zazou, Django Bates, Manu Katché, Paolo Fresu.

Mino Cinelu , world-famous American percussionist of French origin. The turning point in his career was 1981, when he began working with Miles Davis (including albums: “We Want Miles”, “Star People”, “Decoy”). He also recorded with Gil Evans, the Weather Report group, Sting, Pat Metheny and many leading jazz and pop musicians. In Poland, he took part in several sessions of the singer Anna Maria Jopek (albums: “Upojenie”, “Farat”, “Heaven”, “ID”), also appeared on the album “Wolno” guitarist Marek Napiórkowski.

Bogdan Chmura


Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra


Wtorkowy klub Jazzowy – Chamber Hall
Plac Wojciecha Kilara 1
Katowice, Poland
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