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The name Kaczmarczyk is probably soon going to become a definition of virtuosity and creativity in jazz

Mannheimer Morgen



On May 9th, Paweł Kaczmarczyk will be a guest at the VI Film Music of Krzysztof Komeda Festival in Warsaw. Commemorating the achievements of one of the most significant artists not only in the history of Polish jazz, but also in the history of world cinematography, the festival has been captivating audiences for a couple of years now. It offers screenings of films with Komeda's music, “Komeda- Polański” poster exhibitions, which the public has shown a great interest in, and also exceptional concerts by some of Poland's and Europe's top jazz artists.
And the Polish premiere of Paweł Kaczmarczyk's latest musical endeavor – prepared especially for this festival, together with Polish jazz saxophone legend Janusz Muniak - is sure to be this type of event.
Playing with these outstanding leaders in the Muniak/Kaczmarczyk KOMEDA PROJECT will be: Marcin Ślusarczyk (alto sax), Maciej Adamczak (bass) and Łukasz Żyta (drums).

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In April and May, the artist will be inviting jazz lovers to an extraordinary concert marathon - “II Directions In Music Nights”, which will honor the Harris Piano Jazz Bar's 17th anniversary (April 24-26th, May 3rd). It's a distinctive continuation of the “Directions In Music” concert series that was launched there a couple of years ago. It was initiated by Paweł Kaczmarczyk, who, together with his group and various guest musicians, has interpreted and enhanced the music of some of the greatest artists in the world of jazz. The musicians have delved into classic material by the likes of Freddie Hubbard, Hank Mobley, Jan Garbarek, Keith Jarrett and Ray Charles, among others. During these birthday concerts for the Harris Piano Jazz Bar, we'll hear which four artists this project will now be focusing on.

For starters - “Directions in Music: Eric Dolphy”, commemorating the creativity of one of the all-time preeminent figures of the American avant-garde – saxophonist Eric Dolphy. The line-up for this presentation will consist of Paweł Kaczmarczyk (piano), Maciej Garbowski (bass), Krzysztof Gradziuk (drums), and a saxophonist who has been lauded as one of the greatest revelations of the Polish jazz scene's younger generation, Maciej Obara.

On the second evening, while listening to the “Directions in Music: Dexter Gordon” project, we'll remind ourselves about a a completely different jazz saxophone legend. Assuming the figure of the American master of jazz ballads and gorgeous sound will be tenor saxophonist Piotr Baron. Also playing alongside Paweł Kaczmarczyk: Maciej Adamczak (bass) and Łukasz Żyta (drums).

The cycle's third evening promises to be exceptional as well - “Directions In Music: Elis Regina”, devoted to the art of Brazilian vocalist Elis Regina, whose work with Antonio Carlos Jobim earned her the title of all-time First Lady of Bossa Nova. For the presentation of this project, Kaczmarczyk will be joined by a phenomenal vocalist with Polish-Peruvian roots, Marita Alban Juarez, along with Jose Manuel Alban Juarez (drums),Tomas Celis Sanchez (percussion) and Andrzej Święs (bass).
The final evening of nightly jazz marathons will surely be explosive, the project being “Directions in Music: Headhunters”. Here the musicians will be bringing back the fantastic compositions of Herbie Hancock and his sensational group The Headhunters, which was a dominant force on the rhythm and blues/energetic funk scene of the 1970's. In this project, appearing alongside Paweł Kaczmarczyk on keyboards will be: Olaf Węgier (tenor sax), Łukasz Belcyr (guitar), Grzegorz Bąk (bass guitar), Filip Mozul (drums) and Tomas Celis Sanchez (percussion).

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It's not just the throngs of protesters at Maidan, not just bloggers, writers, internauts... Polish jazz musicians are also expressing their solidarity with our closest, freedom-fighting neighbor – as exemplified by pianist Paweł Kaczmarczyk's group, which will be participating in the International Jazz Festival “Єдність” (“Unity”) in Kiev, on March 29th.
This festival, now presenting its 13th edition in the National Academy Operetta Theater, has its renown and tradition, It's an international event, which has now hosted more than 500 musicians from virtually every part of the world. This year, in light of the dramatic events unfolding beyond our eastern border, the festival acquires a particular significance, with its name reaching the level of a powerful symbol. This musical event is intended to bring the people of Europe and the world together, regardless of their national origin, skin color or political views. Will it succeed? We'll find out soon.
The highlight of this year's edition of the festival will be the only Polish group to participate – The Paweł Kaczmarczyk Audiofeeling Trio, which will be playing in Kiev with Paweł Kaczmarczyk on piano, Maciej Adamczak on bass, and Dawid Fortuna on drums.
The Ukrainian audience will hear mainly compositions from Kaczmarczyk's exceptional new CD “Complexity in Simplicity” - but there'll also be a handful of the newest pieces the musicians are to record this June, in an upcoming recording session at a state-of-the-art recording studio in the town of Alwernia.

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Audiofeeling on tour!


We invite you to two Christmas concerts of Pawel Kaczmarczyk Audiofeeling Trio. Trio of Pawel Kaczmarczyk will play in Jazz Club Pod Filarami (Gorzów Wielkopolski) and on December 14 in Trafostacja Sztuki (Szczecin).

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Concerts of duo Bałych&Kaczmarczyk; in Gliwice and Kostrzyn nad Odrą!


Already today we invite you to next shows of remarkable jazz duo of young musicians: Adam Bałdycha and Pawel Kaczmarczyk. Concerts will be held on Sept. 5th in Gliwice and on Sept. 6th in Kostrzyn nad Odrą as part of ACT Night.

Premiere of the merger of these young and respected musicians took place in Cracow during the Summer Jazz Festival at the Piwnica pod Baranami and has been said to be one of the biggest revelation of the event, both by custom combination of instruments (piano and violin) and virtuoso craftsmanship and original compositions. In short - we guarantee a great musical treat!

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