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Vladyslav Sendecki

Born 1955 in Gorlice, city near Krakow (Poland) Primary music school till 11 years old, piano lessons from his father Continued study at School of Music Frederic Chopin with Prof. H. Szkielska and Prof. L. Stefanski As a classic pianist, at 15, he toured Holland and Belgium Between 1973 and 1981 studied piano and composition at the Music Academies in Krakow and Katowice, rectors: K. Penderecki - Krakow, Katowice - M. Gorecki Found love for jazz and music improvisations 1974 founded jazz groups like “Extra Ball” and later “Sunship” at 21, where more than 200,000 records were sold 1st prize at the international jazz festival “Jazz on Odra River” (1976) 1st Prize of jazz critics, high sales numbers, he was invited to numerous international jazz festivals Among others worked with the Novi Singers, Z. Namyslowski, Janusz Muniak and T. Stanko 1981 emigrated in Switzerland Went on tours and played concerts in many countries: USA, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Scandinavia. Worked internationally with artists such as Jaco Pastorius, Lenny White, Marcus Miller, Billy Cobham, Larry Coryell, Michael and Randy Brecker, Joe Henderson, M. Urbaniak, Klaus Doldinger's “Passport” Victor Bailey, Miroslav Vitous, Jojo Meyer, Peter Herbolzheimer, Buster Williams, Till Bronner, Christof Lauer, Tomas Stanko, Nils Landgren, NDR Big Band with Al Jarreau, Bobby McFerrin, Victoria Tolstoy and many others

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