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Kuba Wójcik

Kuba Wójcik – guitarist & composer. He’s always looking for new forms of expression. Founder and leader of Minim feat. Sainkho, Kuba Wójcik’s Threak (feat. Bruun and Davidsen), and Mad Ship. He played at festivals and clubs in Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Austria, Czech Republic and Poland. He was a member of the international program "You Me - Young Musicians play Europe". Graduated from Jazz Department in Music Academy in Gdańsk, and completed a scholarship at the Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen. He collaborated with such artist like: Rolf Kuhn, Peter Bruun, Nils Davidsen, and many others.

Light Star Guiding

I conceived this idea, which had been formulating for a considerable amount of time, as an opposition to all the acoustic projects I am currently often based in, and also as a return to my roots - when I started playing, my first group was a very electric, post punk noise-jazz kind of sounding outfit, and I wanted to return some way to this idea but with many more years of experience to draw upon. Composition and Improvisation are parallel in this group and they should both feed each into each other. The use of sustained rhythm as opposed to “jazz” drum patterns, with Bass forms backbone that everything else can hang on. Repetition and trance are as important as melody and harmony as are the use of extreme techniques from both electric guitar and saxophone, but, we never forget about the beauty of music and the ability of great music to transport both band and listeners, this is our primary goal hence our name “Light Star Guiding”. Group members: Ray Dickaty: tenor saxophone; Mikołaj Poncyljusz: guitar; Staszek Czyżewski: double bass; Dominik Mokrzewski: drums.

Jacek Grekow

Graduate of Computer Science in Sophia, Bulgaria. Graduate 1996 of the Vienna Conservatory and in 2006 graduate of Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw.

Dariusz Petera

DARIUSZ PETERA - musician, pianist, composer. Team leader: Petera Sextet and jazz-rock band Fusion Generation Project. He has two albums in his discography: signed with his name "Flashover" (Lydian Series / Requiem Records, 2019), recorded with the team of Petera Sextet and "No Fusion" (Allegro Records, 2013), registered with the Fusion Generation Project team, which featured the American trumpeter Michael "Patches" Stewart. He is a graduate of the Original School of Popular Music and Jazz K. Komeda in Warsaw in the arrangement class of prof. Lucjan Kaszycki and piano by Wojciech Kamiński. He also studied at the excellent jazz pianist Janusz Skowron. Laureate of the 3rd Place in the 5th International Competition for Jazz Composition 2018 as part of the 13th edition of the Silesian Jazz Festival (Katowice 2018)

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Grzegorz Tarwid

Grzegorz Tarwid – pianist and composer. He gathered experience from many masters of Polish pianism: first from the veteran of traditional jazz Wojciech Kamiński, then Andrzej Jagodziński and Michał Tokaj. He moved then to Copenhagen to study and be inspired by the Danish free school: Jacob Anderskov and Carsten Dahl. He has also performed recently in Cologne, Germany where he played with Just Another Foundry trio and distinguished bassist, Robert Landfermann. He has toured with Zbigniew Namysłowski, Kazimierz Jonkisz, Albert Beger, but also with Maciej Obara and Tomasz Dąbrowski

Immortal Onion

The Trio was founded in the spring of 2016. Artists such as Esbjörn Svensson, Hiromi Uehara and Tigran Hamasyan are where the band gets its inspiration from. The classification of Immortal Onion's music is rather challenging, as the musicians are not afraid to refer to many music genres. Their songs are influenced, among others by jazz, film music, minimalism, fusion, electronic music, and even progressive metal. In spite of this divergence in the styles they rotate in, they have succeeded in creating their own recognizable language. Their distinctive sound is down to them skillfully combining energetic and rhythmically complex fragments with minimalist, trickier themes and lyrical themes. The technical and musical proficiency of Immortal Onion's members would not be so surprising if not the fact that the oldest member, Ziemowit Klimek is currently in a 1st year student of composition and entertainment arrangement at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk in the class of Prof

Piotr Rucinski

PIOTR RUCIŃSKI – the guitarist, composer and arranger, presents on his album Let’s Play a Blues a number of compositions from different periods of his musical activity. "Hotel Grand" and "Wielkie koło" were composed at the beginning of 1980s and first recorded together with Elżbieta Mielczarek, Jan Skrzek and Piotr A. Majewski in legendary Aquarium jazz club in Warsaw. "Pięć czwartych" and "Ostatnia knajpa zamknięta" are two examples of several pieces written together with Waldemar Baryło between 2002 and 2008 as part of the Kadabra band. "One note blues" and "Solo na dnie" are the latest compositions of Piotr Ruciński

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Szymon Bialorucki

Szymon Białorucki — studied jazz trombone with Grzegorz Nagorski, at the Academy of Music in Katowice. In the year 2013/14 he studied with Nils Wogram, at the Hochschule Luzern, Musik, in Switzerland. Szymon leads a quartet The Forest Tuner, where he presents his personal vision of music. The band released its debut album entitled "Tunes" in 2016. He plays in the Konglomerat Big Band – Poland’s first professional, non-commercial Big Band profiled for contemporary improvised music. He participated in various workshops with such musicians as: Peter Bernstein, Mark Soskin, Ed Partyka, Uwe Dierksen, Andy Middleton, Greg Osby, Dariusz Terefenko, Gerry Hemingway, John Voirol, Piotr Wojtasik, Maciej Obara, Dominik Wania, Tom Arthurs, Ole Morten Vaagan, Gard Nilssen

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Mateusz Chorazewicz

Mateusz Chorazewicz is Polish jazz saxophonist of the young generation. He graduated from the Stanislaw Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdansk. He was developing his musical skills under the guidance of the most distinguished Polish jazzmen – Maciej Sikala, Adam Wendt, Maciej Obara, Jerzy Malek and many others. He also participated in numerous workshops led by such personalities of jazz as Ed Partyka, Piotr Wojtasik, Jim Black, Ole Morten Vaagan, Jon Falt, Tom Arthurs, Dominik Wania, Zohar Fresco, Peter Hertmans, Andy Middleton and Wayne Horvitz. He is passionate about juicy, hardbop sound of Benny Golson's saxophone, but also does not avoid experimental sounds of Yusef Lateef, Dewey Redman and Pharoah Sanders

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Luis

Luis graduated as an instrumentalist and saxophone teacher from the National Conservatory of Music in Havana, Amadeo Roldan. He studied under the class of Carlos Averhoff. After completing his studies, Luis Nubiola was invited to go on stage by several distinguished Cuban jazz musicians including Jose Luis Cotes (El Tosco), José Miguel Credo (El Greco) and Díakara. He joined the Cuban music group PG, under the direction of the renowned conductor and flutist José Luis Cortes (El Tosco), founder of the famous NG La Banda group and Top Secret. In Cuba Luis Nubiola has also participated in several musical workshops and performed with Danilo Peres, Gonzalo Rubalcava, George Benson, Steve Coleman, Ralf Irizarry, and others. In 2001, Luis Nubiola moved to Costa Rica where he became one of the finest and most famous musicians, working with such artists as Walter Flores (Grammy winner), Robert Aguilar and “Chocolate Band”


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