Leszek Możdżer enchants audiences around the world just as much with his solo piano concerts and chamber ensemble programmes as when he is accompanied by a symphony orchestra. Although his classical training made him a skilled interpreter of the works of Bach, Chopin and Lutosławski, it is really with his improvisations that he truly soars. The doors to the jazz world were opened for Marcin Wasilewski and his trio with the support of world-renowned trumpeter Tomasz Stańko. They are now considered among the most noteworthy representatives of piano trio jazz performance. Every new album put out by Paweł Kaczmarczyk's Audiofeeling Trio arouses great interest, as their uncategorisable music always makes journeys of discovery into the borderlands of other genres. Similar to him in this regard is Piotr Orzechowski, who emerged as a wunderkind before studying at the Berklee College of Music and winning the Montreux Jazz Piano Competition. He has an amazing way of revising the works of the most diverse classical composers and condensing them for solo piano.
On this evening, the four pianists will be venturing forth everywhere from Chopin to Krzysztof Komeda to Depeche Mode - with plenty of improvisation.
Commissioned by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute as part of the Polska Music programme and the international POLSKA 100 programmes celebrating the centenary of the declaration of Polish independence; financed as part of the NIEPODLEGŁA 2017-2021 of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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