The BLUE SHROUD BAND residency will give their final concert of the composition “all this this here”
Premiere of a Polish-Korean audiovisual project commissioned by the Korean Cultural Center in Poland (Centrum Kultury Koreańskiej).
Autumn in Alchemia Club, Krakow has resonated with the sounds of free jazz and im-provised music since 2006 and we are very happy to announce that despite the pan-demic, this year will be no different.
Five decades of music, seventeen improvisers and three extraordinary evenings in one extraordinary city. At the beginning of March, improvised jazz lovers will have something really special to look forward to!
The trio Polonka set themselves a seemingly impossible task: to combine ethnic music from as many countries as possible. They are inspired by rhythms from regions of Poland, Africa and the Caucasus, while improvising and drawing on the avant-garde.
Krakow Improvisers Orchestra is a collective well known to lovers of improvised music, especially to the regulars of Krakow Jazz Autumn. The audience will surely remember their collaboration with Japanese piano virtuoso Satoko Fujii two years ago. This group of experimenters brings together musicians from many worlds – those with […]
This project of three supremely talented representatives of the Polish jazz scene is to a large extent a result of a joint performance in 2014, which gathered a large group of musical personalities during the Warsaw Ad Libitum festival. It was the Ad Libitum Ensemble led by pianist Augusti Fernandez […]
This year, the Wandering The Sound trio will be extended to the size of a quintet.
Hailed as one of the most creative free jazz pianists of our time, Japanese composer Satoko Fujii is a figure who needs no introduction to fans and regulars at Krakow Jazz Autumn. She has performed in Krakow many times, enchanting the audience each and every time. Her memorable concerts with […]
Joëlle Léandre is a complete and uncompromising bass player. Her playing is characterized by outstanding instrumental technique, unlimited imagination and great charisma. She studied at the Conservatoire de Paris and later at the Center for the Arts in Buffalo. Giacinto Scelsi and John Cage composed music for her. Léandre was […]
This American band may turn out to be the biggest surprise of the festival. They combine jazz, noise, hip hop, electronics and African music, often in just one song.
“The trio of saxophonist Dave Rempis, cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm and drummer Paal Nilssen-Love has the capacity to annihilate ears, but the art here is the manner in which they run their race” writes Mark Carroto at All About Jazz. This freejazz power trio met for the first time in a […]