The evening’s main attraction is undeniably the DKV Trio, i.e Hamid Drake, Kent Kessler and Ken Vandermark, but Hera XL is a project featuring what are currently the best younger generation Polish musicians on the improvised music scene.
Two extraordinary projects in one evening. Big names on the improvised music scene as well as the charismatic musicians from the Turkish Konstrukt project.
Tim Daisy is an unusually talented percussionist. He is one of the mainstays of the Chicago jazz scene (the so-called young Chicago). Tim was one of the musicians there at the “birth” of Krakow Jazz Autumn.
Zlatko Kaučič is a distinguished and very creative Slovenian percussionist. Mikrokolektyw are known for their onstage energy, which has been infecting listeners for 6 years.
“The concerts of those three great improvisers are a unique mix of tradition, avant-garde, energy and madness.” All About Jazz
This exhibition will present Marek’s designs for record labels, which were created over the space of many years.
Viktor Tóth, Clayton Thomas and Macio Moretti together make a very energetic trio of young improvisers.
Natural and spontaneous improvisation where composition is identical to performance, retaining its uniqueness as a result.
An explosive new free jazz quintet beautifully combining freely improvised melody with short compositions.
Martin Küchen is one of the most unusual improvisers in Europe – a saxophone virtuoso and bold and uncompromising artist who is fantastically well equipped to perform in both free jazz outfits and more experimental projects.
An outstanding Polish multi-instrumentalist. He has played with celebrities of the European and American jazz scenes. In his opinion, one of the most important things in art is not to lose one’s one individuality.
Defibrillator is an extremely energetic group whose sound is strongly rooted in the aesthetics of grindcore and noise. When their ranks are swelled by Peter Brötzmann, once called “the loudest saxophonist in the world”, they produce energy that is impossible to forget.