Two Polish young jazz bands finished yesterday the stage of auditions for the Jazz Juniors International Exchange competition: Jan Kantner Quartet and Quantum Trio. As part of the showcase, we could see combos from Belgium, Italy, and Poland. In Harris Piano Jazz Bar, another phonographic premiere. This time performed by Stanisław Słowiński Quintet.

On the third and last day of auditions of this year’s edition of Jazz Juniors International Exchange, the stage of Zet Pe Te club saw two Polish bands: Jan Kantner Quartet and Quantum Trio.
The showcase part embraced an international line-up of performers. We listened to: Toni Mora Quartet from Belgium, last year’s laureates of Jazz Juniors – Tomasz Chyła Quintet, Wójciński/Szmańda Quartet, and Zadeno Trio from Italy.

As part of events accompanying Jazz Juniors International Exchange, co-organised with Harris Piano Jazz Bar, yet another album premiere has been hosted. The material from a recently released album “Visions | Between Love and Death” was presented by the Jazz Juniors 2015 laureate – violinist Stanisław Słowiński with his quintet.

 

fot. Paweł Mazur, Jazz Juniors International Exchange

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