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  • Marcin Masecki, photo Jan Bebel.

    Pianist, composer and producer whose style oscillates between jazz, classical and experimental music. Read more about: Marcin Masecki

  • Mikromusic, image courtesy of Lion Stage

    The wonderful vocals of Natalia Grosiak are this band’s biggest strength Read more about: Mikromusic

  • Małe Instrumenty, photo: Łukasz Rajchert, courtesy of the artist

    Small Instruments (Małe Instrumenty) was founded in 2006 by Paweł Romańczuk. The band uses tiny professional instruments, toys and other small-sized sound sources to create magical music. Read more about: Małe Instrumenty

  • Jerzy Małek, photo: Jakub Ćmil

    A trumpeter, composer, producer and lecturer at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk, born in Elblag in 1978. He is considered as one of the best Polish jazz trumpeters of the recent years and compared to such big names as Tomasz Stanko or Piotr Wojtasik. Read more about: Jerzy Małek

  • Artur Majewski, photo: Arnau Vidal Cascallo

    Artur Majewski – trumpeter and composer, born in Wrocław in 1978. In 2002 he graduated from the Academy of Music in Katowice, where he studied the trumpet at the Faculty of Jazz and Light Music. For nine years Majewski was a member of Robotobibok, a band which explored the border of rock, jazz, electronic music and drum’n’bass. Read more about: Artur Majewski

  • Mr Krime, photo: Dominik Tarabański

    As a DJ and producer Mr Krime has been in the musical scene since the mid-90s. He was a pioneer of Polish turntablism. Read more about: Mr Krime

  • Mosaik

    A folk band which merges the Slavic musical tradition with oriental influences. The styles turn out to get along splendidly - is no separation and it forms one ingenious style, with one guiding principle: the use of historical and ethnic instruments from different times and places. Read more about: Mosaik

  • Julia Marcell, fot. Iwona Bielecka / Arts 2 Music

    Julia Marcell (real name: Julia Górniewicz) is a Berlin-based singer-songwriter originally from Olsztyn. For her second album, June, Marcell was nominated for 7 Fryderyks (winning one for best alternative album), as well as receiving a Polityka Passport award. Read more about: Julia Marcell