Jez Nelson presents music from Warsaw's distinctive jazz scene. Including performances by pianist Marcin Masecki and his Profesjonalizm sextet and the free jazz of Osaka Vacuum.
Jez Nelson travels to Warsaw to present music from the city's distinctive jazz scene. In the last few years the Polish capital has become one of the most exciting centres of European jazz, with a host of young musicians exploring everything from Chopin to electronic music. The programme includes performances by pianist Marcin Masecki and his Profesjonalizm sextet, and the free jazz of Osaka Vacuum, a sax/cello/drums trio led by British ex-pat Ray Dickaty.
Presenter: Jez Nelson
Producers: Phil Smith & Russell Finch.
Jez talks to Ray Dickaty about the Warsaw jazz scene
Osaka Vacuum recorded at Chłodna 25, Warsaw on 1 October 2011
Ray Dickaty (tenor saxophone), Mikołaj Pałosz (cello), Paweł Szpura (drums)
Profesjonalizm recorded at Chłodna 25, Warsaw on 1 October 2011
Marcin Masecki (piano), Kamil Szuszkiewicz (trumpet), Michał Górczyński (clarinet/saxophone), Tomasz Duda (saxophone), Jerzy Rogiewicz (drums), Piotr Domagalski (double bass)