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Jazz At Berlin Philharmonic

Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic III - CD

  • Format: CD
  • Cat No.: ACT 9578-2
  • Barcode: 614427957825
  • German Release: 27/03/2015
  • Genre: Piano Jazz, Jazz

The protagonists in the sold-out Kammermusiksaal, conjured up a celebrated concert evening that once again shows that a mix of jazz, classical and folk music provides important impulses for the future of European jazz and Poland, here with Możdżer on the piano, plays a big part in that.

CD € 17,50



For many, jazz means new ideas, new sounds, and always doing things for the first time, and the same goes for the “Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic” concert series. On these evenings, surprising, unique combinations of musicians and border-crossing projects can be heard in the Kammermusiksaal of the Berlin Philharmonie. This is one of the many reasons why they have nearly always sold out since their inception in November 2012, and part of what makes them a highlight of Berlin's music scene.On May 7th, 2014, “Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic” headed East on its musical journey to the jazz stronghold of Poland. Whenever the topic of Polish jazz arises, it’s never long before the name Leszek Możdżer is mentioned. The 1971-born piano virtuoso is revered like a pop star in his homeland, his albums routinely make their way into the Polish charts, beat...

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Leszek Możdżer / piano
Lars Danielsson / bass & cello
Zohar Fresco / percussion

Atom String Quartet :
Dawid Lubowicz / violin
Mateusz Smoczyński / violin
Michał Zaborski / viola
Krzysztof Lenczowski / cello


Recording Information

Produced by Siggi Loch & Leszek Możdżer
Presented by Stiftung Berliner Philharmoniker

Recorded live in concert at the Berlin Philharmonie (KMS)
by Klaus Scheuermann and Piotr Taraszkiewicz

Mixed and mastered by Grzegorz Czachor and
Klaus Scheuermann. Additional mixing by Marek Heimbürger.


For many, jazz means new ideas, new sounds, and always doing things for the first time, and the same goes for the “Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic” concert series. On these evenings, surprising, unique combinations of musicians and border-crossing projects can be heard in the Kammermusiksaal of the Berlin Philharmonic. This is one of the many reasons why they have nearly always sold out since their inception in November 2012, and part of what makes them a highlight of Berlin's music scene. On May 7th, 2014, “Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic” headed East on its musical journey to the jazz stronghold of Poland.