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Singer Festival Warsaw

Posted on Aug 20, 2017 in / Serial Events


28.08.2017 19.00

The Nożyk Synagogue, 6 Twarda St. | Entry tickets

Line-up: Christopher Dell (vibraphone) |DE|, Marcin Oleś (bass) |PL|, Bartlomiej Oleś (percussion) |PL|

The jazz part of the Singer’s Warsaw Festival will be opened by the Polish-German trio, Oleś Brothers & Christopher Dell – “KOMEDA AHEAD” in the Nożyk Synagogue. The brothers, Marcin & Bartłomiej Oleś, have been composing and performing for more than ten years; this time, together with one of the most creative improvisers of the German music scene, Christopher Dell, they will get to interpret Krzysztof Komeda’s music. Performing compositions written by the legend of the Polish jazz music, they will bestow it with new, original and a very emotional caliber.


International formation of excellent improvisers, virtuosos and composers. Artists from Poland and Germany interpret music composed by the legend of Polish jazz – Krzysztof Komeda, basing on both the tradition of jazz and the achievements of contemporary music. They fill Komeda’s music with new, original meaning, full of emotionality, vigor and finesse.

Christopher Dell is one of the most creative improvisers on the German music scene. Graduate of prestigious institutions, winner of Gary Burton award, Deutche Schallplattenpreis and others. Jazz vibraphone player and composer of contemporary music. He cooperates with the prominent figures of the European scene, including several jazz legends, such as Benny Golson, Lee Konitz, Lalo Schfrin or Peter Erskin.

The brothers Marcin (contrabass) and Bartłomiej Oleś (percussion) have been composing their own music with a focus on jazz music for more than ten years. They are the authors of several original projects and accompany many famous jazz musicians from around the world (Kenny Werner, David Murray, Rob Brown, Chris Speed, Erik Friedlander, Rudi Mahall, William Parker, Andrzej Przybielski), creating “rhythmical dream team” as they were called by the German JazzZeitung magazine.

Tickets available on Eventim.pl and www.teatr-zydowski.art.pl, and, as of 31 July, at the ticket office of the Jewish Theatre, 35 Senatorska St., phone: +48 22 850 64 35 or in the Club of the Command of Garrison in Warsaw, 141a Niepodległości Ave., tel.: +48 22 850 56 56