Leszek Kułakowski | Katharsis | Not Two Records

The artist who recorded this album is a pianist who uses tasteful aesthetics created by Hancock and Jarret. Intelectual conception of improvisations, eagerly avoiding tonality, is likeable especially to those acquainted with modern mainstream. Kułakowski is not looking for easy fame. He avoids formal simplifications. He is searching, experimenting. — Piotr Iwicki and Olaf Szefczyk, Gazeta Wyborcza Continue reading

Leszek Kułakowski | Eurofonia | Not Two Records

At the 4th Komeda Jazz Festival in 1998 Leszek Kulakowski presented his project and symphonic score called EUROFONIA. This is not his first attempt to combine symphony music with jazz. The compositions “Chopin And Other Songs” are examples of such combinations. EUROFONIA is the pure invention of Leszek. This is a very colourful composition in which a refined symphonic orchestra is the background for a swinging jazz band accompanied by a soprano singer. This is a victory for the universal values of music and most of all a great victory for Leszek Kulakowski. — Anna & Carlos Sanchez Continue reading