Sławek Jaskułke

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Sławek Jaskułke
Sławek Jaskułke w Carnegie Hall - NY 2010.JPG
Sławek Jaskułke in Carnegie Hall (2010)
Background information
Birth name Sławomir Jaskułke
Born 1979
Origin Poland
Genres Jazz
Occupation(s) pianist, leader
Instruments Piano
Associated acts Jaskułke Solo,
Jaskułke & Wyleżoł DuoDram,
Jaskułke - Chopin for five pianos,
Jaskułke with Hanseatica Chamber Orchestra,
Jaskułke 3yo,
Zbigniew Namysłowski Quintet
Website jaskulke.com

Sławek Jaskułke (born 1979) is a Polish pianist, composer and bandleader. One of the most original talents of polish jazz of the past decade. Pianist, arranger, music producer, member of Zbigniew Namysłowski Quintet. Composer of piano, orchestra, theatre and film music.
Jaskułke has performed at world’s biggest stages, including: Carnegie Hall in New York City, Symphony Hall in Chicago, Munich Philharmonic, Moscow International Performing Arts Center. He has taken part in world’s greatest festivals, including: North Sea Jazz Festival, Berlin Jazz Fest, Red Sea Jazz Festival, Padova Jazz Festival, Garana International Jazz Festival and the Jazz Jamboree. He has performed in dozens of countries around the world and on almost all continents. Among his most important awards are: ‘Pegaz’ – Polish TV award for musical achievements, ‘Jazz Oscar’ of Music Lovers Association in Łódź, he was a nominee for Fryderyk – Polish Phonographic Industry Award for Jazz Musician of the Year and Jazz Album of the Year for ‘Jaskułke - Fill The Harmony Philharmonics’ with Cameral Orchestra Hanseatica. In 2006 he represented Poland at the Music Beyond Borders Festival in Hong Kong, which resulted with recording an album ‘Jaskułke – Hong Kong’. In September 2010 he appeared at the World Expo in Shanghai, presenting a premiere of a specially prepared project: ‘Jaskułke – Chopin for five pianos’.
He cooperated, among others, with David Murray, Erik Vloeimans, David "Fuzz" Fiuczynski, Peter Cancura, Furio di Castri, Urszula Dudziak, Krzesimir Dębski, Sebastian Szymański, Michał Urbaniak, Janusz Muniak, Tomasz Szukalski, Adam Pierończyk, L.U.C, Tymon Tymański.

Discography[edit]

  • Sławek Jaskułke, Moments
  • Jaskułke & Wyleżoł, DuoDram
  • Sławek Jaskułke, Hong Kong
  • Jaskułke & Hanseatica Chamber Orchestra, Fill The Harmony Philharmonics
  • Sławek Jaskułke, 3yo, Sugarfree
  • Sławek Jaskułke, Live from Gdynia Summer Jazz Days 2001
  • Zbigniew Namysłowski, Nice & Easy
  • Zbigniew Namysłowski, Assymetry
  • Zbigniew Namysłowski, Standards
  • Przemek Dyakowski, Melisa
  • Wojtek Staroniewicz, Alternations
  • Jacek Kochan, Yearning
  • Jacek Kochan, Double life of a chair
  • Jerzy Małek, Bop beat
  • Pink Freud, Sorry Music Polska
  • Pink Freud, Jazz fajny jest (remix & live)
  • Sowiński & The Collective, llustrations
  • Emil Kowalski Plaing Benny Goodman
  • Piotr Zastróżny Album. Live in studio
  • Cezary Paciorek, Shalom
  • Novika, Tricks of life
  • Waldek Chyliński, Słowa
  • Bassisters Orchestra, 2002
  • Psalmy - Artyści polscy Janowi Pawłowi II w hołdzie

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