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Warsaw concerts mark 50 years of German label ECM

26.11.2019 07:30
Warsaw is hosting a series of concerts to mark the 50th anniversary of ECM, a Munich-based independent record label best known for jazz music.
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The concerts feature musicians such as Swedish bass player Björn Meyer, Danish guitarist Jakob Bro with his trio, and Norwegian pianist Tord Gustavsen, alongside Poland’s Marcin Wasilewski Trio and the Maciej Obara Quartet.

Both Polish jazz bands are among ECM recording artists.

The late Polish trumpeter Tomasz Stańko also recorded for ECM, which stands for Edition of Contemporary Music.

The Warsaw concert series runs until Wednesday.