The Köln Concert, Pt. I (Thema) - Live in Altrip, Germany, May 10, 2014
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The Köln Concert Part I
The Polish musician Maestro Tomasz Trzciński connects as a pianist and composer fluently and with virtuosity the musical roots of his native Poland with classical music - Live in Wadowice (Live, July the 8th, 2017), Polskie melodie, 2">Polskie melodie, Vol. 2, folk, latin, jazz and the modern world of piano sound Fantasia He is active in many different ways in the field of music - Magic Music He received considerable impulses for his artistic work as a student of the world-renowned Polish pianist Prof. Lidia Grychtołówna. Trzciński has been particularly dedicated himself to the classic jazz improvisation and new music - Piano Conversations In his busy concert schedule, the connection of the The Köln Concert by Keith Jarrett with works by J.S. Bach and Shostakovich Around The Köln Concert, Vol. 1 (Dezember 15, 2006) has captivated audiences especially by the extraordinary concept and the high level: "One with the Piano", "Charming virtuoso", "Brilliant Piano Artist" are a selection of the glowing reviews. In his repertoire he also presents new and exciting works of the young generation of Polish composers. New Sounds / WNYC acknowledged his piano music around Keith Jarrett's „The Köln Concert" as a groundbreaking evolution of contemporary piano art. 2016 in The Warsaw Rising Museum, Poland, audience has honored his solo concerts with his improvised suite "Niezwyciężonym” with huge applause and standing ovations. Niezwyciężonym (Koncert w Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego).