Urszula Dudziak

Urszula Dudziak is a world-renowned Polish jazz vocalist with an extraordinary freedom and perfection of intonation coupled with original technique.

In childhood she learned to play piano, began singing in high school, influenced by the voice of Ella Fitzgerald. She began her career in the '60s with the team of Krzysztof Komeda, also sang and recorded with the orchestra of Edward Czerny. Originally performed mainly jazz standards, but then teamed up with future husband Michal Urbaniak and changed the nature of Polish jazz.

In 1973, together with Michal Urbaniak she went to New York and did extensive recording. She has performed or recorded together with such famous artists as: Bobby McFerrin, Herbie Hancock, Jaco Pastorius, Ron Carter, Michael Brecker, Flora Purim, Nina Simone, Carmen McRae, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Sting and Lionel Hampton.

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Albums

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Wszystko Gra
Keytone
2013
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Future Talk
Future Talk
Inner City Records
2010
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Super Band Live At...
Keytone
2009
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Forever Green /...
Keytone
2008
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Malowany Ptak
Keytone
1997
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Magic Lady
Keytone
1989
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