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Edmund Sobczak - trumpeter, composer originally from Poland where he studied trumpet performance at the University of Music in Poznan - one of the best Universities in the country. For the last 6 years he's lived in Oxford (UK). After 18 years of playing the trumpet and being involved in countless music projects, in 2008 he decided to start his own solo career.

Now he's also known as EDolutionary (stage name) which is a mixture of his name and the evolutionary style of music he creates.

Three years ago he started composing and recording his debut album, ‘One Step Ahead’, a mixture of styles, connecting jazz, fusion and rock music with a bit of a soundtrack flavour.

After the big success of this album and countless great comments from his fans, he decided to take his music to another level... at the moment he's working on his new album ‘The Soundtrack’.

He took things one step further and on the top of his previous style he added an epic symphonic sound including lots of string instruments and a choir. Some people say that this music sounds like Miles Davis composing for the latest films.


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“Thank you for your consideration, and indeed many compliments for your music ... very special!” --Smooth Jazz Radio Channel

“You are a great example for other artists to follow. BRILLIANT work.” --Bobby D. promotethemusic.com

“We’d be delighted to feature you on our shows.” --JazzNet 247 Radio

“Your music is great” --NewporterJazz

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Album The Soundtrack by Edmund Sobczak

The Soundtrack

Self Produced
2011

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Album EDolutionary  by Edmund Sobczak

EDolutionary

Self Produced
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Glory

Glory

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EDolutionary

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