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Kajetan Borowski (born in Tarnów, Poland on 11 January 1990) is a Polish pianist and composer. He graduated from the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice and now is its lecturer. From the beginning of his artistic career he has been the leader of his own trio. A co-creator of the following groups: Piotr Budniak Essential Group, Julia Kania Quartet, Sandwich On The Floor. A scholarship recipient of the Minister of Science and Higher Education, a laureate of jazz awards, such as Poznań Blue Note Competition, Tarnów Jazz Contest, Jazz, Juniors, RCK Pro Jazz. Last but not least, he was nominated for the Polish music industry award Fryderyk 2017 in Jazz Music category – Debut of the Year.

“Each time, I discover more, of just how brilliant this music is. The compositions are highly original and each performance has a unique quality, that leads me to believe, there is much more to come from this trio. It's music that's filled with a deep passion, courage, excitement and heartfelt creativity. I'm still listening. Absolutely refreshing!” ​
Bennie Maupin


”For me it's the debut album of the year. Although, in fact, “Totem” doesn't look like a debut. The young musicians: pianist Kajetan Borowski, double bass player Jakub Dworak and drummer Grzegorz Masłowski have begun at the level that until recently would be hard to achieve even for many experienced bands.” // JazzPress

”Although some Polish musicians say that the form of a classic jazz piano trio has already been used up and it is impossible to be surprising anymore in this category - they are, fortunately, mistaken. “Totem” is definitely one of the best debuts of 2016

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