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Lech Wieleba

Doublebass player, composer. Born in Lębork (Gdansk), Poland; has lived since 1984 in Hamburg, Germany. • Studied double bass under Professor Stanisław Rosiek at the Frédéric Chopin Conservatory in Gdansk, Poland. • For four years was a member of the National Opera and Philharmonic Orchestras in Gdansk. Changes his musical path and becomes a jazz musician. • 1975 – Appears with the Don Cherry Band at the Jazz Jantar Festival, Gdansk. • 1980 – Wins the annual Krzysztof-Komeda Prize, Warsaw. • 1980 – Wins first prize at Jazz nad Odrą Festival, Wrocław. • 1980 – Appears at the Jazz Jamboree Festival, Warsaw

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• „Poetic Jazz is jazz pure. It is emotional, gripping, and - if you listen deeply inside yourself - even erotic.” Der Patriot, Lippstadt/Germany

• „This music is imbued with magical lightness, formed from the primordial power of jazz, the autumnal-pastel melodies of the Slavic tradition, and the high art of classical composers. It is entertainment with sophistication and joy for all those, whether jazz enthusiasts or friends of classical music, who love good music.” Süddeutsche Zeitung/Germany, Christoph Pfister.

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