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Szymon Bialorucki

Szymon Białorucki — studied jazz trombone with Grzegorz Nagorski, at the Academy of Music in Katowice. In the year 2013/14 he studied with Nils Wogram, at the Hochschule Luzern, Musik, in Switzerland.

Szymon leads a quartet The Forest Tuner, where he presents his personal vision of music. The band released its debut album entitled “Tunes” in 2016. He plays in the Konglomerat Big Band – Poland’s first professional, non-commercial Big Band profiled for contemporary improvised music.

He participated in various workshops with such musicians as: Peter Bernstein, Mark Soskin, Ed Partyka, Uwe Dierksen, Andy Middleton, Greg Osby, Dariusz Terefenko, Gerry Hemingway, John Voirol, Piotr Wojtasik, Maciej Obara, Dominik Wania, Tom Arthurs, Ole Morten Vaagan, Gard Nilssen. He also took many jazz courses: International Big Band Course in Nysa, International Jazz Workshop in Chodziez, International Jazz Platform in Lodz to name a few.


With Mateusz Walach Big Band he received a Grand Prix at the XVII Big Band Festival in Nowy Tomysl, and the band The Forest Tuner was distinguished with the III prize at the VI National Jazz Competition at the RCK Jazz Festival.





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