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”Special guest” in Clark Terry's concert, “The lovely swinging, Vivian” says the swedish media about the newcoming jazzsinger Vivian Buczek.

Vivian has performed with some of the top international jazz artists such as the legendary trumpet player Clark Terry, Scot Hamilton (ts), Harry Allen(ts) as well as Swedish jazz artists like Putte Wickman (cl), Jan Allan (tp), Svante Thuresson (voc), Claes Crona (p), Jan Lundgren(p), Magnus Lindgren (ts, fl, cl) Rigmor Gustafsson (voc), Viktoria Tolstoy (voc), the Danish saxofon player Jesper Thilo and the world known opera singer Barbara Hendricks.

Vivian is born In Malmö and graduated from Malmoe Academy of Music in 2003. Already during her studies, she started performing on different festivals and clubs in Sweden. Most importantly she made success in Poland were she's got her roots.

In 2003, she made her first album “Can't we be friend's?” with musicians known as legends in Polish jazz society. The album reached Japan and was listed among the 16 best female jazz album among world known singers for example Stacey Kent.

In great company

Vivian also participates on the “Rendez Vous On The Jazz Boulevard” Collection together with female jazz vocalists such as Ella Fitzgerald, Eva Cassidy, Stacey Kent and many more.

Vivian has also been appreciated in Germany. The 26 of march 2006 the German radio station ARD had a tribute to the legendary piano player and composer Bill Evans

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