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Organised annually since 1995, the Komeda Jazz Festival was set up by the Polish jazz pianist and composer, Leszek Kułakowski to commemorate the world famous Polish jazz pianist and film music composer, Krzysztof Komeda. The festival takes place in two Pomeranian cities – Słupsk and Gdańsk, and features performances by widely acknowledged artists. This year’s edition is divided into two parts; the 19th Komeda Jazz Festival held in Słupsk on 13th – 16th November, and the 8th Krzysztof Komeda Composers’ Competition organised in Gdańsk on 23rd November. The latter event is addressed to young artists for whom jazz is a value which unites nations. What’s important is that this is the only competition in Poland inspired by the jazz phenomenon with the main aim to promote young performers from all over the world. The Festival itself represent the modern and unconventional approach to Komeda’s works, allowing for discovering and achieving new quality that knows no boundaries. The organisers also honour the most prominent and influential jazz figures representing both Polish and European jazz scene by awarding them with the Komeder Prize.

More information, including ticket prices and programme, can be found here.