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LAUTARI has long been dedicated to restoring the splendor of Polish folk music: from playing in crudo, to accompanying dancing as our rural predecessors did, to participation in avant-garde music projects. They have performed at barn dances, in jazz clubs and in large concert halls in Poland and abroad. Firmly believing musical notation to be a totally inadequate means of recording folk music, they have made a point of learning their repertoire directly from village musicians. During this music adventure, they have often turned to the work of the late 19th century Polish ethnographer, Oskar Kolberg – and not only to the mere tunes he collected but also the wide cultural context of folk music that he depicts – to fill their contemporary interpretations with the emotions and imagination of earlier times.


MEMBERS:

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Maciej Filipczuk - fiddle

Jacek Hałas - grand piano/accordion

Michał Żak - clarinet, flute, shawm

Marcin Lamch - bass guitar

Piort Gwadera - dżaz

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Maciej Filipczuk - fiddle

Jacek Hałas - grand piano/accordion

Michał Żak - clarinet, flute, shawm

Marcin Pospieszalski - double bass

NEWS

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LAUTARI & KALISZ PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
conducted by ADAM KLOCEK

LAUTARI
live on KEXP

KEXP presents Lautari performing live during the OFF Festival in Katowice, Poland, at Fabryka Porcelany Śląskiej.
Recorded August 9, 2015..

PROJECTS



 VILLAGE NEEDS CHANGE

 Music from 50. when the village adopts new sounds


TRADITIONS MEETS POSTMODERNISM

vol..67 Critical essay with the suplements

IMPRESSIONS FROM
THE WORLD

Fairy tale about traveling in search of mythical bird Azaran

BOOKING

BOOKING/MANAGER


JOANNA WIEDRO

+48 507 942 332

wodzirej.arte@gmail.com


BAND 


lautaritrio@gmail.com

TECHNICAL RIDERS


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