Rehearsing in Gardzienice

for the upcoming premiere at the beautiful theater space in Gardzienice with Stefano Terrazzino  and great bunch of musicians and dancers.
The place was founded in 1977 by Włodzimierz Staniewski, on the eastern side of Poland, just off the Iron Curtain, it became known to the world thanks to its performances and rigorous theatrical practices. Staniewski was looking for a nursery, forgotten by God and history, isolated from the rest of the world, “where the devil says goodnight”, where nothing comes in and where nothing comes out. He chose the village of Gardzienice.
Fot: Katarzyna Kate Bauer

From the concert with Michał Jaros, Maciej Obara, Grzegorz Tarwid, Albert Karch and Hans Peter Salentin during International Jazz Workshops in Chodzież, Poland. Beautiful experience.

Global Music Institute / Berklee College of Music

From January till April I spent an amazing time teaching at the Global Music Institute that is an academic partner of  Berklee College of Music in India.

I’m thankful that I could spent such an inspiring time with many talented students and other faculty members. Looking forward to be in India again!

ZORYA w Blue Note

Dzięki wielkie wszystkim miłym duszom za przybycie do klubu Blue Note na piątkowy koncert ZORYI. Oto kilka zdjęć z miłego wieczoru, jaki spędziliśmy w Poznaniu.


Zorya at the McGolrick Park

Zorya is happy to be a part of the ZIEMIA project – a multidisciplinary public art project created in collaboration with The Polish Cultural Institute of New York  and NYC Parks and Greenpoint residents.

The core object takes the form of a ceramic orb by Greenpoint-based artist Martynka Wawrzyniak in a meadow in McGolrick Park, to be unveiled on June 9, 2018. The sculpture serves as a collective portrait of the diverse Greenpoint community. It is glazed with a mixture of clay excavated in Greenpoint and soils contributed by participating residents from places that are symbolically representative of their identities, including: the United States, Poland, Ukraine, Germany, France, Japan, Serbia, Nepal, the United Kingdom, Ecuador, Mexico, and Namibia. The project includes many Poles who have lived in Greenpoint for generations.


See you on the 9th of June at the McGolrick Park!