Multikulti releases the albums of Hera, a Polish band that is renowned for their innovative music. The label’s name is a nod to Don Cherry’s vision of a new music world, where foreign and distant traditions complement each other, artificial genre distinctions are blurred and geographic boundaries are blurred, stereotypical divisions between high- and low art, ancient and modern, and stereotypical divides between high and lower are unknowable. Waclaw Zimpel is the founder of Hera. This project’s primary goal is to create a musical trance that breaks down barriers between stage and audience. It facilitates spontaneous exchange. This is why Hera perform live. Their music is constantly changing, and it’s difficult to classify or describe. Waclaw Zimpel is a clarinettist and composer who has been classically trained. He is one of the most well-known Polish musicians on the international improvised music scene. His inspiration comes mainly from sacred and ritual musics of different cultures. He often makes reference to early composers in his compositions, creating personal polemics and commentaries on musical traditions. He has worked with Joe McPhee and Michael Zerang, Klaus Kugel (Klaus Kugel), Steve Swell, Perry Robinson, Mikolaj Trzaska, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Bobby Few, Perry Robinson, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Steve Swell, Klaus Kugel, Steve Swell and Mikolaj Trzaska He had the idea to create Hera while he was on a trip around Sicily, visiting shrines that were once used for the worship of a Greek goddess. Pawel Posteremczak – the current most exciting young generation saxophonist in Poland. His distinctive characteristic is his ecstatic and poetic style. This continues the tradition of great saxophonists such as John Coltrane and Pharoah Sands. His playing is captivating. He creates memorable phrases with unusual awareness. He has collaborated with musicians such as Raphael Roginski (Mikolaj Trzaska), Klaus Kugel, Raphael Roginski (Janusz Stefansk) and Robert Kusiolek. Ksawery Wojcinski is a classically trained double bassesist who is unusually versatile and well-versed in a variety of styles, from early music to modern improvised music. Wojcinski has a distinctive sound and a great sense of rhythm that reminds us of the great African-American double basses. His ability to use his virtuoso bowing technique to create melodic lines allows him to engage in dialogue with solo instruments on equal terms. He has worked with Raphael Roginski, Raphael Zerang, Klaus Kugel and Mikolaj Trzaska. Pawel Szpura – A percussionist whose style is a mixture of many traditions. You can hear influences from the African interior, Maghreb and Turkish traditions in his playing as well as allusions to American rock drummers of the 60s u0026 70s. These stylistic features are used with an unusual levity by Szpura, which surprises the listener with rhythmic developments and leads them into deep trances, thus becoming a continuation of the tradition established by Ed Blackwell, Hamid Drake, and others. Mikolaj Trzaska, Raphael Roginski Maciej Cierlinski, an experimental musician who plays the hurdy-gurdy but also plays the sitar, barat, sitar, and duduk, have been among his collaborators. Co-creator of the Lirnicy XX wieku project (Lyrists of the 21st Century), with Tomasz Zogmont, of the Mackokorba music project. Co-founder of Stara Lipa and Yerba Mater. Slainte! Village Kollektiv and Slainte! He has worked with many prominent exponents of alternative cultures over his career. He was invited to work with Tony Gatlif, director of Latcho Drom and Vengo, at the Transylvania premiere in 2006. He has been involved in many theatre and music projects, including Makata and Studnia O. For years, he has collaborated with Anna Abramowicz and Casimir Potomski on providing dance and musical workshops for young people and children. He is a permanent collaborator with the following organizations: Kapela Ze Wsi Warszawa and Eternal Tear. He was a guest at the 13th Przystanek Woodstock Festival, August 2007 as a part of Masala Sound System’s Kostrzyn Nad Odra performance. He was also a guest at Hey’s concert at Warsaw’s Roma Musical Theatre. Lira Korbowa is an instrument that dates back to the 10th Century. From the Middle Ages through the present, philosophers, painters and visionaries, as well as poets, have been inspired by the sound and structure of this three-part device. The hurdygurdy can be described as a “machine that generates sounds, noises, and images” [Pascal Lefeuvre]. from http://www.waclawzimpel.pl

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