A doctor by training, Komeda invented modern jazz in Poland in the 50s, when the country was completely isolated from Western music, and was on the verge of international recognition with his compositions for Roman Polański’s early films.
To help celebrate the big day (October 22nd), TFN’s Jacek Borowski caught up with the legendary jazz vocalist to chat about music, love and happiness.
The work of legendary jazz musician Krzysztof Komeda gets a modern makeover from former bandmate.
Known for his exciting avant-garde style, coupled with a haunting tonal-poetry, few could match Stańko when it came to uniqueness.
It was 50 years ago today that Roman Polański’s dark, satanic psychological horror Rosemary’s Baby first hit the big screen.