The Kaufman Center presents jazz pianist and composer Leszek Mozdzer on Thursday, March 17, at 8 PM, at Merkin Concert Hall. Presented in association with the Polish Cultural Institute, the evening of solo piano works will include Mozdzer’s own passionate jazz interpretations of four Chopin mazurkas, as well as a selection of his original compositions.
Introduced to American audiences last fall at a sold-out concert with pianist Adam Makowicz at Carnegie Hall, Mozdzer is widely considered to be the past decade’s greatest revelation on the Polish jazz scene. Born in 1971, Mozdzer has been playing piano since the age of five. In 1991 he joined the Milosc band (“Love
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