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𝑬𝒎𝒂𝒏𝒖𝒆𝒍𝒆 𝑹𝒊𝒄𝒉𝒊𝒖𝒔𝒂 - 🎙Singer 🎹Pianist 🎼SongWriter👑 20 years
of FREDDIE MERCURY👨🏻Impersonator
Opera Singer, Soprano
She is a graduate of the Grazyna and Kiejstut
Bacewicz Music Academy in Łódź at the vocal and acting department in the class of prof.
Prof. Delfina Ambroziak and Grazyna Krajewska - Ambroziak.
However, she began her vocal training in 2004 in Podkarpacie, where she
under the direction of Dr. Anna Szałyga - Kuzma, she attended the State
K. Szymanowski Secondary Music School in Rzeszow.
Already during her education at the Rzeszow school, she was a finalist and laureate of national competitions vocal competitions in Wroclaw, Gliwice and Krakow. Since 2005, she has collaborated as a soloist with the Resovia Saltans ensemble operating at the University of Rzeszow, and for years she has also cooperated with the with the Podkarpackie Philharmonic Orchestra.
Natalia Cieślachowska - Trojnar has participated in such projects as the opera "The
The Magic Flute" (the role of Papagena) by W.A. Mozart, J.S. Bach's "Cantata on Coffee" (role of Lieschen),
"Gianni Schicchi" by G. Puccini (Lauretta), Serpinna in "La Serva Padrona" by G.B.Pergolesi. She took also participated in theatrical productions, including the play "Scenario for Three Actors" by
Boguslaw Schaeffer, which was watched by the master himself. She has collaborated with the Lodz Philharmonic Orchestra.
Bass Poetry CD
NEW RELEASE 2021
CD/DVD and Vinyl LP
All CDs and Vinyl LPs can be personally autographed by Lech.
3. Untold Story
4. La danse d’Esméralde
5. Longing For Somewhere Else
7. Seventh Voyage
8. Persisch Orange
9. What Are You Doing For The Rest OF Your Life
All music composed, arranged and performed on two doublebasses
by Lech Wieleba.
What Are Doing For the Rest of Your Live composed by Michel Legrand
Recorded at Churfirsten Studio St.Gallen/Switzerland.
Mixed by Stephan van Wylick
Design, photography & illustrations by Kuba Karłowski
Lech Wieleba is a jazz musician born in Poland in the 1950s. He studied classical double bass and composition at the conservatory and at the same time played with the Gdansk State Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra. But then his passion for jazz overshadowed his other musical interests. At the age of 25, he played alongside Don Cherry at the Jazz Jantar Festival, in 1980 he was awarded the Krzysztof Komeda Prize by Sofia Komeda, won first prize at Jazz nad Odra in Wroclaw and performed at the Jazz Jamboree in Warsaw, the most important jazz festival in Eastern Europe.
From 1984, he worked from Hamburg, earning his living with recordings with Udo Lindenberg and Franz-Josef Degenhardt, with musical and film productions and as musical director of André Heller's Wintergarten-Variété. And quietly, in the closet and in the practice room, Wieleba worked on his POETIC JAZZ, his personal mixture of communicative urge and empathy, the warmth of Slavic melodies and the friction of complex harmonies, gently swinging flow and captivating presence, artistic precision and great technical skill. Lech Wieleba's music tells stories from everyday life, combining elements of classical music and jazz.
It is poetry without words.