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To hear Kaczmarczyk dig deeply into the keys is to understand what full-bodied, wholly committed jazz pianism is all about

Chicago Tribune

New Bone

NEW BONE is an acoustic jazz quintet which was established in 1996, by students of the Kraków Academy of Music. The group made its debut the same year, appearing at Kraków's “Miles Davis Memorial Night” jazz trumpeters' festival.
Over the next several years the group underwent changes in line-up and played sporadically. Studies, work with other groups, and various other activities put further development of the group onto the back burner. And so it was until 2004, when New Bone recorded their first CD, “Something For Now”. This was somewhat of a breakthrough moment in the band's history, as the album was warmly received by both the public and the critics. The appearance of the group's first CD resulted in numerous concert engagements in the most important venues of the Polish jazz scene, and festival invitations. From that point on, the group has been performing regularly, developing its musical sensitivity and creativity primarily before live audiences. The musical program the band presents is one made up of original pieces, based on the innovations of the world's Jazz Giants, from the period when the likes of Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard and John Coltrane were creating their respective legends. In January 2009, New Bone enters the studio again, to record the album “It's Not Easy”, which is to some extent a continuation of their debut album “Something For Now”, but at the same time introduces some new perspectives in terms of harmony, melodics and group interaction. At the moment NEW BONE is preparing the material for their next album “Destined”, which will be released in the spring 2012.

New Bone