ANNA REJDA - a vocalist inspired by all forms of art - studied singing at the faculty of Jazz and Popular Music at the Academy of Music in Katowice as well as French Horn at the Karol Lipiński Academy of Music in Wrocław. She leads her own groups as  arranger, composer and lyricist as well as taking part in others’ musical projects, singing in various formats ranging from duos to orchestras and Big Bands. She has performed at major musical events in Poland as well as internationally, including the Hildener Jazztage (Germany), Jazz Bez (Ukraine), Jazz Fest Brno (the Czech Republic), the Wrocław Jazz Festival (Poland), Jazz on the Odra Festival (Poland), the Chopin Open (Poland) and the Chopin Festival at Antonin (Poland). She was a finalist at the International Jazz Vocalists’ Competition in Zamość (Poland) and a semi-finalist at the International Jazz Vocalists’ Competition at Lady Summertime in Finland. Currently she spends her time performing as well as teaching singing and interpretation of jazz standards at the School of Jazz and Popular Music in Wrocław.
Australian guitarist, composer, arranger, band-leader, sideman and graduate of the prestigious Elder Conservatorium of Music (the University of Adelaide)  – KAMIL ABT – has been performing internationally for over twenty years; including in Australia, Japan and Europe. He started his career in Australia with Steve Mooney’s hard-bop quintet, Fifth House. It was also there that he started and led his own groups (Mosholu Parkway, Jazzyowski and Special K). He has collaborated with numerous well known Australian musicians including Adam Page, Daniel J. Ross and John Wilson. In Japan he led his own quartet, as well as playing with the renowned Japanese alto saxophonist and flautist Hiroshi Yaginuma. He has also performed in clubs in Poland, France and Spain. In 2013 he released his first album of original jazz music entitled “Smokin’ It Up”, released by Bad Marketing Sync. Records. A year later he recorded an album of lesser known jazz standards entitled “Kung Fu Jazz”.