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Sydney, Australia


2 x 45 mins

No stranger to the music business, Polish born Miroslaw ‘Miro’ Galczynski has been engaging audiences for three and a half decades with his skills as an accomplished percussionist and pianist.
Starting his studies as a classical pianist, Miro then broadened his repertoire as he studied and mastered classical, jazz, blues and rock idioms.

At 25 Miro completed a Masters Degree in performance and teaching at the University of Poznan. Miro then worked extensively throughout Europe as a soloist and with bands. He also has experience as an in demand session musician, and has recorded many albums for artists playing jazz, pop, rock and blues.
Miro moved to Australia in 2007 and taught at the Wollongong Conservatorium of Music and McDonald College in Sydney. Miro also plays for the Australian International Ballet Academy, is involved in a Roy Orbison Tribute show and in 2011 recorded his first jazz album in Australia with his own group, the Miro Galczynski quartet.

Miro also has his own stage cabaret show playing on the Mallet Kat, the world’s most powerful Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) percussion mallet controller – an instrument that sounds like vibraphone or marimba.

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