The concert tour of Marcus Miller, Leszek Możdżer and friends was a jazz event in the fall of 2015. In five Polish cities: Poznań, Warsaw, Katowice, Wrocław and Gdynia there performed: legendary American bassist Marcus Miller with the band , Leszek Możdżer, Lars Danielsson, Zohar Fresco and a special guest of the entire route: Zbigniew Namysłowski. Marcus Miller played the material from his latest album Afrodeezia. At concerts: in Warsaw, Katowice, Wrocław and Gdynia, he played together with Lars Danielsson and Zohar Fresco, in Poznań he performed with Zohar Fresco and the accordion trio Motion Trio.

Route: Marcus Miller, Leszek Możdżer and friends.



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Our greatest implementation in recent years was the Solidarity of Arts festival, which we prepared from 2009 to 2016. An important place in our portfolio is also end to end production of musical events – starting from an artistic idea to the smallest logistic and organizational detail at the end. We are fortunate to work with outstanding musicians and we have a pleasure to support and promote projects from the top artistic shelf.

Since 2009, MM Communications has been the executive producer of the Solidarity of Arts festival in Gdańsk and jazz shows "+", invented and directed by Krzysztof Materna.


The Solidarity of Arts Festival has proved that with art that is not generally perceived as mass event, still can reach a group of thousands of recipients. We owe our success to the artistic level and the originality of the events we carried out.



On September 19, 2017, during the 42nd Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia, the Gala of the PISF Awards was presented for the tenth time. The jubilee "Golden Gala" of the PISF Awards was a reference to the social sculpture project by Paweł Althamer "Common Deal" from 2009. Since 2008, we had the pleasure to produce for the PISF all 10 editions of the gala. The PFI Awards are a special distinction in the film industry, appreciating the work of people and institutions not related to the movies production. These are the only Polish awards, given in several categories, for significant achievements in popularizing and promoting Polish cinema and facilitating access to Polish film creativity. 


Solidarity of arts




• The first edition of the festival took place in August 2009;

• in 2010 we inaugurated "+" concerts that are considered as the largest and most original outdoor music projects in the world;

• The hosts of "+" concerts included: Marcus Miller, Quincy Jones, Bobby McFerrin, Leszek Możdzer, Tomasz Stańko and Radzimir Dębski;

• 78 soloists and teams from 27 countries took part in the project since 2010;

• open-air concerts gathered 130,000 participants and over 2 million people saw it thanks to TV broadcast.


Festival website

10. Polish Film Architecture Institute Awards Gala



Kilar on his birthday anniversary. Katowice 2017. 


Australian pianist and singer Sarah McKenzie performed on November 20 at the Warsaw theater IMKA. Her latest CD Paris in the Rain was released in January 2017, and it is very popular. The artist combines jazz standards and her own compositions, captivating the listener with incredible sensitivity. The artist is recognized by the British and French music journalists as the successor of Diana Krall.

The title of the latest album - as she says - is her love letter addressed to Paris, the city of lights: "I really love Paris, this is an extraordinary city that has so much to offer in terms of culture, cuisine and style. I wanted to write a song that captures all the beauty, magic and spirit of Paris "

Concert of australisian pianist and singer Sarah McKenzie



Kilar Krzesany, Orawa, Polonaise from "Pan Tadeusz", Waltz from "Promised Land" - 24th 2017 in Spodek there was held a concert for the 85th anniversary of the birth of Wojciech Kilar. The concert was co-hosted by the City of Katowice, and the event graced the 152th birthday of Katowice - UNESCO City of Music. In this spectacular show there took part Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jerzy Maksymiuk, Aukso Chamber Orchestra of the City of Tychy under the direction of Marek Mos, and the Symphony Orchestra of the Silesian Philharmonic directed by Mirosław Jacek Błaszczyk. The special guest of the concert was Ingolf Wunder, a world-recognised pianist, winner of the second prize in the 16th International Piano Competition. Fryderyk Chopin.


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