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A concert with Andrea Domenici (jazz pianist) and Radoslawa Jasik (classical pianist) Music is the coin. Jazz and classical are brother and sister, they have more than something in common but they also have their own identity. A “live experience”
with Radoslawa Jasik and Andrea Domenici.

This duo interprets classical pieces in a new refreshing way; it is an encounter of two musical traditions.

Polish pianist Radoslawa Jasik has been residing in New York City since 2013. Radoslawa has won the 1st Prize in “The Beijing Music Academy Piano Competiton” (China), “The J. S. Bach International Piano Competition” (Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland), “The Polish-German International Piano Competition”, (Zgorzelec/- Goerlitz, Germany), “The Città di Barletta 20th International Music Competition” (Italy), “The 9th International Independent Music Competition Individualis” (Kijev, Ukraine) in the solo and duo category. She has received numerous honors including scholarships from the Prime Minister of Poland and the President of Katowice, as well as from Mount Royal University (Canada), Maestro Foundation and Fontainebleau Schools of Music and Fine Arts.

In December 2015, Ms. Jasik made her Carnegie Hall debut playing Virko Baley's
Partita no. 3 alongside utist Denis Savelyev in a brand-new arrangement for flute and piano. The Celebration of Women - In Light of the Centenary of Women's Right to Vote in Poland Event in 2018 as well as the Moniuszko Bicentenary Gala in March 2019 both asked her to sing as a soloist at Carnegie Hall.

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