In 2018 Mark Lotz went to Poland to perform concerts, hold masterclasses and lecture. There he met the young bass virtuoso Grzegorz Piasecki. The mutual understanding and inspiration was evident and created the need to proceed. Drummer Wojciech Buliński joined and a new exciting ensemble came to live.
piccolo, concert-, alto-, bass-, pvc contra bass flutes, fx
Soloist, composer, producer in jazz and contemporary music often crossing borders with other cultures. Collaborations spans an arc with film, theater, performance art, visual arts and dance.
Worked with many unknown and many famous but equally gifted unique voices in music all around the globe. Subject of international publications, prize-winner, nominated for the Edison and Beyond Magazine prize.
Professor for flute at the Utrecht and Rotterdam Conservatories.
Scholarship holder of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland in the field of music for outstanding achievements in 2013. Winner of awards at prestigious Polish and international jazz festivals (including Jazz nad Odrą, Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa, Jazz Juniors, Jazz Contest Azoty Tarnów, WARTO prize of Gazeta Wyborcza) Works with a.o.: Piotr Wojtasik, Leszek Możdżer, Marc Bernstein, Mack Goldsbury, Rogier Teldermann, Artur Tuźnik, Piotr Damasiewicz, Tomasz Wendt, Marek Kądziela, Magdalena Zawartko.
Lotz Of Music
Collaborated with: Piotr Wojtasik, Grzegorz Nagórski, Dante Luciani, Mack Goldsbury, Reggie Moore, Francesco Angiuli, Titilayo Adedokun, Maciej Fortuna, Katarzyna Groniec, Kasia Kowalska, Mikromusic, Leski, Jamal and many others. Winner of many awards at Jazz competitions, including: Getxo Jazz Festival (Spain), Jazz Juniors in Krakow, Krokus Jazz Festival in Jelenia Góra, Tarnów Jazz Contest, Fryderyk 2016 award.