Etnos Ensemble

Original compositions, Jewish, Balkanic and Polish music

First CD of the Polish band Etnos Ensemble. Their compositions are performed with virtuosity and sensibility, and are influenced by the music of the Balkans, klezmer music and jazz.

Etnos Ensemble is composed of 4 musicians : Bartosz Pacan, clarinet, Konrad Merta accordion, Piotr Gach cello and Lukasz Mazanek, double bass. Graduate of the Academy of Music of Katowice, Bartosz Pacan has learned in particular with David Krakauer.

Their compositions are marked by the influence of traditional Balkanic music, klezmer music and jazz. They won several awards in national and international contests; their virtuosity and sincerity that define their interpretation create a unique atmosphear. They are sometimes joined on stage by the singer and violonist Katarzyna Mert and the drummer Przemyslaw Pacan.


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  • 1 - Libertango, Astor Piazzolla - EXTRAIT

  • 2 - Eden, Klezmer standard - EXTRAIT

  • 3 - The Sound of Mountains, Konrad Merta - EXTRAIT

  • 4 - Tango Apasionado, Astor Piazzolla - EXTRAIT

  • 5 - Shisha, Konrad Merta - EXTRAIT

  • 6 - Lullaby, Konrad Merta - EXTRAIT

  • 7- Kazimierz, Klezmer standard of Jewish District in Cracow - EXTRAIT

  • 8 - Love, Konrad Merta - EXTRAIT

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