MAESTRO TRYTONY is a musical undertaking by Tomasz Gwincinski, a composer, improviser, guitarist, a leading personality of the "Music from Brain" scene based in Bydgoszcz, Poland.
The idea of the "Music from Brain" production is its modern classical chamber music overtones in moder jazz area.
MAESTRO TRYTONY album "Enoptronia" is a turning point in the record collection of the scenes. This recording, inspired by jazz noncomformists (John Coltrane, Albert Ayler, Eric Dolphy, Ornette Coleman) as well as rock avant-garde composers (Fred Frith, Frank Zappa), combines improvisation with the modern classical form. Doing so, it retains the rock energy, improvisational freedom and wit, the idiosyncratic features of jazz.
The recorded music flavors of the Polish soft romantic lyricism so characteristic in the works of Krzysztoh Komeda. The quest star is Andrzej Przybielski, nestor of the Polish non-mainstream jazz. The second albums of MT is called "Heart of Gold" and is released in 2004.
Tomasz Gwincinski - guitar
Tomasz Pawlicki - flute
Patryk Weclawek - double bass
Rafal Gorzycki - drums
Andrzej Przybielski - trumpet
Malgorzata Skotnicka - spinet