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Casimir Liberski is a jazz pianist, keyboardist and composer. By wining a number of music awards and competitions at age of 13, Casimir gained the status of "The Rising Jazz Star” in Europe. At the age of 14, Casimir became mentee of Ornette Coleman. Casimir also had opportunities to study with Brad Mehldau, Craig Taborn, Danilo Perez, Masabumi Kikuchi and more...
In 2006, Casimir recieved the presidential scholarship at the Berklee College of Music. During the study in Berklee, Casimir created his first album Evanescences with Tyshawn Sorey and Thomas Morgan.
In New York, Casimir has collaborated with Charnett Moffett on his album Treasures (Motéma Music) as well as touring all over Europe along with Stanley Jordan and Jeff Tain Watts. Casimir also played with Nasheet Waits, John Hébert, Eivind Opsvik, Michael Attias, Sean Conly, Aaron Burnett, Peter Evans, Evan Marien, Logan Richardson, Godwin Louis and more.
Casimir also recorded two albums The Caveless Wolf and Atomic Rabbit (Dalang!Records) as a leader and composer. He composed the soundtrack for movie Bunker Paradise (PIAS), for which he was nominated at the Ghent Film Festival as ''Best Belgian Film Composer'' . Casimir also wrote the score for movie Tokyo Fiancée , which is an adaptation from the best-selling author Amélie Nothomb's Ni d’Eve, ni d’Adam.
Lately Casimir Liberski has been performing solo concerts in festivals in Europe and is commissioned to perform along with the visual artist Jean-Luc Moerman at the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in 2016.
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