MozART Group


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18.07.2023, 21:00, Palazzo dei Congressi

The MozART group consists of four highly skilled instrumentalists who graduated from prestigious Academies of Music in Warsaw and Łódz. Despite their classical training, they decided to infuse humor into their performances. Through their unique musical cabaret, they bring joy and laughter to audiences worldwide, using music as the primary source of amusement.

Analyzing classical compositions, the MozART group takes the structure and themes as a canvas. They surround them with musical associations, brilliant ideas, and unexpected twists, leaving listeners constantly surprised, amused, and moved to tears.

Formed in 1995, the group initially presented short musical jokes on Canal Plus Television. They made their debut at the PAKA competition of young Polish cabarets in Krakow in 1997. Since then, they have performed extensively across Europe, Canada, the USA, and Asia. They have collaborated with artists such as mime Irek Krosny and Bobby McFerrin.

The MozART group is a frequent guest on TV shows, international galas, and concerts. They have received prestigious awards, including the Grand Prix of the Festival of Satire and Comedy in Lidzbark and the Bronze Penguin, awarded by the cabaret community of Zielona Gora. They were also honored with two Golden Troughs at the RYJEK Festival in Rybnik, Poland.

Their first show, “The Four Seasons à la MozART group,” took inspiration from Antonio Vivaldi. They have released successful DVDs, including “Best of MozART group” and have toured extensively, performing in numerous countries worldwide.

In 2015, they celebrated their 20th anniversary with a gala show in Warsaw, and in 2016, they presented a new show called “MozART travels!” In 2017, they were invited to Just For Laughs, the world’s biggest comedy festival in Montreal, hosting a total of twenty shows. The quartet has continued to tour extensively, captivating audiences with their unique blend of music and comedy.

Despite the challenges faced in 2020, the MozART group embraced the opportunity for creative growth. They created a new show called “Globetrotters” and performed it in Paris. They have exciting plans for 2022, including visits to Northern Ireland, Israel, the UK, Switzerland, Belgium, Romania, and other European countries.

Throughout their journey, the MozART group has brought laughter and entertainment to audiences worldwide, leaving a lasting impact with their exceptional musical performances.