A Polish clarinetist born in 1968 in Gdansk. He started playing the clarinet at the age of 8 inspired by the works of such great contemporary Polish composers as Lutoslawski and Gorecki. Founder and leader of several music groups. Composer of film and theatrical music. Creator of the theory of "arrhythmic perfection". His music, often classified as the New Improvised Music, explores uncharted territories of harmony, rhythm and melody. His musical quest includes trash jazz, freak ballads and cage songs. During his career Mazzoll played with the best Polish, European and American rock and jazz musicians, with such stars as Django Bates, Alfred Harth, Lasse Lindgren, Vytas Labutis, Peter Weniger, Bill Laswell, Per Goidschmidt, Jan Bengston, Nils Landgren, Kjeld Ipsen, Axel Windfeid, Tomasz Stanko, Lars Danielsson, Andy Lumpp, Jeffrey Morgan, Josh Roseman, Tony Oxley, Peter Brotzmann, Marcin Krzyzanowski, Stein Erik Tafjord, Fred Frith, Mark Stewart, Jon Dobie, Jukka Perko, Peter Kowald, Olga Szwajgier, Asaf Sirkis, Anthony Coleman, Elliot Sharp among them. In 1999 he played at Warsaw Summer Jazz Days along with John Zorn, Medeski Martin and Wood, and Pharoah Sanders. At Warsaw Summer Jazz Days in 2000 he performed as a guest with the Japanese formation Altered States with Kazuhisa Uchihashi. He also played as a support to “U3” and James Brown. In November 2005 Mazzoll played with Gendos and Sainkho Namtchylak as their special guest. http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=162867876 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.