Дискография Magda Piskorczyk:
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Magda Piskorczyk (pronounce: peas-CORE-chick) is a singer with a mature, low and unusual voice timbre. Described in France as "la voix noire et au costume blanc" (Black voice in a white costume). She is a guitar, bass guitar and percussion player, as well as a song writer. Magda performs music of Afro-American and African heritage. She is a two-time Semifinalist of the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, USA. Readers of the Polish blues quarterly chose her the Female Vocalist of the Year 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2009. Magda has released five CDs including: "Mahalia" - studio album prepered in Honor of Mahalia Jackson to celebrate the 100th Birthday Anniversary of the Queen of Gospel; "Afro Groove" - double live CD feat. Billy Gibson from Memphis, harmonica virtuoso, with lots of world music flavor; "Magda Live" (nominated to the Fryderyk Award, the most prestigious award of the Polish Phonographic Industry); "Blues Travelling" feat. Michal Urbaniak, a renowned jazz violinist and "Live at Satyrblues" with Swedish musician Slidin' Slim. In 2009 she was invited to play with Konoba, an international band performing traditional West African music. Magda regularly performs with her band and has given shows at many festivals almost all over Europe. She has performed with many famous musicians, such as Bob Margolin, Bob Brozman, Seckou Keita, Greg Zlap, Slidin’ Slim and Engerling group. In August-September 2010 she gave 22 concerts with harmonica virtuoso, Blues Award Winner, Billy Gibson. Music of Magda Piskorczyk is her arrangements of funk, blues, gospel, soul, rock and jazz classics and her own original compositions as well. In 2011 Magda prepared a special gospel program "In Honor of Mahalia Jackson" with her versions of songs known from Mahalia's records. Magda has performed gospel and spiritual songs many times in Poland, Germany, Sweden, Hungary and France. In 2008 she gave a series of concerts with her band at the City Sings Gospel Festival in Liverpool. There she performed also at the Hope Street Festival and during the final concert in the Metropolitan Cathedral, broadcast by the BBC Radio.