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Warszawa, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland | Established. Jan 01, 2007 | SELF

Warszawa, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland | SELF
Established on Jan, 2007
Band World Fusion




"Cale szczescie review"

Album “Cale szczescie” shows that building bridges between distant times and cultures can still be intriguing and fascinating. - Dominika Weclawek, T-Mobile Music

"Cale szczescie review"

Mosaik is young Polish ethno at its best. - Jacek Swiader, Gazeta Wyborcza

"Mosaik Ludovava review"

…a beautiful album; well thought out, deftly arranged, inspiringly performed. Very much recommended. - Glyn Phillips,

"Mosaik Ludovava review"

A Long awaited debut of a greatest hope of the young generation of Polish folk - Wojciech Ossowski, Polish Radio 3

"Mosaik Ludovava review"

…Dense, wild, gutsy treatments of Polish traditional songs by Warsaw band. Full-blooded edgy female vocals with an early-music and wider-world-influenced surging mass of instruments - Andrew Cronshaw, fRoots Magazine, No. 333


LP "Ludovava" 2010 CM Records

"...And We Go to Bethlehem" live at Polish Radio Studio

LP "Cale szczescie" 2013 Verge Sound


"The Rough Guide to Undiscovered World" 2012 World Music Network

"Tribute to Moskwa" EPK ("Samobjstwa" (Suicides) by Mosaic is a promo piece for the LP coming soon)

Samples promoting the best Polish World Music groups for WOMEX, Transetnika

Samples promoting Warsaw Cross Culture Festival, Ethnoport Festival, New Tradition Folk Festival of the Polish Radio



Mosaik is a Polish World Music band, fusing traditional and early music with the Orient using the historical and ethnic instruments (medieval fiddles, ud, dulcimer, frame drums, gaitas, wspak). Award winners of "New Tradition" Polish Radio Festival and the International Folk Festival "Mikoajki Folkowe". Participants of important World Music festivals, i.a. Warsaw Cross Culture and Ethnoport Music. Albums: "Ludovava", "...a my do Betlejem" - live at Polish Radio, "Cale szczescie". Samples: "The Rough Guide to Undiscovered World", "Tribute to Moskwa".

Mosaiks music is Slavic wildness and melancholy, oriental mystery, natures sounds, urban chaos, ancient world order and contemporary eclecticism.

Band Members