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Rafał Sarnecki

Rafał Sarnecki
Country
Poland
Profile
Rafał Sarnecki is a guitarist, composer, and arranger born in Warsaw December 11, 1982. He relocated to New York in 2005, where he has studied, performed, and recorded since.
Photo by John Guillemin
Website
http://www.rafalsarnecki.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (6)
Rafał Sarnecki — Climbing Trees Rafał Sarnecki — Climbing Trees
(Outside In Music, 2018, CD)
Annie Chen Octet — Secret Treetop Annie Chen Octet — Secret Treetop
(Shanghai Audio & Video, 2018, CD / DL)
Rafał Sarnecki — Cat's Dream Rafał Sarnecki — Cat's Dream
(BJUR 045, 2014, CD)
Annie Chen Sextet — Pisces the Dreamer Annie Chen Sextet — Pisces the Dreamer
(Shanghai Audio & Video, 2014, CD / DL)
Rafał Sarnecki — The Madman Rambles Again Rafał Sarnecki — The Madman Rambles Again
(Fresh Sound New Talent FSNT3, 2011, CD)
Rafał Sarnecki Quartet — Songs from a New Place Rafał Sarnecki Quartet — Songs from a New Place
(ARMS 5900238791044, 2008, CD)

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