The vocalist performed during the Chaoyang Pop Music Festival and at the BeiHang University. Justyna Steczkowska's concerts were a part of the project promoting Polish culture in Asia organised by Culture.pl.
An hour long, open-air concert of Justyna Steczkowska was held on 3rd May 2015. It was a part of Beijing's three-day long music festival, which began on May 1st. Justyna Steczkowska's performance was viewed by approximately 5000 people. Ever since 2005, the Chaoyang Pop Music Festival has been inviting domestic and foreign artists to its scenes. The organisers – China Arts & Entertainment Group (CAEG) provided this year's audience with the sounds of rock and roll, of milder ballads and jazz pieces. The festival's visitors had a chance to experience Caribbean energy, Latin American music, and the guest of honour – the U.S. – presented a special American Night gala. China Arts & Entertainment Group is the first and the largest association which organises events of this sort in China.
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W reportażu wykorzystano utwór "Leć" - pochodzący z ostatniej płyty Justyny pod tytułem "ANIMA".
Zdjęcia: Piotr Wyżkiewicz / DI VISION Digital Film Studio
Muzyka: Justyna Steczkowska
Słowa: Bela Komoszyńska
Two days later Justyna Steczkowska performed her biggest hits at the BeiHang University. The concert was attended by aproximately 800 people.
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Justyna Steczkowska, born on 2nd August 1972, is a Polish vocalist, violinist, composer and author of texts. Raised in a family of musicians, Justyna has a four-octave vocal range. She's a laureate of numerous competitions and winner of dozens of awards, including six 'Fryderyk' – prize of the Polish phonographic industry. She performs in a band comprising of Krystyna Steczkowska-Hairulin (backup singers, vocal, violin), Waldemar Franczyk (drums), Paweł Łuczak (keyboards), Andrzej Paśkiewicz (acoustic and electric guitar), Paweł Steczkowski (bass guitar), Antoni Gralak (trumpet).
Organisers of the artist's performance during Meet in Beijing 2015 were: China Arts & Entertainment Group, Culture.pl, in co-operation with the Polish Institute in Beijing and the Culture Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Beijing.
Source: press materials, edit. AW, transl. Agata Dudek, 14/04/15.