Sabina entered the jazz world first as a passionate gig goer. Soon she got to make a lot of friends amongst musicians and people enthusiastic about live music. But it wasn’t until she came to the UK that she got involved with jazz professionally. Turning a new leaf meant turning to new possibilities.                                                                   
Originally from Poland, she had studied in London and after a few years of separation decided to come back and immerse herself in the rich cultural life here. Expressing her love for music, and especially live jazz, she was listings editor at Jazz Services for nearly three years. She also represented British Jazz at JazzAhead! trade fair in Bremen, Germany and at Jazz Dag in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.                                                                                                                             
Vocationally, Sabina is an art historian and critic, writing for art magazines and other art publications. She was a teacher and delivered lectures on art. She also curated and organised exhibitions and was involved in creating workshop programmes for the Biennale of Art for Children. She has experience in art event co-ordination and is a keen collaborator on projects encompassing all art forms. 










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