Vasco Trilla is a Catalan citizen of the world. He performs and records on every continent: in the course of almost three weeks between September and October 2016, Vasco Trilla toured in Poland, in Hungary, he appeared on several concerts in Serbia, followed by Bulgaria. In fact, in each of these concerts Vasco performed with different musicians. If the imagination of the improvising musician – undeniable in the case of Trilla – is a derivative of musical experiences of a nearly 40-year-old musician’s life, the evidence to support such thesis may be found effortlessly.
Mikołaj Trzaska is a composer, saxophonist and bass clarinetist. In 1989 he starts studies at the Academy of Fine Arts, Painting Institute in Gdańsk in Włodzimierz Łajming's atelier. At the same time fascinated by jazz from the 60-ties, especially by music of John Coltrane and Ornette Coleman he starts to learn by himself how to play alto saxophone. Soon afterwards he joins the group of the bassist Tymon Tymański, Sni Sredstwom Za Uklanianie. This group was a germ of the biggest ferment in Polis jazz of the 80-ties and the 90-ties - Miłość.
After a series of collaborations and recordings, Mikołaj Trzaska meets Vasco Trilla and in 2017 the two musicians record the album Catapulta De Pols D'estrelles.