A renowned polish jazz musician hailing from Wielkopolska Region, he stands out as a drummer, pianist, and composer. Currently, he performs with several reputable bands, including ZK Collaboration, Jazz Forum Machine, and Weezdob Collective. His exceptional talent has garnered him numerous awards, including the prestigious “Young Poland" scholarship from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in 2018. Zagórski released an album in the legendary POLISH JAZZ series, a collection that serves as a distinctive showcase of Polish jazz on the global stage. He also works as an artist for Warner Music and Yamaha Music Europe.

He also represents the Wielkopolska Region as a talented jazz musician who was raised and educated in Poznań. His passion for music has gained recognition worldwide, securing him a position as one of the most sought-after musicians in the industry. He has performed concerts in numerous countries around the world, including Poland, Germany, Denmark, Czech Republic, France, Spain, Ukraine, Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands, Belarus, Slovakia, Italy, Romania, USA, Turkey, Lithuania, Latvia, Israel, Qatar, and Indonesia. He has also graced many music festivals both in Poland and abroad.

This artist has taken part in various international conferences such as JazzAhead Bremen (Germany) and the Jazz Education Network in Orlando, Florida (USA). Actively participating in networking and playing recitals among esteemed artists from around the world. He has also been a guest lecturer at the invitation of the Jazz Department at the University of Nebraska, Omaha, USA. On a daily basis, he is a lecturer at the Grażyna and Kiejstut Bacewicz Academy of Music in Łódź, specifically within the Institute of Jazz Instrumental Studies.

For many years, Adam Zagórski has been a proponent of instrumental music in Poland and worldwide. He has received awards in numerous competitions and is educated as both an instrumentalist and educator in Poland, Denmark, and the Netherlands. His demeanor serves as an inspiration for young musical enthusiasts to explore their creative endeavors. Having grown up in a musical family, he is a member of multiple bands, both as a session musician and a leader.

As a jazz musician, he is frequently invited to collaborate with renowned Polish figures in this genre, such as Włodzimierz Pawlik, Artur Dutkiewicz, Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski, Dorota Miśkiewicz, Krystyna Prońko, and many others. He also takes initiative in fostering international collaboration and serves as an enthusiastic promoter of Polish culture on a global scale. Given his artistic experience and rich professional achievements, he represents the forefront of Poland's young generation of musicians. Most importantly, he possesses vast capabilities, talents, and predispositions for effectively executing artistic projects in the realm of music. He co-founds bands such as ZK COLLABORATION, JAZZ FORUM MACHINE, and WEEZDOB COLLECTIVE.

His career is evidence of how the work ethic of Wielkopolska
can be realized in the world of art.

In 2017, he released the album “Song Of Hope" by the Adam Zagórski Quartet. He also leads the Adam Zagórski Nonet and co-creates the Zagórski/Kostka/Kądziela trio. He also co-founded the ZK Collaboration with Maciej Kądziela in 2016, a band of friends. In his spare time amidst dozens of concerts, he records extensively. This includes three albums with the Weezdob Collective, “Viasna" with Ulyanica, “Suit The Road" with Piotr Scholz, “Zagajewski / Pawlik – Mów Spokojniej" with music by Włodzimierz Pawlik for the poetry of Adam Zagajewski, two albums with the Włodek Pawlik trio, “Pawlik/Moniuszko – Polish Jazz" and “Pierwsze Urodziny Polskie Radio Chopin," as well as “Comets Sing" with the Artur Dutkiewicz trio.

Adding to his regular engagements, he collaborates with the Poznań Jazz Philharmonic Orchestra. He has long been associated with Chodzież International Jazz Workshops and co-created the project “Virtual Big Band Cho-Jazz 50," continually contributing to the education of the next generations of percussionists.