Kazimierz Chludek – a graduate of the State Secondary Music School of Władysław Żeleński in Krakow, and then the saxophone class at the Department of Jazz and Entertainment Music at the Academy of Music in Katowice.
Winner of the third prize at the international competition "Jazz Juniors" in Krakow in 1993.
For nineteen years, teacher of saxophone and jazz improvisation at State Secondary Music School of Władysław Żeleński and from fourteen years of jazz improvisation at Music School of Fryderyk Chopin in Krakow.
For a special contribution to the development of artistic education in Poland, he received an individual second-class prize awarded by the director of the Center for Artistic Education.
Honored by the President of the Republic of Poland with the Bronze Medal for Long-Term Service.
He has repeatedly conducted workshops on jazz improvisation, as well as for American youth.
Together with his pupils, he took a concert tour several times in United States.
He took part in workshops conducted by prominent lecturers such as Ervin Stuckey, Isidore Rudnick and world-class jazz and classical saxophonist Branford Marsalis.
Among his many graduates are well-known jazz musicians such as Nikola Kołodziejczyk (Laureate of two Fryderyk) Piotr Orzechowski (laureate of Jazz Piano Competiton in Montreux, Switzerland) and Szymon Kamykowski (saxophonist cooperating with Mike Stern).