Flow Unit 3: Anna Kwiatkowska - violin Mikołaj Pałosz - cello Adam Kośmieja - piano
Program: Clara IannottaIl colore dell’ombra for piano trio Katarina Gryvul Taxidermia for solo cello and electronic Kuba KrzewińskiContre for violin and cello Matthias Pintscher Study I for Treatise on the Veil for violin and cello Olga Neuwirth Quasare/Pulsare for violin and piano
Adam Kośmieja – piano Kazimierz Rochecki – impresje malarskie
During the concert, Adam Kośmieja will present the monumental work "Treatise" by Cornelius Cardew, realizing the graphic score of the composition. The musical presentation will be accompanied by an artistic impression by prof. Kazimierz Rochecki, who will paint live art work inspired by the music.
Online recital Piano & Electronics as a part of "Virtual Spring Festival" organized by MCK in Bydgoszczry. Because of COVID-19 the entire festival has been moved to the web. You can listen to the concert HERE
Philip Glass - Opening from Glassworks (1982) Helmut Lachenmann - Guero (1969) Jacob ter Veldhuis - The body of your dreams (2002) for piano and boombox (soundtracks) Víctor TrescolíSanz- Sol (2013) for Toypiano and electronics Jerzy Kornowicz - Coma Berenices (1994) Pierre Jodlowski - Série Blanche (2007) for piano and stereo soundtrack
BOX "100 for 100" is an exclusive set documenting the last 100 years of Polish music. It contains 36 CDs with 100 works performed by outstanding Polish artists (Polish Radio archive recordings and also new recordings made especially for this programme).
The BOX received two "Fryderyk" music awards ("polish Grammy") in two categories:
Album of the year symphonic music
Most outstanding recording of polish music
Adam took part in this massive enterprise and recorded Elzbieta Sikora's Piano Concerto (2000) with Sinfonia Varsovia under Bassem Akiki and Tadeusz Wielecki's Numerous Branches of Ramified Plaits (1988) for clarinet, piano and cello with Andrzej Bauer and Julian Paprocki. You can find the recordings here.
You can buy and learn more about the BOX set here:
20 March 2020 - Comments Off on 03.03.2020 New York City, Manhattan School of Music