International Computer Music Conference 2016 Music Track

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Favola is part of the project CD ‘Red Sun’ recorded together with Malgorzata Walentynowicz.

Material generated with the help of AcToolbox algorithmic software.

“affair that is surprisingly engaging for all its moments of solitude. More often than not the listener is left with a wall of silence and the real beauty is in the anticipation of ghostly apparitions that glide, reverberated through a misty haze…“
Blackaudio blog, Tony Young
” Music reach in delicate and subtle ambiences. “ , France
“It’s a fine work of piano sounds guided by some carefully places glitches, bits of hiss, a processed sine wave and such like. All seven pieces are very careful, atmospheric, moody perhaps at times, all meandering away in a very friendly manner.” “Nice for a rainy day. “
Vital Weekly 936,


Katarina Glowicka     web site
School of Music
Erasmus Hogeschool Brussel

Katarina Glowicka’s (PL/NL) music explores the stylistical points of a possible junctions between classical, ambient, folk and minimalism. Dubbed “the next star from the East” (“Junge Welt”), she came into the international spotlight with album “Red Sun” (Bolt Records, 2014). Her works have been commissioned by renowned international ensembles and soloists, such as BBC ScottishEnsemble, Ensemble Recherche, Holland Symfonia, European Contemporary Orchestra among others. She collaborated with leading artists, both classical and avant-garde, among others with French turntablist Philppe Petit. Glowicka’s works have been performed in Americas, Europe and Australia, during such an renowned festivals as Wien Modern, Biennale di Venezia, Warsaw Autumn, Gaudeamus Music Week or World New Music Days.
Her mentors included Louis Andriessen, Martijn Padding, Ivan Fedele, Michael Alcorn and Grazyna Pstrokonska-Nawratil.Newest engagements are among others commissions for Warsaw National Theatre (2015) opera based on life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Fuel Theatre in London for work with Melanie Wilson (2016) and new work for Rogier Sapiro Found, New York (2017). Newest CD,’Seven Sonnets’ (Bolt records, ARTEk Sounds, DUX) will appear in January 2015.She completed her PhD in 2008 at Sonic Arts Research Centre, Belfast. Based as a freelance in the Netherlands, she also lectures computer music and composition at Royal Conservatory Brussels.


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