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Opracowanie i profilaktyka konserwatorska nowo odnalezionych akt Archiwum Związku Kompozytorów Polskich

logo APDzięki dotacji Naczelnej Dyrekcji Archiwów Państwowych w ramach konkursu na realizację zadania publicznego „Wspieranie działań archiwalnych 2022” w drugiej połowie roku 2022 mogliśmy kontynuować prace rozpoczęte rok wcześniej, kiedy to przy wsparciu NDAP w ramach konkursu „Wspieranie działań archiwalnych 2021” realizowany był projekt „Archiwum Związku Kompozytorów Polskich – opracowanie i profilaktyka konserwatorska”. Prace dotyczą akt ZKP z lat 1945 –1989 i polegają na porządkowaniu dokumentów, tworzeniu nowego, spójnego inwentarza oraz zabezpieczaniu archiwaliów przed zniszczeniem zgodnie z aktualnymi wymogami konserwatorskimi.

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Katowice | Game Music Fest 2023

GameMusic 23Patronat medialny nad sezonem koncertowym 2022 / 2023 Filharmonii Śląskiej im. H. M. Góreckiego sprawuje Polskie Centrum Informacji Muzycznej POLMIC.

Wejdź do gry i weź udział w Game Music Fest 2023, organizowanym przez Filharmonię Śląską! Interdyscyplinarny festiwal, który odbędzie się w Katowicach w dniach 17–18 lutego, będzie poświęcony tematyce muzyki w grach wideo. Rozpocznie go spektakularny Game Music Concert w Spodku, konkurs kompozytorski, a zakończy seria wydarzeń w Filharmonii Śląskiej, obejmująca panel dyskusyjny z udziałem autorów muzyki do gier, koncert hologramowy, strefę VR i AR oraz networkingową.

Całość otworzy Game Music Concert w Spodku w wykonaniu Orkiestry Symfonicznej Filharmonii Śląskiej pod batutą Františka Macka. Będzie to prawdziwe widowisko, wzbogacone animacjami i wizualizacjami przygotowanymi przez artystów z Wydziału Sztuki i Nauk o Edukacji Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, a także widowiskiem tanecznym grupy Seimuse i pokazami cosplay.

Drugiego dnia festiwalu Filharmonia Śląska zaprosi do swojej siedziby, gdzie odbędzie się m.in. prowadzony przez Michała „Wasiu” Wasika Game Music Discussion Panel, poświęcony diagnozie rozwijającego się rynku muzyki z gier wideo. O swoich doświadczeniach opowiedzą doświadczeni polscy autorzy muzyki do gier wideo, m.in. Adam Skorupa i Bartosz Chajdecki.

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Radom | 4th National Wind Instruments Orchestras Conference

KonferencjaOrkiestrD 23Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC

The Clinic of Brass Bands invites lecturers, speakers and composers who want to present their new compositions for brass band in Radom on March 24-26, 2023 to participate in the 4th National Wind Instruments Orchestras Conference.

Works must be written for a brass band or concert brass band. Composers sharing a work that will be selected will have the opportunity to participate, on the day of its performance (in part or in its entirety), both in the ‘reading session’ and in other lectures of the conference. Composition submissions will be accepted until the 31st of January, 2023.

Link to submit works for Reading Session - composers: https://forms.gle/xbxkJS9tyxTDGd357

The main topics discussed at the conference will be i.a. presentations of technological innovations, copyright, improvisation in a brass band, transcriptions and arrangements for a brass band and new repertoire. Following workshops have been planned: conducting, composition and arrangement, etc. The deadline for submitting lecturers' applications is the 15th of February.

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Recognized musicians in the jury of the 3rd International Polish Music Competition

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The director of the National Institute of Music and Dance announces the composition of the jury of the 3rd International Polish Music Competition Competition, which will take place in Rzeszów. The competition promotes Polish music of the 19th and 20th centuries among performers and the audience, and its winners, apart from cash prizes, will also receive numerous concert offers. Application deadline is the 15st of February, 2023.

This year, from July 2 to 9, the Artur Malawski Podkarpacka Philharmonic in Rzeszów will host the third edition of the International Polish Music Competition - a unique event organized by the National Institute of Music and Dance since 2019.

The aim of the competition is also to promote talented musicians who include in their repertoire less known or less frequently performed works by Polish composers. Previous editions of the competition have shown that it is an event with an ever-widening global reach, and the winners successfully present Polish music on stages around the world. The competition is held every two years and includes two categories: pianists and chamber ensembles.

The jury of both categories of the competition will include recognized Polish and foreign musicians.

More information: konkursmuzykipolskiej.pl

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Wrocław | Rapsodie espagnole

NFM 9.2.23Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC

On the 9th of February, 2023 at 19.00, Krzysztof Książek and Agnieszka Zahaczewska-Książek, i.e. Książek Piano Duo, winners of the 2nd International Polish Music Competition in the category of chamber ensemble will perform at the National Forum of Music for the first time. The pianists' repertoire will include Maurice Ravel's Rapsodie espagnole, as well as works by Polish composers - Fryderyk Chopin and Aleksander Tansman.

Rondo in C major for two pianos Op. 73 by Fryderyk Chopin, dated 1828, comes from the Warsaw period in the composer's oeuvre. The piece functions both in a version for solo piano and for two pianos.

La Grande Ville by Aleksander Tansman is an example of music created for a ballet based on one of the fairy tales of the Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen. It features elements of jazz, which the composer had the opportunity to encounter during his stay in the United States.

More: https://www.nfm.wroclaw.pl/component/nfmcalendar/event/9289

 

Sanok | 18th International Piano Forum ‘Bieszczady without borders’

Bieszczady bez 23 prMedia patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC

For the 18th time, Sanok in the Podkarpacie region will host the International Piano Forum ‘Bieszczady without borders’. On February 4-12, 2023, the masters as well as young pianists will play in the Bieszczady Mountains. Most of the concerts will be streamed online. The report will also be carried out by TVP3 Rzeszów, TVP Kultura, Polish Radio Rzeszów, Dwójka and Radio dla Ciebie will broadcast the event.

Participants of the 18th edition of the Forum will take part in concerts, masterclasses and individual lessons, specialist courses and seminars, thematic lectures with invited guests, in the International Piano Competition ‘Young Virtuoso’, the Piano Competition ‘Golden Parnas’ and the Competition ‘Pedagogue of the Virtuosos’ for teachers. The ‘Young Composer 2023’ award was funded by the Polish Composers' Union.

Detailed programme on the website: https://interpiano.pl 

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Warsaw | 'Polish Music Scene': Tymoteusz Bies

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Programme of Tymoteusz Bies’ piano recital on the 31st of January 31, 2023 at 19.00 at the Warsaw Philharmonic. The pianist will present pieces that make up a colorful mosaic illustrating the diversity of Polish music of the late 19th and 20th centuries. The concert is co-organized by the National Institute of Music and Dance as part of its own programme ‘Polish Music Scene’ and financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.

The programme will consist of works rooted in the experience of Romanticism (Ludomir Różycki, Preludes Op. 2), referring to the brillante aesthetics (Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Polonaise in B major Op. 9 No. 6), referring to the Baroque style (Mieczysław Wajnberg, Two Fugues), drawing on from Polish traditional music (Karol Szymanowski, Mazurkas Op. 62), as well as works of a programmatic or even illustrative nature (Szymanowski, Masks Op. 34).

Press release

Ticket information: https://filharmonia.pl/repertuar/scena-muzyki-polskiej-176742947-505927085-592197056

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Cracow | Sinfonietta Cracovia and Kroke conducted by Krzysztof Herdzin

SC 29.1.23Patronat medialny nad Koncertem objęło Polskie Centrum Informacji Muzycznej POLMIC.

During the concert on the 29th of January, 2023 at 6.00 p.m. at Cracow's Łaźnia Nowa Theater, during 'Sinfonietta Nova' series, Kroke's works will be performed in a fresh version arranged for an orchestra by Krzysztof Herdzin. Sinfonietta Cracovia and Kroke will perform under the composer's baton.

Herdzin prepared arrangements for an album Feelharmony released by EMI in 2012. After a little over ten years this extraordinary artistic event, which brought together a group of excellent musicians, will be revived once again at the Łaźnia Nowa Theatre that is a co-organizer of concerts in the Sinfonietta Nova series.

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Warsaw | Witold Lutosławski Festival 'Chain XX'

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Witold Lutosławski Society and Program 2 of the Polish Radio invite you to the jubilee, twentieth edition of the Witold Lutosławski Festival ‘Chain' on January 28 - February 12, 2023. The concerts will take place in the Witold Lutosławski Concert Studio of the Polish Radio.

 Polish premieres of works by Alexander Goehr, Wallingford Riegger, Per Nørgård, Sándor Szokolay, Frank Martin, Sándor Veress and Willem Pijper will take place at the Festival.

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