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Review at African Paper

August 8, 2017

“Seven Sonnets” reviewed by “African Paper” – online magazine from Germany. here more

Glowicka at “Heroines of Sound” Berlin

July 4, 2017

Piece “Sun spot” was featured at Berlin’s festival “Heronies of Sound” at Radialsystem, Berlin.

Favola during Insomnio night at Tivolivredenburg, Utrecht

March 28, 2017

In 2017 Insomnio ensemble celebrates its twentieth anniversary! On Friday, April 21, therefore, we will have a grand musical marathon from 19:00 to 3:00 am at various locations in TivoliVredenburg. It will be a night full of highlights from the 20th and 21st century music. Insomnio night also provides opportunities to actively participate, including a…

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Women create opera – discussion and concert at Poznan Grand Theater

February 14, 2017

On Saturday 18 February at. 16:00 at the Grand Theatre in Poznan, UNITED STATES OF OPERA foundation, invites for an extraordinary meeting – “WOMEN CREATE OPERA”. Among the guests Katarina Głowicka, Marzena Diakun and Elżbieta Sikora and . During the meeting soprano Joanna Freszel will present selection of contemporary pieces. The talk will be led…

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“Seven Sonnets”reviewed by Jazznmore

October 22, 2016

Yet another review of “Seven Sonnets”. This time in the September issue of swiss magazine  Jazznmore. below translation of a fragment: “The fascinating tension of Glowicka’s compositions comes from the contrast between the old-time sound of the Contertenor, the classical arranged string quartet and the almost timelessly spherical-sounding electronic collages, which portray the historically evocative texts into an atmospheric dimension…

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New commission for Allison Cook

October 18, 2016

foto Pierre Debusschere New commission for cycle of 4 songs for female singer, piano and live electronics will be premiered by soprano Allison Cook on 4th of April 2017. The standard repertoire of classical song recitals for female singers consists of such pieces as Schumann’s “Frauenliebeund Leben”or Shoenberg’s” Das Buch der Hängede Gärten, Op.  15. The musical language and the…

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Polish “Lizard Magazine” on “Seven Sonnets”

October 16, 2016

“Seven Sonnets” reviewed in progressive music magazine “Lizard” from Poland with 8/10. “the most beautiful is the culmination of the disc with minimalist, hardening at a moment in time thanks to the electronic effects of the strings” Lizard is the only Polish magazine devoted to the broader progressive music. Authors are looking for and describe…

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