Kasia Głowicka

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She came into the international spotlight with album “Red Sun” (Bolt Records, 2014). Dubbed “the next star from the East” (“Junge Welt”), 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 Grażyna Pstrokońska-Nawratil. Together with Krystian Łada she creates operating performances under “The Airport Society” collective. Based as a freelance in the Netherlands, she also lectures computer music at Royal Conservatory Brussels.

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"What makes the music of Kasia Głowicka special? First of all space. Deep and extensive (…) Seasoned composer – the clear intentions and the feeling for ‘big form’."

Jan Topolski

Musica 21 Magazine

"exacting musical intelligence"

Bernard Clarke

RTE National Radio, Ireland

"brilliant media artists”…”wisely explore the stylistical choke points of a possible junction between classical music, ambient and minimalism"

Vito Camarretta


"her powerful Kyrie made me fight to maintain my composure. (…) I had never heard great new Polish music in Poland before, and I was deeply deeply moved by that experience."

William Anderson

"Her music was praised for its powerful sense of theatre. …excellent music."

Genesis Foundation

"Complex, yet accessible. Very powerful music"

Fuell Theater