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  • Several new reviews of Seven Sonnets

    In May and June several independed German websites write favourable reviews of “Seven Sonnets”. Culturmag (an online platform for music reviews),Bad Alchemy (German Audiomagazine devoted to the avantgarde of music) and Westzeit magazine. Fragment of “Culturmag” review by Tina Manske: “Glowicka’s style, her nonconformist handling of electronic possibilities and idiosyncratic, not complacency seeking harmonies, are…

  • Seven Sonnets at Aural Aggravation

    Christopher Nosnibor writes at “Aural Agravation” about new CD “Seven Sonets” fragment from review: ‘Sweet love’ builds subtle drama, Glowicka skipping lightly through Sonnet LVI, before ‘All Naked’, a stripped-back audiowork which is spun around Sonnet XXVI concludes the album, leaving the listener feeling… how precisely does the listener feel? The power of any work…

  • Belgian ‘Rifraf’ reviews ‘Seven Sonnets’

    Upcoming edition of Belgian music magazine ‘Rifraf‘ from 16.05.2016 reviews ‘Seven Sonnets’. In the section “Love on the bits” a short review by Fabrice Vanoverberg. Below an excerpt: “with extraordinary strength of conviction Glowicka manages to take us into the century of Shakespeare, and that without sounding stuffy or overly intellectual.” For more, read Rifraf…

  • “Jazz n More” on “Red Sun”

    May issue of the magazine “Jazz n More”  publishes review of ‘Red Sun’. Below an excerpt: All sound phenomena happen in time and space. But few sound artists use those dimensions specifically to make it the exclusive theme of their compositions as do the two Polish women: Glowicka and Walentynowicz in “Red Sun”. The piano and the…

  • “Muzyka 21” reviews “Red Sun”

    Polish online art magazine Muzyka 21 has published an article on music of Glowicka. Polish critic Jan Topolski writes his impressions about the new CD ‘Red Sun’: What makes the music of Katarina Głowicka special? First of all space. Deep and extensive. As in ambient music. Built by reverbs, echoes and electronics. Against this background – a…

  • “Indulging yourself” – Sound Projector Magazine raves about “Red Sun”

    written by Paul Khimasia MorganPosted in Recent arrivals Tagged with ambient, composed, drone, piano “This album is like indulging yourself in a European city break. You dive headlong into the cultural activities you might passively ignore in your own town: museums, galleries, landmarks, theatres, concert halls, all are visited zealously while you studiously refuse to…

  • William Anderson reviews ‘Kyrie’ at ISCM World New Music Days

      Katarina Głowicka at ISCM, October 2014 William Anderson’s review of ‘Kyrie’: Katarina Głowicka-her powerful Kyrie made me fight to maintain my composure.  Of course this begs the question of why was I in that receptive mode for her and not for others.  I admit that I lost it when I started seeing images  (in…

  • Muzykoteka Szkolna interview on music emigration

    On the 10-th anniversary of Poland joining the EU, Polish online magazine “Muzkoteka szkolna” interviews myself and several of my colleagues on music and emigration. LINK TO THE TEXT

  • “Black audio” gives 9 out of 10 to “Red Sun”

    Magazine “Black audio” reviews Red Sun with 9 out of 10 points. “Clean and precise, the title track is glorious manifestation of sheer ambient bliss and is formulated as the first proper track that you can grasp onto without the teasing that it’s former counterparts did so well; it’s almost like a gift after all…