CD “Red Sun”



“the next star from the East”

Junge Welt, Germany



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“a delightful 55-minute drive of enthralling music for piano and computer.”

“Protagonists of piano” – National Spanish Radio, RNE 3

” highly successful crossover of classical and ambient music “

“the purest, most satisfying art often arise from sources that have nothing in common with its origins.” magazine, Austria

” 55 minutes of mind-captivating music for piano and computer.”

Radio Monalisa Concertzender, Netherlands

” exacting musical intelligence “

Bernard Clarke, RTE National Radio, Ireland

” they weave magic with an ear for spatial awareness and ‘Red Sun’ is a peculiar 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…“

“ 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 the waiting that has come before….”

Blackaudio blog, Tony Young

” Music reach in delicate and subtle ambiences. “ , France

Malgorzata Walentynowicz lets us look into the world of her imagination, and let it be notied, its a wonderful world “

Wesolowski, Gdansk Magazine, Poland

” clearly, you hear the skills of a seasoned composer – the clear intentions and the feeling for ‘big form’ “

Topolski, Dwutygodnik, Poland

“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,

” hallucinatory experience, ranging from soothing to dramatic nervous, from hushed to frantic. The sound of the piano really never fades from view, but fortunately, because that is in all aspects exciting and fascinating. Nicely balanced. “

Arjan van Sorge, ‘Gonzocircus’ magazine, Begium

” A quietly intense narrative”

“work that is multifacted and frequently fascinating.”

Christopher Nosnibor,

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

Vito Camarretta at