“Neural” reviews Seven Sonets

August issue of Neural magazine features review of Seven Sonnets. Fragment:

Between romantic hints and spiritual environments, the seven tracks are all very enjoyable. The composer is no stranger to the melting pot of different cultural areas, with collaborations between theater and music. Indeed, Glowicka has shared stages in the past with choreographers and visual artists and is absolutely at ease with all references, having developed the project so long. Over the centuries William Shakespeare has always fascinated legions of other artists – and, not surprisingly, his sonnets were also set in pop guise by David Gilmour of Pink Floyd – however, the suggestions here are much intense and significant and they bring us closer and more directly in contact with the original work.

"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