During the years 2004-2008 he was a recipient of the Minister of Culture scholarship, during 2006-2008 he received a scholarship from the City of Wrocław, and in 2007 he was awarded a scholarship by the Authors' Association zaiks. In the same year he was included in the four-year Promotion Programme by the Krzysztof Penderecki European Music Centre. He has won many national and international awards, including the 3rd Prize at the International Composers' Competition organised by the Franz Josef Reinl Foundation in Vienna for his work Anepigraph (2005). In 2006 his composition Heterochronia was recommended by the national jury for performance during World Music Days in 2007 in Hong Kong.
His works have been performed at many events, including Audio Art festivals in Cracow and Warsaw, at Musica Polonica Nova in Wrocław, during the 7th festival Days of Music by Ryszard Bukowski also in Wrocław, and at the 17th international festival Mikołów Music Days. He is a member of the Polish Composers' Union and the Polish Society for Contemporary Music. For some years he has been programming in Max/MSP and performing electroacoustic music live. In November2006, at the mdr-Studio in Leipzig, he performed the central computer part in Cezary Duchnowski opera Ogród Marty (Martha's Garden).
In May2007, during the festival Musica Electronica Nova in Wrocław, he performed the electronic part in the ballet Maa by Kaija Saariaho. During the 2007/2008 season he participated in the choreographic action Rękopis [...] (Manuscript) by Rafał Augustyn, where in the electronic part he used his own program, sPatio, to spatialise sound. Together with Cezary Duchnowski and Sławomir Kupczak he has formed the trio Phonos ek Mechanes, which performs electroacoustic music live. The ensemble had its debut at the Audio Art festival in Warsaw in December 2007.
Main compositions: Gnothi seauton [for chamber ensemble] (2001) Heterochronia [for symphony orchestra] (2002-2004) Anepigraph [for symphony orchestra] (2005) Diversicorium [for chamber ensemble] (2005) Phonarium I, [sound installation] (2005) Phonarium II, [sound installation] (2006) Multivalentis [for clarinet, trombone, cello and piano] (2006) Metasolidus [for symphony orchestra] (2005-2007) Cyclostratus [for chamber ensamble and beatboxer] (2008) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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