Orkiestra Muzyki Nowej / fot. materiały zespołu
Orkiestra Muzyki Nowej / fot. materialy zespołu
Musica Polonica Nova
Fugitive Visions
27.05.2022
Fri.
7:00 PM
NFM, Red Hall
Programme:

Dariusz Przybylski Chamber Symphony (2021)
Adam Porębski Muzyka złudzeń for chamber orchestra and electronics** (2022)
Paweł Hendrich Phantomaticon for chamber orchestra, piano and computer (2021)
***
Ewa Synowiec Diabolus in musica (1984), NDSL cz. 4 (1983), Pejzaże z lotu ptaka (1985) – graphic compositions
Kalki – improvisation to graphic works created live by Marian Oslislo

The commissionings of the Chamber Symphony by D. Przybylski and Muzyka złudzeń for chamber orchestra and electronics by A. Porębski were co-financed from the funds of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, coming from the Culture Promotion Fund as part of the programme “Composing Commissions“ realised by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Performers:

Szymon Bywalec – conductor
Dorota Adamczak – piano
Paweł Hendrich, Adam Porębski – electronics
Marian Oslislo –  live graphics
Krzysztof Zygalski –  assistant
Ensemble OMN

Venue:
NFM, Red Hall
plac Wolności 1, 50-071 Wrocław
Tickets:
from 10 to 65 zł

The Fugitive Visions is a multimedia concert featuring artists of the Polish contemporary music scene, but also Marian Oslislo – a graphic artist associated with the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice. The alliance of music and the visual arts is historically well documented but seems to have grown stronger in recent years. The idea of the concert was inspired by the art of improvisation and graphic compositions by Ewa Synowiec, who died last year.

The pieces included in the programme treat the issue of improvisation in a peculiar way – it is precisely this that is the common denominator of the compositions. The first piece will be a work by composer and organist Dariusz Przybylski – Chamber Symphony, which was premiered at the end of 2021 at the NOSPR in Katowice. The piece presents the colorfulness and textural possibilities of a chamber orchestra. The Music of Illusions by Adam Porębski is a musical adaptation of the phenomenon of illusion. The composer uses an original technique consisting in controlled performance gestures, thus creating visual and auditory illusions. Phantomaticon – the work of Paweł Hendrich, the festival’s Artistic Director, intended for chamber orchestra, piano and computer – is in fact a piano concerto. As the artist himself emphasizes, the composition draws on the futurological concepts of Stanisław Lem.

Diabolus in musica, Japanese Fairy Tale, NDSL, Birds Eye Landscapes – these are the titles of Ewa Synowiec’s graphic compositions created in the 1980s. Her activity encompassed composition, music theory, and pianism. Her interests went beyond the traditional form of the score, and while looking for new means of expression, the artist turned to visual arts. A fantastic opportunity to get acquainted with her work will be listening to improvisation to the graphics created live by Marian Oslislo.

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