Program

Saturday, 11 May, 6.00 p.m.
THE OPENING CONCERT OF THE 31st INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF KRAKOW COMPOSERS
Gallery of the 19th-Century Polish Art, The Sukiennice (The Cloth Hall), 3 Main Market Square
SINFONIETTA CRACOVIA ORCHESTRA
JUREK DYBAŁ – conductor
TRIO ŚLĄSKIE (SILESIAN TRIO)
ROMAN WIDASZEK – clarinet
TADEUSZ TOMASZEWSKI – French horn
JOANNA DOMAŃSKA – piano

Mikołaj Górecki Trio concerto for clarinet, French horn, piano and string orchestra (2015)
Maciej Jabłoński Panta rhei for solo clarinet and string orchestra (2018) ***
Marek Stachowski Sinfonietta per archi (1998)
Marcel Chyrzyński Ukiyo-e No. 4 for clarinet, French horn, piano and string orchestra (2018)

*** World premiere. Financial support provided by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage as a part of “Collections” programme – “Composing Commissions”, realized by the Institute of Music and Dance.


Sunday, 12 May, 1.00 p.m.
The Mass offered for composers, musicologists and musicians of Krakow
St. Mary’s Basilica, Plac Mariacki 5
Celebration of the Holy Mass and the occasional sermon
Rev. ROBERT TYRAŁA Hab. PhD
CAPPELLA MARIALIS CHOIR FROM ST. MARY’S BASILICA IN KRAKOW
ZYGMUNT KOKOSZKA – organ
KRZYSZTOF MICHAŁEK – conductor

Wacław z Szamotuł Alleluja. Chwalcie Pana. Psalm CXVII for mixed choir (1549-1558)
Giovanni Croce Alleluja for mixed choir (Second half of the 16th century)
Edward Bairstow I sat down under his shadow for mixed choir (1925)
Orlando Gibbons Amen for mixed choir (First half of the 17th century)
Wacław z Szamotuł Ego sum Pastor Bonus for mixed choir (Second half of the 16th century)
Wojciech Kilar Lumen for mixed choir (2011)
Romuald Twardowski Regina caeli for mixed choir (1996)

Sunday, 12 May, 6.00 p.m.
KRAKOW COMPOSERS’ SCHOOL 1
Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic in Krakow, 1. Zwierzyniecka Street
SYMPHONY ORKIESTRA OF THE KRAKOW ACADEMY OF MUSIC
PAWEŁ PRZYTOCKI – conductor
JAN KALINOWSKI – cello

Marek Stachowski Poème sonore for symphony orchestra (1975)
Zbigniew Bujarski Peirene for symphony orchestra (2003)
Marcel Chyrzyński Ukiyo-e No. 3 – Concerto for cello and symphony orchestra (2016)

Co-organized with the Academy of Music in Krakow


Monday, 13 May, 7.00 p.m.
KRAKOW COMPOSERS’ SCHOOL 2
The Academy of Music „Florianka” Hall, 15. Sereno Fenn’a Street
RENATA GUZIK – flute
BARBARA BOROWICZ – clarinet
RADOSŁAW PIĘTA – bass clarinet
KRZYSZTOF CYRAN – guitar
ALEKSANDRA ZAMOJSKA (Poland/Austria) – soprano
MATEUSZ KURCAB – piano
DOMINIKA PESZKO – piano
AGNIESZKA BUGLA – violin
MACIEJ LULEK – violin
MONIKA MŁYNARCZYK – viola
POLA BENKE – cello
BARBARA ŁYPIK-SOBANIEC – cello
PATRYCJA PIECZARA – conductor

Michał Papara Idée fixe for chamber ensemble (2019) *
Michał Gronowicz Sur un tableau de Fragonard for flute (grande, alto, bass), clarinet, piano and string trio (2019) *
Józef Rychlik Ametrio for flute, violin and cello (1971)
Julisz Łuciuk Pory życia 4 songs for soprano and piano (1982) to the words by A. Kamieńska
Grzegorz Majka Acomodations for clarinet, string trio and piano (2019) *
Jarosław Płonka silent_architecture for flute, bass clarinet, guitar, piano, violin and cello (2018/19) *

Co-organized with the Composition Department of the Academy of Music in Krakow


Tuesday, 14 May, 10.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.
MUSICOLOGY SESSION ON: MUSIC AND IMAGE
The Institute of Musicology of the Jagiellonian University
Chamber Hall of the Pusłowski Palace, 10. Westerplatte Street
PARTICIPANTS: PROF. DR. TERESA MALECKA, ASSOC. PROF. JACEK SZERSZENOWICZ, ASSOC. PROF. AGNIESZKA DRAUS, PhD MARCIN STRZELECKI
PhD KINGA KIWAŁA – leading

10.00-10.30 Prof. Dr. Teresa Malecka: Zbigniewa Bujarskiego komponowanie i malowanie. Ekphrasis jako kategoria interpretacyjna muzyki inspirowanej innymi sztukami
10.30-11.00 Assoc. Prof. Jacek Szerszenowicz: Uporczywość pamięci: „Ukiyo-e” Marcela Chyrzyńskiego
11.00-11.30 Assoc. Prof. Agnieszka Draus: „W reakcji na obraz…” – wokół muzyki filmowej Józefa Rychlika
11.30-12.00 PhD Marcin Strzelecki: Dźwięk i obraz w sztuce cyfrowej – analogie, różnice, relacje
12.00-13.00 Dyskusja

Co-organized with the Institute of Musicology of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow

Tuesday, 14 May, 7.00 p.m.
ITALY – POLAND
The Academy of Music „Florianka” Hall, 15. Sereno Fenn’a Street
ANDREA BIAGINI (Italy) – flute
CESARE CHIACCHIARETTA (Italy) – accordion
FAUSTO BONGELLI (Italy) – piano

Giacinto Scelsi Rotative for piano (1930)
Ada Gentile Preludio for piano (2011)
Niccolò Castiglioni Gymel for flute and piano (1960)
Ada Gentile Pour Pierre Yves for solo flute (1987) **
Paolo Rosato Kaiser sonata for accordion (2015) **
Ada Gentile Blue andante for accordion (2013) **
Jakub Polaczyk Ojibbeway for flute, accordion and piano (2019) *
Szczepan Tesarowicz Quasi una ninna nanna for flute, accordion and piano (2019) *
Krzysztof Kostrzewa Trio for flute, piano and accordion (2019) *

Co-organized with the Composition Department of the Academy of Music in Krakow


Wednesday, 15 May, 10.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m.
The Academy of Music, Senacka Hall (310), 43. Św. Tomasza Street
ADA GENTILE (Italy) – Lecture titled The musical language of Ada Gentile in the general panorama of today’s Italian music

Wednesday, 15 May, 7.00 p.m.
CONCERT FOR THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE EMPHASIZATION OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN POLAND AND SOUTH KOREA
The Academy of Music „Florianka” Hall, 15. Sereno Fenn’a Street
DAFO STRING QUARTET
JUSTYNA DUDA-KRANE – 1st violin
DANUTA AUGUSTYN – 2nd violin
ANETA DUMANOWSKA – viola
ANNA ARMATYS-BORRELLI – cello

Krzysztof Penderecki String Quartet No. 1 (1960)
Jee Seo Four Pieces for violin and viola (2016/2017) **
Doa Pyeon Magdalena Morte for string quartet (2012/2016) **
Chang-min Park String Quartet No. 4 (2002) **
Olgierd Juzala-Deprati Szepty for string quartet (2019) ***

*** World premiere. Main Award in the 2nd Krzysztof Penderecki International Competition for Young Composers
Co-organized with the Composition Department of the Academy of Music in Krakow


Thursday, 16 May, 6.00 p.m.
FLUTE FACES
The Academy of Music „Florianka” Hall, 15. Sereno Fenn’a Street
JADWIGA KOTNOWSKA – flute
MARIUSZ RUTKOWSKI – piano

Mikołaj Górecki Variations for flute and piano (2002)
Lowell Liebermann Sonata for flute and piano op. 29 (1987)
Hanna Kulenty Run for flute and piano (2004) **
Samuel Zyman Sonata for flute and piano (1997)

Co-organized with the Composition Department of the Academy of Music in Krakow

Thursday, 16 May, 8.30 p.m.
CONCERT OF THE ELECTROACOUSTIC MUSIC STUDIO KOKTAJL ELEKTRONICZNY
The MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art, 4. Lipowa Street
STUDENTS OF THE KRAKOW ACADEMY OF MUSIC
MAREK CHOŁONIEWSKI – sound engineer, project coordination

Ostap Manulyak Transgression for electronics (2019) **
Nazar Skrypnyk Tree for electronics Max/MSP (2018) **
Francesco Altilio Sound from the machines for electronics (2019) *
Lydia Deokin Ko Transound for Korean voice translated to many voices (2019) *
Miriana Nardelli Cacti for electronics (2019) *
Elio Greggio Pece for violin, viola, unconventional objects/instruments and electronics (2019) *
Maryana Klochko Qwerty for voice, guitar and electronics (2019) *
William Lamkin Kay Cathodic performance coded (2019) *
Michał Lazar / Grzegorz Mart mozaika – scena #4 for video and audio (2019) *
Katarina Gryvul / Bartłomiej Janas / Xing Yu + – + for composers/performers (2019) *
pme / wme1 Air adu esP for ensemble (2019) *

1 students of Fundamentals and Introduction to electroacoustic music under the supervision of prof. M. Chołoniewski – live broadcast www.sme.amuz.krakow.pl

Co-organized with the Electroacoustic Music Studio of the Academy of Music in Krakow and Polish Association of Electroacoustic Music


Friday, 17 May, 5.30 p.m.
EXTENDED WOOD PERCUSSION SOLO
The Academy of Music Chamber Hall, 43. Św. Tomasza Street
SIMONE BENEVENTI (Italy) – percussion

Franco Donatoni Mari for solo marimba (1992)
Silvia Borzelli Wooden for marimba, log drum and woodblock (2015) **
Johan Svensson One Man Band for percussion and lo-fi electronics (2016) **
Giorgio Battistelli Libro Celibe for one performer (1976, rev. 2015) **
Karol Nepelski Puszcza for percussion and electronics (2019) *

Co-organized with the Composition Department of the Academy of Music in Krakow

Friday, 17 May, 7.30 p.m.
COLORS OF MUSIC
Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic in Krakow, 1. Zwierzyniecka Street
KRAKOW PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
SZYMON BYWALEC – conductor
YEREE SUH (South Korea/Germany) – soprano
ARKADIUSZ BIALIC – organ
ŁUKASZ MATEJA – organ
MAŁGORZATA ISPHORDING (Poland/Holland) – harpsichord

Bogusław Schaeffer May – 3rd mov. from Sonata No. 1 for organ from the cycle Four Seasons (1985)
Hanna Kulenty GG Concerto for amplified harpsichord and string orchestra (2009)
Wojciech Widłak Earthsumption for symphony orchestra and organ (2004)

Zbigniew Bujarski Lumen for symphony orchestra (1997)
Toshio Hosokawa Klage for soprano and orchestra (2013) to the words by Georg Trakl

Co-organized with the Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic


Saturday, 18 May, 6.00 p.m.
COLORS OF MUSIC
Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic in Krakow, 1. Zwierzyniecka Street
KRAKOW PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
SZYMON BYWALEC – conductor
YEREE SUH (South Korea/Germany) – soprano
ARKADIUSZ BIALIC – organ
ŁUKASZ MATEJA – organ
MAŁGORZATA ISPHORDING (Poland/Holland) – harpsichord

Bogusław Schaeffer May – 3rd mov. from Sonata No. 1 for organ from the cycle Four Seasons (1985)
Hanna Kulenty GG Concerto for amplified harpsichord and string orchestra (2009)
Wojciech Widłak Earthsumption for symphony orchestra and organ (2004)

Zbigniew Bujarski Lumen for symphony orchestra (1997)
Toshio Hosokawa Klage for soprano and orchestra (2013) to the words by Georg Trakl

Co-organized with the Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic


Sunday, 19 May, 5.00 p.m.
PROMOTION AND PRESENTATION OF THE PERSIAN SONGS BY K. REGAMEY
(Musica Iagellonica Publishing House)
Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic in Krakow, Golden Hall, 1. Zwierzyniecka Street
SPECIAL GUEST: ROBERT KOLLER (Switzerland)
PROWADZENIE: JERZY STANKIEWICZ (editor of the score edition)

Sunday, 19 May, 6.00 p.m.
THE CLOSING CONCERT OF THE 31st INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF KRAKOW COMPOSERS
Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic in Krakow, Golden Hall, 1. Zwierzyniecka Street
ROBERT KOLLER (Switzerland) – bass-baritone
NATALIA JARZĄBEK – flute
DOMINIKA PESZKO – piano
JUSTYNA DANCZOWSKA – piano

Isang Yun Etude No. 5 for solo flute (1974)
Zygmunt Krauze Five Unitary Piano Pieces (1963)
Lydia Deokin Ko Gleaming lustre for flute and piano (2017)
Leszek Wojtal Z głębi pustej doliny (2) for flute and piano (2019) *
Konstanty Regamey Persian Songs for baritone and two pianos (1940-42) to the words by Omar Khayyam in the translation of Camille Dudan into French ** new premiere


* prawykonanie światowe / world premiere
** prawykonanie polskie / premiere in Poland

The organizer reserves the right to change program

THE ADMISSION TO ALL CONCERTS IS FREE

With the exception of the concert of the Symphony Orchestra of the Academy of Music in Krakow on May 12 [tickets at PLN 30 (regular ticket) and PLN 15 (half-price ticket) for purchase at the Krakow Philharmonic box office. Students and students free admission upon presentation of the ID card] and concerts of the Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra on 17 and 18 May [tickets at 35, 45, 55 PLN for purchase at the Krakow Philharmonic box office].