Filiason #6 avant-garde Polish music from the 20th century to 2019

Polish avant-garde music from the 20th century, a new edition of the travelling festival of Polish creative music returns to Nantes for a night of discovery.

Friday 26th October 2019 from 8:30PM

Location : Les Ateliers de Bitche
3, rue de Bitche
44000 Nantes

« Music avant-garde Polish music from the 20th century to 2019 » is the second edition of project by the Fondation comptemporary art In Situ and the festival Sanatorium Dzwieku/Sokolowsko. This project have for goal to present the music of polish comptemporary composers of the avant-garde 70s, like Włodzimierz Kotoński, Elżbieta Sikora, Krzysztof Knittel et Marek Chołoniewski, composers of electroacoustic music.This project continues a cooperative between centers of new musics importants on the world. Concerts will accompanied a exhibition of multimedias reference of cycle « Les lignes rythmiques » („Linie rytmiczne”) 1923–1951 of Wacław Szpakowski.

Artists présented :
Włodzimierz Kotoński « Aela – un jeu de structures aléatoires sur son harmonique, musique électronique » (1970)
Interpreted : Gerard Lebik – ordinateur, objets
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8w7Esg1VBIc

Elżbieta Sikora « On the line » (1992)
Interpreted : Teoniki Rożynek
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMxKAt_Qark

Krzysztof Knittel « Eau noire, eau blanche, vieux ruisseau » (1983)
Interpreted : Krzysztof Knittel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUHGHx8UNiA

Krzysztof Knittel free_fot_(m)_macwin_4” (2019)
Interpreted : Jenny Pickett, Teoniki Rożynek, Gerard Lebik

Exposition de multimédias interprétant le cycle « Les lignes rythmiques » 1923–1951 de Wacław Szpakowski.
Interpreted : Gerard Lebik

Artists interprted : Krzysztof Knittel, Teoniki Rożynek, Gerard Lebik, Jenny Pickett

Le Griffe String Quartet joue Józef Lempart “sekret nocy bez cieni”
Interpreted : Romain Papion, Jenny Pickett, Julien Ottavi + …

Funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage under the Independant multi-year program for 2018-2021, following the Grants Orogram of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute “Bridges Culturels”.