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Coop. artists


prof. Stanisł‚aw Moryto

Stanisł‚aw MorytoRector of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, music composer, editor of music works, promoter of organ music festivals, academic lecturer
Professor Stanisł‚aw Moryto studied the organ with Professor Feliks Rę…czkowski and Composition with Professor Tadeusz Paciorkiewicz. He graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in 1971 (organ) and 1974 (composition). He was prorector of the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw in 1996-2002 and dean of the Department of Composition, Conducting and Theory of Music in 2002-2005. He was rector of the FCAM in 2005–2008. In 2008 he was reelected rector of the FCUM for term 2008-2012. He also teaches at the Elsner School of Music in Warsaw. Professor Moryto is the initiator of an editorial series of organ works and an edition of works by contemporary Pol¬ish composers. He was co-editor of such works as the 16th-century Cracow Organ Tabulature (two volumes), the Gdał„sk Organ Tabulature from 1591, the Warsaw Organ Tabulature from the 18th century, and the first editions of works by contemporary Polish Composers. He was President of the Polish Musical Youth Association (1973-1981) and President of the Polish Musical Institute (1981-1997). He is the founder and artistic director of the Organ Music Conversatorium Festival in Legnica. Professor Moryto has received many awards at compositional competitions. His works have been performed at concerts and music festivals in Poland and abroad (Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Cuba, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, United Kingdom, Hungary, The Netherlands, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Lithuania, Germany, Norway, Slovakia, South Korea Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, and USA).


Aleksandra Bilił„ska

Aleksandra Bilił„skaMusic composer, academic lecturer, co-promoter of "Warsaw Autumn" Contemporary Music Festival. Graduated from the Department of Composition, Conducting and Music Theory at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice. Since 1998 she has worked as a lecturer in the Composition, Interpretation, Education and Jazz Department. She teaches specialised music literature, piano improvisation, music work analysis, electro-acoustic music history and literature. She organised I and II National Conference the 20th Century Music Literature in Contemporary School, Katowice. She co-organised I and II National Eurhythmics Meetings, Katowice 1998,1999; and also I and II National Eurhythmics Workshops, Katowice 2000, 2001 where she conducted a seminar on harmonics and solfeggio. Aleksandra as a composer has been awarded prizes for works performed at II European Eurhythmics Competition in Trossingen, XXVI Tyskie Theatre Meetings, and Apart Festival in Katowice. In 2003 she produced performance "Pruder-ja" for Polish Dance Theatre, Poznał„ with her music and script written in co-operation with dancer and choreographer Andrzej Morawiec. In 2006 she composed music to "Homo querens" – dance theatre performance – with Aleksandra Dziurosz’ choreography performed at the Polish Dance Theatre, Poznał„. In 2011 she created music to "Contrasts" for the Warsaw Dance Theatre (chor. Aleksandra Dziurosz). Since 1996 she has co-operated as a producer with the International Contemporary Music Festival "Warsaw Autumn".


Bartosz Mił‚osz Martyna

Bartosz Mił‚osz MartynaActor, graduate  of Aleksander Zelwerowicz Theatre Academy in Warsaw. Between 2002-2006 Bartosz was a student of the Inter-faculty Individual Studies in the Humanities of the Silesian University in Katowice. He cooperated with Paweł‚ Passini within "Hamlet 44" production. He played in "Three sisters" (direction: Andrzej Domagalik), "Scenes from Różewicz" (direction: Wiesł‚aw Komasa). Moreover he was an assistant of a director in the Three sisters performance. During V International Festival "ACT" in Bilbao he presented "Dinner" (direction Tomasz Bajerski). Since 2009 he has played Louis’ XIV part in "Le Diable rouge" (direction: Romuald Szejd) at the Scena Prezentacje Theatre in Warsaw. Since 2009 he has been working as a dubbing actor and lector.


Adam Strug

Adam StrugChanter and instrumentalist, composer of theatre and movie music, screenplayer of documental movies about folk music. Originator of a chanson group "Polish Monodia" which sings Polish traditional religious and secular chansons transmitted orally. Chanters of the "Polish Monodia" use different – earlier – scales than major-minor scale. Please see:  www.monodia.pl