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Ptaszyńska, Marta 

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Biography

Marta Ptaszyńska – outstanding Polish composer, percussionist, and a pedagogue. She is the author of many well-known and often played around the world orchestral compositions, such as Concerto for marimba, Winter's Tale, Lumen, Sonnets for Orpheus, and numerous pieces for percussion (Siderals, Graffito, Mobile, Linear Constructions in Space).
Her music has been performed at prestigious international festivals, including ISCM World Music Days, the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, the Salzburg Festival, the Warsaw Autumn International Festival, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the Gulbenkian Foundation New Music Festival, the Prix Futura in Berlin, and many others.
Her ouvre consists mainly of instrumental compositions and large musical forms like opera, oratory, cantata, as well as large symphonic pieces. Ptaszyńska creates colorful, dynamic music with a diverse and rich sound palette.

 

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