April 12, 2021, 19.00 CET, online
The 33rd Krakow International Festival of Composers
The premiere of Martyna Kosecka’s “Omicron” for flute, clarinet, piano & string trio during the concert called “Krakow Composers’ School”.
Performers: Martyna Klupś-Radny – flute, Tomasz Sowa – clarinet, Dominika Peszko – piano, Agnieszka Bugla – violin, Natalia Warzecha-Karkus – viola, Aleksandra Lignar – cello.
Link to the Festival page: HERE
Link to the YouTube Livestream: HERE
March 7, 2021, 19.00 CET, Iranian Womxn in Music, online
Martyna Kosecka will take part as a speaker in the online webinar “A Historical Look at Gender Issues in Iran’s Western Classical Music Scene” hosted by The Emruz Festival, a collaboration between the Iranian Female Composers Association and Female Voice of Iran. The discussion will circle around the presence of women artists in the music scene of Iran.
More information and sign-up: HERE
March 6, 2021, the Gnesin Russian Academy of Music, Moscow, Russia
Olga Stupina and Anton Izgagin will perform “Akmḗ” for voice and double-bass during the 6th International Festival of Contrabass Performance. The concert is not being streamed.
Read more (in Russian): HERE
February 27, 2021, 20.00 CET, online
Resounds: Lutosławski/Krzanowski/Kosecka – Sinfonia Varsovia
The full premiere of Martyna Kosecka’s “Concerto for clarinet, multipercussion and string orchestra”, written in 2019 for the Tehran Contemporary Music Festival. Radosław Soroka on clarinet and Karol Krasiński on multipercussion are accompanied by Sinfonia Varsovia orchestra under the baton of Szymon Bywalec.
The concert will be live-streamed on Sinfonia Varsovia’s YouTube channel and Facebook. A pre-concert meeting with Martyna Kosecka, Szymon Bywalec, and Magdalena Stochniol (music theorist), is hosted by Agata Kwiecińska in the Polish language. The talk starts at 7:00 p.m.
Link to the Sinfonia Varsovia page: HERE
Link to the YouTube Livestream: TBA
February 23, 2021, online
4th Tehran International Electronic Music Festival
Martyna Kosecka’s composition “Ruba’i” is a part of the concert curated by the Iranian Female Composers’ Association for the 4th Tehran International Electronic Music Festival, which is held online. The piece can be accessed to listen to until the end of the Festival.
Link to the Festival page with concert material: HERE