March 19, 2018
47. International Contemporary Music Festival “Poznan Spring”, Poznan, Gallery at Jesuits’, Poland

The SopranCello duo, consisting of Blanka Dembosz (soprano) and Lukasz Laxy (cello), will perform Martyna Kosecka’s Passaggio I during their recital at Gallery at Jesuits’ in Poznan at 17.00.

Entrance free.
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March 6-9, 2018
3. Karoon Music Festival, Ahwaz, Iran

Martyna Kosecka is a guest artist during 3rd Karoon Music Festival in Ahwaz, Sounthern Iran.

During her stay, she will run a Piano Masterclass (6.03) and together with Idin Samimi Mofakham, give a concert in a SpectroDuo, presenting electro-acoustic compositions (7.03).

On 8.03., Martyna Kosecka will be a part of the jury during 3rd National Guitar Competition in Ahwaz, and the last day of the stay, together with Idin Samimi Mofakham, present a lecture on “Electro-acoustic music and its history in Iran” (9.03).

More information about the Festival and entrance:

December 16, 2017
Tehran, Iran

In Collaboration with Tehran Records,

The debut CD of Polish-Iranian composer and conductor Martyna Kosecka (b. 1989, Gdynia, Poland) exhibits her continuous searching for unheard combination of sounds.

She uses a great variety of styles and techniques in her works: from clearly atonal music to compositions connected with post-spectralism and neo-sonorism. Recently her main goal is searching for new exceptional sound fields in music with help of electronic processing of acoustic instruments.

The album exhibits the artist’s chamber music in live recordings from various concerts and performers.

Martyna Kosecka – Selected Chamber Music
Live recordings from various performances
Final Mastering: Reza Assadpour
Liner Photos: Faeqeh Shahverdi
Graphic Design: Sepideh Honarmand
Produced by: Spectro Centre for New Music and Hooshyar Khayam
Cover art: “Luscious Blue” by Faeqeh Shahverdi – 2016

September 25-28, 2017
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Russia

35th General Assembly of International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music CIME / ICEM

As an organization member of International Confederation for Electroacoustic Music, Spectro Centre for New Music had a chance to participate in 35th General Assembly of International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music CIME / ICEM.
The activities of Iranian section of CIME are represented this year by two concert performances:
25.09, 19:00 – House of Composers, Moscow
SpectroDuo (Martyna Kosecka & Idin Samimi Mofakham – Procyon for tape (2014)
26.09, 19:00 – House of Composers, Moscow
Parsa Hadavi – Hommage á Qolamali Marqiri for tape (2017)

More information and full concert program: HERE

September 19, 2017, 16:00
Fryderyk Chopin University of Music, Warsaw, Poland

Martyna Kosecka’s piece – Mythos for solo cello and instrumental quartet will get it’s premiere during a concert of award winners at the 8th Zygmunt Mycielski Composition Competition, organized by the Polish Composers’ Union – Youth Circle.
The solo cello part will be performed by Olga Chwaszczewska.

This event is a fringe event to 60th International Contemporary Music Festival “Warsaw Autumn”
More information about the concert: HERE

September 13, 2017, 16:00
Tehran Museum of Contemporary Arts TMOCA, Iran

Performance of Non-Standard Ensemble and Martyna Kosecka at Minimal Days Concert Series, organized by Contemporary Music Circle next to TMOCA.
Program of the concert:

Philip Glass – Metamorphosis
piano – Martyna Kosecka

Terry Riley – In C
Non-Standard Ensemble
Martyna Kosecka – artistic director

More information about the concert (in farsi): HERE

September 8, 2017
Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria

SpectroDuo : Martyna Kosecka (PL) and Idin Samimi Mofakham (IR) are invited to perform two shows as guest artists at Ars Electronica Festival 2017 in September 8 at Linz, Austria.

I.M. FREE is a program based on the free improvisation, using the Oriental music materials for its sound base at the opening program of the Festival at Ars Electronica Nightline .
More information : HERE

NOIZE Etudes is a live multimedia performance focusing on micro-sounds caused by binary operations in multiple layers of music coding at the extraordinary Ars Electronica Center, Deep Space 8K. More information : HERE