We are pleased to inform you that Ignacy Wojciechowski, a student in the composition class of prof. dr hab. Krystian Kiełb, has been awarded the Kraków Film Music Festival - FMF Young Talent Award 2022. Ignacy Wojciechowski composes theatre and film music and his works are performed in the largest concert halls in Poland. We congratulate him and wish him further success!
The series of lectures by Amelia Golema and Paweł Jabłczyński, PhD, organised as part of Wrocław Music Meetings – the first season of the Artistic Saga, has come to an end. We would like to invite you to see the next episodes in October.
Condemning the hostile and shameful act of the armed attack of the Russian Federation on Ukraine, academic circles stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian people, offering their support.
We are very pleased to announce that AMKL teachers – dr Mateusz Ryczek and dr Monika Kruk and AMKL graduate Piotr Bednarczyk have been awarded the annual artistic scholarship of the President of Wrocław. Congratulations!
"The voice of Silesia" sounded on Wednesday, January 27. Professor Lorenzo Ghielmi, titular organist of the Basilica of San Simpliciano in Milan, is the first to play on the restored instrument of St. Elisabeth Basilica. In the program of the opening concert we heared m.in. Te Deum of prof. Wojciech widłak, which the Italian artist will perform together with the NFM choir. The composition is dedicated to a unique instrument that has been waiting for 46 years to return to its former glory.
For the second time, Wroclaw Universities, the Wroclaw Academic Centre and the Academy of Young Scientists and Artists have prepared unique auctions, the proceeds of which is used to ensure the highest standards of diagnosis and treatment of vision in children. The 30th anniversary finale of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity was exceptional!
Dr Marcin Rupociński was awarded the scholarship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage for the implementation of creative projects or in the field of culture dissemination for the year 2022. Within the framework of the annual creative scholarship awarded, dr Marcin Rupociński plans to implement an artistic project aimed at creating a hybrid audiovisual composition.
We are pleased to inform you that the students of the Karol Lipiński Academy of Music in Wrocław: Paweł Horodyski, Andrzej Filończyk and Sara Dragan received a scholarship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage for the academic year 2021/20202.
The Wrocław Art Prize in the classical music category was awarded to ex-aequo Piotr Alexewicz, piano student of prof. dr hab. Paweł Zawadzki, and Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor of the NFM Philharmonic in Wrocław.
Piotr Alexewicz, a piano student of prof. dr hab. Paweł Zawadzki, was among the nominees in the classical music category for the 2021 Passport of "Polityka". The award ceremony will take place on 18 January 2022.