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ENT 1701 : for ensemble / Martyna Kosecka

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Mixed ensemble (2-12 players)
Instruments: fl ob h vln vc pf

Fragments : for clarinet and piano / Martyna Kosecka

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Clarinet and keyboard instrument
Instruments: cl pf

Znikomek : for alto saxophone / Martyna Kosecka

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Saxophone
Instruments: sax-a

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Starry Night : pf/ cb,/cl.in Si/ alto sax / Martyna Kosecka

Genre: Unknown

 

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Kosecka, Martyna

Martyna Kosecka, born 1989, Gdynia, Poland. Composer, conductor and performer. She obtained an MA degree in the composition class of professor Krzysztof Meyer, BA degree in orchestral conducting in class of maestro Rafal Jacek Delekta in Music Academy in Krakow and MA in orchestral conducting in class of maestro Szymon Bywalec in Music Academy in Katowice. Currently she is a piano and music theory lecturer at University of Technology and Applied Science in Tehran, Iran.
Martyna Kosecka is a winner of 5-Minute Opera Competition, organized by 28.Music Biennale Zagreb in Croatia in 2015 (a reward is a new opera commission) and winner of Swiss EKLEKTO Ensemble call for proposals at the same year. She also is a second prize holder at IV National Krzysztof Penderecki Composition Competition held in Poland in 2017 and laureate of VIII Zygmunt Mycielski Composition Competition held in Warsaw the same
year. Since 2012, she is a member of Youth Circle next to Polish Composers’ Union.
She participated in many national and international composer's masterclasses, held by Chaya Czernowin, Beat Furrer, Phil Niblock, Alvin Lucier, Agata Zubel, Uros Rojko, Caspar Johannes Walter, Martin Smolka, Christian Wolff, Peter Ablinger, Philipp Glass, Peter Kotik, Bernhard Lang, Charlemange Palestine, Carola Bauckholt and the others.
Her classical compositions were played on Festival of Contemporary Music Warsaw Autumn, AudioArt Festival in Krakow, SoundScreen Festival in Bydgoszcz, aXes Festival in Krakow, OstravaDays Festival of New and Experimental Music in Czech Republic, IMPULS Festival in Austria, Music Biennale Zagreb in Croatia or Armel Opera Festival in Austria/Hungary. Her music was played numerously in Poland and other countries of the
world (Norway, Russia, Armenia, Iran, Belgium, Georgia, Australia, United States etc).
In 2013, together with Iranian composer Idin Samimi Mofakham, she co-founded Spectro Centre for New Music, specializing in giving workshops in area of modern music and organizing concerts (from improvisation genre, already famous composers' works to discovering still unknown young artists and promoting their music). Their intensive tries and vivid activity helped to run the annual festival of contemporary music - International contemporary Music Festival in Tehran, which is the largest festival with focus on contemporary music in the Middle-East area.