Jarosław Kordaczuk
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Jarosław Kordaczuk


Composer, conductor and director of multimedia projects. His artistic interests oscillate between the performing capacities and specificity of the human voice. Kordaczuk shifts the boundaries of traditional sung poetry towards the musical avant-garde by employing the musical potential of particular words, names, or onomatopoeic effects. Kordaczuk’s compositions enrich acoustic sound with synthesizers and utilize electroacoustic instruments of his own making. (AM)

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3-5-7 suite for string quartet and children’s audience

year of composition: 2015
duration of the piece: 14'
genre: chamber works
language version: pol.
programme edition: 2015/16
commission: Polskie Towarzystwo Muzyki Współczesnej
materials accessible until: 7 May 2019
recording accessible until: 28 September 2022


3-5-7 suite for string quartet and children’s audience premiere, held on 8th December 2015 in Children’s Art Centre in Poznań.


Zlotnicki Quartet:
Andrzej Hop, violin I
Dorota Kwiecińska-Erens, violin II
Lech Bałaban, viola
Agnieszka Bałaban, cello
Children’s audience
Jarosław Kordaczuk, conductor

Strumenti Della Passione for baroque consort, soloists, percussion and electronics

year of composition: 2014
duration of the piece: 50'
genre: electroacoustic works
programme edition: 2013/14
commission: Fundacja Arte dei Suonatori
materials accessible until: 25 September 2017
recording accessible until: indefinitely


STRUMENTI DELLA PASSIONE for baroque consort, soloists, percussion and electronics premiere, held on 13 April 2014 at the Witold Lutosławski Polish Radio Concert Hall in Warsaw.


Sylwia Olszyńska, soprano
Wiktoria Zawistowska, mezzosoprano
Paweł Brożek, tenor
Paweł Konik, bass
Arte dei Suonatori:
Aureliusz Goliński, violins
Ewa Golińska, violins
Alison Luthmers-Teyssier, violins
Anna Nowak-Pokrzywińska, violins
Judyta Tupczyńska, violins
Ewa Guzowska, viola
Maciej Łukaszuk, cello
Szymon Guzowski, double bass
Joanna Boślak-Górniok, organ, harpsihord
Jan Cizmar, lutnia
Bolette Roed, recorders
Jasu Moisio, oboe
Inga Maria Klaucke, bassoon
Miłosz Pękala, percussion
Michał Rypień, electronics
Jarosław Kordaczuk, conductor, monoctone