Teaching at the Global Music Institute ?

Looking forward to teaching at the Global Music Institute in India this semester online.
The institute launched #GMIBerkleetrack this year so students can transfer credits for selected courses and continue their music education at Berklee College of Music .
Glad to join the whole community, faculty and mentors. Among them are some inspiring artists. Annette Philip ( Berklee India Exchange), Vasundhara Vee, Eleonora Bianchini, Aleksandra Denda Shadow and Light, Shubh Saran
More faculty will be announced soon.
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photo: Deepak Goel

Karya – new videoclip!

Welcome to the first chapter of our two-part garden session.
We spent a better part of July 2020 in an in a idyllic

100 years old house in the polish countryside. The truly beautiful time we had resulted in countless memories, a lot of new music but also – spontaneous videos we made to preserve these extraordinary moments.

Music & Lyrics by Kuba Wójcik

Karolina Beimcik – vocal, violin
Kuba Wójcik – guitar, vocal

Video:
Dir, DoP, Edit by Aleksandra Mleczko

Recorded at Mosina Art Residency by Kuba Wójcik

℗© 2020 KOLD
All rights reserved

https://www.instagram.com/karya_music/

https://open.spotify.com/artist/1YSLs

 

Karya Project

Dear friends,
I would like to share with you a little sneak peak of the Karya project that we are creating together with Kuba Wójcik. Karya in Sanskrit means action.
click !

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how difficult it is sometimes to take action: naturally it means that something will change. The songs in this project are very important to me. They remind me that we must learn to listen to ourselves and others more carefully each day, and forgive ourselves and others each day over and over. Let every action bring peace

Thank you Aleksandra Mleczko for your help with everything.

 

Komeda. Stories crafted with sounds

Honoured that I became a curator of the project Komeda. Stories crafted with sounds – a series of musical and visual events in memorial of a Krzysztof Komeda.

The starting point of the project is life and work of Krzysztof Komeda, a Polish composer and jazz pianist (1931-1969), whose original style represents  the combination of classical music, jazz and Slavic lyricism. Polish composer and double bass player Michał Jaros arranged selected compositions of Komeda and created new pieces inspired by his life.
Komeda. Stories crafted with sound is also a creative combination of music and visual arts displayed during concerts created by the Polish artist, Piotr Wieckowski.