Adam Łukawski

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Polish composer of contemporary music based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The artist especially interested in collaborative creation, music-theatre and movement with a great passion for discovering the phenomena of working with limited aleatoric techniques where pitches and rhythms are fully specified, but the rhythmic coordination between performers can be subject to the live interpretation. Author of the “Periodic Table of Musical Elements” theory. Studied Bachelor of Music in Composition at Conservatorium van Amsterdam with Prof. Richard Ayres and Prof. Willem Jeths. Postgraduate student of Prof. Julian Anderson at Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London. His works were performed at, among others, The Dutch National Opera & Ballet in Amsterdam, Muziekhuis in Utrecht, Milton Court in London, Ehrbar Hall in Vienna, Concert Hall of The Polish Radio Philharmonic Orchestra in Warsaw. Composer-in-residence of Stichting Conlon in Utrecht. Laureate of several international composition competitions. Currently writing for Exaudi Vocal Ensemble and Plus-minus Ensemble. His music is published by Donemus Publishing in The Hague.

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