Wanda Pazdan 28 Sep 2007
The Stone group was formed in 2003. Its members are Michał Wróblewski, playing the violin, and Adam Wróblewski, playing the cello. The Stone is an aviant-garde group, whose compositions are based on trance music, and that it why the goal of the concerts is to create a suggestive trance similar to ritual music from various cultures (elements of Oriental music, psychedelic rock and free jazz). Trying to define their work, the group uses the term electrosonoromedium (musicians are the medium of the new electro-acoustic sound). A concert is divided into thematically interrelated sets, improvised based on the prepared form. In 2005, in Leipzig, a premiere of the spectacle “Mom, let me dance Mahler” by the “Cinema” Theater, with music of the group, took place.
Michał Wróblewski is a graduate of the Academy of Music in Wrocław, Prof. Marek Pijarowski’s conductor’s class. He started his musical education at the age of 7 in the State Music School of the 1st grade in Wrocław, learning to play the violin. He earned his Professional Instrumentalist Diploma specializing in violin playing, studying under the supervision of an excellent violinist Prof. Michał Grabarczyk in Poznań. He cultivated his skills by attending international violin competitions with such masters as, among others, Prof. R. Totenberg (USA), R. Szreder (The Netherlands), K. Węgrzyn (Germany) and a conducting course under the guidance of Maestro Kurt Masur. As participant of modern music courses, he learned from Prof. S. Esztenyi and Prof. H. Fiore. Michał Wróblewski has been involved in chamber music for many years (winner of chamber music competitions). Being a member of the groups “Wróblewski – Trio,” “Musica Poetica Nova,” he took part in many festivals (among others “Wratislavia Cantans,” “Where the Fountains Play”) and his performance was often recorded for the needs of the radio, television, and movie industry. He conducted music workshops with theatrical groups from Poland and Germany (including graduates of Kolleg für dramatische Kunst in Bremen). His debut as a conductor took place in March 2004, in “Oratorium Marianum” Hall of the University of Wrocław, during the “Classic Premiere” festival. Wróblewski’s repertoire includes works of each kind of music, from classical to rock music.
Adam Wróblewski is a student of the Academy of Music in Poznań in Eugeniusz Zboralski’s cello class. He started his musical education at the age of 7, learning in music schools in Wrocław and Poznań. He cultivated his artistic skills by attending international cello courses, perfecting performance with such masters as, among others, Prof. R. Jabłoński (Spain), Prof. K. Michalik, Prof. S. Firlej and by attending modern music courses conducted by Prof. B. Schaeffer and Prof. S. Esztenyi. A winner of chamber music competitions, he has been involved in this music for many years. As a member of the groups “Wróblewski – Trio,” “Musica Poetica Nova,” he took part in many festivals (among others “Wratislavia Cantans,” “Where the Fountains Play”) and his performance was often recorded for the needs of the radio, television, movie industry and theater. From 2001 to 2003 he cooperated with the Sachsen-Anhalt Youth Symphony Orchestra. In 2002 Wróblewski took part in the Visegrád Youth Philharmonic tour through Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia.
Kategoria: The Stone |
Wanda Pazdan 22 Jul 2007
Adam Wróblewski jest studentem Akademii Muzycznej w Poznaniu w klasie wiolonczeli Eugeniusza Zboralskiego. Swoją edukację muzyczną rozpoczął w wieku lat 7 kształcąc się w szkołach muzycznych Wrocławia i Poznania. Umiejętności artystyczne pogłębiał na międzynarodowych kursach wiolonczelowych doskonaląc się u takich mistrzów jak m.in. prof. R. Jabłoński (Hiszpania), prof. K. Michalik, prof. S. Firlej oraz kursach muzyki współczesnej u prof. B. Schaeffera, prof. Sz. Esztenyi’ego. Od wielu lat zajmuje się muzyką kameralną (laureat konkursów muzyki kameralnej). Jako członek zespołów: “Wróblewski – Trio”, “Musica Poetica Nova” brał udział w wielu festiwalach (m. in. “Wratislavia Cantans”, “Tam gdzie biją źródła”) oraz dokonał licznych nagrań dla potrzeb radia, telewizji i filmu oraz teatru. W latach 2001-2003 współpracował z Młodzieżową Orkiestrą Symfoniczną Sachsen-Anhalt. W 2002 r. brał udział w tournee Młodzieżowej Filharmonii Wyszehradzkiej po Polsce, Węgrzech, Czechach i Słowacji.
Kategoria: Adam Wróblewski |