The world premiere of a new piece by Wojciech Błażejczyk will take place during a concert 'Improvisation – a way of teaching and understanding', which will take place on 16 December 2019 at 6.30 in the Warsaw Multimedia Library for Children and Youth (40a Tyniecka St.).
Joanna Freszel together with composer Cezary Duchnowski and accordionist Rafał Łuc will sing and improvise – translate new music with words, images, and sounds to bring inspiration and better understanding of contemporary classical music to the listeners. The programme will feature one world premiere of Wojciech Błażejczyk's compositions (for voice, accordion and electronics), three languages, four composers, breath, and interpretation.
The concert is the last event organised by Joanna Freszel in the frame of the Scholarship of the Capital City of Warsaw. The vocalist graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw in the class of Jadwiga Rappé. She is a laureate of numerous vocal competitions, winner of special awards in international competitions. In 2016 her album Real Life Song was nominated for the 'Fryderyk' awards of the Polish phonographic industry in the categories 'Album of the Year Contemporary Music' and 'The Most Outstanding Recording of Polish Music'. In 2017, she became a laureate of Polityka's Passport in the "Classical Music" category.
The project 'Improvisation – a way of teaching and understanding' is financed by the Capital City of Warsaw. Admission to the concert is free!