I received an information that my electroacoustic composition Vanishing Signs on the Sky has been selected for performance during ICMC 2024 (The International Computer Music Conference), which this year will take place from July 7 to July 13, 2024 at the Hanyang University College of Music and its computer music studio, CREAMA (Center for Research in Electro-Acoustic Music and Audio), in cooperation with ICMA (The International Computer Music Association). ICMC is a great festival and scientific conference devoted to computer music, held every year in a different city - and probably the largest event of this type in the world. In recent years, my songs have been chosen quite regularly for this occasion.

I've just received an information that my composition And I Woke up at the Darkest Dawn Ever for baritone and soprano saxophones with tape has been selected to be performed at the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF), which will take place this year from June 16 to 23. By the way, this will be the 9th time in a row that my music will be performed during this prestigious event. More information about the festival itself can be found here:  

On Tuesday, March 12, at 7 p.m., we'll play another Open Session at the Artists' Colony, this time with the following lineup: Dariusz Mazurowski, Zofia Esden, Michał Sternik and Szymon Wieczorek. I hope it will be – as usual – very interesting event. Join us on Tuesday, March 12, it's worth coming and listening.

The Gdańsk Miasto Literatury website, where you can find many interesting texts, has just published a long interview with me, written by Filip Szałasek. Our conversation was mainly about the CD album Metropolis Balticum, with the soundscape of Gdansk, listening to the sounds of the city, field recording, but also more broadly, about electroacoustic music, its creation and perception. I invite you to read it, I hope you will find this material interesting. Unfortunately, the text is only in Polish, but I think you can use an online translator.

With a slight delay, but finally the new album has already been released and is available as a CD and also in digital form. Metropolis Balticum was released by the Antenna Non Grata label and it's a soundscape of the city of Gdańsk for multichannel projection. Composition, field recordings, mixing, production and mastering – Dariusz Mazurowski, De eM Studio, June - September 2023. All sounds were recorded in the urban spaces of Gdańsk. Realized as part of the Cultural Grant of the City of Gdańsk, awarded in 2023.

Later this year, my new CD with the large scale eight part piece Metropolis Balticum will be released by Polish label Antenna Non Grata. This composition is a soundscape of Gdańsk, my hometown and was entirely created from field recordings that I made within the urban space, visiting various locations and searching for intriguing events with musical qualities. Each of the eight parts of the composition consists of multiple phrases layered on top of each other, creating a sonic tapestry. More information on this CD will be posted soon. This project was undertaken as part of the Cultural Grant of the City of Gdańsk, awarded in 2023.

Audiomat in Krakow (the machine is located in Cricoteka, Nadwiślańska 2/4, Krakow) released a CD album with the recording of the first performance of the Tricity Electroacoustic Scene as part of the new Open Sessions series. The inauguration took place on October 24 in the Artists' Colony in Gdansk.

On November 23, an electroacoustic music marathon took place at Hevre in Krakow, which was part of the Audio Art festival. During this event, a fragment of my large scale work Metropolis Balticum, and specifically its third part, titled Industry, was also presented. More information: