On Saturday, November 18, during a concert in the Concert Hall of the Academy of Music. Stanisław Moniuszko in Gdańsk, Paweł Zagańczyk performed my Soundscape with the Fall of Icarus for accordion, live electronics and computer. Photo by Anna Nizielska. More information:,1848?fbclid=IwAR2kKWV5Gc0-2BL7c8uRRX-RsXFIB7GlMQ55ydFJ4yTeM5B--cWqGR3p610

On November 17, at the invitation of the Academy of Music. Stanisław Moniuszko in Gdańsk, I took part in the scientific and artistic conference "The Accordion Has Many Names", organized by the Department of Organ, Harpsichord, Accordion, Guitar and Harp, and coordinated by prof. Ph.D. Elżbieta Rosińska. On November 17, at the Senate Hall, I gave a lecture titled Accordion - as a Metaphorical Acoustic Synthesizer in Electroacoustic Music. An Outline of Extended Performance Techniques Based on the Example of My Own Compositional Work. More information:,1744?fbclid=IwAR1SjH7Rbq8iUD0Fw3cdoq_r9kO10po9HYpfsG2kwh7zST__P02KylpRNMI 

On October 24, the inauguration of the new project of the Tricity Electroacoustic Scene – Open Session – took place in the Artists' Colony in Gdańsk. These are cyclical musical meetings, taking the form of improvised sessions for invited artists, and at the same time open to the public. These events are aimed at integrating the local community of artists and popularizing the activities of the Tricity Electroacoustic Scene. The first one was attended by: Dariusz Mazurowski, Krzysztof Topolski (Arszyn), Antonina Car, Maciej Polak, Jacaszek and Petar Petkov. The performance was recorded for release on CD.

On October 5, another concert from the "New Music in the Old Town Hall" series took place at the Old Town Hall. It had a special character because it was filled with improvised electroacoustic music performed by the following lineup:

  • Blanka Dembosz – Tondera – soprano
  • Krzysztof Gawlas – guitar, modular synthesizer, computer
  • Max Kohyt – electric double bass, electronics
  • Michał Markiewicz – viola, electronics
  • Dariusz Mazurowski – analog and digital synthesizers, turntable, effects, computer
  • Paweł Nowicki – percussion
  • Piotr Nowicki – piano
  • Krzysztof Olczak – accordion
  • Katarzyna Podpora – theremin, amplified objects, prepared gramophone records

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On Friday, September 29th, in the Electroacoustic Music show, hosted by Marek Kwiatkowski on the radio station El-Stacja, the premiere presentation of my new project, Metropolis Balticum (Urbana Landscape) will take place. This composition serves as a soundscape of Gdańsk, my hometown. It 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. As a result of these techniques, some parts resemble a journey through the city, with smooth transitions between layers and locations, while others (especially Industry and Interiors) are more distinctly musical impressions blurring the lines between soundscape and concrete music. The sounds of the city, bustling streets, industrial noises, the sea’s roar, and the hubbub of human activity all become phrases contributing to this uniquely musical whole. Each section is dedicated to specific themes such as arrivals and departures to the city, the importance of water and air, industry, interiors, urban parks and nature, streets, and, finally, the people themselves. This project was undertaken as part of the Cultural Grant of the City of Gdańsk, awarded in 2023.
The broadcast will begin at 10:00 PM and can be listened to through the El-Stacja website:, or in any radio application by entering the station’s name. I will be live with the listeners on IRC, and anyone who wishes to join can do so at:

My piece Far Beyond the Heliopause (with video projection by Roman Przylipiak) was performed on August 24 at Espace Soubeyran, Crest (France). The concert took place as part of the Festival Futura 2023. More here:

Several of my works, including two older ones, will be presented as part of the project (radio festival) Radiophrenia Glasgow. It is a temporary art radio station broadcasting (across Glasgow on 87.9 FM and obviously online) intermittently from the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow. 24 hours a day: 21st August – 3rd September, 2023. The broadcast schedule includes a series of newly commissioned radio works, Live-to-Air performances as well as live studio shows, screenings, shorts and pre-recorded features. The programme is made up from selections submitted to an international open call for sound art and radio works. More information and links to online broadcasts here:
My broadcast schedule:
22 August 2023, 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Dariusz Mazurowski – Sybil Vanes Final Performance
23 August 2023, 10:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Dariusz Mazurowski – Exhibition I
1 September 2023, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Dariusz Mazurowski – The Most Historic Telephone Call
3 September 2023, 2:20 pm – 3:00 pm
Dariusz Mazurowski – 30 Novembers

During this edition of the Vox Electronica festival in Lviv, the first since the outbreak of the war, on August 1, my two compositions, Far Beyond the Heliopause and VIVA L’autunno (with award-winning videos by Roman Przylipiak and Remigiusz Wojaczek), were presented during the concert at the Lviv Radio House. The concert took place under the theme ‘Нові/забуті рельєфи’ (New/Forgotten Reliefs). For obvious reasons, I couldn’t be there in person, but I’m immensely grateful to my Ukrainian friends for including my compositions in the program.