This new release from PGMaudio centres attention on the work of Aleksandra Bilinska and Piotr Grella-Mozejko. The featured pieces represent a broad variety of æsthetics but share one creative trait – namely that of sound, which is as attractive and appealing sonically as it is advanced technologically.

“An authentic artist of colossal knowledge” (Meakultura), “one the foremost exponents of electroacoustic music in Poland and abroad” (Slask/Silesia), Aleksandra Bilinska has been on the faculty of the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music, Department of Composition, Interpretation, Education and Jazz and on the faculty of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music. In Poland, she is without a doubt the most important authority on the music by women composers. Bilinska has created electronic music for many choreographers and dance theatres in Poland and abroad. Her compositions have been performed in Brazil, the Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Puerto Rico, Taiwan, the United States, and Ukraine.

Described by the German press as demonstrating “uncompromising honesty” (Neue Zeitschrift für Musik), praised for his unorthodox aesthetics (Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung), and whose work is called “brawny, high-contrast… full of rich counterpoint and compelling textural changes” (The NY Times), “strikingly individual” (The Toronto Star), and “wonderful-sounding” (The Buffalo News), Canadian-Polish composer Piotr Grella-Mozejko’s works have so far been presented in thirty-seven countries on five continents.