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Anna Maria Staśkiewicz – Violin
Bartosz Koziak - Cello
Anna Maria Staśkiewicz - Violin
Bartosz Koziak - Cello

An exceptional album of outstanding Polish artists: Anna Maria Staśkiewicz (violin) and Bartosz Koziak (cello) is consisting of duos for the violin and the cello by Bohuslav Martinů, Zoltán Kodály and Maurice Ravel. The recording was made in the conducive acoustics of Krzysztof Penderecki's European Music Center in Lusławice (Poland). The publication was created with the support of the Polish Institute in Budapest and the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Warsaw

price: 29,90 zł

release 07.2017


1-2 Bohuslav Martinů – Duo for Vion and Cello H. 157
3-6 Maurice Ravel – Sonate pour Violon et Violoncello
7-9 Zoltán Kodály – Duo for Vion and Cello, Op. 7

Total time: 58:44


Iwona Glinka – Flute,
Angelos Botsis – Guitar,
Anna Sikorzak-Olek – Harp

PROGRESSIONS includes premiere recordings of works by prominent Greek composer Michail Travlos (born 1950), written since 1983 to the present. The Polish-Greek group of renowned musicians has established both solo and chamber compositions created, among others, from the inspirations of the nature (Forest Birds Arias, Five Birds of the Wild Forest) or the history of the places (The Castle of Kwidzyn). PROGRESSIONS is not only the title of the CD, but also the title of two works for the guitar (1986) and the solo flute (2007), which also appeared on the album.

price: 29,90 zł

release 06.2017

Michail Travlos (b. 1950)
01-05. Forest Birds Arias
06-08. GBR
09. The Castle of Kwidzyn
10-14. Five Birds of the Wild Forest
15-17. Duetti
18. Progressions

Total time: 54:13

Sarton Records 2017

One Minute
IWONA GLINKA - flute - solo

The album "One Minute" contains 60 one-minute works, written by 42 composers from 17 countries, collected and performed by Iwona Glinka, a flutist specializing in contemporary music.

price: 29,90 zł

release: 03.2017

available www.empik.com

The album "One Minute" contains 60 one-minute works, written by 42 composers from 17 countries, collected and performed by Iwona Glinka, a flutist specializing in contemporary music.
The composers of the album include: Aaron Alter, Georgios Andriotis, Greg Bartholomew, Bracha Bdil, Aris Carastathis, Rania Chrysostomou, Tim Clay, Clayton Simmons Davidson, David Drexler, Robert Fleisher,Keith R. Gambling, Eleazar Garzón, Liam Grogan, Nick Hwang, Karena Ingram, Jieun Jun,Rebecca Kaiserin, Dimitris Karnasopoulos, Anicia Kohler, George Kontogiorgos, Dimitris Kostopoulos, Giorg?s Kouvaras, Edna Alejandra Longoria, Dimitrios Mantzirakis, Joshua Marquez, Nicolas Marty, Héctor Oltra García, Foivos Papadopoulos, Dimitri Papageorgiou,Giorgos Papamitrou, Elena Papari, Scott Robbins, Louis Sauter, Paweł Siek, José Jesus de Azevedo Souza, Stamatia Statherou, Neil Stipp, Michail Travlos, Dimitris Tsimpanos, Peter Walton, Betty R. Wishart, Josué Zamora.

Iwona Glinka is a soloist and leading performer of new and experimental music. She founded the Phasma-Music Ensemble in 2016, where she currently serves as the artistic director in addition to playing many concerts a year as an ensemble member. She has given dozens of solo recitals with classical and contemporary repertoire and has appeared as Principal Flautist with orchestras and chamber ensembles throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.
She has developed a great interest in New Music, which since 1994 has resulted in over one hundred world premières of works by Australian, Belgian, British, Canadian, Greek, German, Polish and US composers, more than one hundred of them commissioned by and written especially for her.
In May 2009, she obtained a Doctor of Philosophy in Music Performance (flute) from the Academy of Music in Cracow, Poland, for her dissertation on and a recital of Brian Ferneyhough’s complete flute music. In 2012, she was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy in Musicology by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, for her research on contemporary Greek music for solo flute.
Iwona Glinka is a Yamaha Artist and she maintains a Web presence at www.travlos-glinka.com

"One Minute" album of Iwona Glinka has been honored with the Global Music Award- Silver Medal Winners - Outstanding Achievement.


Alina Ratkowska-harpsichord

The CD entitled ‘Le Clavecin Moderne - New Polish Music for Solo Harpsichord’ is the first CD in the career of Alina Ratkowska, a harpsichord player, devoted to the contemporary Polish music for the harpsichord solo. Many compositions complied in the album were either performed by Ms Ratkowska for the first time, or dedicated to her.

The CD proves that the harpsichord which is primarily associated with early music has the potential to inspire contemporary authors, too. There is a side to the instrument which places it in the midst of most recent music. The same goes for Ms Ratkowska: a graduate of the Academy of Music in Warsaw and Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel and laureate of first prizes at renowned early music competitions she now comes as a remarkable interpreter of music composed contemporarily. She has found the contemporary music fascinating, as she herself reveals in the preface to the CD: Entrusted with premiere performances of the pieces, I found myself in the world totally unknown to me before, fascinating as it turned out to be. I have settled in that world for good.

The names of the authors whose music is recorded on the CD, namely: Miłosz Bembinow, Bartosz Kowalski, Edward Sielicki, Paweł Łukaszewski, Anna Ignatowicz-Glińska, Marian Sawa, and Jacek Grudzień, evidence that the harpsichord inspires the most esteemed Polish contemporary composers. Ms Ratkowska decided to record the music on copies of the historic instruments instead of the pedal harpsichord of the 20th century.

The Le Clavecin Moderne CD seems to be an answer to the question about the potential the harpsichord offers to contemporary composers and the way in which it can be used outside the world of early music.

release November 2016

available www.empik.com

Georgy Catoire Chamber Works
Georgy Catoire Chamber Works

Kaja Danczowska - Violin
Justyna Danczowska - Piano
Aleksandra Kuls - Violin
Bartosz Koziak - Cello

available Sonata-Poemat op. 20 for violin & piano

Elegia op. 26 for violin & piano

Piano Trio F-minor op. 14

release February 2017

BETH Iwona Glinka - Flute

Iwona Glinka - Flute

The recording BETH, with works for solo flute performed by soloist Iwona Glinka, was recorded in March 2016 and includes works by 11 contemporary Greek composers.

Compositions for solo flute are by: Christos Sp. Anastasiou, Aris Carastathis, Dimitris Kostopoulos, Manos Panayiotakis, George Papamitrou, Elena Papari, Athina Pavlaki – Pirounia, Haralambos Platanou, Panagiotis Theodossiou, Dimitris Tsimpanos, Yiorgos Vassilandonakis. Many of these works are entirely new creations, since they were written between 2012 and 2015, while four of them are dedicated to Iwona Glinka.

release September 2016

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Anna Kwiatkowska - violin
Joanna Opalińska - piano

  • 1. Kaija Saariaho - Tocar 7:22
  • 2. Agata Zubel - Cadenza 6:44
  • 3. Kaija Saariaho - Calices 15:46
  • 4. Barbara Buczek - Studium 3:32
  • 5. Olga Neuwirth - Quasare/Pulsare 11:03
  • 6. Barbara Buczek - Eidos I 7:38
  • 7. Kaija Saariaho - Nocturne 4:45

release July 2016

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ALEPH - Iwona Glinka Flute, Vicky Stylianou Piano

Iwona Glinka Flute
Vicky Stylianou Piano

The CD Aleph includes 10 compositions by seven Greek composers, which are recorded for the first time (world premiere recordings). Five of these compositions are for solo flute and the other five for flute and piano. The works are performed by two top soloists, specialized in contemporary music: Iwona Glinka, flute, and Vicky Stylianou, piano.The CD was recorded in February 2016, while the works included in it had been previously performed in concert That means that the compositions and its creators came into contact with a music-loving audience and this recording concludes the whole project, which presents aspects of contemporary music for solo flute and for flute and piano. The works are modern and its creators contemporary, so this CD also constitutes a record of the modern Greek musical creations for flute, a subject constantly and thoroughly studied by soloist Iwona Glinka, who has also written a doctoral thesis on the works of Greek composers for solo flute. In ALEPH, the composers who have written music for solo flute are: Christos Sp. Anastasiou, Aris Carastathis, Spiros Mazis, Athina Pavlaki-Pirounia and Dimitris Themelis. The works for flute and piano are composed by: Dimitris Themelis, Aris Carastathis, Athina Pavlaki-Pirounia, Haralambos Platanou and Vassilki Filippeou. The works dedicated to Iwona Glinka are: Ioulos, for solo flute, by Spiros Mazis, and Fantasia, for solo flute, by Dimitris Themelis.

Total time: 72:51

release July 2016

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Romanticism of the Polish Song
Romanticism of the Polish Song
Romantyczność w pieśni polskiej

Dorota Radomska - soprano
Ella Susmanek - piano

    Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)

  • 01. Śliczny chłopiec (sł. B. Zaleski) Op. 74 nr 1
  • 02. Gdzie lubi (sł. S. Witwicki) Op. 74 nr 5
  • 03. Poseł (sł. S. Witwicki) Op. 74 nr 7
  • 04. Piosnka litewska (sł. lud. litewskie; przekł. L. Osiński) Op. 74 nr 16
  • 05. Życzenie (sł. S. Witwicki) Op. 74 nr 1
  • Stanisław Moniuszko (1819-1872)

  • 06. Prząśniczka (sł. J. Czeczot)
  • 07. Złota rybka (sł. J. Zachariasiewicz)
  • 08. Polna różyczka (sł. J. Grajnert wg J. W. Goethego)
  • 09. Triolet (sł. T. Zan)
  • 10. Zosia (sł. A. Mickiewicz)
  • Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941)

  • Cztery pieśni do słów Adama Asnyka Op. 7 nr 1-4
  • 11. Gdy ostatnia róża zwiędła
  • 12. Siwy koniu
  • 13. Szumi w gaju brzezina
  • 14. Chłopca mego mi zabrali
  • Stanisław Niewiadomski (1859-1936)

  • Pieśni ze zbioru Kurhanek Maryli
  • 15. Zosia (sł. A. Mickiewicz)
  • 16. Między nami nic nie było (sł. A. Asnyk)
  • 17. Grzeczna dziewczyna (sł. A. Mickiewicz)
  • 18. Ostatnia róża (sł. A. Asnyk)
  • 19. Śmieją się złote łany ( sł. M. Gawalewicz)

Total time: 43:05

release July 2016

available www.empik.com

Goldberg Baroque Ensemble
The Gdańsk Baroque Cantatas vol. 6
Cantatas for the Feast of the Ascension and Pentecost, in the collection of the Gdańsk Library of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Goldberg Baroque Ensemble

Andrzej Mikołaj Szadejko-conductor
Adam Pastuszka-concertmaster
Ingrida Gápová-soprano
Klaudia Trzasko-soprano
Bettina Ranch-alto
Georg Poplutz-tenor
Stefan Geyer-bass

  1. Johann Georg Hoffmann (1700-1780) Cantata Nun lob meine Seel den Herren
  2. Friedrich Christian Mohrheim (1719-1780) Cantata Gott fähret auf mit Jauchzen
  3. Gessel (18th Cent.) Cantata Vater ich will, dass wo ich bin
  4. Anonim (17th Cent.) Cantata Veni Sancte Spiritus
  5. Johann Daniel Pucklitz (1705-1774) Cantata Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt
  6. Anonim (18th Cent.) – Cantata Veni Sancte Spiritus

The CD with Gdańsk Baroque Cantatas vol. 6 presents three groups of compositions which, according to the Lutheran liturgical calendar, fall in the Easter period. The first group includes compositions written for the fourth Sunday after Easter, i.e. the so called Cantate Sunday (Dominica Cantate). In the collection of the Gdańsk Library of the Polish Academy of Sciences there are six manuscripts with cantatas belonging to that group. They originate from Gdańsk churches. The second group of the recorded pieces is formed of compositions written for the Feast of the Ascension which commemorates the ascension to Heaven of Christ risen from the dead. The biblical foundation for this Feast celebrated on the 40. day after Easter Sunday. The third group of the recorded compositions includes three pieces written for the Feast of the Pentecost (the White Sunday), celebrated ten days after the Feast of the Ascension.

release November 2015

Media patron: Polskie Radio Program II

Goldberg Baroque Ensemble
Goldberg Baroque Ensemble
Duo Granat
Tamara Granat & Adrian Kreda – pianos
Astor Piazzolla & Carlos Guastavino

    Astor Piazzolla

  1. Milonga de Angel - 05:29
  2. Adios Nonino - 05:53
  3. Michelangelo 70 - 03:19
  4. Libertango - 04:38
  5. Tangata - 07:55
  6. Fuga y misterio - 03:49
  7. Carlos Guastavino Tres Romances Argentinos

  8. Las Ninas - 05:11
  9. Muchacho Jujeno - 05:04
  10. Baile - 06:53

Astor Piazzolla and Carlos Guastavino are two composers presented on this very personal album. The recorded compositions are full of emotions and force the listener into a moment of deeper thought.

release September 2015

Goldberg Baroque Ensemble
proMODERN Contemporary Vocal Sextet
proMODERN Contemporary Vocal Sextet

Łucja Szablewska Soprano
Ewa Puchalska Mezzo-Soprano
Elżbieta Wróblewska-Rydzewska Mezzo-Soprano
Andrzej Marusiak Tenor
Artur Janda Bass-Baritone
Piotr Pieron Bass Artistic director

  1. Miłosz Bembinow Beatus servus
  2. Andrzej Borzym jr Agnus Dei
  3. Paweł Łukaszewski O vos omnes from Responsoria Tenebrae
  4. Bartosz Kowalski Where are you
  5. Miłosz Bembinow Ave maris stella
  6. Miłosz Bembinow Beatus vir
  7. Bartosz Kowalski Domine Deus II
  8. Andrzej Borzym jr Mors Laocoontis
  9. Paweł Łukaszewski Nunc dimittis

proMODERN sextet is the only one vocal group in Poland specilizing in modern music. The group consists of solo singers performing not only in Polish theatres but also in the world, receiving significant awards, and being invited by prestigious institutions. Apart from high vocal skills the singers have thorough musical education. Such knowledge and experience is essential when dealing with uneasy matter of the modern art – the art using multiple genres and styles.

The prominent artists creating for proMODERN are: Paweł Łukaszewski, Marian Borkowski, Alicja Gronau, Edward Sielicki, Wojciech Blecharz, Miłosz Bembinow, Bartosz Kowalski, Dariusz Przybylski, Anna Ignatowicz-Glińska, Aldona Nawrocka, Zofia Dowgiałło, Aleksander Kościów, Stanisław Szczyciński or Andrzej Borzym jr. proMODERN’s repertoire among many others consists also of masterpieces by Krzysztof Penderecki, Witold Lutosławski or Andrzej and Roxanna Panufnik. The sextet performed many Polish compositions for the first time but many of them are still being prepared. The group has already have good reputation, receiving excellent reviews.


Carefully selected CD’s repertoire consists of compositions of leading authors of contemporary vocal music, presented from various perspectives. These compositions enable singers to present various techniques, a rich dynamic palette, a vocal musicianship, an excellent recitation, above all, however - honest and deep emotions, being an expression of an intellectual and personal reflection on performed music. Many compositions, originally intended for choirs, in an intimate (and perfect) performance of experienced soloists, appear in completely different light and allow to discover new, undetected values. Compliments on the group’s originality, as the group does not have an equivalent on the Polish musical stage, are proved in the number of compositions dedicated especially to proModern, or arranged especially for this sextet. Musical language of the proposed compositions is very modern, especially in the harmonic layer, complex rhythms, articulatory means. And in many proposed compositions there is a very intentional erudite discourse with tradition - especially with an enormous sacred music heritage.

Piotr Maculewicz-Preface to the recording

release November 2014

Available: www.polskienagrania.com.pl/wersja_angielska

Media patron: Polskie Radio Program II prostoomuzyce.pl

Easter Cantatas of 18th Century Gdańsk
Easter Cantatas of 18th Century Gdańsk
The Gdańsk Kingdom of the Cantata

Goldberg Baroque Ensemble
Andrzej Mikołaj Szadejko - conductor

Heike Heilmann - soprano
Ewa Zeuner - alto
Virgil Hartinger - tenor
Marek Rzepka - bass

release December 2013

Available: www.polskienagrania.com.pl/wersja_angielska

World premiere recording of works from the Polish Academy of Science, the Gdańsk Library
Johann Daniel Pucklitz (1705-1774)
Erstanden ist der heylge Christ, Cantata in Fest Pasch.

Johann Balthasar Christian Freislich (ca.1690-1764)
Der Tod ist verschlungen in den Sieg, Cantata Feria Ima Paschali
Er ist darum für alle gestorben, Cantata feria IIda Paschali

Johann Teoderich Roemhildt (1684-1767)
Jesu schenk uns deinen Frieden, Cantata Feria 3. Paschat.

Friedrich Christian Mohrheim (1719?-1780)
Ich weiss, dass mein Erlöser lebt, Cantata Feria 1. Paschali

Johann Daniel Pucklitz (1705-1774)
Concert ex D # auf Ostern, Erstanden ist der heilige Krist

Media patron: Polskie Radio Program II

Among the music manuscripts in the collection of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Gdańsk Library there are 41 cantata manuscripts with music liturgically dedicated to Easter time. This can be deduced from the phrases included in their titles, such as: Am 1., (2.) Ostertage; (In) Festo 1. (2., 3.) Paschatos; Feria 1. (1ma, 2., 2da, 3.) Paschatos; Feriis 2. (3.) Paschatos; Festo Paschali. The manuscripts originate from the collections of Gdańsk churches of: St. John's (the majority), St. Catherine's, and St. Bartholomew's. The music written in the manuscripts was authored by 20 composers of the German language circle, all known by their names, out of whom only three lived and worked in Gdańsk. Some of the compositions come from cantata cycles by Georg Philipp Telemann, Christian Gotthilf Tag and Gessel (first or middle names unknown), which have survived almost complete. Other composers include Johann Christoph Altnikol, Johann Heinrich Rolle, Christian Ehregott Weinlig, Johann Georg Hoffmann, Martin Wirbach and Georg Anton Benda.

The presented recording covers five out of nine surviving Easter cantatas written by composers from Gdańsk (two by Johann Balthasar Christian Freislich and Johann Daniel Pucklitz, and one by Friedrich Christian Mohrheim). The last in the set is a cantata by Johann Theodor Roemhildt, whose works were collected and performed at the churches of St. John's and St. Catherine's.

The vocal-instrumental Goldberg Baroque Ensemble was established by Andrzej Szadejko, its conductor ever since, in 2008. The ensemble specialises in performing early Gdańsk music on historic musical instruments to the conventions of the Baroque and Classical periods. The musicians forming the ensemble are Polish and foreign graduates of the renown European centres focused on early musical practice (Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Royal Music Academy in London, Koninklijk Conservatorium in the Hague). The instrumentalists play the authentic instruments or their copies. Under the name 'Goldberg Vocal Ensemble', the vocalists of the group engage in a'capella projects. Their output comprises concerts and prize-winning recordings. Goldberg Baroque Ensemble is currently carrying out a phonographic project called The Musical Heritage of the City of Gdańsk, presenting the music surviving in script in the collection of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Gdańsk Library. The collection includes thousands of mostly unknown pieces by Gdańsk composers, pupils of such musicians as Johann Sebastian Bach, Georg Philip Telemann, or Johann Jacob Froberger.

Easter Cantatas of 18th Century Gdańsk
Sabionetta - The Polish Music of 16th Century
The Polish Music of 16th Century

Agnieszka Obst-Chwała - artistic direction

Ewelina Siedlecka - Kosińska - soprano
Jakub Burzyński - tenor/countertenor
Marcin Liweń - countertenor
Miłosz Kondraciuk - bass
Agnieszka Obst-Chwała - vielle, shawm
Magdalena Tejchma - recorders
Piotr Zalewski - viola da gamba
Paweł Zalewski - viola da gamba
Tadeusz Czechak - lute
Wojciech Lubertowicz - percussion

Weronika Grozdew-Kołacińska - alto
Andrzej Borzym - tenor
Leszek Kubiak - bass
Marcin Zalewski - viola da gamba
Marian Magiera - cornett
Maciej Chwała - percussion

release November 2013

Available: www.polskienagrania.com.pl/wersja_angielska

Ensemble Sabionetta about the project:

Since the first days of our fascination with early music we have asked ourselves many fundamental questions crucial to its interpretation. The answers we have usually come up with are 'maybe' or' probably'. That is why, like the Pre-Raphaelites, we go back to the music of the Renaissance and find there everything that has fascinated us for years. The Sabionetta ensemble takes the four-voice musical material as the starting point for its artistic productions. It arranges its music to rich sets of instruments. To us, the Renaissance music is not an open-air museum stuffed with dusty works of art. To the contrary, the music of the times can be very attractive to both the performers, and the listeners. In our selection of the repertoire we have been inspired by the topics of the musical pieces, such as everyday life, reflections, prayers, or events. Considering the commemorative texts we decided to perform them in a 'theatrical' manner, just as in the case of text portraying the martyr's death of the

Polish patron, St. Stanislaus. The texts contain some obsolete words and expressions. Therefore, to improve the clarity of the message, the singers recite the selected stanzas. Our aim was to enliven, refresh, and add new sparkle to the music which is often ignored, probably because of its simple texture which gives a misleading impression of triviality. We, the vocalists and instrumentalists of Sabionetta, share an opposite view. The world of sounds which surrounded people in the golden age of the Republic of Poland appears to us in this rich, vocal-instrumental, theatrical tone here recorded.
Agnieszka Obst-Chwała

Sabionetta - The Polish Music of 16th Century
Paweł Mykietyn CHAMBER WORKS
Paweł Mykietyn CHAMBER WORKS

Warsaw Modern Duo:
Krystyna Sakowska - clarinet
Joanna Opalińska - piano

Aleksandra Ohar-Sprawka - cello
Paweł Cieślak - trombone
Paweł Gusnar - saxophone

release November 2013

Available: www.polskienagrania.com.pl/wersja_angielska

Warsaw Modern Duo has existed for more than ten years now. In their artistic portfolio, the musicians have concerts and such achievements as a prize at the National Polish Competition of the Interpretation of French Music in Łódź, or the award granted by His Magnificence, Rector of the Academy of Music in Łódź. The ensemble has also been distinguished with a prize at the K. Penderecki International Competition of Contemporary Chamber Music in Kraków. Duo's repertoire is diversified, though the ensemble focuses primarily on contemporary chamber music.

The duo devoted quite a time to select the material for a CD that would promote Polish music. The inspiration to produce this CD came from the exceptional and unique music by Paweł Mykietyn, an exquisite Polish composer of the younger generation.

The project is co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, STOART, and ZAiKS. The honorary patronage over the project has been taken by the Polish Composers' Union.

Paweł Mykietyn CHAMBER WORKS
Astrolabium Sings Bembinow
Astrolabium Sings Bembinow

Aleksandra Turalska - soprano solo
The Astrolabium Choir in Toruń
Kinga Litowska - conductor

release June 2013

Available: www.polskienagrania.com.pl/wersja_angielska

Stabat Mater (1995)
1. Stała Matka bolejąca
2. I któż widząc tak cierpiącą
3. O Matko, źródło wszechmiłości
4. Spraw, niech płaczę
5. Panno słodka racz mozołem
6. Chrystus niech mi będzie grodem

7. Ludu, mój ludu (1996)
8. Modlitwa do Anioła Stróża (1999)
9. Veni Sancte Spiritus (1996)
10. Ave maris stella (1999)
11. Vulnerasti cor meum (1997)

On the CD a.o. world premiere recording of the:
Miłosz Bembinow Stabat Mater for soprano and a cappella choir (1995)

Astrolabium Sings Bembinow

Contemporary Polish Music for accordion and cello TWOgether Duo

Magdalena Bojanowicz cello & Maciej Frąckiewicz accordion

Hanna Kulenty- Preludium, Postludium and Psalm
Aleksander Marcin Nowak- Satin
Wojciech Andrzej Blecharz-Hypopnea
Rafał Stefan Janiak-After Hours of Muteness
Krzysztof Penderecki-Divertimento na wiolonczelę solo
Dariusz Przybylski-Discours
Mikołaj Kacper Majkusiak-Rhytms of Doubt

release December 2012

World Premiere Recording



J B Ch Freislich - Passio Christi
Johann Balthasar Christian Freislich (1687-1764)
Passio Christi (Brockes' Passion)

Goldberg Baroque Ensemble
Andrzej Mikołaj Szadejko

Media patron:

2 CD Album with premiere recording of Gdańsk's Cappelmeister Johann Balthasar Christian Freislich with internation group of soloists:

Julia Kirchner - sopran (Glaubige Seele/Magdalena 1/Tochter Zion)
Ingrida Gapova - sopran (Maria)
Franz Vitzthum - alt (Petrus/Glaubige Seele/Tochter Zion)
Georg Poplutz - tenor (Ewangelista)
Virgil Hartinger - tenor (Caiphas/Johannes)
Daniel Oleksy - tenor (Judas)
Marek Rzepka - bas (Jesus)
Ekkehard Abele - bas (Pilatus/Jakobus/Hauptmann)

release December 2012

World Premiere Recording



J B Ch Freislich - Passio Christi
Johann Jeremias du Grain (+1756 Gdańsk)
Complete Harpsichord Concertos

Alina Ratkowska - harpsichord

Joanna Huszcza violino 1, Anna Nowak violino 2, Dymitr Olszewski viola, Tomasz Pokrzywiński cello, Michał Bąk double-bass

Media patron:

1-3."Concerto/ Cembalo-Concertato/ Violino-Primo/Violino 2do/ Viola e Basso, Dell/ Sign. Dugrains" Mus.ms. 5270/1* Concerto e-moll

4-6 "Concertato/ Per il Cembalo/ Violino Primo/ Violino Secundo/ Viola/ et/ Basso Continuo/Dall Sign. Dugrain." Mus.ms, 5270/3 Concerto f-moll

7-9. "Concertato/ per il Cembalo/ Violino Primo/ Violino Secundo/ Viola/ et/ Basso Continuo/ Dall Sign. Dugrain." Mus.ms, 5270/2 Concerto c-moll

release June 2012

World Premiere Recording



Lent Cantatas of 18th century Gdańsk
Lent Cantatas of 18th century Gdańsk
Gdańskie Królestwo Kantat - The Gdańsk Kingdom of the Cantata vol.3

Goldberg Baroque Ensemble

Andrzej Mikołaj Szadejko

release November 2011
World Premiere Recording

Lent Cantatas of 18th century Gdańsk
Christmas Cantatas of 18th century Gdańsk
Roman Maciejewski (1910-1998)
Complete Piano Mazurkas 2 CDs

World Premiere Recording

Anna Brożek piano

Roman Maciejewski (1910-1998) Complete Piano Mazurkas 2 CDs
J.S. Bach Goldberg Variations
J.S. Bach Goldberg Variations

Alina Ratkowska Harpsichord

release September 2010

J.S. Bach Goldberg Variations
Christmas Cantatas of 18th century Gdańsk
Christmas Cantatas of 18th century Gdańsk

Gdańskie Królestwo Kantat - Kantaty Bożonarodzeniowe
Goldberg Baroque Ensemble Andrzej Mikołaj Szadejko

release November 2010

Christmas Cantatas of 18th century Gdańsk