In what ways (if any) do you feel that being a woman has shaped your experiences as an artist?
What advice do you have for other female-identifying artists who are aspiring to creative leadership roles?
”Digital Immersion“ - October 2nd, 2016, 7:30pm Montana State University, Reynolds Recital Hall
Works for instruments and electronics by composers Linda Antas (MSU)
and Ewa Trębacz (DXARTS, University of Washington).
Performances by MSU School of Music faculty Mike Nelson,
Stephen Versaevel, Jeffrey Vick, Linda Antas and guest Andrew Miller.
"Musica Electronica" - April 9th, 2016, 8pm
Chapel Performance Space at Good Shepherd Center
4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Fourth Floor, Seattle, WA
Seattle Modern Orchestra
in partnership with
presented an evening of electronic music, including three works from three different generations
and three stages of technological development.
Differences - Luciano Berio
Ligeia for invisible soprano, ensemble,
and surround sound - Ewa Trębacz
Open Borders Generation Concert Tour 2014
Polish and American musicians present music by a selection of Polish composers born in the 1970s.
Three concerts include works by Paweł Hendrich, Agata Zubel, Ewa Trębacz, Cezary Duchnowski and Krzysztof Wołek.
November 12, 7:30pm
University of Illinois
for the Performing Arts
Tryon Festival Theatre
November 14, 8:00pm
University of Louisville
School of Music
November 16, 8:30pm
3111 N Western Ave
Pawel Hendrich – Emergon αβ
for large ensemble and electronics
Agata Zubel - Not I
for soprano, ensemble and electronics
Ewa Trębacz -
for horn and surround sound
Cezary Duchnowski - 1 5 1, 2 4 2, 3 3 3
for violin, cello and electronics
Krzysztof Wołek - Motions, Stases
for piano and large ensemble
Agata Zubel, soprano | Małgorzata Walentynowicz, piano | Jancie Philippus, horn | Illinois Modern Ensemble | Stephen Andrew Taylor, conductor
The album is available to stream at the Second Inversion SoundCloud channel, or
on their website, where you can also find a interviews with Ewa and
(French horn, collaborator on much of the disc release).
Polish Radio, Polish Music Information Center and Polish Composers' Union (ZKP) have released Ewa Trębacz’s monographic audio CD as part of the new series
Muzyka Polska Dzisiaj (Polish Music Today), promoting new works created in Poland and around the world. This CD includes 5 works by Ewa Trębacz, created between 2000 and 2013, ranging from solo works with electronics to large orchestral works with ambisonic sound.
The project is non-commercial with approximately 300 CDs to be donated to various institutions, and a small number to be distributed by the Polish Radio.
A two-night festival of interactive art featuring new and recent works by Donald Craig, Eunsu Kang, Ewa Trębacz,
Marcin Pączkowski, Joshua Parmenter, Robert Blatt, Alexis Eggertsen, Joel Ong, Hector Bravo Benard, Ha Na Lee,
Sergio Luque, Shih-Wei Lo and Steve Escoffery. With performances by Josiah Boothby (French Horn).
June 17, 2013, 8pm - Chapel Performance Space in Seattle Cloud Drawings: an evening of computer music with guest artist
Charles Céleste Hutchins.
Music and performances by: Hector Bravo Benard, Donald Craig, Charles Céleste Hutchins, Joshua Parmenter and Ewa Trębacz.
The 2013 Northwest Horn Symposium was held at the Montana State University School of Music,
April 19 through April 21 in Bozeman, Montana. Horn players of all ages attended from Idaho, Montana,
Oregon, Washington, New York, Colorado and Wyoming.
The Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Marek Moś,
premiered ANC'L'SUNR for orchestra and ambisonics by Ewa Trębacz
at the W. Lutosławski Concert Studio S1 in Warsaw.
The concert was a part of the Generations XVI annual event, organized by the Polish Radio,
the Polish Composers Union and the Polish Society of Authors and Composers ZAIKS. This year it featured works
by 4 composers: Paweł Buczyński, Krzysztof Meyer, Anna Zawadzka-Gołosz and Ewa Trębacz.
The concert was broadcast live on the Polish Radio Programme II.
Organised Sound 17.2 (2012)
A new article by Ewa Trębacz has been published in
- an international peer-reviewed journal of music and technology. The article focuses on applications of immersive
audiovisual media to experimental art, in particular in the context of so-called Visual Music.
An evening of electroacoustic music by
Joshua Parmenter, Donald Craig, Pete Moss, Douglas Niemela, and Ewa Trębacz,
presented by Old Town Business & Professionals Association, North Tacoma, Washington.
An evening of electroacoustic music and digital video by
Seattle-based composers Donald Craig, Pete Moss, Douglas Niemela, Joshua Parmenter and Ewa Trębacz.
August 26-27, 2011 - Montreal
Based on her doctoral dissertation research, Ewa Trębacz presented "Depth Modulation: Visual Music
in Immersive Media Environment" at the Understanding Visual Music
conference at Concordia University in Montreal.
UVM 2011 was a two-day conference focused on developing an understanding of the practice of visual music,
its definition, related creative and perceptual considerations, current trends, technological innovation,
and possible future directions.
April 12-17, 2011 - Dresden Sekwens
(dir. R.Sowa, music and sound by Ewa Trębacz)
was most recently presented at the International Short Films Festival
"FilmFest" in Dresden, Germany.
Henryk Kowalewicz - horn
Alina Ratkowska - harpsichord Autumn 2010, University of Washington, DXARTS:Special Topics in Digital Arts and Experimental Media - Space and Video.
Ewa Trębacz designed and taught a new course,
focusing on selected immersive visual technologies and their applications to experimental art. Glissando 16 (2010)
A Polish magazine Glissando, devoted to contemporary music, publishes a new article
by Ewa Trębacz. The article discusses selected immersive technologies in the context of experimental art.
September 19th, 2009 - Warsaw Errai premiered
at the 52nd International Festival of Contemporary Music WARSAW AUTUMN.
This engagement is supported by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation through USArtists International in partnership with
the National Endowment for the Arts, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Trust for Mutual Understanding. June 8-12, 2009 - Paris things lost things invisible received
a prestigious recommendation of the 56th UNESCO International Rostrum of Composers, followed
by radio broadcasts around the world.
The International Rostrum of Composers has been organized since 1954 by the
International Music Council, associated with UNESCO.
57 works from 27 radio stations from four continents have been presented in Paris during this year's edition of the Rostrum.