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EWA TRĘBACZ  |   composer
Contact: girlbot@ewatrebacz.com

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AWARDS, GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

  • 2009  |  things lost things invisible recommended by the 56th UNESCO International Rostrum of Composers in Paris

  • 2009  |  Grant from 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 (to support the premiere of Errai)

  • 2009  |  "Sounds of the Year", IAMIC (International Association of Music Information Centers): things lost things invisible represented Poland in the category of works for symphony orchestra; one work written within last 10 years selected from each of the national centers and included in an annual promotional list

  • 2008  |  a finalist for the OPUS Public Media Prize: award founded by the Polish public Radio and Television

  • 2008  |  Artist in Residence, Centrum, Port Townsend, Washington

  • 2008  |  Graduate Student Assistantship, DXARTS (Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media), University of Washington

  • 2007  |  Artist in Residence, Centrum, Port Townsend, Washington

  • 2004-2006  |  Graduate Student Assistantship, DXARTS, University of Washington

  • 2003  |  Scholarship from the University of Washington School of Music

  • 2003  |  Travel grant from the University of Washington (to support the premiere of Chordochromies)

  • 2001-2003  |  Graduate Student Assistantship, CARTAH (Center for Advanced Research Technology in the Arts and Humanities), University of Washington

  • 2000-2001  |  Graduate Student Assistantship, Central Washington University

  • 1999  |  Stipend of the City of Kraków (Stypendium Twórcze Miasta Krakowa) - a special prize for emerging artists

  • 1998  |  Prize for animation soundtrack to film Necia (dir. K.Krawczyk), OFAFA (All-Polish Festival of Animated Films), Kraków

  • 1997  |  Stipend of the Ministry of Culture and Art in Poland
 

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