Scheller, Przemysław

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He began to compose at age 18 under the guidance of Ukrainian composer Ulyana Bilan. Having graduated with distinction from the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice (class of Aleksander Lasoń) and the CNSMD in Lyon (class of Philippe Hurel), he obtained his DMA in 2018 under the artistic and scientific supervision of Jarosław Mamczarski (Katowice Academy of Music) and Michele Tadini (CNSMD Lyon). At present he is assistant professor at the University of Katowice and assistant lecturer at the Music Academy in Katowice. He plays and collects ethnic instruments from all over the world. Electronic media, and especially mixed acoustic-electronic sound, play an important role in his music. 

Selected works: Blind-Seeing for symphony orchestra (2011), Yiri for didgeridoo and live electronics (2012), Vision of Open Skies for chamber orchestra, basso profondo, didgeridoo and electric guitar (2012), Song of the Brightness of Water for flute (2012), Time-Luminous for nine musicians (2014), Imaginary Landscape for chamber ensemble and live electronics (2015), Ocean of Forms for two choirs and harp (2016), Scintillation for chamber ensemble and live electronics (2016), Winter for accordion and live electronics (2016), Consors paterni luminis for Gregorian singer, harp, accordion, cello and electronic media (2017), Sonata for harp and flute (2018), The Little Match Girl for string orchestra (2019), Road Marked with Dead Grain for clarinet and string orchestra (2019), Three Miniatures for quadraphonic string quartet (2019), Duration Study for tape (2019), Phos Hilaron for Gregorian singer and electronic layer (2020).