Jaskot, Dobromiła International Festival of Contemporary Music Warsaw Autumn

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born in 1981 in Poland, she has resided in Australia since 2015. She is a composer, pianist, and educator, whose music is a regular presence in the Polish and international new music scene. In her works, she focuses on the essence of sound, on analysing the processes of its formation and modes of existence, as well as exploring the fields of expression and sound colour. She graduated from the music academies of Poznań (MMus in 2005) and Wrocław (DMA in 2011). Until 2015 she was an assistant lecturer and head of the electroacoustic music studio at the Bydgoszcz Academy of Music. She continued her intense education at international courses, workshops, and postgraduate studies. She has been awarded multiple scholarships of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, as well as of institutions and foundations such as the Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung and Collegium Europeaum Jenense. She has won prizes in competitions for composers and pianists. In 2009 she was invited to California as a Djerrasi Composer Artists Program artist-in-residence. Her works have been performed at numerous international festivals such as Warsaw Autumn, Other Minds Festival in San Francisco, Ultraschall in Berlin, Totally Huge New Music Festival in Perth, and Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music. She is a passionate piano teacher and interior designer. 

Selected works: atnongara for piano (2002), how-who for voice and live electronics (2003), Gardens for electronics (2003), Hagalaz for clarinet, cello, and piano (2004), Liija for electronics (2004), Ingwazfor chamber orchestra (2005), Phaedra, interactive chamber opera (2005/06), Wiirje for large symphony orchestra (2006), Linearia for string quartet (2007), hannha for cello and live electronics (2007), Hum...for beatboxer, bass clarinet, violin, piano and percussion (2008), eXntropiafor large symphony orchestra (2009), Chopin Quest, audiovisual project (2010), Chatayu for piano, harpsichord and instrumental ensemble (2012), Himah for three percussionists (2012), Eizzcok for electronics (2013), Elferiae for string quartet (2013), Slejpnir for male voice, piano, percussion and amplification (2014), Loogshmaar for 26 speakers (2015), Hgrrrsht for two amplified flutes and voice boxes (2015), Spri for piano (2019), Skraarg for double string quartet (2021).