Gryvul, Katarina Międzynarodowy Festiwal Muzyki Współczesnej Warszawska Jesień

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is a Ukrainian-born composer, sound artist, music producer, violinist, and educator. She studied at the music academies of Lviv and Cracow. Currently, she is studying computer music and sound art at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz. In her work she focuses on a variety of timbres, sound textures and mixing organic, classical music with progressive forms of electronic music production. 

Her pieces have been performed at festivals such as Ars Electronica in Linz, Tremplin de la Création in Paris, Audio Art Festival in Cracow, Poznań Music Spring, Ecosistema Sonico in Priverno, Vox Electronica in Lviv, and Summer Contrast in Rogalinko. Gryvul was featured in Music from Ukraine, the first music catalogue of Ukrainian music, and was a recipient of the Gaude Polonia scholarship from the Polish Ministry of Culture. She also participated in the 37th General Assembly of International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music, won the scholarship of the President of Ukraine for young artists and writers, Power of Youth Grand Prix for music and sound design, and was selected as a winner of the Scorefollower Fall 2019. 

In 2021, she opened her own music school for composition, instrumentation, music theory and music production. 

Selected works: Denaturatus for oboe and electronics (2017), Inside the mirror for violin and cello (2017), How to? (personal approach) for tenor saxophone and electronics (2017), A day that could have existed for chamber orchestra, percussion, electronics, video and field recording (2018), Moldyfor clarinets, violin, cello, double bass and piano (2018), Mucor for flute, oboe, clarinet, cello and double bass (2019), Taxidermy for cello and electronics (2019), Ergot for alto flute, English horn, bass clarinet, viola and cello (2019), Metarhizium for horn, trombone, piano and percussion (2019), Seamy Side for bass flute, bass clarinet, piano, cello and electronics (2020), Zbiy for bass flute, bass clarinet, percussion, electric guitar, cello, double bass and electronics (2022), Vydykh for violin, piano and electronics (2022), Vacuum for bass flute and electronics (2022), Roses Passage for electronics (2022).