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Sacrum Profanum regularly explores graphic scores. Their tradition dates back a long way, and the music that results from them is frequently unexpected. It is now time for their latest iteration: architectural scores or urbcore from urban score and the language of architecture. Soloists from the Hashtag Ensemble treat architectural forms of urban environments as scores for improvisation. By following the rhythm, order, texture and forms of buildings, they translate them into music. And so the musicians read the iconic and forgotten jewels of Kraków’s architecture. The combination of architecture and soloists (#archi-solos) features Marta Grzywacz performing the Administrative Centre of Nowa Huta (known as the Doge Palace), Wojciech Błażejczyk brings to life the Way of Four Gates, Krzysztof Kozłowski – Cricoteka, while Hubert Zemler the Płaszów Locomotive Depot.

Wojciech Błażejczyk – The Way of Four Gates – Higher Theological Seminary of the Congregation of Resurrectionists* 10’ [world premiere]
Marta Grzywacz – Doge Palace* 10’ [world premiere]
Krzysztof Kozłowski – Cricoteka* 10’ [world premiere]
Hubert Zemler – Płaszów Locomotive Depot* 10’ [world premiere]

Hashtag Ensemble

*commissioned especially for the Sacrum Profanum festival

Concept and programme: Krzysztof Pietraszewski
Programme support: Barbara Kinga Majewska, Anna Karpowicz, Martyna Zakrzewska, Ewa Liebchen, Małgorzata Walentynowicz, Jacek Sotomski, Rafał Łuc, Michał Mendyk, Marcin Rupociński, Piotr Peszat, Jan Topolski