15. Festival of Traditional
and Avantgarde Music

24-28 May 2023

PROGRAM - proModern / Harmonies

proModern / Harmonies

10 May 2018 / Thursday / 19:00

Centrum Spotkania Kultur


Marta Czarkowska – soprano
Ewa Puchalska – mezzo-soprano
Ewelina Rzezińska – mezzo-soprano
Andrzej Marusiak – tenor
Krzysztof Chalimoniuk – baritone
Piotr Pieron – bass
Wojciech Błażejczyk – sound design


  • Karlheinz Stockhausen: Stimmung for six vocalists and six microphones (1968)
  • Szymon Stanisław Strzelec: Of organic geometry & cancer ontology (2018) / commissioned by the CODES Festival

The group was founded by leading vocal soloists who shared a passion and skill for interpreting the most demanding works by present-day composers. proMODERN has become a synonym for the best vocal performances of contemporary music. The group are greatly appreciated in the music community and garner excellent reviews.

Their six years in existence has been an uninterrupted run of success. During this time the proMODERN vocal sextet released two albums of their own, recorded music for two others, performed in numerous concerts at festivals.

In 2015 proMODERN won two awards: in the “Choral, Oratorio and Opera Music Album of the Year” category and for “Best Recording of Polish Music” for their debut album Where Are You? Pieces from Warsaw. Their second album, proMODERN Shakespired, was released in December 2017 and was also nominated for Fryderyk Awards, in the “Contemporary Music Album of the Year” and “Best Recording of Polish Music” categories.

The concert of vocal sextet proMODERN will take place in Lublin on May 10, 2018 as part of the 10th edition of the CODES Festival. The ensemble will perform “Stimmung” by Karlheinz Stockhausen with the sound design of Wojciech Błażejczyk, and the piece composed by Szymon Strzelec commissioned by the Festival.



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