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Laskowski, Mikołaj 

 
 

 

Biography

Mikołaj Laskowski is a composer born in 1988 in Gdynia, Poland, based in Berlin. He graduated with distinction from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague in 2015. His works have been performed in many European countries, Australia and United States. He received several awards, such as a recommendation at the 62nd International Rostrum of Composers (2015), and the Kranichsteiner Stipendienpreis on the 48th Darmstadt International Summer Course for New Music (2016). He has been working with such ensembles as Asko|Schönberg, Ensemble Adapter,
Ensemble Nikel, Kwadrofonik, Kwartludium, LUX:NM, musikfabrik, Shallfeld Ensemble, Spółdzielnia Muzyczna Contemporary Ensemble, orkest de ereprijs, The Black Page Orchestra and many others.
Education
● 2013-2015 – The Royal Conservatory, The Hague, Master studies: Composition – graduation with distinction.
● 2012-2014 – The Karol Lipiński Academy of Music, Wrocław, Master studies: Composition and Music Theory.
● 2009-2012 – The Karol Lipiński Academy of Music, Wrocław, Bachelor studies: Composition and Music Theory.
Composition Awards
● Kranichsteiner Stipendienpreis on the 48th Darmstadt International Summer Course for New Music (2016).
● 62nd International Rostrum of Composers (2015) - recommendation in the young composers category for the piece The tiger left me unsatisfied.
● The Witold Lutosławski Scholarship (2014)
● OFF Stream Competition 2013, The 34th Review of Actors Songs, Wrocław, Poland - the main award for the play Passion: All That Fucking Actors’ Song.
● Young Composers Meeting 2013, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands – the main prize for the piece Na.
● Composers Competition GENERACE 2012, Ostrava: 3rd award for the piece Gezar Aefir.
Cooperation with ensembles
● Asko|Schönberg (Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 2015)
● Doelen Quartet (Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 2013)
● Duo Van Vliet (Wroclaw/London, Poland/UK, 2016- present)

 

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