Lilianna Krych

Lilianna Krych © Magda Hueckel

Lilianna Krych

Lilianna Krych was nominated for the Passport of Polityka Award 2022. In the 2023/24 season, she is a participant in the Britten Pears Young Artists programme. She is a member of the creative group Hashtag Ensemble and co-leader of the Hashtag Lab Contemporary Music Space. She graduated from the Warsaw Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in the class of Professor Marek Pijarowski and is currently enrolled as a doctoral student at the Grażyna and Kiejstut Bacewicz University of Music in Łódź, Poland.

Lilianna Krych’s main interests are opera and contemporary music. She is fascinated by the intersection of various fields of art: theatre, music, visual arts, as well as work in the area of voice, body and movement. She treats music and theatre as a tool for analyzing and commenting on reality. Among opera artists, works by Benjamin Britten and Salvatore Sciarrino have a special place in her repertoire. She is engaged in premieres that redefine the concept of opera and the role of the conductor, such as Wojciech Błażejczyk’s “Fake Opera” and Karol Nepelski’s “Solaris”. She often combines conducting with performance activities, such as in the performance “Little Thunder. Saint Catherine of Siena” realized with an international cast in the spirit of post-Grotowski devised theatre.

Her many years of experience working with choirs and vocal ensembles led her to found the Match Match Ensemble in 2022, which specializes in music from the fringes of the mainstream – music that is either new or old and not yet (enough) discovered.

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