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Sudnik / Moretti / Tefiton: "Re:mix" at barStudio - Warsaw Autumn 2017
16 September 2017 (Saturday), 10:30 pm
barStudio, plac Defilad 1 (map)
free admission
Event is a part of: Trans / Avant-gardes - 60th International Festival of Contemporary Music çWarsaw Autumn"

Tadeusz Sudnik
Macio Moretti
Erhard Hirt
Claus van Bebber

Re:mix **
reinterpretations of recordings from the Warsaw Autumn sound chronicle
(Warsaw Autumn and Society of Authors - ZAiKS commission)

** first performance

Tadeusz Sudnik – A Polish musician, composer and sound engineer. He is the originator and founder of the Studio of Impossible Sounds, creator of multimedia concerts-spectacles. He is interested in playing live on analog synthesizers, electronic sound generators, and during concerts transforms a variety of sound effects into live performances. In addition to concert halls, theaters and clubs, he performed in forests, on lakes and rivers, on and under bridges, on river ships, in barns, palaces, castles, churches, factories and mines.
For several years he worked at the Experimental Studio of the Polish Radio in Warsaw, where he recorded and performed electronic, theatrical, film and ballet music. For many years he has cooperated with the Warsaw Autumn Festival, the Polish Society of Contemporary Music, the Polish Composers' Union, the National Theater, the Mały Theater, and the Ad Libitum Festival. He also performed at the Inventionen festivals in Berlin, Montreaux and others.
He has composed, amongst others, music for the ballet spectacle "Landscape by night" for Teatr Wielki - Polish National Opera, "The Wooden man" of Stasys Eidrigevičius for the Studio Theater in Warsaw, the show "Ferajna Pana Dropsa" in the Scena Lubelska Theater. He has also designed the sound for HEARTPIECE Double Opera by John King and Krzysztof Knittel, presented in The Kitchen Gallery in New York. In the XXI gallery in Warsaw in 2006, he presented his multimedia project The Way of Things.

Macio Moretti (born Maciej Moruś) was born in Środa Wielkopolska in 1975. In 2004, together with Paweł Szamburski and a group of friends, he founded the Lado ABC music label, whose catalog now includes over 80 records covering the wide spectrum from energetic guitar music to baroque partitions. One of the earliest recordings Moretti participated in was the album Con Gas of Baaba band (2001), which combined soul, disco and metal influences in its music. Moretti joined the group in 2001 as a drummer and has been with Baaba ever since.
At the beginning of his career he also played bass guitar in the death metal-grind core group Antigama. His collaboration with the band ended in 2002. A year later, Mitch & Mitch founded by Moretti and guitarist Bartek Magneto released their debut album. Luv Yer Country is rooted in country music, which has never been very popular in Poland. In the form transformed by Mitch & Mitch, however, it received warm reception, and the band quickly became famous. They performed on the stage with a singer Zbigniew Wodecki, and their joined concerts had an extremely high attendance. Macio Moretti has collaborated and collaborates with a number of bands, including Shofar (along with Raphael Rogiński and Mikolaj Trzaska), PartisTetris (with Candelaria Saenz Valiente and Marcin Masecki), duo LXMP (with Piotr Zabrodzki).
In 2010, the artist received two prestigious awards for his musical activity - Fenomen Award from Przekrój magazine and Paszport Polityki (in category of popular music). Moretti is also a recognized graphic artist. He has won the Fryderyk Award for album covers, three times: in 2005 for the Hey bands "Echosystem" album cover, in 2010 for Love! Attention! Help! Rescue! of the same group and in 2012 for the album 8 Katarzyna Nosowska. He has also designed covers for Anna Zaradny, Robert Piotrowicz, Ania Dąbrowska, Voo Voo and many others.