Tadeusz Sudnik

Tadeusz Sudnik is a Polish musician, composer and sound engineer. He is the creator of the Studio Dźwięków Niemożliwych, and the creator of many multimedia concerts and spectacles.

He is primarily interested in playing analog synthesizers and electronic devices that generate sound, and during concerts he distorts these sounds using a variety of techniques. Often by using these methods, he creates a small studio on stage. Aside from concert halls, theaters and clubs, he plays in forests, by lakes and rivers, on and under bridges, on boats, in stables, palaces, castles, churches, factories and mines.

For decades, he worked at the Experimental Studio of the Polish Radio in Warsaw, where he recorded and produced electronic, theater, film and ballet music.

He has worked with many years with festivals and organizations such as the Warsaw Autumn, Polskie Towarzystwo Muzyki Współczesnej, Związek Kompozytorów Polskich, Teatr Narodowy, Teatr Mały, Ad Libitum. He also performed at the Inventionen festivals in West Berlin, in Montreaux and many others.

He composed music for the ballet “Pejzaż Nocą” for the Teatr Wielki, to the play “Wooden Man” by Stasys Eidrigevicius staged in the Studio Theater in Warsaw, and music by Ferajn Pan Drops for the Scena Lubelska theater and others. He also designed the sound for Krzysztof Knittl’s and John King’s HEARTPIECE Double Opera, exhibited at the The Kitchen gallery in New York. In 2006, he exhibited his multimedia project “The sequence of things” at the XXI gallery in Warsaw. Commissioned by the Warsaw art gallery appendix2, he composed a piece of music illustrating the exhibition OD-DO by Stanisław Dróżdż (2009). Commissioned by Polonia Records, he recorded the album Tadeusz Sudnik & His Friends In Art (2006). Cytula Tyfun was the first band in which he played from 1980 together with Krzysztof Knittel, Andrzej Bieżan and Mieczysław Litwiński.

At the same time, he has given concerts all over Europe and recorded albums with renowned jazz musicians: in the bands of Helmut Nadolski and Andrzej Przybielski, “Freelectronic” by Tomasz Stańko, “Onolulu philharmonic” by Mathieu Sadowski (France), “Park Maszynowy” with Włodek Kiniorski, “Analogics” with Wojciech Konikiewicz, “Concert of Impossible Figures” with Andrzej Mitan, “Interactions” with Krzysztof Knittel, “Joined Forces” with Paweł Prochnowski (Canada). In 2003 he recorded an album and went on European tours with the bands “Digivoco” and “Amusos” by Adam Pierończyk with Gary Thomas (USA), and in the Berliner Composers Ensemble project “Transylvaniana” led by drummer Maurice de Martin (Berlin), where he played with musicians from all over the world. He also took part in Tomasz Stańko’s concert project “Peyotl3” and toured with the renewed formation Freelectronic (2004). In 2006, a Polish concert tour with the German band Der Rotte Bereich took place. He has also played with Sonny Sharock (USA) Peter Giger (Austria), Don Um Romao (Weather Report), Antymos Apostolis, Michał Miśkiewicz, Janusz Skowron, Mamadou Diouf, Gunnar Geise, Paweł Szymański, Jerzy Kornowicz, Tadeusz Wielecki, Ryszard Latecki and others .

Currently, she performs with the Kawalerowie Błotni ensemble, as well as with Szabolcs Esztenyi, Zdzisław Piernik, Tomasz Duda and Jerzy Kornowicz.

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