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Eirḗnē I 09:10
Eirḗnē II 07:45
Eirḗnē IV 04:37
Eirḗnē V 05:07
Eirḗnē VI 07:48


Eirḗnē, named after the Greek goddess of peace, is a joint project by Michał Jacaszek and Stefan Wesołowski (Jacaszek/Wesołowski), commissioned by the Solidarity of Arts festival in Gdańsk in 2017, curated at the time by Tomek Hoax. The project debuted with a performance preceding Jóhann Jóhannsson's concert. Five years later, in 2022, this collaboration lived to see a new iteration, during which the album 'Eirḗnē' was recorded with the Philharmonic Orchestra in Szczecin shortly before the war started in Ukraine. The originally "pacifist" composition gained a new context then. It blends neo-classical orchestration with electronic music, produced by Daniel Rejmer, known for his work with Ben Frost.

Ambient, electronic passages and processed sounds are perfectly blended with the symphony orchestra. The album contains seven compositions recorded with the Szczecin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Kinga Rozkrut and Michał Krężlewski. The intriguing orchestrations were prepared by Ziemowit Klimek, composer, producer and arranger, who is known from Immortal Onion and collaborations with artists such as Artificialice, Hania Rani and Magda Kuraś. Additional drum arrangements were contrived and recorded by the talented Hubert Zemler, known as a composer, drummer and improviser who has worked with artists such as Resina, Felix Kubin, Mitch & Mitch or Opla and Magneto. The piano was played unconventionally by Malina Midera, a pianist, composer and producer known for her contribution to Klawo band and creating Mibokoch, Midera & Kowalik Quartet and her current studies at the Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen.


released November 18, 2023

Written by Michał Jacaszek & Stefan Wesołowski
Additional drum arrangements (Eirḗnē I - III, VI - VII) by Hubert Zemler

Performed by
Michał Jacaszek - electronics
Malina Midera - piano
Hubert Zemler - drums

Szczecin Philharmonic Orchestra:
Karolina Hyla-Wybraniec (concertmaster), Monika Sawczuk, Joanna Wójtowicz, Elżbieta Fabiszak-Dąbrowska, Olga Rozmus - 1st violins
Diana Miszkiel-Gugała, Anna Muzyk, Łukasz Górewicz, Aleksandra Górska, Patrycja Kozak - 2nd violins
Grzegorz Sadowski, Wojciech Mazur, Ludmiła Rusin, Aleksandra Majewska - violas
Tomasz Szczęsny, Klara Świdrów, Katarzyna Meisinger, Jacek Tomczak - cellos
Michał Mitschke, Wojciech Gunia - basses
Joanna Kowalczyk - flute
Krzysztof Baturo - clarinet/bass clarinet
Edyta Moroz - bassoon/contrabasson
Oleksandr Melnychenko, Dmitrij Wdowiczenko - horns
Mateusz Kupski - trombone
Igor Puszkar - bass trombone
Jacek Wierzchowski, Bogdan Pilak - percussion

Kinga Rozkrut, Michał Krężlewski - conductors
Ziemowit Klimek - orchestrations

Recorded in February 2022 at Szczecin Philharmonic by Wiktor Pietruszka
Mixed and produced by Daniel Rejmer
Mastering and lacquer cut at Scape Mastering by Stefan Betke
Cover design by Animisiewasz
Inlay photos by Paweł Zanio & Bartek Barczyk
Liner notes by Jacek Hawryluk
Executive production by Tomek Hoax & Kinga Rozkrut
Recording session coordination by Matylda Grączewska
Album executive production and management by Tomek Hoax

Warmest thanks for care and faith to
Barbara Frydrych, Head of the Mayor's Office for Culture in Gdańsk
Dorota Serwa, Director of the Philharmonic in Szczecin

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