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POLA Olszewska Komosiński - Tónleikar í Sláturhúsinu 08.09 kl 20:00

08. september 2023
Föstudaginn 8.september verður Pólska dúóið POLA Olszewska Komosiński með tónleika í Sláturhúsinu. Tónleikarnir eru hluti af
ACT IN OUT samstarfsverkefni okkar og Fabryka Sztuki í Lodz.
Aðgangur er ókeypis og tónleikarnir hefjast kl 20:00
Next Friday, September 8th, we invite you to a concert at Slaturhusid with the Polish duo POLA Olszewska Komosiński. The concert is a part of the the ACT IN OUT project, our collaboration with Fabryka Sztuki in Lodz
No entrance fee and the concert starts at 20:00!
POLA was created by Zofia Olszewska and Piotr Komosiński.
She - vocalist, photographer, retoucher, since 2010 working under the name Zofia Analog. She’s been composing and writing for 10 years, drawing inspiration from femininity, love, folk, religious rituals and poetry. Rites of passage, time, borders between what was and what is going to be, family and multiculturalism are the most important elements of her works.
He - bassist, composer, musician with long experience. In his portfolio you can find many albums and guest appearances. In his lasting for more than 30 years adventure with music he used to perform and performs in many bands, among them Potty Umbrella, Hotel Kosmos, Ex Usu, Die Perspektive and POLA. He played many concerts that took place all around the world. Apart from his homeland, he performed in Canada, Netherlands, Scotland, England and Ireland. He was educated as a photographer and his music is picturesque and extraordinary. He’s a founder of photo group B1 with which he exhibits his works in galleries all around Poland.
Their first album “13” guides us through a journey of beginning and end of femininity - from death to birth of woman and man.
It’s a summary of unsuccessful interpersonal relations, goodbye to the old, welcome to the new. Mournful trance erotic.
Zofia and Piotr don’t want to assign their music to any genres. It cannot be divided into songs, it has to be listened to and felt in one’s own way. Their lyrics have many meanings depending on the listener’s mood.
The ACT IN_OUT project is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants and Norway Grants. Co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Co-financed by the City of Łódź.