Słowiński Stanisław

Audience award

​Violinist, arranger, composer, music producer, and multi-instrumentalist. He took up the violin in the fifth year of life. Later he also played the percussion, keyboard and wind instruments. In 2010-12 he studied violin in Cracow’s Academy of Music. Co-founder of a new music genre: acustronics.

He contributes to such original music projects as AKT, DUCH, J.A.S.S Trio, Vetur Blóm, and Cracow Republic Orchestra. Participant of FMF Master Classes for Young Composers in Alvernia Studio, taught by e.g. Trevor Morris, Diego Navarro, Robert Elhai, Michael Todd, and Robert Messinger. Author of many dozen original compositions and arrangements for all kinds of instrumental line-ups: electronic, solo violin, string quartet, pop band and orchestra. In the last several years he has played with more than a dozen chamber and symphony orchestras in Poland as well as France, Norway, Iceland, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, and other countries. He has contributed to musical projects and programmes presented by such internationally renowned artists as Brian Eno, Ben Frost, Daniel Bjarnason, Elliot Goldenthal, Diego Navarro, Ludwig Wicki, Joe Hisaishi, Robert Kabara, Peter Buck, Łukasz Syrnicki and Joanna Słowińska. He plays up to a hundred concerts a year as a member of orchestras, chamber ensembles, bands playing many different genres of popular and jazz music.