Bartosz Dziadosz - composer, producer, and curator. He represents the experimental trend in electronic music. In his compositions, he combines genres such as drone, ambient, abstract glitch, modern classical, and electronica. He is the creator of music for theatrical performances and has collaborated with theaters such as the National Theatre in Warsaw, Residenz Theater in Munich, and Theater Basel in Basel. He is also a film music composer ("Do ostatniego drzewa") and creates sound installations for advertising campaigns (C&A, Mercedes-Benz).
Adam Roszkowski - an improvising violinist and violist, the producer of the Wigrosfera festival in the Suwałki region. Together with his brother Jan, they form the Roshko Brothers. They have just released a single titled "Händel Regrooved," and their debut album is set to be released in the spring of 2024. "I left my position in the orchestra to find more space for original music," says Adam. He is a graduate of the Royal Conservatory in Brussels. He received a nomination for the International Classic Music Award 2019 (ICMA). He has performed concerts throughout Europe, including at Gent Handersbeurs, EFG London Jazz Festival, and Vilnius Jazz Festival.
MUSIC OF THE CONFLICT OF HARMONY
Bartosz Dziadosz and Adam Roszkowski met in the spring of 2022 in Warsaw's Mokotów district. Their paths crossed spontaneously, and discussions about music led to the creation of the Conflict of Harmony project. Their unorthodox approach, passion for blending classical sounds with ambient and electronica, and a penchant for experimentation that goes beyond the confines of a single specific style place them in the realm of contemporary music. Conflict of Harmony is the meeting of two musical worlds, represented by Adam Roszkowski and Bartosz Dziadosz. It is a space where classical music merges with electronic, and the result of this fusion is a sonically philosophical path created to follow emotions.
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