Synonyms for krzesimir or Related words with krzesimir

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Examples of "krzesimir"
Parents of Krzesimir Dębski survived Kisielin massacre. He is married to singer Anna Jurksztowicz.
Krzesimir Dębski comments on Ukrainian nationalistic crimes in Volhynia, where his grandparents were murdered.
Modern-day composers include Krzysztof Meyer, Paweł Szymański, Krzesimir Dębski, Hanna Kulenty, Eugeniusz Knapik and Paweł Mykietyn.
More modern composers include Krzysztof Meyer, Paweł Szymański, Krzesimir Dębski, Hanna Kulenty, Eugeniusz Knapik, Paweł Łukaszewski, Paweł Mykietyn, Maciej Zieliński, Marta Ptaszynska and Agata Zubel.
Andrzej Koszewski (Poznań, 26 July 1922 – 17 February 2015) was a Polish composer, musicologist and teacher. His students included Lidia Zielińska, Krzesimir Dębski and Bettina Skrzypczak.
Krzesimir Dębski has been awarded numerous prizes for his jazz musicianship and composition work. The prizes include a.o.: First Prize at the World Competition of Jazz Ensembles (Belgium), and the Stanislaw Wyspiański Award from The Ministry of Culture (Warsaw, Poland). Readers of the monthly jazz magazine "Jazz Forum" have bestowed upon Dębski the honor of "Musician, Composer and Violinist Of The Year" from 1983 to 1986. "Down Beat" magazine rated Krzesimir Dębski among the top ten violinists in the world.
The narrators of the film belong to the same Polish family of Dębski originally from Kisielin. Among them: Krzesimir Dębski, his mother Aniela, brother Wisław, son Radzimir, and niece Ulesława Lubek. Also, some ethnic Ukrainians make appearances – all present day Kisielin inhabitants – of whom the majority still remembers those events. A title of the film is taken from the monograph about Kisielin and its inhabitants, written by a deceased father of Krzesimir Dębski, Włodzimierz Sławosz Dębski.
Krzesimir Dębski (; born 26 October 1953 in Wałbrzych) is a Polish composer, conductor and jazz violinist. His music career as a musician has been that of a performer as well as composer of classical music, opera, television and feature films.
In 2006, the Motion Trio presented new arrangements created by Krzesimir Dębski in concert with the Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg under the direction of Scott Lawton at the Nikolaisaal in Potsdam, Germany.
Over his career, he has collaborated with leading representatives of the Polish jazz scene including, among others: Włodzimierz Nahorny, Henryk Miśkiewicz, Andrzej Jagodziński, Tomasz Szukalski, Andrzej Olejniczak, Paweł Perliński, Robert Majewski, Janusz Skowron, Maciej Strzelczyk, Krzesimir Dębski and Janusz Muniak.
Krzesimir Dębski has conducted concerts in which the following international stars performed: José Carreras, Nigel Kennedy, Adam Makowicz, The Canadian Brass, Vadim Repin, Mark O’Connor, Jean-Luc Ponty, John Blake, Ewa Malas-Godlewska and Jose Cura.
He cooperated, among others, with David Murray, Erik Vloeimans, David "Fuzz" Fiuczynski, Peter Cancura, Furio di Castri, Urszula Dudziak, Krzesimir Dębski, Sebastian Szymański, Michał Urbaniak, Janusz Muniak, Tomasz Szukalski, Adam Pierończyk, L.U.C, Tymon Tymański.
Moreover, as a result of the cooperation with a Polish composer Krzesimir Dębski, Krzysztof Poliński also recorded music for a Polish TV series "Ranczo" (2006-2016) as well as movies "Magiczne Drzewo" (2008), "1920 Bitwa Warszawska" (2011), and "Sztos 2" (2011).
Krzesimir Dębski studied composition with Andrzej Koszewski, and conducting with Witold Krzemieński, at the Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań, Poland. Following graduation, Dębski became interested in jazz. Since 1982, as the leader and violinist of the jazz group "String Connection", he has performed in the United States, Canada and over 25 countries in Europe.
He has collaborated with a wide variety of jazz musicians from various continents such as: Sangoma Everett (US, now based in France), Pibo Marquez(Venezuela), Paul Shigihara (Japanese-German), Doudou Gouirand (France), Roman Rahut (Poland), Krzesimir Debski (Poland), and Claude Deppa (South Africa)
She is very keen on improvisation and is also performing a lot of experimental music, jazz and contemporary electronic music in venues such as the 100 Club, the Vortex and Ronnie Scotts among others. She has performed with artists such as Wojciech Karolak, Adam Czerwiński, Yaron Stavi, Piotr Baron, Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski, John Etheridge, Krzesimir Dębski, Robert Majewski and others.
Their concerts combine many forms of music: traditional (folk, Christmas carols), classical (renaissance to contemporary music) and pop hits, often with imitation of musical instruments. Over the years their library has expanded to over 300 works of all styles, composed by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Wacław of Szamotuły, Thomas Tallis, Orlando di Lasso, Thomas Morley, Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, Frederic Chopin, Stanisław Moniuszko, Maurice Ravel, Krzysztof Penderecki, Krzesimir Dębski, Freddie Mercury, The Beatles, Sting, etc.
Kisielin massacre was part of a wave of the Ukrainian OUN-UPA massacres of Poles in Volhynia carried out between 1943 and 1944 during World War II. Among its survivors were parents of Polish composer Krzesimir Dębski, who in the early 2000s accompanied his mother to Kisielin. His trip was featured in Agnieszka Arnold's 2003 movie "Oczyszczenie" ("Cleansing"). Other survivors included also Faustyn Kraszewski, grandfather of Marek Jerzy Minakowski, but at least five killed belonged to his family.
The musical setting for the film constitutes the work of the mentioned Krzesimir Dębski (now a classical composer), inspired by his own borderland memories, especially the excerpts of his Oratorio to the End of Kresy, composed in commemoration of the victims of Polish genocide in Wołyń. The world premiere of his work was held on 17 September 2008, at the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra. The film is not only a story about the murdered Poles of Kisielin. It is also a reflection on the eradication of Polish culture and tradition in the entire region, and the painful legacy that lingers.
On the night of April 22–23, Ukrainian groups, commanded by Ivan Lytwynchuk (aka "Dubovy"), attacked the settlement of Janowa Dolina, killing 600 people and burning down the entire village. Those few who survived were mostly people that found refuge with friendly Ukrainian families. In one of the massacres, in the village of Lipniki, almost the entire family of Mirosław Hermaszewski (Poland's only astronaut) was murdered along with about 180 inhabitants. The attackers murdered the grandparents of composer Krzesimir Dębski, whose parents engaged during the Ukrainian attack on Kisielin. Dębski's parents survived, taking refuge with a friendly Ukrainian family.