componist

Chmielewska, Aleksandra

Aleksandra Chmielewska, born in Warsaw (1993), a Polish composer of the young generation. She graduated in composition by the Fryderyk Chopin Music University in Warsaw, she is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice and a chair of the Young Composers Society of Poland.
She creates orchestral, chamber and choral music, that has been performed in Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Germany, Slovenia, USA, Hungary, Austria, India by such musicians as Symphony Orchestre of Lviv, Symphony Orchestre of Lublana, Leopoldinum Orchestre, Choir of Narodowe Forum Muzyki, Vogler Quartett, E-MEX Ensemble, Polish Chamber Choir and many others.
Since she studied History of Arts, she is particularly interested in connections between music and visual arts – that is why her compositions are often program music. Currently she is working on her Ph.D. dissertation – an opera about the life of Frida Kahlo.
Aleksandra Chmielewska is also a writer. In 2014 her debut novel „Uczeń Czarnoksiężnika” was released. She also created a radio play for children „Tam gdzie mieszka cisza”, that received numerous awards in Poland.
Her music was released by such labels as NFM recordings, Dux, Chopin University Press. Her publisher is Donemus.