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Amanuel Zarzowski

Studied music composition & computer music in Poland & Germany where he was given the opportunity  to compose a variety of works for ensemble, soloists and organizations. In early 2003, he became pupil of Maestro Elliott Carter during a contemporary composition master class in NYC. In 2008 Zarzowski was commissioned to write a 15 minute piece by the San Diego UHA Arts festival in San Diego California titled "Nunc Licet" for Cello, Violin, Piano and Electronics. In November of 2008, Zarzowski was also invited to participate in the music composition master class provided by the Budapest Academy in Hungary. There he was commissioned to write 's-Hertogenbosch for Violin, Viola, Cello, Piano, Clarinet & Flute, for the Contemporary Classical Almere Dutch Sextet. In September of 2009, the Hispanic Theatre of San Diego and founder Jesus Sierra Oliva commissioned "Songs & Arias" for La Divina, an Opera celebrating the American Born Greek Soprano Maria Callas.  Zarzowski has been collaborating with Modern Dance Choreographers and Schools in Poland since 2008. In 2009, Zarzowski was invited to write music for a major studio in Los Angeles where he composed for commercial projects, gaining experience in music for TV and movies. In 2014 Zarzowski was invited to be the Composer in Residence for a concert series called STEIN 2.0, where he currently premiers original works. In 2015 Zarzowski was offered to be Artistic Director of the Non profit Organization STEIN 2.0.

Currently, Amanuel Zarzowski is actively re-exploring the multidimensional interactions between vibrations and manipulating the natural arithmetical relation between the unexpressed but intended, and the unintentionally expressed.

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