Dariusz Mazurowski is a Polish electroacoustic music composer, producer and performer born and residing in Gdansk. His works combine traditional analog instruments with the sonic potential of digital technology and computers, processed microphone recordings, samples. His compositional approach is dynamic in that it involves live electronics and live sound diffusion across multi-speaker systems. Mazurowski’s music has been broadcast by various radio stations all over the world, and he has performed at festivals and other events in Europe, North America, South America and Asia. His installations, visual works and graphics have been exhibited worldwide in numerous galleries. Recent performances / exhibitions include : Audio Art (Krakow 2012 – 2018), MUSICACOUSTICA (Beijing 2012, 2018), Resonance (Krakow 2013), ohrenhoch der Geräuschladen (a sound gallery in Berlin, 2012, 2014), Echofluxx14 (Prague 2014), LEMESG (Saint Petersburg 2014), Music for No Tape / ERARTA (Saint Petersburg 2014),

ICMC / SMC (Athens 2014), Cross-Art 2015 (Saint Petersburg 2015), CIME 2015 (Lisbon), MUSLAB 2015 (Buenos Aires), NYCEMF 2016 (New York), Visiones Sonoras 2016 (Morelia / Mexico), MUSLAB 2016 (Mexico), NYCEMF 2017 (New York), TIES 2017 (Toronto), CIME 2017 (Moscow), the Brussels Electronic Marathon 2017, Screen&Sound 2017 (Krakow), MUSLAB 2017 (Mexico), Festival de Arte Nuevo 2017 (Chihuahua, Mexico), Vox Electronica 2018 (Lviv), EM-VISIA 2018 (Kyiv), Electroacoustic Spring 2018 (Rethymnon, Crete), NYCEMF 2018 (New York), digitIZMir / 4 (Izmir, Turkey), IV Accordion Festival (Krakow), Screen&Sound 2018 (Krakow), ICMC / NYCEMF 2019 (New York), Approaches 2019 (Gdansk), Acousmonium / CIME 2019 (Krakow), Electroacústica del mundo: Polonia 2019 (Mexico) and others. His compositions has been released on numerous discs, including “Pseudaria / Divertimento”, “Different Types of Fallacies”, “Back in Time”, “Non Acoustic Symphony”, “Hidden Dimensions”.

One of Many Prague Novembers. Short etude assembled from selected parts, excerpts and textures taken form the large scale (40 minutes long) radiophonic work 30 Novembers, commissioned by the Czech Radio, to celebrate 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution.