The Polish composer Szymon Brzóska graduated from the Music Academy in Poznan, as well as the Royal Flemish Conservatory in Antwerp. Szymon’s particular interest in the synergy between music, contemporary dance, theatre and cinema led him to participate in numerous collaborative projects across various art forms.
He worked with many award-winning choreographers (Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, David Dawson, Maria Pages, Vladimir Malakhov, New Movement Collective, Kaya Kołodziejczyk), acclaimed orchestras and musicians (Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden, Het Balletorkest, Le Concert d’Apollon, Patrizia Bovi,) and reputed dance companies (Het Nationale Ballet, Semperoper Ballett, GöteborgsOperans Danskompani, Cedar Lake Company, Eastman). Contemporary dance performances with his music have been presented in the most prestigious venues around the world such as Sadler’s Wells Theatre, Sydney Opera House, Lincoln Centre and BAM in New York, Semperoper in Dresden, Esplanade in Singapore as well as at the Festival D’Avignon. Szymon’s autonomous compositions were performed during the music @ venture festival in Antwerp, Festival of Polish Piano Music in Słupsk, Biennale Ars Polonia in Opole, Sounds New Contemporary Music Festival in Canterbury, Tehran International Contemporary Music Festival and En Avant Mars Festival in Gent.
Szymon composed the music for the pieces Windows and Three Ages.