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14.07 – Friday – 8:30 pm

/ the tower of St Catherine’s Church /

Prelude – students’ concert

Urtė Krutkevičiūtė

Ignas Vydeika

Vilius Aleinikovas

Witold Maciak

Antoni Ziober

Zuzanna Wężyk


Witold Maciak (Warszawa)

Philip Glass (*1937)
Glassworks: I. Opening (opr. J. den Engelsman)

Geert D’hollander (*1965)
Ludus Modalis I: Melody

Geert D’hollander
Wellesley Studies: A Melancholic Song (duet z Ignasem Vydeiką)

Improwizacja (duet z Ignasem Vydeiką na saksofonie)

Vilius Aleinikovas (Kłajpeda, Litwa)

Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)

Pavana Śpiącej Królewny z cyklu Ma Mère l’Oye (Moja matka gęś, opr. G. Bodden) duet z Ignasem Vydeiką

Geert D’hollander

Ludus Modalis I: Dreaming

Improwizacja na temat pieśni litewskich i harmonii ravelowskich

Antoni Ziober (carillon), Zuzanna Wężyk (gitara)

Zuzanna Wężyk (*1995)

El Tridente

I. Goodbye

II. Akoustikí

III. Akaneiro (Tribute to Krzysztof Benkowski)

* Zrealizowano ze środków Miasta Gdańska w ramach Stypendium Kulturalnego

Urtė Krutkevičiūtė (Kłajpeda, Litwa)

Yann Tiersen (*1970)

Comptine d’un Autre Été (opr. K. van Assche) duet z Viliusem Aleinikovasem

ok. godz. 21.15

Kamil Cieślik (*1991)

Opowieści Fontanny Heweliusza (2016) na carillon, elektronikę i Fontannę Heweliusza


Harpsichordist, composer, currently studying at ZPSM nr 1 in Warsaw.

He learned to play the carillon during lessons and courses at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk (Monika Kaźmierczak, Eddy Mariën, Gert Oldenbeuving, Christiaan Winter).

Witold is interested in connecting two worlds of early and contemporary music, often using both electronic and historical instruments and analysing them from the perspective of microtonality.


First year saxophone student at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. He has been play the carillon since 2019. In that time, he has participated in multiple festivals including last year’s Gdańsk Carillon Festival. Currently, he studies carillon with Monika Kaźmierczak.


began his music studies in Klaipėda, Eduardas Balsys gymnasium of arts, where he studied choir conducting (teacher Zita Kariniauskienė). In 2020, he became a prize winner in the X Republican Young Conductors competition. In 2021 Vilius won 2nd prize at the Republican Juozas Naujalis Young Choir Conductor competition. Since the fall of 2021, Vilius has been continuing conducting studies at the National M. K. Čiurlionis school of arts under the guidance of the principal conductor at the Lithuania National Opera and Ballet theater, Ričardas Šumila. Vilius’ passions are history, arts, especially music, the making and restoration of musical instruments. Painting and piano improvisation are other passions Vilius enjoys.


(born in 2003 in Mostyska, Lviv Oblast) – graduated from the Mostyska Secondary School with Polish as the language of instruction and Mostyska Art School in piano and guitar classes. He is a graduate of the Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk specialising in Church Music. He learned how to play the carillon from the Gdańsk carillonist Dr. Monika Kaźmierczak. He performed during carillon concerts in the tower of St. Catherine’s Church and the Main Town Hall.


Guitarist, composer and vocalist. Originally from Gdańsk, where she started her musical path and education. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree at the University Mozarteum Salzburg where she was improving her classical guitar skills. 

Also, Zuzanna has studied Composing for Film and TV at Kingston University London. Currently, she is focusing on songwriting, composing and collaborating with various musicians and projects all over the world, such as: 'EP 2020′ and 'I Was Melting That Way / ULGA’ released with British collective Acid Grass Records; ’With Dylan On The Road’ (Austria / Spain) supported by The International Society of Mozarteum University Salzburg;  AMP Kingston – Art, Music, Pop Fashion;  ’STYLOPHONIKA’ with Kingston University Stylophone Orchestra (London).

Specially for the Gdańsk’s Carillon Festival, Zuzanna presents a rare music composition – for classical guitar and carillon. Her creative process has been awarded with the Cultural Scholarship of the City of Gdańsk.


A Highschool student from Klaipėda Vydūnas gymnasium, Lithuania who likes to engage in various musical activities such as playing the piano, singing in a choir and an ensemble and writing reviews about musical pieces.

Urtė started her carillon journey in September 2022 by joining the “Atrask Karilioną” (Discover the Carillon) program in Klaipėda, which is hosted by her teacher Monika Kazmierczak.

Urtė aspires to surround herself with the world of music even after school and wishes to work in the music and sound engineering industry. She loves to learn musical theory and practice by participating in different activities.