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25.08 – Friday – 8:30 pm

Jan Hevelius square

Closing concert: The Shapes of Water

The performance will be accompanied by a live fountain show.

Carillon Electric Orchestra
(Gdańsk, Poland):

Emil Miszk – trumpet,
Tomasz Chyła
– violin,
Mikołaj Basiukiewicz
– synthesizers,
Sławek Koryzno
– drums,
Monika Kaźmierczak
– mobile carillon

Radek Pettke – Hevelius fountain performance 


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

-Spring Morning

Emil Miszk (*1990)
The Shapes of Water (fragmenty – premiera)

*Zrealizowano ze środków Miasta Gdańska w ramach Stypendium Kulturalnego.

Tomasz Chyła (*1989)
Before the end (Przed końcem)


began his musical education in 1998 and leads a very concert-rich life and finds himself well in many musical spheres. His style is based on the clash of two opposite energies- on the one hand, traditional identity, on the other, total freedom. This is the result of cooperation with such artists as Markus Stockhausen, John Medeski, John Scofield, Will Vinson, and many others. Co-creates the PESH, BLED, Tomasz Chyła Quintet, Michał Bąk Quartetto, and the historical ensemble Tubicinatores Gedanenses. He is the founder of the octet Emil Miszk & The Sonic Syndicate, with whom he recorded three albums: Don’t Hesitate! (2018), Artificial Stupidity (2020), and Scratches for 8 Musicians – Live at Polish Radio (2022). All these releases were met with great acclaim by the audience and critics alike. Additionally, he is a co-founder of the independent record label Alpaka Records. 

In 2019 he won the most prestigious award in the music industry in Poland – the prize of the Fryderyk Phonographic Academy in the category Jazz Debut of the Year for the album „Don’t Hesitate!”.


conductor, violinist, composer from the small town of Strzepcz. Strongly engaged in Wejherowo and Tricity artistic circles. Active in jazz and choral music. He graduated from the Stanisława Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk, Faculty of Choral Conducting, Church Music, Art Education, Eurhythmics and Jazz, majoring in Artistic Education in the field of Musical Art – spec. choir conducting, as well as Jazz and Stage Music direction Jazz Vocalism, Jazz Instrumentalism – spec. jazz violins. In October 2020, he received a PhD in Musical Arts at the Stanisława Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk.

With his own jazz quintet, „Tomasz Chyła Quintet,” he won the 1st prize during the 9th European Music Integrations in Żyrardów in 2013 and the Grand Prix at the 40th International Competition of Young Jazz Bands Jazz Juniors in Krakow in 2016. With the ensemble, Tomasz Chyła Quintet, he released four albums: „Eternal Entropy” 2017, (nomination of the Phonographic Academy for the Fryderyk 2017 music award in the Jazz Music category, nomination: Phonographic Debut of the Year), „Circlesongs” 2018, (nomination of the Phonographic Academy for the Fryderyki 2018 music award in the Jazz Music category for the best jazz album of the year) Tomasz Chyła Quintet – Live at Polish Radio 3, 2019, and „da Vinci” in Alpaka Records in 2021.

He was individually nominated for the „Fryderyki” award. In 2019, in the Jazz Music category, as the jazz artist of the year. In 2020, he received the Grand Prix Jazz Melomani award in the ” Hope of Jazz” category.

In addition to his activity as an instrumentalist, he is successful in the field of choral music. In 2011, he co-founded the vocal ensemble Art’n’Voicesz, which is successful at national and international competitions and festivals, including: Legnica Cantat in Legnica, Mundus Cantat in Sopot, Festival of Songs about the Sea in Wejherowo, Polifonico Internzionale Guidod 'Arezzow Arezzo (Italy), Music Everywhere in Gdańsk, International Choir Festival „For the Golden Ribbon of Solczy” in Eišiškės (Lithuania). He also recorded five albums with the ensemble. For the latest release, „Midnight Stories”, they received the award of the Phonographic Academy, Fryderyk 2021 in the category „Contemporary Music”.

In 2015, he became the conductor of the Chamber Female Choir at I LO in Kościerzyna with which he participates in the nationwide project Choral Academy – Singing Poland. The choir won a number of awards at regional and national competitions, including Festival of Songs about the Sea in Wejherowo, Pomeranian Festival of Lenten Songs in Kielno, Regional Competitions as part of the Singing Poland project.
Since January 2016, he has been leading the Mixed Choir of Cantores Veiherovienses, which won awards at many festivals of national and international rank, including Festival of Advent and Christmas Songs „MundusCantat” in Sopot, Festival of Songs about the Sea in Wejherowo, National Competition of Christmas Carols and Pastorales in Chełmno, International Music Festival. J. Świder in Cieszyn, International Festival of Religious Music them. S. Ormiński in Rumia.
He is the originator and artistic director of the National Sacred Song Festival „Pater Noster”, which takes place in his hometown, Strzepcz. Strong ties with the Linia district resulted in writing a book about the activities of the Pieciolinia Choir from Linia. The book was published in 2017. Currently, he is the vice-president of the Association of Young Artists of the Wejherowo Region and the Art of Freedom foundation.


Pianist, keyboardist, composer, arranger. Born 16 June 1993 in Elbląg, currently residing in Gdańsk. He graduated with honours from the class of Prof. Włodzimierz Nahorny at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk. Education in the fields of classical music and academic knowledge of improvised music allows him to perform in various styles. His work ethic is characterized by versatility and uncompromising pursuit of sonic goals.

He released 5 albums. He gives concerts in Poland and other European countries. He has collaborated with with: Daniel Nosewicz, Łukasz „L.U.C.” Rostkowski, Sarsa, Patrycja Gola, Jan Konopa’s Big Band, Vincent, Atelier Theater and Musical Theaters in Gdynia, Łódź, Toruń. He co-created musical projects such as: 12 Stones, Rebel Babel Ensemble, Tribute to Justin Timberlake or „Kamiszczi” by Paweł Ruszkowski. Currently, he collaborates with Emil Miszek (The Sonic Syndicate and Carillon Electric Orchestra), Łukasz Juźko, MaJLo and Olędzka. He is the music director of the show ONCE (2021) at the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Musical Theatre.


drummer associated with Tri-City music scene. Master’s degree in jazz drums at Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk (Poland). In 2010-2011, he studied at ESMAE in Porto (Portugal) under the supervision of the American drummer Michael Lauren.

Currently working on many projects such as Algorhythm, Tomasz Chyła Quintet, Leszek Możdżer Quartet, Michał Bąk Quartetto, Emil Miszk & The Sonic Syndicate, Jan Konop Big Band, Nene Heroine.

Winner and laureate of Polish and international jazz contests such as: Jazz Juniors, Krokus Jazz Festiwal, Blue Note Poznan Competition, European Jazz Contest, Sax Club Ucho Gdynia, RCK Pro Jazz, Nowy Tomyśl Big Band Festiwal and many others.

He collaborated with musicians such as: Zbigniew Namysłowski, Leszek Możdżer, Adam Pierończyk, Sławek Jaskułke, Leszek Kułakowski, Jerzy Małek. He performed at international festivals such as: Fara Music Jazz Festival (Italy), Ni CaJazz Festiwal (Spain), Polish Jazz Festival in Budapest (Hungary), Beijing Nine Gates International Jazz Festival (China), Changchun Jazz Festival (China), Hitch On Music Jazz International Exchange, Jazz Juniors, Jazz Nad Odrą, Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa, Enter Enea Festival.

Nominated for annual award in Polish music – FRYDERYK: 2018 Jazz Album of the Year („Mandala” Algorhythm); 2018 New Act of the Year („Eternal Entropy” Tomasz Chyła Quintet); 2019 Jazz Album of the Year („Circlesongs” Tomasz Chyła Quintet).


is a city carillonist of Gdańsk (Poland). She is a graduate of the Academy of Music in Gdańsk (Theory of Music, Church Music, Choir Conducting) and the Netherlands Carillon School in Amersfoort (studies with Arie Abbenes and Bernard Winsemius). During her studies, she received several scholarships, including the Mayor of Gdansk’s scholarship for the best student in the department (2002) and the Huyghens scholarship from the Dutch government (2003/2004) to study with Arie Abbenes and Bernard Winsemius. In 2007, thanks to a cultural scholarship from the City of Gdańsk, she took masterclasses from Geert D’hollander in Belgium. She teaches carillon and other courses at the Academy of Music in Gdansk. Monika is the laureate of several international carillon competitions and a finalist of the 2008 Queen Fabiola competition. As a performer, she is internationally in demand, playing concerts across Lithuania, the Netherlands, Belgium, USA, France, Denmark and Ireland. She collaborates on creative projects such as performing solo recitals for the acclaimed early music festival Actus Humanus in Gdańsk, premiering and recording pieces by leading Polish composers for Polish Music Editions, and performing regularly with tower trumpeters, top Gdańsk jazz players.

Monika is the founder and director of ongoing musical initiatives such as the Gdańsk Carillon Festival. Since 2012, Monika has held a doctor of arts degree, specialising in carillon playing. She also conducted the Gdansk Burgers’ Choir (Chór Mieszczan Gdańskich) for 11 years and was a president of the Polish Carillon Society. In 2021, Monika was awarded the highest cultural prize in her city: Splendor Gedanensis and received the bronze medal for merit to culture – Gloria Artis. In 2022 her solo album, Contemporary Carillon, released by Polish Music Editions (Anaklasis series), was nominated for the most prestigious musical award in Poland – the Fryderyk Award.