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August 7th – Friday – 8:30 pm / the tower of St. Catherine’s Church /
Paweł Hulisz, Emil Miszk / trumpets, Monika Kaźmierczak / carillon/

Ancient Tower Music

Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704)
Preludium z Te Deum, H. 146

H. I. Biber (1655-1704)
12 sonat na 2 trąbki

Jan Thomas Baustetter (ok.1723-1789)
Menuet G-dur (z Księgi carillonowej Ioannesa de Gruyttersa, 1746)

Anonim (XVII w.)
Tabulatura vietoris saeculi – wybór (nry 309, 310, 313, 317)

Chorały na podstawie opracowań z Księgi carillonowej Johanna Ephraima Eggerta (Gdańsk, 1784)
Nun lob mein’ Seel’ den Herren (Sław duszo moja Pana) (opr. E. Miszk)
Komm heilger Geist, Herre Gott (Przyjdź, Duchu Święty, Panie Boże) (opr. P. Hulisz)

Johann Ernst Altenburg (1743-1801)

Jan Thomas Baustetter (ok.1723-1789)
Menuet G-dur (z Księgi carillonowej Ioannesa de Gruyttersa, 1746)

Jerzy Fryderyk Haendel (1685-1759)
Water Music (fragmenty) w wersji na 2 trąbki

Paweł Hulisz (*1975)
Ringing Out (2020)


born 1975
Graduate of Gdańsk Music Academy and Bydgoszcz Music Academy. Started his performing career during his studies, collaborating with the Capella Gedanensis ensemble with whom he has been performing till this day. He also collaborates with Gdynia Music Theatre and with many symphonic and chamber orchestras all over Poland. He performs Baroque and classical music using historical instruments, also performs jazz and pop. Session musician, co-founder of many jazz ensembles. Originator and founder of the band Tubicinatores Gedanenses with whom he gives concerts from church and town hall towers following the old Gdańsk tradition of Turmmusik. Organizer of “Music from Gdańsk towers” festival. Author of several solo albums. As a session musician he has already recorded over 50 albums.
In 2012 he received President of Gdańsk Cultural Stipend. He also works on developing old music prints from 17th and 18th centuries, belonging to the PAN Library in Gdańsk. Hulisz composed the bugle call performed every year to start and end the St. Dominic’s Fair in Gdańsk.


born 1990
Graduate of the the class of trumpet of the Gdańsk Music Academy. Member of numerous groups associated with the Tri-city music scene such as Algorhythm and the Baroque trumpet quartet Tubicinatores Gedanenses. Fryderyk Prize winner for his debut album „Don’t Hesitate!” released in 2018 with his octet Emil Miszk & The Sonic Syndicate. He worked with well-known artists such as Markus Stockhausen, Sławek Jaskułke, Marcin Masecki, Mitch & Mitch. Co- Founder of Alpaka Records, independent music label from Gdansk. Performed on many festivals in Poland and Europe including Jazz Nad Odrą, Jazz Jamboree, Jazz 2016, So What’s Next, IdeeJazz, Jazzahead! Bremen.


Gdańsk carillonist since 2001, graduate of Music Academy in Gdańsk (Theory of Music, Church Music, Choir Conducting) and The Netherlands Carillon School in Amersfoort. She started to play the carillon during courses organized by Gdańsk History Museum run by Gert Oldenbeuving from Holland. Laureate of numerous scholarships, among others the President of Gdańsk Stipend for the best student, Huygens Scholarship from the Dutch government to study in Amersfoort, Cultural Stipend of the City of Gdańsk which resulted in taking master classes in Belgium in Geert D’hollander class.
In 2012, she obtained a doctorate in playing the carillon at the Instrumental Department of the Academy of Music in Gdańsk.
Currently, she is an assistant professor at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk, where she teaches, among others, the carillon. In the years 2011-2015 she was the chairperson of the Polish Carillon Society and in 2006-2017 she conducted the Gdańsk Burghers Choir. Since 2018 she has been nominally performing the function of the city carillonist. She actively organizes concerts in Gdańsk and performs in Poland and all over the world (in Lithuania, France, Belgium, Holland, USA, Ireland and other).