//Sound of MOCAK Summer 2020//
Sound of MOCAK Summer 2020
In July and August, Leszek ‘Hefi’ Wiśniowski together with students from the Music Academy and pupils from B. Rutkowski School of Music in Krakow will produce in MOCAK grounds the sound installation Sound of MOCAK Summer 2020.
The artist plays the bass clarinet and, like students and pupils – the flute and also improvises. The project complements the phonographic landscape of the Museum. The work is intended to provide a backdrop set firmly in the aesthetics, which will resonate with the MOCAK architecture, the visitors t and the natural sounds of the surroundings. The project will take place in July and August, but specific days and times are not set.
Leszek ‘Hefi’ Wiśniowski – flutist, saxophonist, clarinetist and composer. He mainly plays jazz and contemporary music. He conducts a flute class in the field of jazz music at the Department of Contemporary Jazz and Percussion at the Academy of Music in Krakow. He is a member of the American National Flute Association and the Muzyka Centrum association. He recorded four records of his own music and participated in making 30 others. He has made solos for the soundtracks of nine films with music by Krzesimir Dębski and Zygmunt Konieczny. He works closely with Jamie Baum and Robert Dick, world-famous for world-famous in jazz and avant-garde flute music. He has performed and recorded in Asia, America and Europe.