As a contemporary composer interested in instrumental, vocal, and electro-acoustic music, Przemysław Scheller explores the nature of sound. He is developing various dimensions of time and space, searching for the bond between past and present.
In this journey, he is much inspired by Gregorian chants, early polyphony as well as spectralism.
One of his passions is to collect and play on ethnic instruments, such as didgeridoo, fujara and Hapi-drum, which can be found in his personal collection.
Nem Music Orchestra, Katowice City’s Singers’ Ensemble Camerata Silesia, AUKSO, musikFabrik Koln, Progress Chamber Orchestra, Lorien Trio and many more…
Warsaw Autumn, Musica Polonica Nova, Brand New Music, Janackuv May and many more…
Silesian University in Katowice, Art Departament in Cieszyn, New Media Institute
Tutor of composition, sound synthesis and theory of music on Sound in Video Games faculty
Academy of Music in Katowice, Composition & Theory of Music Departament, Tutor of electro-acoustic music
Prizes and scholarships
- Composers’ Concert of the Year – 1st prize and Public Award
- Generace International Composition Competition in Ostrava – 1st prize & 2nd prize (twice)
- Composition Competition in Gdańsk – 1st prize
- and many more…
- Young Poland Scholar
- Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (twice)
- Adam Mickiewicz Institute & Ensemble musikFabrik (scholarship for workshops)
- Academy of Music in Katowice’s sholarship for best students/doctorants
Przemysław Scheller, Ph. D. – doctorate in composition
2016 - 2017
Mixed Composition Ph. D. Studies
Conservatoire National Supérieur Musique et Danse de Lyon with Michele Tadini
2014 - 2017
Composition Ph. D. Studies
Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice with Jarosław Mamczarski
2008 - 2014
Bachelor & Master in Composition
Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice in Aleksander Lasoń’s class
Conservatoire National Superieur Musique et Danse de Lyon in Philippe Hurel’s class
How the sound is generated, perceived or synthesized?
How can we deceive our perception with audio illusions?
Where is link between music and scientific fields as geometry, neuroscience or psychology?
How the music can be inspired by phycisal phenomenons?
What visual art is telling us?
Photography, history, dreams…
polish, english, french