Stefan Wesołowski

Composer and violinist, graduate of the French Academie Musicale de Villecroze, associated with the British publisher Mute Song (Nick Cave, Ben Frost, Max Richter and many others), the American Important Records (Pauline Oliveros, Coil, Josef van Wissem) and the French Ici D’ailleurs (Chapelier Fou, Yann Tiersen). 

He is the writer of three well-received solo albums and “Nanook of the North” (2018), recorded with Piotr Kalinski. His album “Rite of the End” was voted the best album of 2017 in the poll of “Gazeta Wyborcza” and the international portal “If Wesołowski lived in the 19th century, he would be in the pages of music history textbooks today,” Jacek Hawryluk of Polish Radio Two wrote about him at the time. The album also gave the composer a nomination for a Polityka’s Passport award. 

An important part of Wesołowski’s work is composing film music. He wrote the music for “Listen to me Marlon” directed by Stevan Riley, a BAFTA-nominated documentary on Marlon Brando, produced by Universal, and HBO’s production of “Love Express. The Disappearance of Walerian Borowczyk” directed by Kuba Mikurda, the historical production “Piłsudski” directed by Michał Rosa, and the web series “Plague chronicles” (by Magda Hueckel and Tomasz Śliwiński). He is currently working on music for a film about Andrzej Żuławski and his “Na Srebrnym Globie” and for an Irish film “Wolf” directed by Nathalie Biancheri starring Lily-Rose Deep and George MacKay. Soon, he will start working on the music for Jagoda Szelc’s new film “Delikatny Balans Terroru.”

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