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Zbigniew Lampart

Zbigniew Lampart


Zbigniew A. Lampart, composer, organist, music critic, journalist, born March 21, 1953 in Kraków. He studied composition and music theory under the direction of Bogusław Schaeffer and playing the organ in the class of Jan Jargoń at the Krakow Academy of Music, graduating in 1977, obtaining two diplomas with distinction. In addition, he undertook post-graduate studies in art criticism at the Jagiellonian University, and also – with an Austrian Government scholarship - he completed a yearlong course in composition at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Vienna with Roman Haubenstock-Ramati. In the years 1977 to 1982 he collaborated with the Kraków Academy of Music, where he taught in the Department of Organ and Harpsichord, and the Department of Music Education. In the ‘80s his work included musical criticism, editing and journalism. He has given organ recitals in the country and abroad.

For a certain period he exclusively wrote theatre and film music. In the years 1988-90 he was musical director in the Ludwik Solski Theatre in Tarnów. He later he returned to the journalism profession and worked in the press office of the City of Kraków, leading the promotion department for Kraków Opera. In 2000 he founded his own company dealing with public relations, promotion and dissemination of art and culture. For several years he worked intensively on the development of Polish democracy as editor of independent newspapers. Currently he works exclusively as a composer, pianist and arranger, occasionally engaging in educational activities related to stage and theatre music.

Zbigniew A. Lampart has won seven composition competitions, from which he has received ten awards and distinctions. In 1984 he received a scholarship of the President of Kraków, and in 1997 he was granted a scholarship by the Ministry of Culture and the Arts, which allowed him to write the chamber oratorio Dodekalogos, or the Wisdom of Ecclesiastes (1998).