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Michal Mierzejewski & Sinfonietta Consonus

Michal Mierzejewski
Born on December 17th, 1989 in Olsztyn.
Composer, arranger, conductor, founder of the orchestra Sinfonietta Consonus. In 2010, he started his studies at the Academy of Music in Gdansk (major - composition).
Michal Mierzejewski actively participates in various international music projects. He works with many artists from around the world. He specializes in contemporary music, film and chamber music, orchestrations and elaborations. In field of pop music he works with bands like Affector or Bad Salad.

His major works include: Requiem for a Friend for symphony orchestra and choir (10-piece tribute to a deceased friend), the orchestral suite "Love", Guitar Concerto No. 1, Piano Concerto No. 1, Violin Concerto No. 1, Cello Concerto No. 1 (all are 3-piece), Concertino for soprano saxophone and orchestra, Action Score pieces - "Tribute", "Honor", "Adventure", "Important Dreams" and many other pieces and elaborations for symphony orchestras, chamber orchestras and chamber ensembles. He is the founder of the symphonic orchestra Sinfonietta Consonus. On January 23rd, 2009 in a concert hall "Auditorium Musicum", the Feliks Nowowiejski OSM I and II degree in Gdansk, he - accompanied by the orchestra - held his first concert as a composer.

In October 2009, during the Janina Garścia Contest for Young Composers in Kraków, he received an award for composition "Schizophrenia" for string orchestra. Michal’s work has been noticed and appreciated by artists such as Mike Portnoy, Neal Morse, Jordan Rudess, and many others.

Sinfonietta Consonus
The founder of the orchestra is Michal Mierzejewski. The orchestra was founded in October 2008. The orchestra consists mainly of students of the Academy of Music in Gdansk. The orchestra takes part in projects organized by Michal Mierzejewski, Ariel Ludwiczak and Wioletta Jedynak.