Stanford University cordially invites you to “I Say It Burns: Poet / post-rock musician Grzegorz Kwiatkowski in Conversation with Cynthia Haven”. The meeting will be held on Friday, October 8.
Oxford Philosophy Professor Paul Lodge hosts an evening with legendary music journalists Sylvie Simmons and David Fricke, BBC Radio 6 DJ Gideon Coe, and poet and musician Grzegorz Kwiatkowski.
Ploughing up this Garden of Good Intentions, like some industrial digger carving through a site of special scientific interest, were Trupa Trupa. The four piece rock band from Gdansk have a formidable new record in the offing, and we got the odd number: poppier and more direct in approach.
Speaking to those with excellent taste, My Favourite Album connects with musicians around the globe to ask about the records that inspire them. We are very pleased to talk to Grzegorz Kwiatkowski, leader of experimental rockers Trupa Trupa.
Gig alert! Or, rather, double gig alert! Join us at our two German gigs at the great Haldern Pop Festival. See you next week on the 13th and 14th of August in Rees!
The Galicia Jewish Museum invites to a meeting with Grzegorz Kwiatkowski devoted to the book “Karl Heinz M.”. The meeting will be chaired by Professor Karen Underhill from the University of Illinois in Chicago. The event will be online and will take place on Friday, July 2nd at 18.00.
Witness Trupa Trupa’s postpunk triptych in the video for “Fitzcarraldo”.
The music made by Gdańsk’s Trupa Trupa covers a wide range, both musically and emotionally. “Fitzcarraldo,” from their 2020 EP I’ll Find, is more on the blissed-out side of things, juxtaposing nimble guitar melodies with an airy musical backdrop. The brand-new video (also available below) finds the band crossing the United States, and includes some footage shot at their show at Union Pool.
The Program in Jewish Studies and the Department of English at Johns Hopkins University are pleased to present an afternoon of poetry and conversation with the Polish poet and musician Grzegorz Kwiatkowski, whose poetry (along with the music he performs with his band, Trupa Trupa) address issues of historical memory and forgetting, especially around fascism and the murder of Polish Jews during the Nazi period. In addition to offering a reading of his poems, Kwiatkowski will be joined by two U.S.-based respondents, Zackary Sholem Berger and Karen Underhill, who will engage him in conversation about the state of poetry and the arts in contemporary Poland as well as the political and social role of poetry and popular music more generally.