Krakow FMF 2020 – Cinematic Piano – Daniel Bloom

The Krakow Film Music Festival, which will be celebrating its 13th edition from Tuesday, 26th of May to Monday, 1st of June, 2020, unveiled yesterday, Dec 20th, the fourth concert of this edition: Cinematic Piano – Daniel Bloom, that will be celebrated on Thursday, 28/05/2020 – 19:00h, at the ICE Kraków Congress Centre.


With special guests Daniel Bloom and Jacek Borcuch, the program will include music from movies such as Lasting Moments, Dolce Fine Giornata, Tulips or All That I Love, composed by Bloom.


The concert will be performed by Daniel Bloom (synthesizer), Zdzisław Kalinowski (keyboard), Olek Świerkot (electric guitar), Krzysztof Pacan (bass guitar) and Marcin Ułanowski (drums). *Running time: 1 h 15 min (no intermission)


In the words of the organization:

Atmospheric, chamber and electronic concert within Cinematic Piano cycle – Daniel Bloom’s music fills up the ICE Kraków.

Daniel Bloom is a film and electronic music composer and producer. He is the author of soundtracks from such films as Tulips, Kallafiorr and All That I Love, which gained multiple nominations to the Polish Film Awards and Fryderyk Awards, as well as Sundance Film Festival awarded pictures Lasting Moments and Dolce Fine Giornata.

Bloom has been a part of the film world for the last 20 years. Apart from the full-length fiction films, he also composed for such documentaries as Neon, Warsaw: A City Divided as well as Political Dress. On top of that, he writes music for theatre plays. He is the author and producer of his own electronic music albums. The last one, Lovely Fear, got a double nomination for the Fryderyk Awards.

During his concert at the Krakow Film Music Festival, Daniel Bloom will present his most famous film compositions. The evening will be enriched by a special guest – we will share more information about it with the festival fans soon. After this year’s inauguration of the cycle devoted entirely to choral music we decided to expand the original idea. The opening evening of the 13 FMF is marked not only by the compositions that were intended to highlight the vocal performance from the get-go, but also by the themes initially created for an instrumental ensemble or with the use of electronic instruments – reimagined and arranged to fit the occasion.


Tickets for this concert can be found at the Eventim ticket portal and at InfoKraków Tourist Information Points, with prices between 60-100 PLN (14-24 €):


The rest of the main program of the festival will be revealed in the following weeks, with announcements on 23, and 31 December 2019, and 2 January 2020. SoundTrackFest will keep track of these announcements, and will give you additional information as soon as it is available.


Below is the list of concerts announced so far:


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