Idealistic Festival in Copenhagen and Warsaw
This cross-country music festival is a genre-free platform for international exchange of independent artists and labels. It is driven by two the Polish artists Kamil Piotrowicz and Szymon Pimpon Gąsiorek, who both graduated from the Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen.
The visions behind the Idealistic Festival are to set music free from the constraints of genres and audience expectations, to create unique experiences for both the artists as well as the audience.
This first edition of the festival will revolve around the exchange between Poland and Denmark, where the festival will have its first days in Copenhagen on the 16th – 17th of October and then it moves to Warsaw for the last days on the 18th – 19th.
Three Danish artists will be performing in Warsaw during the two days:
Lawaai this Danish/Polish/Belgian trio plays an interesting variant of improvisational jazz ranging from the subtle, intricate and atmospheric to the roaring, repetitive and intense.
Kasper Tranberg plays warm and experimental jazz, when he plays his “Suite Cobra” – an intriguing mix of composition, improvisation and poetry.
Sofie Birch plays experimental electronic music with a dream-like vibe and ambient feel to it, inspired by her dreams and above all nature.
Below you will find an interview made by Danish Cultural Institute in Poland with Kamil Piotrowicz and Szymon Pimpon Gąsiorek about the festival and their time in Denmark:
Festival starts in 9 days!An interview film with Duński Instytut Kultury/Danish Cultural Institute in Poland
Posted by Idealistic Festival on Sunday, 6 October 2019