Posted on November 30, 2017

For Symphonic Orchestra

Cosmatesque term refers not only to a medieval style of geometric decorative inlay stonework but also to a developed symbolical system, which represents concepts and ideas of a universe structure thanks to the coded geometry. (more…)

The Unicorn in Captivity


Posted on June 22, 2015

For Flute, Clarinet, Piano, Violin, Violoncello

Performed by Court-Circuit ensemble conducted by David Hurpeau.

Tapestry – a polychromic fabric, was an inspiration for the title of this piece of music, which has a decorative and repetitive character. (more…)



Posted on June 7, 2015

For Euphonium & Electronics

Unusual expression of euphonium fulfills the need of an animalistic sounding. (more…)



Posted on January 22, 2014

For Flute (Piccolo and Alto), Clarinet (both in Bb and Bass), Piano, Violin, Alto, Cello.

This composition explores attacks of sounds, it’s continuity and motion connecting this material in a metaforic way with Acupuncture. (more…)

Pulsus Flatus Vox

Pulsus Flatus Vox

Posted on January 22, 2014

For Flute (both in C and Alto), Clarinet (both in Bb and Bass), Horn, Trumpet, Trombone.

The title Pulsus Flatus Vox (Latin – Rhythm Blow Voice) is derived from the use of musical material. (more…)

plate tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Posted on January 22, 2013

For Accordion and Cello.

Plate Tectonics is a scientific theory describing the colossal motions of Earth’s lithosphere. (more…)

Chartres Cathedral south rose


Posted on January 22, 2012

For string orchestra (9 violins, 3 violas, 3 cellos, double-bass)

The inspiration of Chartres is an insight into Chartres Cathedral south rose, which depicts the Apocalypse according to Saint John. XIIIth century glass window is dominated by images of old-men holding string instruments. (more…)


Posted on January 22, 2012

For Ensemble: Flute, Trumpet, Mezzo Soprano, Harp, Double-bass