Described as “always poetic” and “twittering with excitable circuitry,” composer Gregory Lenczycki’s work explores the rhythms of space and the architecture of sound. His music is often self-referential, drawing from an archive of apocryphal code, irregular sequences, and obscure melodies that are weaved together in lyric cycles. Recent premieres include Miniature for String Quartet No. 6, his requiem You Are Not Alone, a setting of Percy Bysshe Shelley’s 1817 poem Mont Blanc for soprano, clarinet, tuba, and live electronics, the opera Brainchild II and the symphonic tone poem Things I am not fully aware of.
Lenczycki’s music is available at gregorylenczycki.bandcamp.com.