This Friday, November 5, Julie Gayet announced the disappearance of the Polish composer Joanna Bruzdowicz. On Instagram, she wanted to pay tribute to him.
On November 3, 2021, Polish composer Joanna Bruzdowicz passed away. Julie Gayet was very touched by this disappearance and wanted to pay tribute to the musician who left at the age of 78. On Instagram, she posted a video of the artist that she accompanied with the caption: “Joanna Bruzdowicz May 17, 1943 – November 03, 2021 passed away yesterday… She will be missed.“She added sad little emoticons and hearts.”Agnès Varda’s favorite composer, From Without Roof, No Law to the Beaches by Agnes, the Polish artist does not have to be ashamed of the comparison with his male counterparts. Yet her work, like that of many great designers, is too rarely valued. Twin Sisters laid their stone in the building to repair the oblivion by inviting them to give a masterclass in June, in Rochefort“she continued.
Julie Gayet also shared a portrait of Joanna Bruzdowicz in which she tells a part of the life of the composer. “She is the only woman selected among the 12 composers invited to create the new Vatican Hymn,” she writes. She adds: “She passed away peacefully in her recording studio in the French Pyrenees. She leaves behind three sons: Mark, Jan and Jörg Tittel and four grandchildren. ”
An extraordinary fate
Joanna Bruzdowicz was born in Warsaw and wrote her first concerto at the age of six. As an adult, she left for Paris and wrote a thesis for the University of the Sorbonne, devoted to “Mathematics and Logic in contemporary music”. As Julie Gayet explained, the composer has collaborated with director Agnès Varda on numerous occasions. Joanna Bruzdowicz was also the only woman selected from among 12 composers invited to create the new Vatican Hymn and founded the Ceret Classical Music Festival. An extraordinary fate, for the pianist and composer whose death was announced by the media France Music this November 5.