Piotr Grella-Możejko

Piotr Grella-Możejko, composer, literary scholar, essayist, reviewer, translator; also: professional graphic artist and pianist. Born in Bytom, Poland and living in Canada since 1989, Grella-Możejko holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta (supervisor: Jonathan Hart; teachers included Edward Blodgett, Uri Margolin, Edward Mozejko, Paul Robberecht, and the late Milan Dimić); an MMus in Composition degree from the same university, where he studied with Alfred Fisher, Henry Klumpenhouwer and the late Christopher Lewis; and an MA degree in Political Sciences from the University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland (supervisor: Prof Anna Mielczarek-Bober). He also took private composition courses with the late Prof Edward Bogusławski and Prof Bogusław Schaeffer. In 1994, Grella-Możejko was the only Canadian selected to participate in the prestigious “June in Buffalo” Festival and Conference, where he attended lectures by and master classes with Milton Babbitt, Donald Erb, David Felder, Lukas Foss, Roger Reynolds, and Charles Wuorinen. More

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Piotr Grella-Możejko

Bytom (Poland), 1961

Residence: Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)

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