Member Profile: Ewa Trebacz
EWA TRĘBACZ (pronounced "Eva Trembatch") is a Polish-American composer, digital artist, and violinist living in Seattle. Her current artistic explorations are oriented towards immersive media. She often uses space as a catalyst for improvisation, working through Ambisonic recording sessions in acoustically inspiring spaces. Her works range from purely instrumental compositions, to compositions with computer realized sound with live performance, to sound tracks for animated films, to experimental stereoscopic video. Ewa holds Masters’ degree in Music Composition from the Kraków Academy of Music in Poland, and Ph.D. from the University of Washington Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS), where she now works as a Research Scientist. Her works have been presented, performed and broadcast internationally. In 2009, her large scale work "things lost things invisible" for Ambisonic space and orchestra was recognized by the 56th UNESCO International Rostrum of Composers in Paris.