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[Piotr Grella-Możejko’s] First Piano Sonata (horyzont zapomnienia) was of immense difficulty and one wonders if it needs to be so tough. But… it brims with silver-streaked beauty and visceral power.
John Charles, THE EDMONTON SUN

…Piotr Grella-Możejko’s Kyrie for English horn, bass clarinet, bassoon, horn and ‘cello showed a deep and uncompromising language.
Hans-Theodor Wohlfahrt,  THE PARIS NEW MUSIC REVIEW

Maybe the most “intense” or modern piece is by Piotr Grella-Możejko. Entitled dreamtide, it’s for clarinet, violin and marimba. [It is] very slow, lots of atmosphere, and with very interesting colour… When you look at the score you can’t tell what it’s going to sound like. But when you start rehearsing you hear how effective it is. It really has a timeless effect. And [Grella-Możejko’s] scores are so beautifully clear in terms of his manuscript hand.
John Charles, THE EDMONTON SUN

Grella-Możejko’s Numen in its organ/bass clarinet version is stunning.
John S. Gray, THE WHOLENOTE MAGAZINE

…river to the ocean… is a haunting and colorful journey with an organic formal process (even the jarringly bright major chords sound natural and justified, although surprising)
Jay Batzner, SEQUENZA21

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