Hania Rani

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An award-winning Polish pianist, composer and singer, she currently divides her time between Warsaw and Berlin. Her debut album Esja (2019), a fascinating collection of solo piano pieces, was released from Gondwana Records to international acclaim, earning her four prestigious Fryderyk Awards, the Grammys of the Polish music industry. Her second album, Home, released in 2020 by Gondwana Records, earned her the "Best Composer" award from Fryderyk and was included in Rough Trade's "Albums of the Year." With her latest album, Ghosts (2023, Gondwana), Rani blends her musical experiences into one miraculous cosmic world. Rani has always embraced much broader horizons than her classical training as a pianist would suggest. She has extended her interests to other media and areas of the arts: her soundtracks include Amazon Studios' The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart (2023) and she created Room for Listening, a sound and space installation for the Warsaw Architecture Pavilion with the Zmir architecture studio, in which an hour-long composition is looped through twenty-five speakers.