Global Music Company Poly Music releases new music albums in the United States. Poly Music has recorded mainly world-class fine arts, such as contemporary music and traditional music of Asia. Representative musicians include German musician Roland Breitenfeld, Korean contemporary music composer Sukhi Kang, and French renown conductor and composer Pierre Bullez and so on.
Leading global music company of Classical and contemporary music and authentic traditional music in Asia
Poly Music album ‘Nirmanakaya’ was Sukhi Kang’s one of the most representative pieces. Nirmanakaya means the third aspect of the trikāya and the physical manifestation of a buddha in time and space. Sukhi Kang (1934~) composed the piece for improvisational forms for piano, vocals, cello originally. Kang He graduated from the Seoul National University College of Music, and continued his studies in Germany at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Hannover, as well as at the Technische Universität and Musik Hochschule in Berlin. Kang became professor of composition at Seoul National University serving there for almost 20 years until his retirement in 2000. He has been awarded numerous international prizes and honors, such as being selected for the International Rostrum of Composers, Paris, UNESCO in 1976. Kang has been actively involved in international musical life as an organizer and director of music festivals such as the Seoul Contemporary Music festival and the Experimental Music Festival “Inventionen” in Berlin. He was music director of the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games closing ceremony, and has been codirector of the Mosaico Festival with Krzysztof Penderecki in Kraków, Poland. Many of Kang’s major works have been performed worldwide with renowned orchestras.
Roland Breitenfeld is a German electronic music expert and composer. He studied musicology in 1974/75 at the Martin-Luther-University in Halle. In 1978 he began to study composition with Paul-Heinz Dittrich in Zeuthen and further with Wilfried Krätzschmar at the music academy in Dresden Since 1984 Roland Breitenfeld continued his studies at the state music academy in Freiburg with Klaus Huber (composition), Emmanuel Nunes (composition) and Mesias Maiguashca (electronic and computer music). Intermediately, he worked for various music publishers, e.g. for Ricordi, Milano from 1987 to 1993 (edition of scores of works with live-electronics by Luigi Nono in cooperation with the Experimental-Studio of the Heinrich-Strobel-Foundation at the Südwestfunk (SWF) in Freiburg. Up until Nono’s death, Roland Breitenfeld and Luigi Nono developed a close working relationship. In 1994 he was awarded a scholarship of the Foundation Kulturfond Berlin, and in 1995/96 accepted a scholarship of the State of Baden-Württemberg in conjunction with an assistantship for computer-notation at the electronic-studio of the state music academy in Freiburg. With Mesias Maiguashca (www.maiguashca.de), he established the K.O.-Studio (KlangObjekt-Studio) in Freiburg since 1998 which is directed on the production and staging of computer based music.
Global music company, Poly Music publishes various musical genres and authentic music appeared at world widely European and Asian music scenes as a performer of electronic contemporary music in Europe, Asia and is expanding to the United States.