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Hania Rani is an award-winning pianist, composer and singer. Her debut album “Esja”, a beguiling collection of solo piano pieces on Gondwana Records was released to international acclaim in 2019, earning Rani four prestigious Fryderyk Awards including “Best Debut Album”, “Best Alternative Album” and “Best New Arrangement”, in recognition from the Polish music industries very own Grammys. In the same year, Rani became the “Discovery of the Year 2019” in the Empik Bestseller Awards whilst also earning the distinguished Sanki Award for the “New Face of Polish Music”.
Her follow-up sophomore album, the expansive, cinematic, “Home”, was released in 2020 on Gondwana Records and finds Rani expanding her palate: adding vocals and subtle electronics to her music as well as being accompanied by bassist Ziemowit Klimek and drummer Wojtek Warmijak. The album earned Rani another notable accolade of ‘Best Composer’, a further acknowledgement from Fryderyk and with Rough Trade including it in their essential “Albums of the Year”.
In 2021, Hania signed her publishing rights to Wise Music Group, where her music is represented next to names like Olafur Arnalds, Dustin O’Halloran, Hildur Guðnadóttir and Ludovico Einaudi. That year also brought “Music for Film and Theatre” a personal selection of recent compositions for film, theatre and other projects released on Gondwana Records.
Later in October, together with Dobrawa Czocher they have released their duo album “Inner Symphonies” recorded in the beautiful Szczecin’s Philharmonic Hall and released by prestigious
Deutsche Grammophon. Complementing the duo’s release, they also released a remastered LP edition of their album from 2015 called “Biała Flaga”. The stunningly beautiful and meditative album, which gains its strength in the delicate interplay between the cello and the piano, containing ten arrangements of Grzegorz Ciechowski tracks mixed with five original compositions written by Hania.
In 2022 Hania released the EP Live From Studio S2, which includes rearrangements of her favourite songs (‘Hawaii Oslo’ , ‘Glass’ , ‘Leaving’ , ‘Buka’).
The BBC Radio 4 Profile series invited Hania to be the subject of an in-depth portrait presented by
Marc Coles and sees the program explore her background, inspirations and motivations to build a picture of this unique artists’ creative world. Further nominations came in 2020 from the AIM Independent Music Awards in two categories (“International Breakthrough” and “Best Creative Packaging”). In 2021 Hania has also received a Transatlantyk Golden Ark Award for “Best Young Polish Composer”. She was also nominated in the “Best Music” category at the Orzeł Awards for the music she composed for “I Never Cry”, a movie directed by Piotr Domalewski.
Rani also composed music for a movie “xAbo” directed by A. Potoczek and for the play “Nora” directed by Michał Zdunik. Her song “Eden’” was used as the soundtrack to the short movie by Małgorzata
Szumowska for Miu Miu’s movie cycle “Women’s Tales“. Hania and Dobrawa’s “Whale Song” was used
in a Louis Vuitton spot and multiple Hania’s tracks were placed in a Netflix series “Last Chance U:
Basketball”. Hania also composed music for the documentary movie “Venice: Infinitely Avantgarde”. The soundtrack was released in 2022 by Sony Music’s XXIM Recrods.
Hania played concerts across the whole Europe, North America, Japan, Israel, Turkey and Russia. She performed sold out show in prestigious venues like NOSPR in Katowice, Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Funkhaus in Berlin and The Roundhouse in London. In 2022 Hania was invited to Paris to perform recorded live shows for ARTE and Cercle.
Over the last years, Hania collaborated with many great artists – Vikingur Olafsson, Skalpel, Portico Quartet, Christian Löffler, Niklas Paschburg, FEJKA, Mari Samuelsen, Natalia Przybysz, Dobrawa Czocher, Hior Chronik, Kamp!, Igor Herbut i Misia Furtak, Mela Koteluk.
“One can be lost but can find home in his inner part – which can mean many things – soul, imagination, mind, intuition, passion. I strongly believe that when being in uncertain times and living an unstable life we can still reach peace with ourselves and be able to find ‘home’ anywhere’ This is what I would like to express with my music – one can travel the whole world but not see anything. It is not where we are going but how much we are able to see and hear things happening around us”. — Hania Rani
Rani grew up in Gdansk with her parents (a doctor and architect) and surrounded by music and films. Initially inspired to study classical music, she was introduced to jazz and electronics at music school, widening her interests and as she puts it, “mixing Chopin & Schostakovitch with Dave Brubeck and Moderat”. Other inspirations include composers such as Max Richter, Esbjorn Svensson, Miles Davis, Nils Frahm, Murcof, Portico Quartet, Radiohead and even The Beatles. “It’s what connects all these artists that inspires me, their special approach to music and sound. For me they have big hearts and huge minds.” But Rani’s inspirations aren’t just musical, she has drawn inspiration from places she has lived and visited. “It’s about the feeling, the general atmosphere, sometimes about memories. Moving to Berlin (where you have the freedom to be yourself), exploring Iceland and the wild mountains in Bieszczady, South-East Poland, all changed me as a person, so I guess, also affected me as an artist.”And inspiration comes too from visual arts. Her father was an architect and the arts remain hugely important to Rani. “I find that what really inspires my music is not the music, but all the other things. I take inspiration for the form of my own pieces from architecture and design. Then I translate this “foreign” language, to my own music and the outcome is way more interesting for me than just getting it from the music. Indeed, for Rani it is often an image or a colour that comes first, what she calls a sound image. “I can really feel the colours, the mood – just like with photography. If the image is strong enough, sounds come along very quickly, trying to build the right image stuck in my head. The music fills the space, the music brings the new worlds, new spaces.