Singer, songwriter and lyricist Katarzia has recorded a new acoustic album, Šťastné dieťa, which will be released on October 6, 2023 via Animal Music. Katarzia composed the new songs largely on piano, and the producer and founder of the Animal Music label Petr Ostrouchov (who has also worked with Vladimir Misik, Lenka Dusilova and Beata Hlavenkova) and pianist Kristina Smetanova collaborated with her on the arrangement and production. On the new album Katarzia moves away from electronica back to classical instrumentation. In her lyrics, she once again conveys in an authentic way the current experiences of women through images of interpersonal relationships in contemporary society, while at the same time being able to laugh at herself with insight.
In the interim period after the release of her previous album n5 (2021), Katarzia has, among other things, composed for the TV series Pozadí událostí directed by Jan Hřebejk, for the feature documentary My New Face directed by Jarmila Štuková, and for theatre performances. Also this year, she collaborated on the successful Horáček Gen XYZ project for the Prague-based Cirkus La Putika, where together with several other producers and musicians she reworked Michal Horáček's lyrics and compositions. In the past, Katarzia has won the Radio Head Awards and her work has been recognized by the prestigious Berlinare Festival.
The name Katarzia is used by the singer-songwriter Katarína Kubošiová. She builds mainly on her Slovak lyrics, which reflect the life of a young woman in the third millennium. In 2013, she released her debut album Generácia Y on Slnko Records, which according to music critics is one of the best things to come out of the Slovak music scene in recent years. The year 2016 brought the release of a new album Agnostika, which Katarzia recorded with a backing band. The album received nominations at the Radio_Head Awards in the categories of Album of the Year, Single of the Year and Album of the Year / Critics' Choice Award. For the title song Kde sa slzy berú for Iveta Grófová's film The Fifth Ship, she won the Radio_Head Awards in the Single of the Year category, and she also won an award at the prestigious Berlinale 2018. In March 2018, she wrote the lyrics to Sophocles' Antigone directed by Ondřej Spišák for the Slovak National Theatre, where she represents the current generation of engaged young women live. In mid-April 2020, she released her fourth album Celibate, on which she sings in Czech for the first time (twice in Hoří i voda and Blues on Rain). In December 2021 she released her fifth album n5 in collaboration with the Prague producer Oliver Torr.
Katarzia – vocal and guitar, Robin Galia – piano, Miloš Klápště – bass guitar, Oliver Lipenský – drums.
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