Composer, sound designer, multimedia artist (installations, audiovisual works). Born in 1992 in Gdynia, Poland. The synthesis of the various styles from which he draws is a hallmark of his wokr. He distinguishes three main aesthetic tendencies in his music: glitch, noise, and idm. Most of his pieces involve multimedia, software and sometimes physical electronic devices, giving him an opportunity to explore new identities for acoustic instruments. Ryterski is also involved in concert organization and music education.
He graduated in composition with the multimedia specialty at University of Music of Fryderyk Chopin in Warsaw (2017, with Krzysztof Baculewski, Barbara Okoń-Makowska, Sławomir Wojciechowski) and in the classical composition at The Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus (with Juliana Hodkinson, Simon Steen-Andersen and Niels Rønsholdt). He also extends his education with various courses and symposia, e.g. Next Generation program during the Donaueschinger Musiktage (2016, 2017), Darmstadt Summer Music Courses (2016, 2018). He also teaches as a specialist within the composition, sound art and music technology. In 2017-2018 he worked as a composer and specialist in psychoacoustics within the Nightly application. Since 2019 Ryterski also produces and performs electronic dance music, presented in 2 different projects: Tears are the Diamonds of Soul and And then we fall (again). In 2020 he is planning to publish an album.
Ryterski's music is performed at various concerts and festivals in Europe - e. g. Unsound festival (Kraków, 2019), Warsaw Autumn (Warsaw 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019), Kody (Lublin, 2018), Elementi (Cracow, 2017), Darmstadt Ferienkurse (Darmstadt, 2018), Panorama festival (Aarhus, 2018, 2019), Pulsar festival (Copenhagen, 2018, 2019), Digital Revolution in Music festival (Warsaw, 2015), 6th New Music Days (Gdańsk, 2016), Idealistic festival (Copenhagen, 2019). He also organizes large music events on his own, such as the Atlas/Łąka concert (Warsaw, 2015), which was organized together with the Academic Choir of Warsaw University, the opera Anonymous, which Ryterski composed (Warsaw, 2017) or Robots, Arduino and Game Over (Cracow, Gdańsk and Warsaw, 2019).