Preludes for 'Bucolics' for Orchestra (2016)
15'
Edition: PWM, Kraków
First Performance: 17th September 2016, Szczecin Philharmonic
International Lutosławski Youth Orchestra, Ewa Strusińska - conductor
Commission: Szczecin Philharmonic

Concerto for accordion and orchestra (2016)
22'
Manuscript by the composer
First Performance: 15th April 2016, Wrocław Musica Polonica Nova Festival, Wrocław NFM Philharmonic Orchestra,
Benjamin Shwartz - conductor, Maciej Frąckiewicz - accordion
Commission: Institute of Music and Dance

Rivière Souterraine 2 (2013)
For electronic sound and symphonic orchestra
19'
Manuscript by the composer
First Performance: 25th October 2013, Wrocław Musica Electronica Nova Festival, Wrocław Philharmonic Orchestra,
Pascal Rophe - conductor,Wojciech Błażejczyk - sound engineer
Commission: Institute of Music and Dance

Memories of the east (2012)
For orchestra of 85 Chinese instruments
18'
Manuscript by the composer
First Performance: 23rd February 2013, Hong Kong Arts Festival 2013, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra,  Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall, China
Commission: Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

The Letters (2010)
For four pianos and orchestra / for two pianos, four pianists and orchestra
26'
Edition: PWM, Kraków
First Performance: 17th September 2010, Warsaw, Warsaw Autumn, National Philharmonic Orchestra,
Reinbert de Leeuw - conductor, Anna Górecka, Magdalena Lisak, Iwona Mironiuk, Małgorzata Walentynowicz - pianos
Commission: Warsaw Autumn Festival

Hymn for Tolerance (2007)
For orchestra
13'
Edition: PWM, Kraków
The work was composed for unveiling of the Tolerance Monument in Jerusalem.
First Performance: 15th September 2008, Jerusalem, Israel Camerata Orchestra, Avner Biron - conductor
Dedication: To Aleksander Gudzowaty founder of the Tolerance Monument in Jerusalem

Adieu (2001)
For upright piano and orchestra
4.4.4.4. - 6.4.4.1. - gr c, 4 gong cinese, 4 tam-tam, mar., vibr., - archi: 14.12.10.8.6. 
13'
Edition: Éditions Durand, Paris
First Performance: 21st September 2003, Warsaw, Warsaw Autumn, National Philharmonic Orchestra,
Antoni Wit - conductor, Zygmunt Krauze - upright piano
Commission: Bayerischer Rundfunk, München
Dedication: A Frédéric Sartor

Emille Bell (2000)
For String Orchestra
6.6.4.4.1.
22'
Edition: Éditions Durand, Paris
First Performance: 1st September 2000, Seoul, The Korean Chamber Ensemble, Min Kim - conductor
Commission: Korean Chamber Ensemble
Dedication: For Sukhi Kang

Serenade (1998)
For orchestra
2.2.2.2. - 3.2.1.0. - acc., piano droit, timp., cloches a vache, gongs thailand, tabla, steel drum - archi: 12.12.8.8.4.
11'36''
Edition: Éditions Durand, Paris
First Performance: 4th October 1998,Warsaw, Jubilee Concerto, Polish Radio Orchestra,
Wojciech Michniewski - conductor
Commission: Polish Radio
Dedication: A ma femme Isabelle

Piano Concerto No. 2 (1996)
For piano and orchestra
4.4.4.4. - 8.4.4.1. - gr c, mar., timp., vibr., xlf., piano droit, 2 ar - archi: 16.14.12.10.8. 
35'
Edition: Éditions Durand, Paris
First performance: 30th October 1996, Tokyo, The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Kazuyoshi Akiyama - conductor, Zygmunt Krauze - piano
Commission: Suntory Limited for the Suntory International Program for Music Composition in 1996, Tokyo
Dedication: In memoriam Toru Takemitsu

Rhapsod (1995)
For string orchestra
9'
Edition: Éditions Durand, Paris
First Performance: 22nd November 1995, Warsaw, Warsaw Music Academy Symphonic Orchestra,
Andrzej Straszyński - conductor
Commission: Warsaw Music Academy
Dedication: For Kazimierz Sikorski

Terra incognita (1994)
For 10 strings and piano
3.2.2.2.1. - piano
17'
Edition: Éditions Durand, Paris
First performance: 26th May 1994, Bonn, Eröffnungskonzert Europa Europa, Silesian String Quartet and musicians from Warsaw, Zygmunt Krauze - piano
Commission: Kunst und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland

Marcia (1991)
For orchestra
Arrangement of two fragments of two Divertimenti by W. A. Mozart
4'
Manuscript by the composer
First Performance: 2nd December 1991, Barcelona, Solistes de Catalunya, Xavier Güell - conductor
Commission: Mozartiana, Barcelona

Symphonie parisienne (1986)
For orchestra
2.2.2.1. - 2.2.1.0. - gr c, piano - archi: 2.0.2.2.1. or full forces of the strings 22'
Edition: Ricordi, Paris
First Performance: 17th November 1986, Paris, Ensemble InterContemporain, Peter Eötvös - conductor
Commission: Ensemble InterContemporain and IRCAM, Paris

Blanc-rouge / Paysage d'un pays (1985)
For two orchestral masses: wind orchestras, mandolin orchestra, accordion orchestra and 6 percussions
(300 musicians)
60'
Manuscript by the composer
First Performance: 29th September 1985, Strasbourg-Mulhouse, Musica Festival, wind orchestras from: Bouxwiller, Dettwilller, Sarre-Union and Sarreguemines; mandolin orchestra from Schiltigheim; accordion orchestra from Vallé de la Bruche; Les Percussions de Strasbourg; R. Goepp and R. Siegrist - conductors
Commission: Ministere de la Culture, Paris

Arabesque (1983)
For piano (with amplification) and chamber orchestra
1.1.1.1. - 1.1.1.0. - 2 melo. sopr., melod. alto - archi: 4.0.4.2.1. or full forces of the strings
18'
Edition: Universal Edition, Wien
First Performance: 7th January 1984, Paris, Nouvel Orchestre Philharmonique, David Epstein - conductor, Zygmunt Krauze - piano
Commission: Radio France, Paris

Piece for Orchestra No. 3 (1982)
2.2.2.2. - 2.2.2.0. - archi: 12.10.8.6.4.
15'
Edition: Edition Amphion, Paris
First Performance: 21st November 1982, Rencontres Internationales de Musique Contemporaine, Metz, Saarbrücken Radio Orchestra, Hans Zender - conductor
Commission: Ministere de la Culture, Paris

Tableau vivant (1982)
For chamber orchestra
1.1.2.1. - 1.1.1.0. - piano - archi: 1.1.2.1.1.
15'
Edition: Universal Edition, Wien
First Performance: 29th November, Wien, Ensemble XX Jahrhundert, Peter Burwik - conductor
Commission: Österreichischer Rundfunk, Wien

Violin Concerto (1980)
For violin and orchestra
2.2.2.2. - 2.2.1.0. - 2 el. gitr. - archi: 12.10.8.6.4.
21'
Edition: Universal Edition, Wien
First Performance: 7th June 1980, Lisbon, Gulbenkian Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tabachnik - conductor, Andrzej Kulka - violin
Commission: Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon

Suite de dances et de chansons (1977)
For harpsichord and orchestra
3.3.3.3. - 0.0.0.0. - 2 acc., 2 mandol. - archi: 12.0.4.4.2.
17'
Edition: Universal Edition, Wien
First Performance: 11th December 1977 Bonn, Siegerland Orchestra, Jorge Rotter - conductor,
Elisabeth Chojnacka - harpsichord
Commission: Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Köln
Dedication: À Elisabeth Chojnacka

Piano Concerto No. 1 (1976)
For piano and orchestra
0.0.0.0. 3 saxf. - 3.2.1.0. - 2 el. gitr., 2 acc. - archi: 12.12.10.8.4.
Edition: Universal Edition, Wien
First Performance: 23rd October 1976, Musik Tage, Donaueschingen, Südwestfunk Radio Symphonic Orchestra, Ernst Bour - conductor, Zygmunt Krauze - piano
Commission: Südwestfunk Radio in Baden Baden

Fête galante et pastorale (1975 concert version of spatial work)
For 4 soloists playing on folk instruments (4 hurdy-gurdies, 4 bagpipes, 4 folk violins, 4 fifes) and orchestra
18'
Edition: Universal Edition, Wien
First Performance: 25th September 1975 Warsaw Autumn, Polish Radio and Television Orchestra,
The Warsaw Music Workshop Ensemble, Piotr Warzecha - conductor

Aus aller Welt Stammende (1973)
For 10 strings (5 violins, 3 violas, 2 cellos)
15'
Edition: PWM, Kraków / Moeck Verlag, Celle
First Performance: 7th March 1973, Innsbruck, Die Reihe Ensemble
Commission: Internationales Musik Werkstatt, Innsbruck

Folk Music (1972)
For Orchestra
5.4.6.2. - 1.5.1.0. - 2 acc., xlf, ptti, gr c - archi: 14.0.2.5.0.
10'- 20'
Edition: PWM, Kraków / Universal Edition, Wien
First Performance: 17th September 1972, Warsaw Autumn, Polish Radio and Television Orchestra,
Kazimierz Kord - conductor

Voices (1972)
For 15 optional instruments
9'- 27'
Edition: PWM, Kraków / Universal Edition, Wien
First Performance: 6th March 1974, Berlin, Gruppe Neue Musik, Gerald Humel - conductor

Piece for Orchestra No. 2 (1970)
2.2.2.2. - 2.2.2.0. - archi: 9.7.5.5.3.
10'
Edition: PWM, Kraków / Moeck Verlag, Celle
First Performance: 21st March 1974, Berlin, Sender Freies Berlin Orchester, Andrzej Markowski - conductor

Piece for Orchestra No. 1 (1969)
4.4.4.4. - 6.4.3.1. - archi: 14.12.10.8.6
8'
Edition: PWM, Kraków / Edition Modern, München
First Performance: 19th February 1970, Wrocław, Polish Music Festival, Wrocław
Philharmonic Orchestra, Tadeusz Strugała - conductor