The main idea of the 25th International Nova Music and Architecture Festival, which will take place in Toruń on 20 June – 4 September, 2021, is to present the most beautiful music in the historic interiors of Toruń. This year's edition consists of 21 events, including symphonic and chamber concerts, recitals, film screenings (Maksymiuk. Concerto for Two, Chopin's Effect) and an exhibition of photos on the occasion of the festival's anniversary.
Top-class artists as well as musicians of the young generation and students of music academies will perform at the CKK Jordanki, the Artus Court, the Old Town Hall, the Centrum Cinema, the Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist, the Church of St. Jacob, the Filmar Hotel, in the Town Hall Courtyard and on the stage in the Old Town Square.
The festival will feature a concert of Marcin Wyrostek, one of the best accordionists in Poland, winner of the second edition of Polish "Got Talent" TV show. Together with the Toruń Symphony Orchestra conducted by Adam Banaszak, he will perform works by Astor Piazzolla and his own compositions. We will also hear the winner of the 3rd prize in the 5th International Karol Lipiński Violin Competition – Japanese Yumiko Yumiba will perform the most famous pieces of violin literature with piano accompaniment.
The Toruń Symphony Orchestra will perform fragments of musicals, film music, popular music (the most famous pieces by Niemen, Zaucha, Nalepa and Czerwone Gitary), and classical music (including pieces by Henryk Wieniawski, Józef Surzyński, Andrzej Panufnik and Mikołaj Górecki). The anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising will be celebrated with works by Fryderyk Chopin. The finale of the festival will feature arias from the most famous operas and operettas performed by Lithuanian soloists Ieva and Vytautas Juozapaitis, accompanied by TSO musicians conducted by Dainius Pavilionis.
Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.
Program Festiwalu – na stronie https://www.muz-arch.pl/