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Chełmno | XIII Ogólnopolski Turniej Chórów o Kryształowe Serce Chełmińskiej Jesieni

Chełmno23 października 2021 roku w Auli Zespołu Szkół Ogólnokształcących nr 1 w Chełmnie odbędzie się XIII Ogólnopolski Turniej Chórów o Kryształowe Serce Chełmińskiej Jesieni, organizowany przez Stowarzyszenie Przyjaciół Chóru Collegium Cantorum z Chełmna.

W przesłuchaniach wezmą udział zespół wokalny „Semper Fidei” z Nakła nad Notecią, chór „Parati Semper” ze Świecia, chór „Akatyst” z Kcyni, zespół wokalny „Cantavi Ad Homini” ze Śremu, chór Akademicki Szkoły Głównej Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego w Warszawie, chór kameralny „Armia Św. Jerzego” z Poznania, chór „Corda Cordi” ze Śremu, chłopięcy chór kameralny „Chcemy Śpiewać” z Łodzi, chór VRC z Warszawy. W programie konkursowym ważne miejsce zajmuje muzyka polska: zabrzmią m. in. utwory Piotra Jańczaka, Jacka Sykulskiego, Pawła Bębenka, Jana Maklakiewicza, Grzegorza Turnaua i Marka Raczyńskiego.

Zespoły oceniać będzie Jury konkursowe w składzie: dr hab. Andrzej Ryłko, prof. UAM – przewodniczący jury, prof. dr hab. Arkadiusz Kaczyński, dr hab. Monika Bachowska, prof. KAAFM, oraz mgr Michał Rajewski.

Chóry będą walczyć o złote, srebrne i brązowe pasma. Najlepszy chór otrzyma nagrodę Grand Prix i 2 tys. zł. Ponadto przewidziano nagrodę dla Najlepszego Dyrygenta, nagrodę specjalną za najlepsze wykonanie utworu G.G. Gorczyckiego i nagrodę specjalną za najlepsze walory brzmieniowe.

Turniej pod patronatem Burmistrza Miasta Chełmna współfinansowany jest ze środków Urzędu Miasta Chełmna.

Patronat medialny nad Konkursem objęło Polskie Centrum Edukacji Muzycznej POLMIC.

Szczegółowy program - https://bit.ly/3bho0df 

Warsaw | „Schaeffer Arts Fight” – 13th Schaeffer's Era Festiva

EraThe 13th edition of Schaeffer's Era Festival will feature a multimedia performance Schaeffer Arts Fight. This energetic "Fight for Art" from the perspective of Schaeffer's works will take place on 29 October 2021 at 7.00 p.m. at the Basen Artystyczny Stage in Warsaw.

Everyone who knows the avant-garde style of Professor Bogusław Schaeffer, knows very well that each meeting with his work – combining music, dance, graphics, visual arts and acting – has a unique character and is an extraordinary experience on an aesthetic and philosophical level.

Quoting Maciej Sobociński, who directed all the performances as part of the Schaeffer's Era project since its inception, "The 13th Schaeffer's Era will surprise you with its original form like never before. Based entirely on the Schaefferian unpredictable dialogue of the participating artists, it will become an unconventional duel for Man / Truth and Essence of Art."

Among the performers will be: Lidia Bogaczówna, Izabela Warykiewicz, Alicja Węgorzewska-Whiskerd, Sean Palmer, Marcel Wiercichowski, Witold Jurewicz, Janusz Radek, Marcin Wyrostek & Coloriage, Paweł Tomaszewski and Małe Instrumenty Ensemble.

The Honorary Patrons of the Festival are: the Ministry of Culture, National Heritage and Sport, the Marshal of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship, Adam Struzik, and the President of the Capital City of Warsaw, Rafał Trzaskowski.

The event is co-financed from the budget of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship. The project is co-financed by the Capital City of Warsaw as well as the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport from the Culture Promotion Fund as part of the "Music" programme, implemented by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: http://aureaporta.eu/ 

Gdańsk | "Visions 4 Gdańsk" – O’Bows Quartet to Its City. Album Premiere

O'bowsThe O'Bows Quartet was founded in Gdańsk – hence the ensemble's idea to dedicate their first album to this city. The concert premiere of the album Visions 4 Gdańsk will take place on 4 November 2021 at 7.00 p.m. at the Concert Hall of the Baltic Philharmonic in Gdańsk as part of the "Gdańsk for Polish Music" festival.

The album includes four pieces commissioned from young Gdańsk composers, who were left with complete freedom in the choice of style and form of the piece. The only requirement was to be inspired by Gdańsk. Therefore, each composer remained faithful to their own compositional style, and at the same time expressed an artistic vision related to Gdańsk in an individual manner. The commissioned works were recorded for the first time.

The programme of the concert will include Beniamin Baczewski's Niezmierzone wody [Vast Waters], referring to the celebration of the 100th anniversary of Poland's Wedding to the Sea, Maciej Zakrzewski's Nigdy więcej wojny [No more war], which the composer dedicated to Gdańsk as a symbol, an allegory of dreams about peace, freedom and independence, Anotni Wojnar's Ulica Mariacka [Mariacka Street], inspired by the famous street in Gdańsk, and Kamil Cieślik's Stellaeburgum [Constellation], which title refers to the name of the Jan Heweliusz astronomical observatory built in the attic of one of Gdańsk tenement houses.

The Honorary Patron of the album is the President of the City of Gdańsk. The Patron is the Baltic Philharmonic in Gdańsk.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Read more: https://www.filharmonia.gda.pl/koncerty/symfoniczny/254-gdansk-dla-muzyki-polskiej-o-bows-quartet 

Warsaw | Zbigniew Bargielski's Musical Manuscripts at the University of Warsaw Library Archives of Polish Composers

BUWThe University Library in Warsaw invites you on 28 October 2021 at 6.00 to a concert of Zbigniew Bargielski's music as a gesture of thanks to the Professor for his generous donation.

In 2019, Professor Zbigniew Bargielski donated to the University Library in Warsaw his musical manuscripts – a testimony to five decades of work, thus enriching the collection of the BUW Archives Polish Composers. The concert is an expression of gratitude to the Composer. It will also be an opportunity to present the received gift.

Professor Bargielski's compositions will be performed in the auditorium on level -1 of the BUW complex. Among the performers will be outstanding Warsaw musicians: saxophonist Alina Mleczko, soprano Ewa Leszczyńska, pianists Paweł Popko and Adam Mikołaj Goździewski, violinist Dominika Przech and accordionist Sara Wienczek. The programme will include such works as: "Night-Day" – 5 songs, Hierophany I, Neosonatina, Tango, and A Few Minutes of Presence.

If you are interested in attending the concert, please confirm your attendance by e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Read more: https://www.buw.uw.edu.pl/rekopisy-muzyczne-prof-zbigniewa-bargielskiego-w-archiwum-kompozytorow-polskich-buw/ 

Katowice | Celebrating Maestro Lawrence Foster's Birthday!

NOSPRThe Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra invites you on 23 October 2021 at 7.30 p.m. to a concert-celebration! The Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the NOSPR, Lawrence Foster, celebrates his 80th birthday that day. The star of his birthday concert will be the legendary pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim, who will perform for the first time as a soloist with a Polish orchestra.

“Daniel Barenboim is, in my opinion, the greatest living musician. Whether he conducts, or plays the piano, or teaches, or finally gives speeches, he is the greatest and there is no dispute about it,” says Maestro Foster about the soloist of his birthday concert. We will hear Barenboim in the beloved, dramatic-virtuoso Concerto in C minor by Ludwig van Beethoven.

The remaining items of the programme were also selected based on the closest musical friendships of the Artistic Director of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra. The concert will be opened by The Awakening of Jacob by Krzysztof Penderecki, who greatly contributed to Lawrence Foster becoming the head of the Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra. It was Maestro Penderecki who first called Foster to offer him the position of Artistic Director of the NOSPR. The American conductor was chosen by the orchestra itself. It was no coincidence that he selected The Awakening of Jacob – the work was premiered in 1974 in Monte Carlo under the baton of Stanisław Skrowaczewski by the Orchester National de l'Opéra de Monte-Carlo. Foster was associated with this orchestra for 14 years.

At the end, we will hear compositions reminiscent of one of the homelands of the main character of the evening –Romanian Rhapsodies by George Enescu. Foster, the son of Romanian immigrants raised in sunny Los Angeles, visited his parents' country for the first time as a 26-year-old. He fell in love with this country and is closely associated with it to this day, also as a tireless promoter of the work of the greatest Romanian composer, George Enescu.

The Honorary Patron of the concert is the Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Poland.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Tickets: https://nospr.org.pl/pl/kalendarz/daniel-barenboim-lawrence-foster-nospr-koncert-z-okazji-80-r 

Wrocław | The Garden of Love

pThe LutosAir Quintet and saxophonist Bartłomiej Duś will perform on 24 October 2021 at 6.00 p.m. at the National Forum of Music. The programme will include works for saxophone, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and French horn. The artists will also premiere Miłosz Wośko's Aeration Channels for wind quintet and electronics.

The concert will begin with Henri Tomasi's Printemps (Spring). Next, we will hear the graceful and unpretentious Suite of another French artist – Charles-Édouard Lefebvre, representing the Romantic Era. This will be followed by The Garden of Love – a piece by the Dutch composer Jacob ter Veldhuis (b. 1951) for soprano saxophone and tape.

Miłosz Wośko, whose new composition for wind quintet and electronics will be premiered during the concert, is a representative of the so-called third trend in jazz music: he combines elements of jazz and classical music in his works. The latest piece by this multi-talented musician "is full of ambiguity, history and emotions", as described by the composer himself.

The concert will end with Darius Milhaud's suite Scaramouche, Op. 165.

The project is part of the commemoration of the centennial of regaining independence and rebuilding Polish statehood.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Read more: https://www.nfm.wroclaw.pl/en/

Wrocław | Master of Modernity

NFMThe National Forum of Music presents the works by contemporary artists and those constituting the canon of the concert repertoire. A synthesis of these two trends will be the concert programme on 22 October 2021 at 7.00 p.m. during which we will listen to compositions from the Romantic era and a new work for cello and orchestra by a prominent Polish composer of today – Paweł Szymański.

Marzena Diakun and the NFM Choir will perform five pieces for a cappella choir by Anton Bruckner: Os justi WAB 30, Ave Maria WAB 6, Locus iste WAB 23, Christus factus est WAB 11, and Virga jesse floruit WAB 52. These are raw, ascetic, yet delicate pieces, and deeply spiritual too.

Next, the cellist Magdalena Bojanowicz-Koziak will perform Simple Music for cello and orchestra by Paweł Szymański, who is known as a composer of spiritual independence, often critical of present-day developments in music and able to integrate it in an interesting way with elements taken from the past, especially from the Baroque era. Szymański has described his artistic credo as follows: ‘The contemporary artist, including the composer, is in the chains of two extremes. On the one hand, he is in danger of talking gibberish if he completely rejects tradition, and on the other, he can become banal if he stares too much at it. This is the paradox of practicing art today. What is the way out of this situation? Since you cannot completely free yourself from the banality, you must play a game with this banality, treat it as a material that allows you to maintain certain elements of the convention, but at the same time, using quotation marks, metaphors, paradoxes, you have to distance yourself from it.’

The concert will be crowned with a performance of Franz Schubert’s Symphony No. 4 in C minor.

The commissioning of work by Paweł Szymański was subsidised from the Culture Promotion Fund of the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport as part of the ‘Composing Commissions’ programme realised by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Read more: https://www.nfm.wroclaw.pl/en/

Wrocław | "Composing Commissions": Fides et ratio

NFMThe National Forum of Music in Wrocław invites you on 21 October 2021 at 7.00 p.m. to a concert celebrating Pope John Paul II Day, entitled Fides et ratio – ‘faith and reason’. It includes works created especially for this occasion by three Wrocław composers, featuring accordion, harpsichord, boys’ choir and electronics.

Sero te amavi (Too late have I loved you) is the composition by Marcin Bortnowski, based on the quote from Confessions by Saint Augustine. The composer graduated from the Wrocław Academy of Music, where he studied composition under Grażyna Pstrokońska-Nawratil. Apart from composing, he also teaches contemporary composition techniques and computer music.

Stanisław Krupowicz developed his musical interest simultaneously with his passion for science. Before he received a diploma from the Academy of Music in Warsaw, he graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics at the University of Warsaw. He received his doctorate at Stanford University in California. His music has been performed in numerous countries around Europe, Asia and both Americas. He was one of the initiators of the Musica Electronica Nova Festival and the first artistic director of this festival. His composition Te Deum (Thee, o God, we praise) uses an early Christian hymn dating from the 4th century.

The last piece in the concert programme is Eulogētos (meaning ‘blessed’ in Greek), a composition by Marcin Rupociński. The composer studied at the Wrocław Academy of Music, first under Grażyna Pstrokońska-Nawratil and later under Stanisław Krupowicz. In addition to music, he is also fascinated with photography – he studied it in the Pho-Bos studio and at the European Academy of Photography. He creates art at the intersection of three media, programming multimedia installations and creating electroacoustic music alongside an interest in computer-assisted composing.

The commissionings of works by Marcin Bortnowski, Stanisław Krupowicz and Marcin Rupociński as part of the project Fides et ratio were subsidised from the Culture Promotion Fund of the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport as part of the ‘Composing Commissions’ programme realised by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Read morehttps://www.nfm.wroclaw.pl/en/

Żabia Wola | Master Class in Interpretation for Singers "Style and Technique" with Anna Radziejewska and Paweł Sommer

AkademiaThe "Friends of Music" Foundation for the Support of Culture invites singers to participate in the "Style and Technique" master class conducted by Prof. Anna Radziejewska and Paweł Sommer on 3-7 November 2021.

The master class is open to singers – students and graduates without an upper age limit. Applications with CV (max. 2000 characters) and the programme on which participants want to work during the course should be sent to the address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 30 October 2021.

The course will feature 5 lessons scheduled for each duo by the teacher, and the lessons will be open to all interested course participants. The event will end with a concert performed by the participants.

The organiser provides the participants with accommodation in single or double rooms with full board at the Ojrzanów Palace. The cost of the course, including accommodation and meals, is PLN 1,200 gross.

Co-financed by the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport from the Culture Promotion Fund. The funds derive from additional payments imposed on games within the state gambling monopoly in accordance with Art. 80 of the Gaming Law (Act of 19th November 2009 on Gambling Activities).

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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Latowicz | Mińsk County's Art Festival

Czas sztukiThe "Czas Sztuki" Foundation invites you to the seventh event as part of the Mińsk County's Art Festival, which will be held at the St. Trinity Church in Latowicz on 24 October 2021 at 1.00 p.m. The programme will include songs from the 17th and 18th centuries.

The concert will be performed by Krakow soprano Katarzyna Wiwer and organist from Świdnica Maciej Bator, who will play the positive organ. The programme will include works by such composers as Giulio Caccini, Giovanni Battista Bononcini, Claudio Monteverdi, Henry Purcell. Additionally, we will hear anonymous songs from the Cantionals of the Benedictine Sisters from Staniątki.

The Mińsk County's Art Festival features 13 artistic events in each of the thirteen municipalities of the Mińsk County. The festival combines many fields of art: classical music concerts, educational music workshops for seniors and children, as well as music and poetry meetings commemorating outstanding Polish poets and their work.

The concert will take place after the Holy Mass. Admission is free!

Co-financed by the budget of the Minsk Poviat and the Mazowieckie Voivodeship. Sponsored by the PZU Foundation.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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World Premiere of Album „Juliusz Łuciuk. Vesperae in Assumptione Beatae Mariae Virginis”

DUXThe fifth album in the "Anthology of Polish works a cappella" series recorded by Janusz Siadlak and the Collegium Cantorum Choir of the Częstochowa Philharmonic is a tribute to Juliusz Łuciuk on the first anniversary of his death. The world phonographic premiere of his work Vesperae in Assumptione Beatae Mariae Virginis will be held on 15 October 2021. The album was released by DUX Recording Producers in cooperation with the Institute for Art Development.

The first album in the "Anthology of Polish works a cappella" series was devoted to Juliusz Łuciuk – three years later Janusz Siadlak and his ensemble returned to the work of the composer from Częstochowa and Kraków, paying him tribute on the first anniversary of his death. This time the Collegium Cantorum Choir of the Częstochowa Philharmonic and maestro Janusz Siadlak reached for a work unique on an international scale – Vesperae in Assumptione Beatae Mariae Virginis. The composition was written in 1987-89 in the version for male choir, and from 2005 comes the version for mixed choir (with choral antiphons in the original version). Vesperae in Assumptione Beatae Mariae Virginis are a great showcase of Juliusz Łuciuk's talent. The piece represents what the composer loved the most in his work – the tradition of faith. The use of choral quotes, the calm emanating from each movement, as well as the mystical aura of the Middle Ages create a complete and coherent work.

The concert premiere of the album will take place on 21 October 2021 at 7.00 p.m. at the Częstochowa Philharmonic.

The album is co-financed by the Ministry of Culture, National Heritage and Sport as part of the "Musical Trace" programme implemented by the National Institute of Music and Dance.The partners are the ZAiKS Authors' Association, the Regional Cultural Centre in Częstochowa and the Częstochowa Philharmonic.

All the albums from "Anthology" series were released under the patronage of the Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Information about the concerthttps://www.filharmonia.com.pl/repertuar/1734-Dwa-oblicza-muzyki-polskiej 

Katowice | Concert Announcing the 11th Grzegorz Fitelberg International Competition for Conductors

FSThe Symphony Orchestra of the Silesian Philharmonic under the baton of Michał Nesterowicz will perform with the outstanding violinist Jakub Jakowicz on 22 October 2021 at 7.00 p.m. The concert will be a part of the cycle announcing the 11th Grzegorz Fitelberg International Competition for Conductors. The programme will include compositions by Grzegorz Fitelberg and Mieczysław Karłowicz.

The Grzegorz Fitelberg International Competition for Conductors is one of Poland's premier conducting competitions. Since 1982, it belongs to the World Federation of International Music Competitions based in Geneva. Each edition brings new discoveries, present numerous conducting talents and creates an opportunity for young adepts of this art to show their skills to the whole world. The eleventh edition of the Competition will be held in 2023, traditionally – at the Silesian Philharmonic. A concert announcing this music celebration, initiated by Karol Stryja, the last student of the Competition Patron, will be held in 2021.

The evening will begin with Grzegorz Fitelberg's Polish Rhapsody, Op. 25 for orchestra – one of the composer's last works which shows modernist features and inspirations from Fryderyk Chopin's Fantasy on Polish Airs. Mieczysław Karłowicz's Violin Concerto in A major, Op. 8 will delight the audience with beautiful cantilena and excellent use of the solo instrument. The violin part will be performed by an outstanding artist, Jakub Jakowicz.The concert will end with Antonín Dvořák's Symphony No. 7, considered one of the greatest and purest examples of the symphony form since Beethoven's time.

The concert is held under the patronage of PWM Edition as part of the TUTTI.pl project promoting the performance of Polish music. Co-financed by the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport from the Culture Promotion Fund as part of the "Music" programme implemented by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Ticket Information: https://filharmonia-slaska.eu/ 

Warsaw | Concert of Laureates of Kazimierz Serocki 17th International Composers' Competition

PTMWConcert of the laureates of the Kazimierz Serocki 17th International Composers' Competition, organised by the Polish Society for Contemporary Music, will be held on 6 November 2021 at 7.00 p.m. at the Władysław Szpilman Concert Studio in Warsaw.

This year, 112 scores from all over the world were submitted to the Competition. The jury was composed of: Paul Patterson (Great Britain), Paweł Łukaszewski and Dariusz Przybylski (Poland). The winners are composers from South Korea, Italy and the Czech Republic. The Honorary Patron of the Competiion is the Polish Composers' Union.

The final concert of the Competition will include The Puppet by the Czech composer Jan Holý (3rd Prize), Imis by the Italian composer Massima Lauricelli (2nd Prize) and Lux ​​mundi by Sungja Hong – a composer from South Korea, who won the 1st Prize. The concert will be opened by the work of the Competition Patron – Kazimierz Serocki's A piacere. Among performers will be outstanding interpreters of contemporary music: Hashtag Ensemble and Kwintofonia.

The awards were funded by the Ministry of Culture, National Heritage and Sports. Sungji Hong received a special prize in the form of a publication by PWM Edition for the youngest laureate of the Competition. The partner of the event was the ZAiKS Authors' Association.

Co-financed by the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport from the Culture Promotion Fund as part of the "Music" programme implemented by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Poznań | 4th Tromboholizm – Poznań Trombone Music Festival

TromboholizmTromboholizm – Poznań Trombone Music Festival is a unique event on the map of Poznań, which brings together trombonists from all over Poland and Europe. The 4th edtition of the Festival will be held on 22-25 October 2021, featuring concerts, lectures and master classes conducted by outstanding trombonists from around the world.

The special guests of this year's edition will be: Piotr Banyś, György Gyivicsan, Thomas Leyendecker, Maciej Łakomy, Michał Mazurkiewicz, Grzegorz Nagórski, Piotr Nobik, Zbigniew Starosta, Mateusz Wesołowski, Robert Żelazko and the trombone quartet TrombQuartet.

Concerts at the I.J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań and the M. Karłowicz Secondary Music School in Poznań will be performed by: Wojciech Jeliński – the originator and artistic director of Tromboholism, the TrombQuartet, lecturers of master classes, teachers and students of trombone classes from Budapest, Leipzig, Łódź, Katowice and Poznań. We will hear pieces arranged for trombone and originally written for this instrument, including by Ewa Fabiańska-Jelińska.

Lectures will be given on the "Instument Care" (Tomasz Zabor, Mathias Wiedmann), "Mouthpiece in the process of creating sound" (Maciej Łakomy), "Trombonist – a celebrity at the Viennese court" (Mateusz Wesołowski) and "A training ground on a spirometer" (Zbigniew Starosta).

The organizer of Tromboholizm is the I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań, and the co-organizer is the Świat Możliwości Foundation. The festival was co-financed by the Poznań City Hall.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Festival Website: https://wojciechjelinski.com/tromboholizm/ 

Warsaw | Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra: Premiere of Hanna Kulenty's "Alinea"

POSIThe fundamental mission of the Jerzy Semkow Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra is to promote Polish historical and contemporary music. The ensemble finds great joy and satisfaction in participating in first performances of musical pieces. The concert on 30 October 2021 at 7.00 p.m. at the Witold Lutosławski Polish Radio Concert Studio in Warsaw will be one of those exciting occasions: it will feature the first performance of a piece by Hanna Kulenty, created under the “Composition Commissions” programme implemented by the Institute of Music and Dance.

Hanna Kulenty is one of the most interesting personalities of Polish contemporary music scene. The composer’s extensive and varied output includes compositions for solo instruments, emphasizing their potential to “manifest reality and unreality”, with soloists usually accompanied by a large orchestra. Alinea refers to the concert’s concept, but in this case the genre is merely conventional and fluid, serving the music- and experience-related layer. The piece consists of one part, built on a dialogue between melodic lines of a clarinet and a piano, which are accompanied by a large orchestra. The main pseudotonal theme, clearly heard in the solo parts, is a dialogue between two worlds. The soloist of this extremely attractive premiere will be Roman Widaszek, a charismatic and versatile clarinet virtuoso with an impressive number of concerts and recordings in his portfolio.

Apart from the awaited premiere of the new piece, we will also hear two other attractive compositions: Jean Sibelius' concert suite Pelléas et Mélisande (1894) and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Italian-styled Symphony No. 32 in G Major. The concert will be conducted by George Tchitchinadze – one of the most popular Georgian musicians, who has won great acclaim of audiences and critics due to his impressive musical skills, taste, imagination and, at the same time, the warmth and sensitivity in his interaction with listeners and musicians.

First part of the concert (Mozart, Kulenty) will be broadcast on YouTube channel and www.sinfoniaiuventus.pl

Free entrance tickets will be available until 22 October. The number of seats is limited.

Piotr Maculewicz

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Detailed information: www.sinfoniaiuventus.pl 

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