Concerts

Program:

  • John Williams
    THE LOST WORLD
    HARRY POTTER – Hedwig’s Theme
    HARRY POTTER – Harry’s Wondrous World
  • Hans Zimmer (arr. John Wasson)
    GLADIATOR
  • Clint Mansell (arr. Jan Valta)
    REQUIEM FOR A DREAM
  • Hans Zimmer, Elton John, Tim Rice (arr. Ted Parson)
    LION KING
  • Vangelis (arr. Maciej Szymański)
    CHARIOTS OF FIRE
  • Ennio Morricone (arr. Richard Ling)
    MISSION – GABRIEL’S OBOE
  • Ramin Djawadi (arr. Fedor Vrtacnik)
    GAMES OF THRONES
  • Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez (arr. Bob Krogstad)
    FROZEN
  • Alan Menken (arr. Ted Parson)
    BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
  • Alan Silvestri (arr. Calvin Custer)
    FORREST GUMP
  • Chuck Mangione (arr. Bob Phillips)
    CHILDREN OF SANCHEZ
  • Lalo Schifrin (arr. Calvin Custer)
    MISSION IMMPOSIBLE
  • Stanisław Moniuszko
    MAZUR from the Opera THE HAUNTED MANOR

27 June 2019 (Thursday)

7 pm, Henryk Wieniawski Resort Theatre in Szczawno-Zdrój

54th INTERNATIONAL
HENRYK WIENIAWSKI FESTIVAL
IN SZCZAWNO-ZDRÓJ OPENING CONCERT

Program:

  • Stanisław Moniuszko
    Overture – Intrada to mythological Lithuanian cantata Milda
  • Henryk Wieniawski
    Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor Op. 22
  • Bedřich Smetana
    My Fatherland (Má vlast): Vysehrad, Vltava, Sarka

Co-organiser:

The Center of Culture and Art in Wroclaw – Institution of Culture of Lower Silesia Province Government

The project is co-funded by the financial sources of the
Lower Silesia Province


30 June 2019 (Sunday)

3 pm, Germany, Chorin Monastery

THE LINKING RIVER – SOUNDS FROM GERMANY’S NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES
56th CHORINER MUSIKSOMMER FESTIVAL

Program:

  • Stanisław Moniuszko
    Overture to the Milda Lithuanian mythological cantata
  • Fryderyk Chopin
    Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor, Op. 11
  • Bedřich Smetana
    Má vlast – My Motherland (Visehrad; Vltava; Šárka)

With the Linking River concerts, Choriner Musiksommer 2019 sets a focus on integrating musicians and works from Poland. Here, the river is meant to be a metaphor for the things that bring us together, not as a border between countries. Besides, the most interesting things have always been created in times and places where borders dissolved and cultures merged, as can be heard in the works of Moniuszko and Chopin. Smetana, too, has dedicated his “Vltava”, probably his best-known work, to a river.


6 September 2019 (Friday)

7 pm, Nova Hall (The Academy of Music)

CONCERT OF GRADUATES
OF IGNACY JAN PADEREWSKI
ACADEMY OF MUSIC IN POZNAŃ

Program:

  • Mateusz Matysek (graduate of Dr Monika Kędziora’s class of composition)
    Lament Peruna na orkiestrę symfoniczną (Perun’s Lament for Symphony Orchestra)
  • Giacomo Puccini
    Donde lieta usci, Mimi’s aria from Act III of the opera La bohéme
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Der Hölle Rache, Queen of the Night Aria from Act II of the opera The Magic Flute
  • Jacques Offenbach
    Barcarolle Belle nuit, ô nuit d’amour, Nicklauss and Giulietta’s duet from Act III of the opera The Tales of Hoffmann
  • Stanisław Moniuszko
    Overture Bajka (The Fairy Tale)
  • Pyotr Tchaikovsky
    Overture-Fantasy Romeo and Juliet

18 September 2019 (Wednesday)

7 pm, Czech Rep., Ostrawa, Mariánské Hory, Kostel Panny Marie Královny

ST WENCESLAS MUSIC FESTIVAL

Program:

  • Stanisław Moniuszko
    Milda, Lithuanian Mythological Cantata
  • Stanisław Moniuszko
    Cantata Nijoła

Partial funding provided by Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from Culture Promotion Fund within “Moniuszko 2019 – Promesa” programme operated by Music and Dance Institute


19 September 2019 (Thursday)

7 pm, Ostrów Wielkopolski,
Ostrów Culture Centre

38th INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL CHOPIN IN THE COLOURS OF AUTUMN
OPENING CONCERT

Program:

  • Stanisław Moniuszko
    Mazurka from the opera Straszny dwór (The Haunted Manor)
  • Ignacy Jan Paderewski
    Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 17
  • Fryderyk Chopin
    Allegro de concert in A Major, Op. 46 (orchestrated by Ingolf Wunder)
  • Fryderyk Chopin
    Piano Concerto in E Minor, Op. 11

25 September 2019 (Wednesday)

7 pm, Bydgoszcz, Pomeranian Philharmonic

57th BYDGOSZCZ MUSIC FESTIVAL

Program:

  • Stanisław Moniuszko
    Milda, Lithuanian Mythological Cantata
  • Stanisław Moniuszko
    Cantata Nijoła

Partial funding provided by Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from Culture Promotion Fund within “Moniuszko 2019 – Promesa” programme operated by Music and Dance Institute


28 September 2019 (Saturday)

12 pm, Adam Mickiewicz University Auditorium

WHO HAUNTS AT THE HAUNTED MANOR? HALKA OR THE COUNTESS?
OPENING CONCERT OF 52nd SEASON OF PRO SINFONIKA MOVEMENT

Program:

Most famous fragments of Stanisław Moniuszko’s operas

Detailed information about the concert: www.prosinfonika.eu


28 September 2019 (Saturday)

6 pm, Adam Mickiewicz University Auditorium

MONIUSZKO’S HODGEPODGE
478th POZNAŃ CONCERT

  • Season tickets:
  • KP
  • MW

Tickets: Price B

Program:

Most famous fragments of Stanisław Moniuszko’s operas


28 September 2019 (Saturday)

6 pm, Ląd nad Wartą,
Virgin Mary and St Nicholas Church

MOZART’S HITS

Program:

  • Antonio Vivaldi
    Concerto for Two Cellos in G Minor, RV 531
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola in E-flat Major, KV 364
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Sinfornia Concertante for Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn and Orchestra in E-flat Major, KV 297 b