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November 22nd, 2014, Saturday
Next concert in the Oratorium Marianum on November 22nd, 2014, Saturday
Günter Pichler, violin leader of the most famous 20th and 21st century’s chamber ensemble  “Alban Berg Quartet”, and concertmaster of the Vienna Philharmonic during Herbert Karajan’s epoque, will lead Leopoldinum as conductor. 
    In the program Serenade from the Quartet in F Major by Haydn, famous Bartok’s Divertimento and Andrzej Panufnik’s Violin Concerto performed by Chrisitan Danowicz, orchestra’s concertmaster.
Saturday, 6pm, Oratorium Marianum
Leopoldinum w Filharmonii Luksemburskiej
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W dniu Święta Niepodległości 11 Listopada, w Filharmonii Luksemburskiej wystąpi Wrocławska Orkiestra Kameralna Leopoldinum.

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Koncert pod dyrekcją belgijsko-luksemburskiego dyrygenta Rudiego de Bouwa i pod honorowym patronatem Ambasady RP w Luksemburgu odbędzie się o godz. 20.00 w Sali Kameralnej Filharmonii.
Znaczącym akcentem będzie koncert na orkiestrę smyczkową Grażyny Bacewicz – jednej z najbardziej znanych polskich kompozytorek XX. wieku – której utwory coraz częściej umieszczane są w programach filharmonii nie tylko w Polsce ale i na całym świecie.

Bilety na koncert wrocławskiej orkiestry Leopoldinum są do nabycia w kasach Filharmonii oraz przez internet - link.


Serdecznie zapraszamy!


Posłuchaj Leopoldinum Chamber Orchestra:
                               A. Schönberg –  10 Walców na orkiestrę smyczkową – Walc nr 10
                               NFM Leopoldinum Chamber Orchestra
                               Ernst Kovacic – conductor and violin
                               Michał Micker – altówka
                               Publisher: CD Accord Filharmonia Wrocławska 2009


Toccata Classics TOCC 0247
 Next NFM Leopoldinum Chamber Orchestra’s Cd under the direction of Ernst Kovacic was issued by London based Toccata Classics on October 7th, 2014.  Ernst Kovacic, announcing in May this project in an interview with the Creative Wrocław said to Magdalene Talik:
"Lyric Suite is a must-have for string quartets to prove their artistic form. Toccata Classics, for which we recorded before the album with music by Ernst Krenek, is in general specializing in issuing first recordings of an undistributed before works. During a meeting with the Director of the label I mentioned that the transcription of the Lyric Suite was completed by Theo Verbey, and there is also a beautiful version of the string piano Sonatas op. 1 drawn up recently as well.  We got the green light and this may be one of the most important projects of the Leopoldinum ".
In addition to the Lyric Suite and Sonata the orchestra recorded arranged by Alfred Schnittke Kanon and selected miniature s arranged for strings by Ernst Kovacic.   The recording was carried out in February 2014 in the Radio Wroclaw, under the guidance of the CD Accord recording engineers – Ewa Lasocka and Antoni Grzymała.
Cd is available in the NFM (Philharmonic box office) or during concerts at the sale shops and also in the following internet www:  Toccata Classics, Gobuz, MDT Classics, Classics online, Naxos Direct, Grooves inc., Spotify, Presto Classical, All music where some music lovers reviews will be also available soon, we hope.

Sobota, 25 pażdziernika, godz. 18
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Sala koncertowa Filharmonii 
  Na październikowym koncercie Orkiestry Leopoldinum będzie można usłyszeć kompozycje jednych z najwybitniejszych kompozytorów Rosyjskich:  Szostakowicza, Schnittkego i Czajkowskiego. Soliści wystąpią w nietypowych składach, ponieważ w Concerto Grosso Schnittkego instrumenty wiodące to dwoje skrzypiec i klawesyn lub preparowany fortepian, a w koncercie Szostakowicza będzie to fortepian i trąbka. Na scenie pojawi się dużo wybitnych osobowości artystycznych z Polski i świata: charyzmatyczny pianista Mischa Kozłowski, dwie młode, koncertujące  skrzypaczki Galya Bisengalieva z Kazachstanu i Charlotte Bonneton z Francji, Igor Cecocho,wybitny trębacz białoruskiego pochodzenia mieszkający i działający obecnie w Polsce oraz często współpracująca z Leopoldinum pianistka Anna Rutkowska - Schock. Koncertem zadyryguje Francuz , którego z Rosją łączy wykształcenie , odbył bowiem studia w moskiewskim konserwatorium im. P. Czajkovskiego, którego to słynna Serenada C - Dur uwieńczy koncert.

September 2014
Our concerts in September 2014

Christian DanowiczDuring the festiwal Wratislavia Cantans orchestra and laureates of the Interpretation Course of the Oratorio-Cantata repertoire and under the direction of Benjamin Bayl, will perform 3 concerts:
10.09. 7:30 pm in Olawa, , Our Lady of Consolation Sanctuary
11.09. 8:00pm in Głogów The Church of Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of Poland
12.09. 7:00pm in Wroclaw in the Philharmonic Concert Hall

In the program:
Arias from two L. van Beethoven’s cantatas: Cantata on the Death of Emperor Joseph II  WoO 87 and Cantata on the Accession of Emperor Leopold II WoO 88

Jurek DybałAt 6:00pm on September 20th in the St Vincent Cathedral of the Grekocatholic Church, Nankier Pl. # 15,  Christian Danowicz – conductor and viiolin soloist, will lead the program with works by Corelli, Rossini, Wolf, Paganini and virtuoso piece by Bottesini:  Gran Duo Concertante.  Special guest – Jurek Dybał, Vienna Philharmonic double bass soloist and Sinfonietta Cracovia artistic director.

Next concert in Septemeber will take place on 25th at 6:00pm in the St. Anthony Church – Kasprowicz Street, as part of the Pax et bonum festival.  Christian Danowicz will conduct  the following program:

K. Penderecki – Chaconne
F. Mendelssohn – Symphony for strings no 10
A. Dvorak – Serenade in E Major op.22
A. Piazzolla – Otono Porteno

Tournée - Francja
Only in Polish
Press information 31.05.2014

Prof. Hartmut Rohde, violist, chamber musician and conductor - new artistic director of the NFM Leopoldinum - chamber orchestra (from September 2014)

“Stereotypical playing is definitely not his cup of tea,

the evening showed how he can fulfil his Musicality with Inspiration and strength of Imagination.”

(Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung)

"...a freshness and spontaneity that sparkle in everything he plays"

(The Strad).

Prof. Hartmut Rohde Fot. Bogusław Beszłej
  Fot. Bogusław Beszłej

After seven fruitful years under the direction of Ernst Kovacic, it will be a next important move in the history of the Leopoldinum. New director will continue created by Kovacic artistic ideas and will also implement his new repertoire’s and performance style proposals.

The orchestra was shaped by few musical personalities but the most influential towards its artistic nature was Karol Teutsch who created a tradition of artistic director who can combine her/his performance virtuosity with conducting and can find and connect the best individual skills of orchestra’s musicians. Inviting Prof. Rohde is not only orchestra’s appreciations for his many artistic achievements but also belief into ensemble‘s tradition of artistic ideas, both: orchestra and artistic director.

Hartmut Rohde is professor for viola at the University of Arts (UdK) in Berlin since 1993. He is also visiting professor and Honorary Member at the Royal Academy of Music London, where he is teaching chamber music courses. Hartmut Rohde is lecturer at many international master classes throughout Europe, the USA, Australia and Asia. Through recognition in various Competitions like f.ex. 1st prize in the Deutschen Musikwettbewerb and prize-winner in the International Naumburg Competition in New York, 1991, Hartmut Rohde’s performing career has blossomed to be intense and richly international both in Europe and worldwide. Hartmut Rohde’s main interests lie in the historic analysis of various musical styles. New perspectives and experiences in the discussion of music serve as a basis for his unique style of interpretation.

As a soloist Hartmut Rohde has performed with orchestras under the direction of Kent Nagano, Paavo Järvi, Massimo Zanetti or Juozas Domarkas at the Berliner Festspiele, Salzburger Festspiele, Ravinia-Festival (Chicago), Concert du Louvre (Paris), Festival Pablo Casals (France), Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Beethoven Easter festival Warschau, and many others. As a much sought after chamber musician, he has played with Heinrich Schiff, David Geringas, Daniel Hope, Michel Lethiec, Jérémy Menuhin, the Tallich- Quartett, Vogler-Quartett, Vermeer-Quartett. Chamber orchestras he has worked with include: Münchner Kammerorchester, Mannheimer Kammerorchester, Berliner Kammerorchester or Lithauische Kammerorchester.

Always being open to new possibilities of conveying the language of music is an important aspect of life for him, which is what led Hartmut Rohde also to work in the spheres of Modern Music with such composers as Aribert Reimann, Wolfgang Rihm, Kristof Maratka, Krzysztof Penderecki, Jörg Widmann, Ursula Mamlok and Brett Dean.

His assignment during the year when Wroclaw will play a role as the European Capital of Culture (2016), will be very important in the history of the Leopoldinum.

Edited by Barbara Migurska

Leopoldinum manager,

We would like to ...

We would like to acknowledge our thanks to listed below students
of the K. Lipinski Academy of Music in Wroclaw
for their cooperation with the Leopoldinum’s Soloists String Trio
and joint together concert on June 1st, 2014 during the Leo Festival:

Paulina Bujok - violin
Beata Cholewa – cello
Agata Francuz – violin
Magdalena Ksiądzyna - violin
Marzena Malinowska - violin
Katarzyna Płachta - viola
Julia Sompolińska – cello
Tomasz Szewczyk – cello
Krystyna Wasik - violin
Agnieszka Żyniewicz – viola


Leo Festiwal 2014
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Leo Festiwal

Leo Festiwal
Leo Festiwal
On May 11th, 2014 at 6pm in the Wroclaw Philharmonic…

… Ernst Kovacic will lead Leopoldinum in the solely string repertoire.  Andante grazioso and Capriccio of Robert Fuchs, composer who was teaching so many future famous artists like  George Enescu, Gustav Mahler, Hugo Wolf, Jean Sibelius, Alexander von Zemlinsky, Robert Stolz … , will be performed in both parts of this concert.   In the program also Mozart’s Divertimento and for the first time in the Leopoldinum’s repertoire – Brahms’  Liebeslieder Waltzes.  Those 18 romantic waltzes are composer’s tribute to the Waltz King – Johannes Strauss, whom Brahms really admired.  

Tickets: VIP 50zl, N 30zl, U 20zl in the Philharmonic box Office tel. 71 342 24 59,

Cantata Seven Last Words from the Cross

MacMillanBy James MacMillan and two Johann Sebastian Bach’s violin concertos (in A Minor and in E Major) will be performed this coming Sunday on April 13th, 2014 at 6pm in the Wroclaw Philharmonic by:
Philharmonic Choir, orchestra Leopoldinum and Ernst Kovacic as soloist and conductor.
“…a composer so confident of his own musical language that he makes it instantly communicative to his listeners.” — The Guardian
Tickets: VIP 50zl, N 30zl, U 20zl in the Philharmonic box Office tel. 71 342 24 59,

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