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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, rezerwacje@nfm.wroclaw.pl

 
HEINRICH SCHIFF AND LEOPOLDINUM

schiff_088 Leopoldinum’s concert under the direction of Heinrich Schiff will take place on March 30th, 2014 in the Wroclaw Philharmonic hall.  In the program works of Mozart, Dutilleux and Tchaikovsky.  Rózsa Farkas will play solo part on Hungarian cymbalum.
 Schiff was only 19 years old when Witold Lutosławski invited him to perform his cello concerto and under his baton at the Warsaw Autumn in 1973.  Critics’ award – “Orphee” -  was presented to Schiff after this performance.  Thanks to Hans Swarowsky and still during his cello solo career Schiff became interested in conducting.   He leaded such great ensemble like Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, Northern Sinfonia, Copenhagen Philharmonic, Musikkollegium Winterthur, Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart, Bruckner Orchester Linz and Wiener KammerOrchester.
 Rózsa Farkas graduated from the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest and for three times was nominated to the Anna Fischer Fellowship by the Culture Ministry in Hungary.


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Ottavia Maria Maceratini

March 16th, 2014 at 6pm in the Wroclaw Philharmonic Concert Hall

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Ottavia Maria Maceratini and Leopoldinum under the direction of Lavard Skou Larsen will perform piano concerto by Galina Ustovolskaja (forgotten for a long time Russian talented composer but discovered again in late 90s).

Maceratini is a laureate of many piano competitions in Italy, her recording of Schumann and Rameau works was nominated in 2012 by the prestigious International Classical Music Awards (ICMA). Larsen cooperates with such great ensembles like: European Union Chamber Orchestra, Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss, Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, Georgisches Kammerorchester/Ingolstadt and many others. He was a member of the Camerata Academica from 1991 and was teaching in Mozarteum in Salzburg in the class of Thomas Zehetmair. From 2002 he is leading his own class.

In the program also Mozart ‘s works and Arnold Schőnberg’s Verklärte Nacht.

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Galina Ustwolska

 
KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI AND LEOPOLDINUM

KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKIIt will be a pleasure for the Leopoldinum orchestra to welcome and for the first time to work with Maestro Penderecki .  Prof. Penderecki  will lead the program of his own works and Dvorak’s Serenade.  One of the best clarinetist – Michel Lethiec – will be soloist.  Michel Lethiec, besides his concert activities, leads master classes at the Ecole Britten, in Academy in Nice, also at academies in Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong-Kong.  He is a professor a t the Conservatorie National Supérieur de Musique in Paris and Music Academy in Nice and also artistic director of the Pablo Casals de Prades festival.
March 2nd, 2014, at 6:00 pm in the Wroclaw Philharmonic

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Lethiec

 
February 16th, 2014

Leopoldinum’s artistic director Ernst Kovacic, will lead the orchestra on February 16th, 2014 at 6pm in the Wroclaw Philharmonic Hall with the program:
bergAlban Berg – Lyric Suite and two works of Anton Dvorak: Nocturne and Serenade.
Inspired by his great love to singer Hanna Fuchs-Robettin Lyric Suite was composed during 1925-26 and is recognized as the most beautiful of his works.  .  Titles of all parts suggest his emotions including other composers’ citations (Zemlinski, Wagner).

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LEOPOLDINUM IN FRENCH REPERTOIRE - Debussy, Rameau, Ravel

Nurhan Arman from Toronto, leader of the  Canada Sinfonia,  has conducted to critical acclaim in many countries, both in America and in Europe.  Served as jury member at many competitions including the International Grzegorz Fitelberg Conducting Competition in Katowice.  Critics hailed Maestro Arman as a "fascinating and striking musical personalityö. 
He is currently the Music Director of Symphony New Brunswick, Northern Music Festival and as Principal Guest Conductor of the Armenian Philharmonic.
He has taught conducting at the Royal Conservatory of Toronto, Orford Arts Centre and the Northern Music Festival.

zdjFebruary 2nd, 2014, 6:00 pm at the Wroclaw Philharmonic

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GREAT FUGE FOR THE BEGINNING ...

…followed by works of Toru Takemitsu, Arvo Pärt,  Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss and interpreted by Leopoldinum under the direction of Viennese conductor.
Niels MuusNiels Muus, conductor with great repertoire and experience with many European, American and Japan ensembles.  Mozarthaus Wien project advisor and artistic director of the Mozart cycle in Vienna and in Japan.  He will conduct Leopoldinum on January 26th, 2014  at 6pm in the Wroclaw Philharmonic Hall.
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January 4th, 2014

TANGO ARGENTINO on January 4th, 2014 at 6pm

Christian Danowicz will lead first part of the concert and solo parts will be performed by Wies¨aw Prządka, one of the best accordionist and bandoneonist in Poland.
Second part of the Leopoldinum and Philharmonic Choir will be conducted by Dawid Jarząb, laureate of the last December conducting competition at the Wroclaw Academy of Music.  Solo part in the mass will sing Aleksandra Hruby, mezzosopran.
In the program works of  Piazzolla, Gardela, Galliano and Martin Palmieri’s Missa Tango.

Wiesław PrządkaTickets: VIP 50zl, N 30zl, U 20zl in the Philharmonic box Office tel. 71 342 24 59, rezerwacje@nfm.wroclaw.pl

 
December 15th

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Leopoldinum under the direction of Ernst Kovacic

Special guest, composer Roxanna Panufnik, will be present at our concert on December 15th, 2013, at 6pm in the Wroclaw Philharmonic.
World premiere of her work dedicated to the Leopoldinum  u.t. Two Composers – Two Hands, was created to the memory of  Roxanna’s father Andrzej and Witold Lutosławski.   It was commissioned and financed by the Ministry of Culture and the National Heritage among the program Collections – Composers’ Commissions 2012-2013, realized  by the Music and Dance Institute. 

Roxana PanufnikIn the program also Andrzej Panufnik’s Concertino for timpani, percussion and strings and Beethoven’s string quartet.
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December 6th at 7pm

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Christian Danowicz, LEOPOLDINUM’s concertmaster, will lead orchestra as part of the St. Nicholas’ souvenir to our music lovers.  In the program works of  Holst,  Villa-Lobos, Dvoraka, Komeda, Shostakovich, Piazzolla and Brahms - December 6th at 7pm in the Wroclaw Philharmonic.
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