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Sinfonietta Cracovia at Unsound Festival 2016


We would like to invite you for two concerts of Sinfonietta Cracovia during the Unsound Festival 2016.

The first one will be the outstanding performance of Chamber Players of Sinfonietta with experimental electronic duo – Matmos on October 20 in Kijów Centre.

At the second one (October 23, Krakow Philharmonic Hall) we will be able to perform with supergroup “Body Sculptures” which combines harrowing and beautiful sounds located on the fringes of industrial ambiance.


More information: www.unsound.pl







The Orchestra of the Royal Capital City of Krakow has a pleasure to announce an opening for the solo

viola position.

More information at: http://en.sinfonietta.pl/auditions/






Mike Patton & Sinfonietta Cracovia – Sacrum Profanum


The legend of rock music and Sinfonietta Cracovia at Sacrum Profanum Festival.

For the first time in Krakow we’ll see Mike Patton accompanied by violinist and composer Eyvind Kang and Sinfonietta Cracovia in material from the album Virginal Co Ordinates, refreshed and enriched for the festival (the original version was released in 2004).


Mike Patton / Eyvind Kang / Sinfonietta Cracovia / Virginal Co ordinates

October 7, 8 PM

ICE Krakow Congress Centre



Eyvind Kang – violin

Mike Patton – vocal

Tomek Mirt – modular synthesizer

Anna Mamińska – tambura

Hubert Połoniewicz – tambura

Sinfonietta Cracovia


TICKETS: www.sacrumprofanum.com/bilety






Sinfonietta with the winners of ARD Munich 2016


The winners of the prestigious ARD Competition in Munich with the Sinfonietta Cracovia conducted by Maestro Massimiliano Caldi in Katowice.

The concert will take place at the opening of the 26. International Festival of Young Laureates of Music Competitions


9.10.2016, 6.30 PM

The Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice

Concert Hall, Zacisze 3 st.


Wies de Boevé – double bass
Kateřina Javůrkowá – horn
Massimiliano Caldi – conductor
Sinfonietta Cracovia
Silesian Trio:
Roman Widaszek – clarinet
Tadeusz Tomaszewski – horn
Joanna Domańska – piano
Anna Woźniakowska – host



Mikołaj Górecki – Trio Concerto (2015),
Johann Baptist Vanhal – Double bass Concerto in D-major
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Horn Concerto in E-flat major K. 495


More information about tickets and festival: www.silesia.art.pl






Sinfonietta Cracovia and Walter Auer


Concert of the Sinfonietta Cracovia and Walter Auer – eminent Austrian flutist, soloist of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in the final of „Maria Mater Misericordiae” exhibition.
October 2, 6 PM

Gallery of The 19th-Century Polish Art the Sukiennice



J.S Bach, Ch.W Gluck, H.M Górecki, K. Penderecki


photo: Piotr Markowski





Szymon Nehring and Sinfonietta Cracovia in European Centre for Music


We’ve just finished recording session in The Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music with

the finalist of the XVII International Chopin Piano Competition, Szymon Nehring.

Orchestra was conducted by Krzysztof Pendereceki and Jurek Dybał.

New CD with Chopin’s piano concertos coming soon!





Sinfonietta Cracovia’s International Conducting Masterclass


The Orchestra of the Royal City of Krakow Sinfonietta Cracovia is pleased to announce a conducting masterclass led by internationally renowned prof. Jorma Panula, which will take place between the 11th and 16th of December 2016 in the Krzysztof Penderecki European Center for Music in Lusławice (90 km from Krakow).

More information: http://en.sinfonietta.pl/conducting-masterclass/







Sinfonietta in Zabrze – Beethoven open air


The Krzysztof Penderecki 4th International Festival Festival will end with an open-air orchestral concert performed by the top artists.
As the event keeps coming to the surface, its last concert will be held for the first time in the Queen Louise Adit.

On September 25, Julian Rachlin and Sarah McElravy, accompanied by Sinfonietta Cracovia and maestro Krzysztof Penderecki himself, will present Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 and Double Concerto for viola, violin and orchestra composed by the Festival’s patron on the occasion of 200th anniversary of the Viennese Musikverein.


Ludwig van Beethoven – „Egmont” Ouverture, Op. 84
Krzysztof Penderecki – Double Concerto for viola, violin and orchestra
Ludwig van Beethoven – Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92


Final Concert „Beethoven, Penderecki – Open Air”
September 25, 2016
7.00 pm, Queen Louise Adit


Tickets: www.penderecki320.com


photos: Janine Guldener, Gary Adams, Michał Massa Mąsior




Sinfonietta Cracovia – Austrian turnée


We’ve just finished our Austrian turnée. Great success, unforgettable moments.

Viennese premiere of: K. Penderecki’s Concertino per tromba e orchestra at Konzerthaus and new album Oriental Trumpet Concertos by Gábor Boldoczki and Sinfonietta Cracovia;

special meeting with Professor Krzysztof Penderecki, Gábor Boldoczki and Jurek Dybał, during which

the artists will discuss the upcoming concert and future joint projects while elaborating on

the topic of the culture- and community-shaping functions of art and its potential / impact in

terms of the social bonding;

concert in Vienna International School as part of Let yourself be surprised initiative

and the last performance at Frohnleiten with world-renowned clarinetists: Daniel Ottensamer and Johann Hindler.

Take a look at our photo gallery.


fot. Piotr Markowski





The new album recorded by Gábor Boldoczki and Sinfonietta Cracovia conducted by Jurek Dybał, for the prestigious Sony Classical label entitled Oriental Trumpet Concertos is now available!

Beside aforementioned Penderecki’s Concertino it features trumpet concerto written and dedicated
to Boldoczki by the Turkish composer Fazil Say – whose work is considered to be one of the greatest discoveries of the recent years – and two pieces by the most superb Armenian composers – A. Arutiunian and A. Khachaturian.

World premiere: Wiener Konzerthaus. September 12 (7 PM)

TICKETS: www.konzerthaus.at


New CD available here:












Hochgelobter Star-Trompeter Gábor Boldoczki wieder in Wien zu hören


Gábor Boldoczki, Fixstern der internationalen Trompeterszene, wird am 12. September 2016

zum ersten Mal die eigene Bearbeitung eines wunderbaren Hornkonzertes von W.A. Mozart in

Wien präsentieren. Zusätzlich bringt der virtuose Musiker ein ihm gewidmetes

Trompetenkonzert von Krzysztof Penderecki (u.a. mitbeauftragt von der Sinfonietta

Cracovia) zur Wiener Erstaufführung.

Jurek Dybał, Mitglied der Wiener Philharmoniker und anerkannter Dirigent, der bereits mit

namhaften Orchestern (u.a. Wiener Kammerorchester, Wiener Concertverein, Orchestre

Philharmonique du Monte Carlo, Tschechisches National-Symphonieorchester) arbeitete, wird

das Eliteorchester der polnischen Kulturhauptstadt Krakau, seine Sinfonietta Cracovia,

vorstellen. Das Orchester, das vor fast 25 Jahren von Krzysztof Penderecki ins Leben gerufen

wurde, hat bereits mit Größen wie Lorin Maazel, Valery Gergiev und Rudolf Buchbinder


Am Programm stehen Musikstücke voll slawischen Flairs: u.a. Dvořáks Neunte Symphonie

und Szymanowskis romantische Etüde. Die Premiere und Signierung einer neuen Platte mit

Trompetenkonzerten von Arutunian, Fazil Say und Penderecki, die befreundete Künstler mit der

Krakauer Sinfonietta für Sony Classical aufgenommen haben, werden den Abend noch reizvoller



12. September, 19:00

Wiener Konzerthaus

Lothringerstraße 20

A-1030 Wien

Gábor Boldoczki – trąbka
Jurek Dybał – dyrygent
Sinfonietta Cracovia
F. Lessel, W.A. Mozart, K. Szymanowski, K. Penderecki, A. Dvořák
Wiener Konzerthaus
Lothringerstraße 20
A-1030 Wiedeń
Tel.: +43 1 242002


Sinfonietta Cracovia’s Austrian turnée


Sinfonietta Cracovia has a pleasure to announce its upcoming performance in one of the

most renowned European concert halls: the famous Wiener Konzerthaus.

On September 12 th (19:00) the orchestra will join on stage the famous Hungarian trumpet virtuoso Gábor

Boldoczki – while performing highly diversified, unique program under the baton of the chief

conductor Jurek Dybał.

The evening’s repertoire will include outstanding works of composers from the Central and Eastern Europe region, showcasing their distinctive yet multifarious characteristics: the particularly captivating Slavic flair. Guests will have an opportunity to admire the bravura performances of Franciszek Lessel’s Overture in G minor, Karol Szymanowski’s romantic Etude in B-flat minor and the famous Ninth Symphony From the New World by Antonín Dvořák.

The evening will be honored by the Viennese premiere of Krzysztof Penderecki’s Concertino

per tromba e orchestra, who will attend the concert himself. The brilliant composition of the

Polish Maestro – which was co-commissioned by the Sinfonietta Cracovia – was written

specifically for Boldoczki, who was involved personally in the process of the pieces

development. The concert will also feature the premiere performance of Boldoczki’s

transcription of Mozart’s Concerto for horn and orchestra.

The Viennese concert promotes the new album recorded by Boldoczki and Sinfonietta

Cracovia for the prestigious Sony Classical label entitled Oriental Trumpet Concertos.

Beside aforementioned Penderecki’s Concertino it features trumpet concerto written and dedicated

to Boldoczki by the Turkish composer Fazil Say – whose work is considered to be one of the

greatest discoveries of the recent years – and the trumpet concerto by one of the most

superb Armenian composers, Alexander Arutiunian.

The new CD will be signed by Gábor Boldoczki and Jurek Dybał right after the performance.

The concert will be preceded by an original and unconventional artistic venture – which is

usually the case for the vast majority of Sinfonietta’s projects.

At 14:00, just a few hours before the performance in Konzerthaus, Viennese Atelier Suterena will host a special meeting with Professor Krzysztof Penderecki, Gábor Boldoczki and Jurek Dybał, during which

the artists will discuss the upcoming concert and future joint projects while elaborating on

the topic of the culture- and community-shaping functions of art and its potential / impact in

terms of the social bonding. The unusual press conference will be accompanied by the

intermedial performance of Sinfonietta Cracovia’s chamber players, who will play

Penderecki’s String Quartet no. 2 and recognized artist Olga Georgieva, who will carry out a

large-format live painting session inspired by the colored manuscripts of the famous Polish




Live Painting in Atelier Suterena 


Die anerkannte Künstlerin Olga Georgieva wird mit einem Live Painting in Atelier Suterena durch die farbigen Manuskripte von Krzysztof Penderecki inspiriert malen. Dazu wird ein Ensemble der Sinfonietta Cracovia das Streichquartett Nr. 2 von Krzysztof Penderecki spielen.

Die Performance ist der Auftakt zum Konzert des Sinfonietta Cracovia im Konzerthaus mit der Wiener Erstaufführung des Trompetenkonzertes von Penderecki und der Präsentation der neuen CD „Oriental Trumpet Concertos“ auf Sony Classical mit Werken von Penderecki, Fazil Say und Alexander Arutjunjan.



Olga Georgieva – live painting