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18.10.2017

PIOTR ANDERSZEWSKI AND SINFONIETTA CRACOVIA IN THE ICE KRAKÓW CONGRESS CENTRE

 

Virtuoso’s precision, captivating charisma and seemingly effortless lightness of the execution ‒ Piotr Anderszewski’s performances are regularly applauded by the audiences of such esteemed venues as New York’s Carnegie Hall or London’s Wigmore Hall. We are extremely pleased to announce, that thanks to our intensified efforts the Polish artist, widely regarded as one of the most outstanding living pianists, will perform in the ICE Krakow Congress Centre on 29 November accompanied by the Sinfonietta Cracovia. Repertoire of the concert ‒ held as a part of the Stars with Sinfonietta and the KBF’s ICE Classic series ‒ will include outstanding works of Mozart and Haydn.

 

Anderszewski ‒ nicknamed ‘The Polish Sensation’ by the BBC Music Magazine ‒ is a truly extraordinary pianist, constantly enchanting his audiences not only with unmatched technical skills and stylistic elegance, but also with a unique stage personality, reminiscent both of the old cinematic stars’ glamour and the characteristic poise going hand in hand with a talent exceptionnel.

There is no doubt we do have a special evening ahead of us!

 

29 November 2017 | 7:30 pm

 

PERFORMERS

Piotr Anderszewski ‒ piano

Sinfonietta Cracovia

 

PROGRAMME

  • Haydn — Armida Overture
  • Haydn — Piano Concerto No. 11 in D major, Hob. XVIII:11
  • A. Mozart — Apollo et Hyacinthus Overture
  • A. Mozart — Piano Concerto No. 17 in G major, K. 453

 

ICE KRAKÓW CONGRESS CENTRE

Kraków, ul. Marii Konopnickiej 17

 

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5.10.2017

Conducting masterclass with Jorma Panula

 

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 12th and 17th of December 2017 in the Krzysztof Penderecki European Center for Music in Lusławice (90 km from Krakow).

 

Prof. Jorma Panula’s wide experience affords him an enviable reputation as professional conductor, orchestral trainer and conducting instructor. He has worked with leading symphony orchestras in Finland and guest-conducted extensively abroad. Maestro Panula was the artistic director and chief conductor of the Turku Philharmonic Orchestra from 1963 to 1965, the Helsinki Philharmonic from 1965 to 1972 and the Aarhus Symphony from 1970 to 1973. He has been a frequent guest conductor of the Finnish National Opera. Panula was Professor of Conducting at the Sibelius Academy from 1973 to 1994 and the faculties of the Stockholm Royal Academy and the Copenhagen Royal Academy. Prof. Panula has an international reputation as a leading pedagogue, and has given conducting masterclasses in Paris, London, Amsterdam, Moscow, New York and Sydney.

 

More information at: www.en.sinfonietta.pl/conducting-masterclass

 

 

 

 

28.09.2017

SEVEN GATES OF JERUSALEM – Krzysztof Penderecki Festival – level 320

 

Over 200 artists gathered on the stage situated in the postindustrial setting of the Queen Louise Adit will perform Seven Gates of Jerusalem — the monumental work of Krzysztof Penderecki. The performance will crown the five-year anniversary edition of the International Krzysztof Penderecki Festival — level 320 in Zabrze as its grand finale. The piece, relatively rarely performed due to its gigantic executive apparatus, will be conducted on 29 September by the Patron of the Festival and composition’s author — Maestro Penderecki himself!It was a great challenge — both on the artistic and organizational level — to prepare the performance of this unique work, composed to commemorate the third millennium of the city of Jerusalem — says the director of the Festival Jurek Dybał, also known as a musician of the famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. «Seven Gates of Jerusalem» is a monumental composition based on the Old Testament texts — as it’s written for an ensemble of 120 instrumentalists, 90 choir singers, 5 soloists and reciter its performances are of a unique musical spectacle. The piece will be performed by the Sinfonietta Cracovia and the Krakow Philharmonic Choir alongside a number of excellent singers (Hossa, Sikora, Lubańska, Zdunikowski, Nowacki). The musicians will be joined by an outstanding Polish actor Sławomir Holland, who will perform as a reciter — adds Dybał.

 

FINAL CONCERT – SEVEN GATES OF JERUSALEM
29 IX 2017 7.00 pm
QUEEN LOUISE ADIT

 

PERFORMERS:
Iwona Hossa (soprano),
Karolina Sikora (soprano),
Anna Lubańska (mezzosoprano),
Adam Zdunikowski (tenor)
Piotr Nowacki (bass)
Sławomir Holland (narrator)
Orchestra: Sinfonietta Cracovia dir. by Krzysztof Penderecki
Krakow Philharmonic Choir

 

PROGRAMME:

KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI – SEVEN GATES OF JERUSALEM

 

 

 

28.07.2017

Echo Klassik Award

 

ECHOPRIEZ Klassik for „Oriental Trupmet Concertos” album recorded by Gabor Boldoczki and Sinfonietta Cracovia conducted by Jurek Dybał!
More information at: www.echoklassik.de

 

 

 

18.06.2017

INTERNATIONAL COMPOSITION COMPETITION SINFONIETTA PER SINFONIETTA UNDER THE HONORARY PATRONAGE OF PROF. KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI

 

We are pleased to announce that the Jury of the International Composition Competition Sinfonietta per Sinfonietta held under the honorary patronage of prof. Krzysztof Penderecki composed of:

• Joanna Wnuk-Nazarowa,

• Eugeniusz Knapik,

• Jerzy Kornowicz,

• Marcel Chyrzyński,

• René Staar,

• Jurek Dybał,

• Adam Wesołowski

 

has reached its verdict.

 

After careful analysis and evaluation of the anonymously submitted (marked with emblems) works the Jury decided to award the main prize and two equal honorable mentions. After verifying the identity of the authors of the compositions by matching the emblems with the separately submitted personal data, the Jury concluded that it awards the main prize to Mr. Drinor Zymberi (Kosovo), for his work Sinfonietta: Moving Landscapes.

 

The honorable mentions go to Mrs. YoungWoo Yoo (South Korea) for the Sinfonietta: Luminous and Mrs. Adrianna Furmanik-Celejewska (Poland) for the Sinfonietta: Birds song.

 

We congratulate both the winner and the composers who received the honourable mentions on behalf of the Orchestra’s Director, Mr. Jurek Dybał, the members of the Competition’s Jury and the Sinfonietta Cracovia’s musicians.

 

The premiere performance of the winning composition, accompanied by the ceremony of awarding the diplomas to the Competition’s winners, will take place on 30 June 2017, during the inaugural concert of this year’s edition of the Sinfonietta Festival (The Gallery of the 19th-Century Polish Art in The Sukiennice, 7:30pm).

 

 

 

 

9.06.2017

Sinfonietta Festival – Sinfonietta is a woman

 

 

 

For centuries underestimated, pushed to the margins of history and treated with a grain of salt in the male dominated world — yet there is no question that women have always been very much present in the world of music. This year’s edition of the Sinfonietta Festival, the Sinfonietta Cracovia’s five-day musical marathon, is dedicated to women: instrumentalists, composers, musicians; both the well-known and the widely appreciated, and those who are still waiting for their rightful place in the pantheon of the all-time musical greats.

 

The Women’s Rally, Woman is Fickle, Love, Death and the Maiden — these are just some of the intriguing titles of the festival’s concerts planned in truly unconventional formulas. The festival will take place from June 30th to July 4th, mostly in the beautiful gardens and interiors of the National Museum in Krakow, such as the Cloth Hall (Sukiennice) and the famous, mysterious Hotel Cracovia (!), which will open its doors especially for this occasion.

 

More information: sinfonietta.pl

 

 

28.05.2017

Viennese with Sinfonietta – Anneleen Lenaerts

concert announcement

 

 

 

15.05.2017

Sinfonietta Cracovia at Krakow Film Music Festival

 

More information at: http://fmf.fm/en

 

 

 

05.04.2017

Music without applause

 

 

 

 

19.03.2017

Spring breaking news! Rafael Payare returns to the Krakow’s Philharmonic
 as the new Honarary Guest Conductor of the Sinfonietta Cracovia

 

Technical virtuosity, unprecedented musical sensitivity and charisma of a rock star: in the last five years Rafael Payare took the world of classical music by storm, conquering the hearts of music-lovers around the globe while earning a reputation of a worthy successor to his excellent mentor — Lorin Maazel.

The Venezuelan conductor, also known as one of the most prominent alumnus of the famous El Sistema – alongside such outstanding talents and stage personalities as Gustavo Dudamel — has just accepted the position of a Honorary Guest Conductor of the Sinfonietta Cracovia. On 20 April the Orchestra will inaugurate its unique collaboration with Payare by joint performance at Krakow’s Philharmonic, which — not to anyone’s surprise! — is being held as the next installment of the widely acclaimed Stars with Sinfonietta concert series.

The Venezuelan Maestro and Jurek Dybał’s ensemble will perform Schumann’s Symphonies Nos. 1 and 2, thus crowning a series of their concert performances of his symphonic œuvre – widely regarded as being one of the most exquisite examples of the Romantic era’s composition.

 

 

 

 

19.03.2017

INTERNATIONAL COMPOSITION COMPETITION SINFONIETTA PER SINFONIETTA

 

The subject of the Competition is an original piece entitled Sinfonietta per Sinfonietta created for a string orchestra, with the score for the following ensemble formation: 6-5-4-4-1 and a duration from 5 to 10 minutes.

International Composition Competition Sinfonietta per Sinfonietta is held under the honorary patronage of prof. Krzysztof Penderecki and organized by the Orchestra of the Royal Capital City of Krakow Sinfonietta Cracovia.

 

More information: en.sinfonietta.pl/composition-competition

 

 

 

20.01.2017

Royal orchestra of the city of Krakow SINFONIETTA CRACOVIA

THE WINNER OF THE INTERNATIONAL CLASSICAL MUSIC AWARD!

 

Orchestra Sinfonietta Cracovia was awarded the ICMA in the Contemporary category for its album Oriental Trumpet Concertos, recorded in collaboration with Gábor Boldoczki under the baton of Jurek Dybał for the Sony Classical label.

Each year almost 500 records are nominated in 23 categories to one of the most prestigious distinction in the classical music world: the International Classic

Music Award, which is awarded annually by a jury, which consists of the representatives of the most influential industry media: critics, academics and journalists associated with such magazines as Andante, Crescendo, Das Orchester, Gramofon, ResMusica, Musik, Theater, Opera, Pizzicato, Rondo Classic or Scherzo.

 

It is a great privilege and extremely gratifying culmination of my three-year collaboration with the Sinfonietta — says Jurek Dybał, the director of the ensemble. Being awarded the ICMA is even more satisfying due to the fact, that the finalists in our category were artists such as Martin Grubinger or the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. I am delighted, that my long-time friendship with Gábor Boldoczki resulted in the creation of the work, which was highly appreciated by the critics and audiences around the world.

 

Boldoczki and Sinfonietta encourage listeners to take on a fascinating journey to the sources of music of the Orient by performing works written by four contemporary composers: Krzysztof Penderecki, Fazil Say, Alexander Arutiunian and Aram Khachaturian. In the center of the Oriental Trumpet Concertos musical landscape lies the new Concertino per tromba e orchestra: a truly unique piece dedicated to Boldoczki and co-commissioned by the Sinfonietta Cracovia constitutes a symbolic reference to the distant Armenian roots of the famous Polish composer.

 

The nearest concert of the Sinfonietta Cracovia is scheduled for Sunday, February 5, when the titled orchestra is to join on stage the Austrian violin virtuoso Benjamin Schmid while performing in the antique interiors of the Krakow’s Sukiennice. The concert with Schmid, who is widely regarded as one of the greatest 21 st centrury intrumentalists, will mark the triumphant return of the famous Viennese with Sinfonietta concert series, which continuously enjoys a great popularity among listeners.

 

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