XXX WARSZAWSKIE SPOTKANIA MUZYCZNE

7-13 maja 2016

 

May,7, 2016, Saturday, at 19.00 Witold Lutosławski Polish Radio Concert Studio

                                              

Daniel Wnukowski – piano

Polska Orkiestra Sinfonia Iuventus

                                     Krzysztof Słowiński – conductor

                                              

Krzysztof Baculewski

Volte-Face for orchestra (2016)* *

Józef Koffler

Piano Concerto op. 13 (1932)

Toccata
Notturno
Krakowiak

***

Zbigniew Bagiński

Pentaeidos for orchestra (2016)**

Józef Koffler

II Symphony op. 21 (1935)

Allegro moderato
Scherzo
Andante cantabile
Allegro con brio

 

May, 8, 2016, Sunday, at 18.00 Royal Castle, Concert Hall

                                              

ARS NOVA Early Instruments Ensemble

Michał Sławecki – counter-tenor

Agnieszka Obst-Chwała – fiddle, mandora

Marta Zalewska – fiddle

Joanna Nogal – fiddle

Paweł Zalewski – viola da gamba

Krzysztof Owczynik – flutes, crumhorns, cornette, ensemble manager

Jacek Urbaniak – flutes,  pommer, ensemble manager, Concert programming

Robert Krajewski – trombone

Piotr Wawreniuk – trombone

Anna Sikorzak-Olek – harp

Monika Stefaniak – conductor

 

Renessaince Ball

 

Dances from Tablature of Jan from Lublin, ab. 1540

Conradus

Without Title

Zakłułam się tarnem

Little shoemaker

Krzysztof Klabon,

Songs of Slovenian Kalliope to words by Stanisław Grochowski, 1588

Słuchajcie mię wszystkie kraje

Szerokie sarmackie włości

Sławne potomstwo lechowe

Dances from Tablature of Jan from Lublin

Rex

Jeszcze Marcinie

Italica

Hajducki

Krzysztof Klabon

Songs of Slovenian Kalliope to words by Stanisław Grochowski

Tryumfuj wierny poddany

Jeśli greccy hektorowie

Głośnym zwycięstwem głośna

Krzysztof Owczynik

In the Light of the Middle Ages (2016)*

Sebastian Krajewski

Two Songs to words by Jacek Dehnel (2006):

Sharpness

Quintus H.F. killed at the battle of Filippi

Meadows of Burgundy to words by Adam Zagajewski (2006)

Polish Diptych to words by Adam Zagajewski (2006):

Jedwabne

Monkeys

 

May, 9, 2016, Monday, at  19.00 Witold Lutosławski Polish Radio Concert Studio

 

Ptaszyn Wróblewski Sextet:

Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski – tenor saxophone

Wojciech Niedziela – piano

Robert Majewski – trumpet

Henryk Miśkiewicz – alto saxophone

Sławomir Kurkiewicz – bass

Marcin Jahr – drums

 

 

My first Mentors – Kurylewicz, Trzaskowski, Komeda

 

May, 10, 2016, Tuesday, at 19.00 Władysław Szpilman Polish Radio Concert Studio

 

FRINGE EVENT

Szabolcs Esztényi – piano

Ryszard Latecki – trumphet, harmonium, analog synthesizer

Tadeusz Wielecki – double bass

Hubert Zemler – percussion

 


Haiku from Romania (from the cycle Photographic Scores)

 

Szabolcs Esztényi, Ryszard Latecki, Tadeusz Wielecki, Hubert Zemler

Improvised work tothe photo by Andreia Baciu from the cycle Winter Haiku (2016)**

 

In co-operation with the ISCM Polish Section

 

May, 11, 2016, Wednesday, at 19.00 Royal Castle, Concert Hall

                                  

Julia Samojło – piano

Wilanów String Quartet:

            Tadeusz Gadzina – violin

            Paweł Łosakiewicz – violin

            Ryszard Duź – viola

            Adam Mazurek – cello

                               

Jan Krenz

Musica da camera per quartetto d’archi  (1983)

            Incompiuto

            Independente

            Interotto

            Impetuozo

 

Ignacy Zalewski

Piano Quintet(2011-2012)

***

Edward Pałłasz

Apostrofa for piano quintet (1986)

Alfred Schnittke

   Kwintet for piano, two violins, viola and cello  – in memoriam of my mother Marii Vogel (1972/76)

Moderato

In tempo di valse

Andante

Lento

Moderato pastorale

 

May, 12, 2016, Thursday  at 19.00 Royal Castle, Concert Hall

                                  

                                               Lilianna Zalesińska – mezzo-soprano

                                            Piotr Szymanowicz – piano

 

Composers from Warsaw – musical postcard with history

 

 

Józef Nowakowski

Tęsknota. Mazurek do śpiewuwords by Konrad Kucz (wyd.1860, 1865)  

Cicha łza. Romans do śpiewuto words Teofil Nowosielski (wyd.1898)                      

Ach! Tyś się spóźnił author unknown (wyd.1855)              

Ignacy Dobrzyński

Rozmowa ze słowikiemto words by Teofil Lenartowicz (wyd.1860)                    

Aleksander Zarzycki

Do słowikaop. 33 nr 1 author unknown (1889)                            

Piękna rybaczko zatrzymaj się w bieguop. 13 nr 8 words according Heinrich Heine (1871)

Gdyby kwiatki to wiedziałyop. 13 nr 14 words according Heinrich Heine (1871)

Piotr Maszyński

Osina  op. 68 nr 1 author unknown (po 1920)

Polały się łzy me czysteop. 59 words by Adam Mickiewicz (około 1915)

Juliusz Wertheim

Jesienią op. 10 nr 4  to words by Lucjan Rydel (1922)       

Mattinataop. 16 nr 2 to  words by Julian Ejsmond (1924)          

Jerzy Lefeld

Limbaop. 4 nr 2 to words by Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer (1921- 23)

Zachowaj mnie u swoich drzwiop. 10 nr 1 words by Rabindranath Tagore transl. by Leopold Staff  (1947)            

***

Stefan Kisielewski

Bakczysaraj w nocyto words by Adam Mickiewicz (1955)

Zygmunt Krauze

From the cycle Five Songs for baritone and piano to words by Tadeusz Różewicz(2000)

Księżyc świeci (Moon Shines)

Róża (Rose)

Alicja Gronau

Two Songs to her own words for mezzo-soprano and piano(2013)

Das Bedauern (Regret)

Das Schmerz (Ache)

Iwona  Kisiel

Kiedy umrę kochanie...  for mezzo-soprano and piano to words by Halina Poświatowska (2016)**

Pamięci mocfor mezzo-soprano and piano to words by Krystyna Królikowska-Waś (2016)**

                                   

May, 13,  2016, Friday at 19.00 Royal Castle, The Great Assembly Hall

 

                                  

Janusz WAWROWSKI – violin

Orkiestra Kameralna WRATISLAVIA

Jan Stanienda – violin, conductor

                                  

Gioacchino Rossini

III Sonata a quattro C-dur (1804)

Allegro
Andante
Moderato

I Sonata a quattro G-dur (1804)

Moderato
Andante

Wojciech Błażejczyk

Concerto  for electric guitar and chamber orchestra (2016)**

***

Jerzy Kornowicz

Two Spaces for two violins and string orchestra (2016)*

Ottorino Respighi

Antiche Danze et Arie, Suita No. 3 (1932)    

 

*       first performance

**     first performance – co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of
         the Republic of Poland within the programme “Collections” – the priority
         “Composition Commissions” implemented by the Institute of Music and Dance