‘Forgotten Polish Music’ In Opole

Much of the music in the deep treasury of forgotten Polish music—often discovered only after many years of non-existence—can still surprise us. The next symphonic concert from the cycle “Forgotten Polish Music” was held on March 9, 2018 at the Józef Elsner Philharmonic in Opole. During the concert, the Opole Philharmonic performed with violinist Szymon Krzeszowiec under the direction of maestra Monika Wolińska. The program included: Don Quichotte, a Symphonic Poem by Eugeniusz Morawski-Dąbrowa, Violin Concerto op. 70 by Ludomir Różycki, and Symphony No. 1 in A Major by Zygmunt Noskowski.

The concert was held under the patronage of the PWM Publishing House as a part of the TUTTI.pl project, promoting performances of Polish music.

March 9, 2018 at 7.00 p.m.
“Forgotten Polish Music” symphonic concert

Concert Hall – Opole Philharmonic
ul. Krakowska 24, 45-075 Opole
Tickets & Info: www.filharmonia.opole.pl

[Source: polmic.pl]