Summer Concerts At Grochowskiej

  The fourth edition of the Summer Concerts on Grochowskiej [Letnich Koncertów na Grochowskiej] Festival will run from May 10 – August 6, 2014 in Warsaw. As every year during this time, the Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra invites audiences every Saturday and Sunday for intimate concerts in its hall at ul. Grochowskiej 272. All concerts are…Continue Reading Summer Concerts At Grochowskiej

New from DUX

Polska Muzyka Wiolonczelowa – Polish Cello Music Featuring cellists: Anna Armatys, MichałMichal DąbekDabek, Monika Gernot, Karolina Jaroszewska, Jan Kalinowski, Aleksandra Lelek, Marcin MączyńskiMaczynski, Marta Nagawiecka, Franciszek Pall. Beata Urbanek-Kalinowska Performing music by composers: Lutosławski, Bujarski, Jabłoński, Tansman, Meyer, Hans, Penderecki DUX 0925 [Source:]…Continue Reading New from DUX

New from EMI

Muzyka polska dzisiaj: Tadeusz Wielecki [Polish Music Today] Wielecki Tadeusz EMI Music Poland 14837395 Born in 1954 in Warsaw, Tadeusz Wielecki was trained as a composer and a double-bass player. He studied composition with Włodzimierz Kotoński, Isang Yun and Klaus Huber. He also participated in the New Music Courses in Darmstadt presenting recitals of music…Continue Reading New from EMI

‘Music Of The Soul’ From Anna Jurksztowicz

Poza czasem – Muzyka duszy [Out of Time – Music of the Soul] Music composed by Thomas Barquee, Anna Jurksztowicz, Krzesimir Dębski, Marek Żebrowski, Snatam Kaur, and W.A. Mozart Anna Jurksztowicz – vocals; Thomas Barquee – keyboards, vocals, bass; Simone Sello, Zoran Todorovic – electric and acoustic guitars; Emanuele Arnone – orchestration, additiona programming and…Continue Reading ‘Music Of The Soul’ From Anna Jurksztowicz

New Zubel On Kairos

AGATA ZUBEL – NOT I Agata Zubel – voice; Clement Power – conductor; Klangforum Wien; liner notes by Adrian Thomas Labyrinth (2011) for voice and four instruments; Aphorisms on Milosz (2011) for voice and instrumental ensemble; Shades of Ice (2011) for clarinet, cello and electronics; NOT I (2010) for voice, instrumental ensemble and electronics Kairos…Continue Reading New Zubel On Kairos

Gomółka And Łukaszewski At USC

The USC Recital Choir performed two works by Polish composers—Nunc Dimittis by Pawel Łukaszewski and Super Flumina Babylonis by Mikołaj Gomółka—on their April 29 recital at the USC Caruso Catholic Center Church. Graduate choral conducting student Anna O’Connell led the choir in Łukaszewski’s and Gomółka’s works. Other graduate students James Laff, Jason Saunders, and Krysta…Continue Reading Gomółka And Łukaszewski At USC

A Portrait Of A Polish Violinist

PMJ Vol. 6 No. 1 The late January 2014 theft of the Stradivarius violin in Milwaukee served to highlight not only a famous violin but also its namesake, Karol Lipiński (1790-1861), Poland’s foremost virtuoso violinist in the first half of the 19th century. An outstanding performer in solo, chamber ensemble and orchestral concertmaster capacities, Lipiński…Continue Reading A Portrait Of A Polish Violinist

2014 IMiT Conductors-In-Residence

The 2nd edition of the Institute of Music and Dance’s program Conductor-in-Residence has introduced two new pairings of Polish conductors and ensembles: Justyna Maj / Częstochowa Philharmonic [Filharmonia Częstochowska im. Bronisława Hubermana] and Paweł Pietruszewski / Lower Silesian Philharmonic [Filharmonia Dolnośląska w Jeleniej Górze]. Justyna Maj will be a conductor-in-residence at the Częstochowa Philharmonic throughout…Continue Reading 2014 IMiT Conductors-In-Residence