Adam Didur Commeration Concert

Though the Silesian Opera was first established in 1901, the establishment enjoyed its first successes in 1945 with the premiere of Moniuszko’s opera Halka, the first post-war opera performance in Poland. Under the direction of the famous opera singer, Adam Didur, the Silesian Opera gained the reputation of a major opera stage for outstanding artists and ensembles in Poland under his direction.  In honor of the 70th anniversary of Didur’s death, a concert dedicated to the first director of the Silesian Opera was held on January 9 in the concert hall. The program included various operas, operettas, and musical performances by Cezary Biesiadecki, Stanisław Duda, Bogdan Kurowski, Wojciech Paczyński, Aleksander Teliga, and Romuald Tesarowicz – who first debuted at the theatre, among others.

Saturday, January 9, 2016 | 7:00pm
Adam Didur Commemoration Concert

Silesian Opera, Concert Hall ul. Moniuszki 21/23, Bytom, PL