On September 4, the Polish Chamber Choir will present a concert called “Nowowiejski, Pałłasz, Bloch” at the Polish Radio Witold Lutosławski Studio in Warsaw with conductor Jan Łukaszewski. The program includes choral works of notable Polish composers: Teka Białowieska by Feliks Nowowiejski, Anenaiki, Exaltabo te, Et by Augustyn Bloch and Two Songs by Edward Pałłasz with lyrics by Osip Mandelsztam.
Established in 1978, the Polish Chamber Choir has performed over 550 premieres, including works by such famous composers as: Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, Wojciech Kilar and Krzysztof Penderecki. Other composers also dedicated music to Polish Chamber Choir: Augustyn Bloch, Krzysztof Meyer, Andrzej Koszewski, and Paweł Łukaszewski. Consistent for years, the highest quality of sound and interpretation of this excellent ensemble allows them to cooperate with world best orchestras (including Academy of Ancient Music, Divino Sospiro, Neue Düsseldorfer Hofmusik, Concilium Musicum Wien, SinfoniaVarsovia, NOSPR, and Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin) and choir conductors (Eric Ericson, Uwe Gronostay and Stephen Layton).
On September 4, the choir will be conducted by Jan Łukaszewski who is considered to be one of the best choir music specialists in Europe. Łukaszewski is also the artistic director of the Mozartiana International Mozart Festival. In addition to the Polish Chamber Choir, he also leads the Pueri Cantores Olivenses Boys’ and Men’s Choir. With his choirs, Łukaszewski has performed in the USA, Canada, China, Japan and almost all European countries. He also initiated festivals such as: the International Symposium on Choir Music, Bach’s Days and the Chopin Festival in Gdańsk.
September 4, 2016 | 7 p.m.
Polish Chamber Choir presents “Nowowiejski, Pałłasz, Bloch”
Polish Radio Witold Lutosławski Studio, Warsaw, Poland