Lubomirski Festival 2021


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What would culture be without patronage? The question is explored by the Lubomirski Festival, dedicated to the composer Władysław Lubomirski, leading patron of composers of the Young Poland movement. During the Cracovian instalment of the event (held also at the Wieliczka Salt Mine), we will hear works by composers supported by Lubomirski including Fitelberg and Szymanowski, and Polish opera arias performed by the baritone Viktor Yankovski.

17 October 2021, 7pm
Kraków Philharmonic
Yarosław Myszko – piano
Silesian Philharmonic Orchestra
Volodymyr Syvokhip – conductor
Mieczysław Karłowicz Lithuanian Rhapsody Op. 5
Sergey Lapunow Rhapsody on Ukrainian Themes for piano and orchestra Op. 28
Grzegorz Fitelberg Polish Rhapsody Op. 25

21 October 2021, 7pm
Wieliczka Salt Mine
Bartłomiej Nizioł – violin
Kraków Philharmonic Orchestra
Marcin Nałęcz-Niesiołowski – conductor
Karol Szymanowski Etiude in B flat minor Op. 4 No. 3
Feliks Janiewicz Violin Concerto No. 5 in E minor
Karol Szymanowski Mandragora Op. 42

23 October 2021, 7pm
Wieliczka Salt Mine
Viktor Yankovskyi – baritone
Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa
Sebastian Perłowski – conductor
Stanisław Moniuszko Bajka
Stanisław Moniuszko Aria of Janusz from the opera Halka
Stanisław Moniuszko Aria of Stanisław from the opera Verbum nobile
Franciszek Mirecki Aria of the Archpriest from the opera Rymund, the Prince of Lithuania
Karol Kurpiński Aria of King Jagiełło from the opera Jadwiga, the Queen of Poland
Franciszek Mirecki Symphony in C minor



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