On the 1st of April, at the Oskar Kolberg Świętokrzyska Philharmonic Janusz Wawrowski will appear in recital with Piotr Kopczyński on piano. The programme consists of beautiful Polish music, which is a trademark of Janusz Wawrowski:
- Franciszek BRZEZIŃSKI (1867-1944) - Violin Sonata in D Major, Op.6
- Karol SZYMANOWSKI (1882-1937) - Narcissus from The Myths, Op. 3
- Witold LUTOSŁAWSKI (1913 – 1994) - Subito
- Karol SZYMANOWSKI - Dance from ballet Harnasie, Op. 55 (arr.for violin and piano by Paweł Kochański)
- Ludomir RÓŻYCKI (1883 – 1953) - Two Melodies, Op. 5
- Fryderyk CHOPIN (1810 – 1849) - Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, No. 2 (arr. for violin and piano by Pablo de Sarasate)
- Henryk WIENIAWSKI (1835 – 1880) - Polonaise de concert in D major, Op. 4
Start at 6:30 at the Oskar Kolberg Świętokrzyska Philharmonic - 12, Żeromskiego Street, Kielce.
On the 21 of February Janusz Wawrowski will perform the Violin Concerto in E Minor by F. Mendelssohn with the Lublin Philharmonic Orchestra.
Evgeniya Kuznetsova – soprano
Janusz Wawrowski – violin
Jerzy Zelnik - actor
Jacek Rogala – conductor
J. Wieniawski – “Wilhelm Milczek” dramatic overture
F. Mendelssohn – Violin Concerto in E Minor, Op. 64
L. van Beethoven – “Egmont”, Op. 84
Start at 7 pm at the Collegium Maius UM concert hall.
Janusz Wawrowski and José Gallardo were the guests of the morning programme on Polish Radio Channel 2. They talked about their passion of discovering rare pearls of Polish music, the 24 Caprises by Paganini, the artistic contract with Warner Music (previously EMI), and about Janusz Wawrowski’s plans for the future.
The text and the recorded interview you can find here (in Polish).
The FRYDERYK AWARDS are presented by the Phonographic Academy which associates nearly a thousand Polish musicians, authors, composers, record producers, music journalists and the recording industry.
On the 19th of February, in Warsaw, Janusz and José Gallardo will give a recital with Beethoven – Sonata No 4 in A minor, Karłowicz – Serenade, Weinberg – Rhapsody on Moldavian Themes, Ravel – Sonata No 2, Penderecki – Sonata No 1 and Three Miniatures, Wieniawski – Scherzo-Tarantelle, and Shostakovich, Preludes Op.34 No 10, 15, 16, 24.
Time: 7 pm
Place & Tickets: The Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music
On the 4th of February at Teatr Polski in Warsaw, Janusz Wawrowski will take part in a spectacle for children “Pan Lutosławski”.
This unusual and appealing spectacle presents Witold Lutosławski as an outstanding composer, cultivated man, emphasising the fundamental role of art in the social life. The project is based on two intermingling plots: one is the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale “The Nightingale” with music by Lutosławski and choreography by Artur Żymełka; and the other is a play written by Bogumiła Dziel-Wawrowska, showig crucial moments of Lutosławski’s life. During the spectacle Janusz Wawrowski and other young musicians will perform several of composer’s chamber works.
Financial support: Ministry of Culture and National Heritage programme ‘Lutoslawski 2013 – Promesa’ realised by The Institute of Music and Dance.
Teatr Polski, Warsaw
04.02.2014, start at 18:00.