ICE Classic: Jakub Józef Orliński

Wednesday, December 16, 2020, 7:30 PM

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  • Wednesday, December 16, 2020, 7:30 PM
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Jakub Józef Orliński is one of the greatest discoveries in the classical music world in recent years. Polish countertenor gets worldwide acclaim and performs with the brightest stars of the operatic scene. He brings together the world of classical music and the pop culture by pairing a career in opera with breakdancing, by a "Vogue" cover photo and "The new Yorker's" article: Millennial Countertenor Pop-Star. In November 2019, he released his second album Facce d’amore – the repertoire which he will also present during the Kraków concert.

Jakub Józef Orliński – countertenor
il pomo d’oro
 
F. Cavalli: Sinfonia + Erme, e solinghe… Lucidissima face (Endimione) from La Calisto (1661)
G.A. Boretti: Chi scherza con Amor (Eliogabalo) from Eliogabalo (1668)
G.A. Boretti: Sinfonia + Crudo amor non hai pietà (Claudio) from Claudio Cesare (1672)
G. Bononcini: Infelice mia costanza (Aminta) from La costanza non gradita (1694)
G. Bononcini: Sinfonia from La nemica d'Amore fatta amante 
G.F. Handel: Otton qual portentoso fulmine... Voi che udite (Ottone) from Agrippina (1709)
G.M. Orlandini/J. Mattheson: Che m'ami ti prega (Nerone) from Nerone (1721)
G.F. Handel: Pena tiranna (Dardano) from Amadigi di Gaula (1715) 
G.F. Handel: Spera, che tra le care gioie (Muzio) from Muzio Scevola (1721)
L.A. Predieri: Finchè salvo è l'amor suo (Scipione) from Scipione il Giovane (1731)
F.B. Conti: Odio, vendetta, amor (Fernando) from Don Chisciotte in Sierra Morena (1719)
N. Matteis: Ballo dei Bagatellieri from Don Chisciotte in Siera Morena (1719) 
L.A. Predieri: Dovian quest’occhi piangere (Scipione) from Scipione il Giovane (1731)
J.A. Hasse: Sempre a si vaghi rai (Orfeo) from Orfeo (1736)

ICE Classic is a unique series of classical music concerts, which induced Krakow to the group of important music stages in Europe. Thanks to the concert space offered by the ICE Kraków Congress Centre, the capital of the Małopolska region has at its disposal a concert venue accommodating nearly 2,000 people, with excellent technical facilities and high acoustic performance.
The ICE Classic brand is consistently built upon the performances of the greatest stars of classical music. Krakow has already hosted some of the most outstanding opera soloists of our times: Aleksandra Kurzak, Edita Gruberová, Diana Damrau and Elīna Garanča, exquisite instrumentalists: Anne-Sophie Mutter, Ivo Pogorelić and Piotr Anderszewski, the outstanding conductor Kent Nagano with the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal and the extraordinary composer Max Richter.

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ICE Kraków Congress Centre

ul. Konopnickiej 17

A modern venue hosting concerts, theatrical performances, exhibitions, congresses, conferences, and other prestigious cultural and community events.

The multifunctional ICE Kraków Congress Centre is one of the most attractively situated and designed venues of this type in Europe. Opened in 2014, the modern venue hosts concerts, theatrical productions, exhibitions, congresses, conferences, and other prestigious cultural and community events. The high standard of the building has ranked it among the most exclusive and award-winning congress centres in Europe.

The ICE Kraków offers three impressive halls: Auditorium, Theatre, and Chamber with 2000, 600, and 300 seats respectively, plus an additional complex of conference halls. Its pride and hallmark is the all-glass three-storey lobby opening onto the Vistula and offering a magnificent view of Wawel and the Church “on the Rock”.

An InfoKraków city information point on the premises.

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