7th Kraków Musical Autumn

Sunday, October 18, 2020, 7:30 PM

  • Sunday, October 18, 2020, 7:30 PM
  • Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 7:30 PM
  • Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 7:30 PM
  • Thursday, October 22, 2020, 7:30 PM

Kraków Musical Autumn is formed by a series of concerts devoted to chamber music. Its repertoire combines classical and contemporary music.

18 October 2020, 19.30

Airis String Quartet:
Aleksandra Czajor – violin I
Grażyna Zubik – violin II
Malwina Tkaczyk – viola
Mateusz Mańka – cello

Ludwig van Beethoven – String Quartet No. 11 in F minor
Michał Dobrzyński – „InGarden Quartet”, IV String Quartet (premiere)*
Felix Mendelssohn – String Quarte

20 October 2020, 19.30

Piotr Rachwał – violin
Barbara Łypik-Sobaniec – viola
Sławomir Cierpik – piano

Ada Gentile – Serene Ombre 
Adam Walaciński – Cinque episodi (2001)
Antonin Dvořák – Piano trio e-moll „Dumky” op. 90

21 October 2020, 19.30

Magdalena Kulig - mezzosoprano
Maciej Zimka - accordion

Mieczysław Karłowicz – Selection of songs
Smutną jest dusza moja op. 1 nr 6
Mów do mnie jeszcze 
op. 3 nr 1
Z erotyków 
op. 3 nr 2
Na spokojnym, ciemnym morzu 
op. 3 nr 3
Nie płacz nade mną 
op. 3 nr 7
Po szerokim morzu 
op. 3 nr 9
Zaczarowana królewna 
op. 3 nr 10

Fryderyk Chopin – Selection of songs op. 74
Smutna rzeka
Śliczny chłopiec
Moja pieszczotka
Dwojaki koniec

Peter Cornelius – Trauer und Trost op. 3
Ein Ton
An den Traum

Piotr Czajkowski – Selection of songs 
Nie wier, moj drug op. 6 nr 1
 op. 16 nr 1
Net, tol'ko tot, kto znal 
op. 6 nr 6
Moj genie, moj angel moj drug
Zabyt tak skoro

22 October 2020, 19.30

Piotr Pawlak - piano

Fryderyk Chopin – Selection of songs 
Krakowiak F-dur op. 14 
Impromptu As-dur op. 29
Impromptu Fis-dur op. 36
Impromptu Ges-dur op. 51
Fantaisie-Impromptu cis-moll op. posth. 66
Polonezy op. 40 (nr 1 A-dur, nr 2 c-moll)
Ballada f-moll op. 52

Kraków Philharmonic Hall

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Besides their weekly symphony concerts, the Kraków Philharmonic also organises master recitals and educational concerts for children and young people.

The Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic Hall in Kraków was the first philharmonic to open in Poland after the Second World War. Besides the weekly symphony concerts, it organises master recitals and educational concerts for children and young people, while the summer meetings with music assume the form of chamber concerts of slightly lighter character. A hallmark of the Kraków Philharmonic repertoire is its programme of oratorios, which the Philharmonic can present thanks to its extensive and varied lineup: the orchestra, mixed choir, and boys choir. The Kraków Philharmonic has become recognised for its promotion of the works of Karol Szymanowski in Poland and abroad.

The Philharmonic Hall frequently hosts concerts by special guests, for example, at major festivals.

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