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Composer: Bacewicz, Grażyna (1909-1969)

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Year of birth1909
Year of death1969
NationalityPoland
Period20th century
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GothenburgVirtuosic with Alice Sara Ott

Bacewicz, Liszt, Shostakovich
Gothenburg Symphony; Santtu-Matias Rouvali; Alice Sara Ott

GothenburgIntimate Letters

Sibelius, Bacewicz, Strauss R., Janáček
Musicians from Gothenburg Symphony

ManchesterNorthern Chamber Orchestra with Martin Roscoe, piano

Northern Chamber Orchestra with Martin Roscoe, piano
Gounod, Schumann, Bacewicz, Mozart
Northern Chamber Orchestra; Martin Roscoe

LondonSouthbank Sinfonia – A Faster Pulse

Southbank Sinfonia – A Faster Pulse
Britten, Lutosławski, Bacewicz, Górecki, Grieg
Southbank Sinfonia

ChicagoThe Silesian Quartet

Szymanowski, Bacewicz, Górecki, Penderecki
Silesian String Quartet
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A fascinating offering of chamber music at Bantry House in Cork

Quatuor Danel © Ant Clausen
An energetic Kodály and a convincing Bacewicz String Quartet no. 4 made for a satisfying first half, while the Quatuor Danel delivered a wonderful rendition of Beethoven’s Op.59 no. 1. 
***11
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The Scottish Ensemble journeys to Eastern Europe

The complex world of Górecki, Bacewicz and Cytż is contrasted with Dvořák and Chopin as The Scottish Ensemble embarked upon an Eastern European journey with guest director Bartosz Woroch.
****1
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Nights in the Harem in Paris

Geneviève Laurenceau © Yvan Schawandascht
The Orchestre Pasdeloup contributes tales to the Philharmonie's Mille et une Nuits festival of music inspired by the Orient. 
***11
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A traumatised concerto at the Baltic Sea Festival

Alina Baeva and Ernst van Tiel © Arne Hyckenberg
Polish composer Grażyna Bacewicz’s seven minute Divertimento proves the most emotionally potent in a concert at the Baltic Sea Festival also featuring works by Shostakovich and Górecki.
***11
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