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Guide to Classical Music, Opera and Dance in Poland

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WarsawInaugural symphonic concert

Penderecki, Debussy, Chopin, Bizet
Beethoven Academy Orchestra; Jean-Luc Tingaud; Szymon Nehring; Łukasz Dyczko

WarsawPiano recital

Chopin, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven
Alexei Lubimov, Fortepiano

WarsawPiano recital

Schumann, Chopin
Charles Richard-Hamelin, Piano

WarsawChamber concert

Chopin, Panufnik
Dóra Ombódi; Kevin Kenner; Sławomir Rozlach; Apollon Musagète Quartet

WarsawRecital of Songs

Mariusz Godlewski; Radosław Kurek
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Radulović's Barber the highlight at NFM Wrocław

Nemanja Radulović © Joanna Stoga
Eiji Oue doesn't quite convince in Bernstein and Copland, but Samuel Barber's Violin Concerto proves a winner. 
***11
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A Requiem to soothe troubled souls at NOSPR in Katowice

RIAS Kammerchor, NOSPR and Alexander Liebereich © Bartek Barczyk
Debussy's early cantata is played with verve by NOSPR but exposes its composer's inexperience; Mansurian's memorial to genocide shows off the exceptional musicianship of the RIAS Kammerchor.
***11
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Mystery and melancholy, but missing the madness

Bernarda Fink © Alexander Liebreich
A stellar performance of Mahler’s cosmic Third symphony reinforces the reputation of Katowice as a bone fide member of the premier European music league.
***11
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A musical celebration of Polish Independence

Jacek Kaspszyk © ICA Artists
Warsaw Philharmonic celebrates the 100th anniversary of Polish independence with performances of great local composers – Lutoslawski, Szymanowski and Szabelski – and Debussy’s La Mer for good measure.
****1
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La Currentzis di Tito: a Mozartian mishap in Wrocław

Anna Lucia Richter (Servilia), Stéphanie d’Oustrac (sesto) and Karina Gauvin (Vitellia) © Lukasz Rajchert
Mozart was supposed to be the composer of La clemenza di Tito but it was really a critical edition of Metastasio’s opus by Teodor Currentzis.
**111
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