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Performer: Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra

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WarsawClosing of the 2019/2020 Concert Season

Beethoven: Symphony no. 9 in D minor "Choral", Op.125
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra; Andrey Boreyko; Warsaw Philharmonic Choir; Bartosz Michałowski; Aga Mikolaj; Ewa Wolak
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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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Tristan triumphs but Isolde languishes in Warsaw

Jacek Kaspszyk © Juliusz Multarzyński
Given the spate of visually distracting, if not irksome productions which seem to blight the opera world these days, there is something to be said for concert performances.
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Warsaw Philharmonic in Szymanowski and Beethoven

The Warsaw Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra offered a program of Szymanowski’s Stabat Mater and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Their performance at Cadogan Hall had outstanding moments but overall felt unremarkable.
***11
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Prom 55: The Warsaw Philharmonic's Proms debut celebrates Lutosławski centenary

Surprisingly, this was the Warsaw Philharmonic’s first visit to the Proms, invited as part of this year’s focus on Polish music. About time too, one might say, and particularly so with it being both Lutosławski’s centenary year (and almost Panufnik’s too, shy by a year), and this the farewell concert of outgoing Artistic Director of twelve years, Antoni Wit.
***11
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Warsaw Philharmonic at Leeds Town Hall

This concert by Poland’s national orchestra, the Warsaw Philharmonic, attracted a near-capacity audience which had in it a fair sprinkling of members of the local Polish community, judging from overheard conversations and some shouts of “Jeszcze raz!” (“More!”) at the end.