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Händel - Messiah

Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir
Haselböck / Im / Orliński / Boden / López

21 Dec, 7.30 pm
22 Dec, 6 pm

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Repertoire

Concert of Graduates from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw
Event type: Chamber music concert
Hall: Chamber Music Hall
Subscription: K3 - Chamber music concerts
Price: 30 zł
Conductor/Performers
Program
Philippe Gaubert
- Fantaisie for flute and piano [7’]
Camille Saint-Saëns
- Introduction et rondo capriccioso, Op. 28 [9’]
Ferruccio Busoni
- Chaconne based on Chaconne from the Violin Partita No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004 by J.S. Bach [15’]
Paweł Mykietyn
- 4 Preludes for piano [12']
Olivier Messiaen
- Thème et variations for violin and piano [7’]
Claude Pascal
- Trois Légendes for clarinet and piano [9’]
Paweł Szymański
- Ein Traum – nr 1 z cyklu 3 Pieśni do słów Georga Trakla w autorskiej wersji na głos i fortepian [7’]
Witold Lutosławski
- Wind and Winter from the cycle Five Songs to words by Kazimiera Iłłakowiczówna (ver. for female voice and piano) [4']
Prasqual
- Ballade vom Telefon from the cycle Four Songs to words by Manfred Wolff for soprano and piano [3']
Russell Peterson
- Trio #2 for flute, alto saxophone and piano [10’]
Francis Poulenc
- La courte paille, FP 178 [8’]

As always, no end of season would be complete without a special event that for many years now has added colour and a particular importance to our philharmonic tradition. This event is the concert given by graduates of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music – the largest academy of music in Poland. The fact that the best alumni of the University perform on the Philharmonic’s stage has given it symbolic value – years of musical education are crowned with a unique and prestigious concert. For decades, the graduates of first the Conservatory, then the Academy of Music, and recently the University of Music, have gone on to join the ensembles of the Warsaw Philharmonic and will continue to do so in the future. It is a natural rite of passage and at the same time shows a real (day‑to‑day) dimension of the work performed by both institutions. However, before this year’s graduates embark on this journey, their participation in the concert ending the academic year 2017/2018 clearly marks an elevation in their status as artists. The concert programme long remains a surprise. Some of the reasons for this are quite prosaic – the composition of the ensemble is only known shortly before the rehearsals. However, there is one more, extraordinary reason – the programme will feature premieres of pieces written by young graduates of the University’s composing class. What forms will their fresh composing ideas take? This remains to be seen. And this is another reason why this evening is so special. 

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