Promoter Warsaw Philharmonic
In partnership with the Warsaw Philharmonic
Guest promoter
On tour
Whole repertoire

New artistic season

Programme of the 2019/2020 season is available at our website!
See more...

Chopin and His Europe at the Philharmonic

We invite you to Festival's concerts at the Warsaw Philharmonic
See more...

Special Oratorio Concert

WarsawPhil Ensembles
Kaspszyk / Kurzak / Rehlis / Alagna / Siwek
tickets now available!

See more...

Live broadcasts 2019/2020

The 2019/2020 Season live broadcast schedule
See more...
Return to concert list


Piano Recital
Event type: recital
Hall: Concert Hall
Subscription: P - Pianists
Price: 90-180 zł
Robert Schumann
- Sieben Klavierstücke in Fughettenform, Op. 126
Johann Sebastian Bach
- Prelude and Fugue in A-flat Major, BWV 886 (from Das wohltemperierte Klavier, Book II)
Johann Sebastian Bach
- Prelude and Fugue in G-sharp Minor, BWV 887 (from Das wohltemperierte Klavier, Book II)
Johann Sebastian Bach
- Prelude and Fugue in E-flat Major, BWV 876 (from Das wohltemperierte Klavier, Book II)
Johann Sebastian Bach
- Prelude and Fugue in D-sharp Minor, BWV 877 (from Das wohltemperierte Klavier, Book II)
Intermission [20']
Ludwig van Beethoven
- Diabelli Variations, Op. 120 [55']

Due to the indisposition of the Artist, the concert has been moved from Tuesday, 26 March to Thursday, 25 April 2019 (Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall, 7 pm).

The tickets remain their valid. Returns will be accepted until 18 April.

We apologize for this change.



Bach and Beethoven already met on Piotr Anderszewski’s memorable first solo album of 1996, hailed by many critics as a work of genius. The fascinating pianist frequently returns to this repertoire, presenting it in ever new light. Michał Mendyk wrote about his famous live recording from Carnegie Hall: “Anderszewski combines confidence with lightness and poetic quality. Bach’s partita No. 2 came first – the pianist found his way through its contrapuntal labyrinth with the grace of a butterfly. For the finale he played Beethoven’s late A Flat Major Sonata Op. 110 a – a display of narrative mastery, smoothly developing from immaterial intimacy to violent, nearly physical conflict. [...] Anderszewski can still surprise and he likes to leave the beaten track, destroy his stereotypical image, and leave his fervent fans in suspension. He is an artist in the old style, a ‘restless traveller’.

Piotr Anderszewski’s piano art is far from academic. He escapes simple classifications and cannot be assigned to any specific piano school, but he also avoids provocation for its own sake. What he expects from his audience is intellectual dialogue. He asks questions and inspires reflection concerning the complex relations between a work’s construction and its message. The rare opportunity to hear such a charismatic artist perform live is surely the dream of every music connoisseur and this concert is definitely a must‑go.

Filharmonia Narodowa
Download on your device
All rights reserved © 2016 Filharmonia Narodowa Site by: ActiveDesign