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21
February 2020
Friday
7:00 PM
NFM, Main Hall
plac Wolności 1, 50-071 Wrocław

Immortal Mozart

Performers:

Daniel Stabrawa – violin & direction
NFM Wrocław Philharmonic

Programme:

W.A. Mozart Violin Concerto in B flat major KV 207
A. Panufnik Concerto
***
F. Schubert Symphony No. 5 in B flat major D 485

Daniel Stabrawa / fot. archiwum artysty

Another concert in Wrocław with the participation of Daniel Stabrawa, concertmaster of the Berliner Philharmoniker, features works of three composers: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Andrzej Panufnik and Franz Schubert. Maestro Stabrawa will play/direct.

Mozart's Concerto in B flat major is the first of his five violin concertos. This is an early composition, written when the artist was almost 19 years old. However, even such a young author did not have problems with composing a piece that challenged the soloist with quite serious technical requirements. Moreover, it is not empty virtuosity, but an expression of Mozart's sense of humour emanating from a composition full of energy and joy.

Panufnik's Violin Concerto is completely different, commissioned by his friend Yehudi Menuhin. The composer accepted the offer with joy, and writing this work turned out to be a return to the world of his childhood. The artist's father was a luthier, and the first years of the future composer's life were saturated with the smells of wood and varnish, as well as a view of the instruments built in his father’s workshop. These experiences influenced the piece's reflective, warm and lyrical tone. They also made the composer living in England decide to write the third movement in the rhythm of a joyful oberek. Panufnik wrote: "I composed a piece that was supposed to show the soul of the performer rather than turn the violin neck into a gym for jumping fingers."

Schubert's Symphony No. 5 is also characterized by lightness and grace, like Mozart's featured concerto. It is a work written in a period in which the composer emphasized in his personal writings the great significance that the Eine kleine Nachtmusik had for him. That is why his own symphony is a cheerful and elegant work, orchestrated sparingly and with great sensitivity.

Tickets:
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VIP Available
  • VIP Ticket
60 PLN
I kategoria Only a few seats left
  • Zone I Normal Ticket
  • Zone I Reduced Ticket
50 PLN
40 PLN
II kategoria Only a few seats left
  • Zone II Normal Ticket
  • Zone II Reduced Ticket
  • NFM For Young Musicians
45 PLN
35 PLN
20 PLN
III kategoria Only a few seats left
  • Zone III Normal Ticket
  • Zone III Reduced Ticket
  • NFM For Young Musicians
40 PLN
30 PLN
20 PLN
Sala Zabaw Only a few seats left
  • NFM dla Rodziców - Sala Zabaw
10 PLN

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Daniel Stabrawa about the NFM

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