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16
February 2020
Sunday
6:00 PM
NFM, Main Hall
plac Wolności 1, 50-071 Wrocław

Valentine's Day Journey to the Mediterranean

Performers:

Marcin Danilewski – violin  & direction
Natalia Rubiś-Krzeszowiak – soprano
Krystian Adam Krzeszowiak – tenor
West Side Sinfonietta

Grzegorz Chojnowski – host

 

 

Programme:

Part One: Poland, Spain
B. Bilse Victoria Walzer
G. Giménez, M. Nieto Me llaman la primorosa from El barbero de Sevilla
V. Di Chiara La Spagnola
B. Bilse Sturm-Marsch Galopp op. 6
A. Lara Granada
G. Giménez Zapateado from La tempranica
B. Bilse Mit Bomben und Granaten – march op. 37
M. Penella El gato montés
 ***
Part Two: France, Italy
É. Waldteufel Les patineurs – waltz op. 183
F. Lopez L’amour est un bouquette de violette – aria and  Violette from Violettes impériales
E. De Curtis Non ti scordar di me
N. Paganini Variations on a theme of  'Moses in Egypt ' by G. Rossini
F.P. Tosti La mia canzone
E. De Curtis Tu ca nun chiagne
V. Monti Csardas
V. Cosma L’amour en héritage

Krystian Adam Krzeszowiak / fot. Piotr Kucia

Valentine’s Day is a good enough reason to visit the NFM. West Side Sinfonietta together with two outstanding soloists: Natalia Rubiś-Krzeszowiak and Krystian Adam Krzeszowiak, will take listeners on a musical journey to the Mediterranean.

The joyful occasion means that light and colorful music is chosen for the evening. There will be three works of Benjamin Bilse, born in Legnica, an artist who achieved great success in the 19th century. He founded an ensemble with which he toured all over Europe and which stood on a par with the Johann Strauss orchestra. His orchestra was conducted by the greatest artists of that time, including Richard Wagner. Bilse's compositions are melodious, graceful and orchestrated with great sensitivity. The first part of the evening will also feature colourful works of Spanish composers as well as international compositions inspired by the culture of the Iberian Peninsula. There will be works by Gerónim Giménez, Vincenz Di Chiara, Agustín Lara, and Manuel Penelli.

The second part of the concert will feature French and Italian music. Émile Waldteufel was the author of dance songs popular in France. Niccolò Paganini, the Italian violin virtuoso and composer, famous all over Europe, is the author of Variations on a theme from ‘Moses in Egypt' by G. Rossini. There will also be charming compositions by Jacques Météhen, Ernest De Curtis, Francesco Paolo Tosti, Vittoria Monti (spectacular and popular Csardas, i.e. a stylization of the Hungarian dance) and Vladimir Cosma. The programme is varied, original and worth enjoying it with your significant other.

Tickets:
SEAT TYPE KINDS OF TICKETS PRICES
VIP
  • VIP Ticket
110 PLN
I kategoria
  • Normal Ticket -Zone I
  • Reduced Ticket - Zone I
80 PLN
65 PLN
II kategoria
  • Normal Ticket - Zone II
  • Reduced Ticket - Zone II
  • NFM for Young Musicians
65 PLN
50 PLN
25 PLN
III kategoria
  • Normal Ticket - Zone III
  • Reduced Ticket - zone III
  • NFM for Young Musicians
50 PLN
35 PLN
25 PLN
VIP Room
  • VIP Room
70 PLN
Bilet VIP Room gwarantuje wstęp do sali VIP Room w przerwie koncertu i ważny jest tylko z biletem na koncert.

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