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23
February 2020
Sunday
6:00 PM
Main Hall, reversed stage
plac Wolności 1, 50-071 Wrocław

Jesu, meine Freude

Performers:

Andrzej Kosendiak – conductor
Wrocław Baroque Ensemble:
Aldona Bartnik – soprano
Aleksandra Turalska – soprano
Piotr Olech – alto
Maciej Gocman – tenor
Tomáš Král – bass
Zbigniew Pilch – I violin
Mikołaj Zgółka – II violin
Michał Mazur, Dominika Garncarz – viola
Thomas Meraner – oboe
Julia Karpeta – viola da gamba
Krzysztof Karpeta – violone
Marta Niedźwiecka – chest organ

Programme:

J.S. Bach  Ich habe genug – cantata BWV 82, Jesu, meine Freude – motet BWV 227
***
J.S. Bach Christ lag in Todesbanden – cantata BWV 4, Ich bin vergnügt mit meinem Glücke – cantata BWV 84

Wrocław Baroque Ensemble / fot. Łukasz Rajchert

 

Although today we cannot imagine the history of music without the work of Johann Sebastian Bach, the composer had to wait almost a century for recognition. Although he was a valued musician during his lifetime, he did not have such a dazzling success as George Frideric Handel.

We know much less about Johann Sebastian Bach than about his music. Judging by the composer's preserved output, he was certainly a hard-working and rather busy artist All the more so because the works known today are just a fragment of the composer's oeuvre - a large part of the works have been lost due to the neglect of his sons. The compositions that survived have become a model for subsequent generations of artists. Even Chopin was fascinated by Bach's work. In one of his letters he wrote: 'If any era turns away from Bach, it will give a sad testimony of shallowerness, stupidity and spoiled taste... There are few geniuses who feel all instruments and can extract everything from every instrument.'

 

Tickets:
SEAT TYPE KINDS OF TICKETS PRICES
Strefa I - poziom -1
  • VIP ticket
50 PLN
Strefa II - poziom -1
  • Normal ticket
  • Reduced ticket
  • NFM For Young Musicians
35 PLN
25 PLN
10 PLN
Strefa II - poziom 0
  • Normal ticket
  • Reduced ticket
  • NFM For Young Musicians
35 PLN
25 PLN
10 PLN
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