Anna Bernacka / fot. Michał Heller
Anna Bernacka / fot. Michał Heller
Chamber concerts
Rediscovered Weinberg
7:00 PM
NFM, Chamber Hall

M. Weinberg
Old Letters  op. 77 for soprano and piano after J. Tuwim: Staruszkowie, Zegary biją, Śmierć Isaka Kona, Walc starych panien, List miłosny, Ballada starofrancuska, Lorelei, Ostatni list
Memory op. 62 for mezzo-soprano and piano after J. Tuwim: Rozmyślania, Dziecko przed sklepem z zabawkami, Wiersz o umarłej nadziei, Przypomnienie, Litania
Three Songs op. 22 for soprano and piano after A. Mickiewicz: Przypomnienie, Polały się łzy, Nad wodą wielką i czystą
Gypsy Bible op. 57 for middle voice and piano after J. Tuwim: Biblia cygańska, Żydek, Kusy, Aptekarz majowy, Moment, Dwa wiatry, Ślepcy
Acacias op. 4 for soprano and piano after J. Tuwim: Powiedzieć ci nie mogę, Akacje, Jesteś znowu, Wieczór, Jeżeli, Piosenka

The project is part of the commemoration of the centennial of regaining independence and rebuilding Polish statehood


Aleksandra Kubas-Kruk – soprano
Anna Bernacka – mezzo-soprano
Monika Kruk – piano

NFM, Chamber Hall
plac Wolności 1, 50-071 Wrocław
from 20 to 55 zł

Mieczysław Weinberg is one of the most intriguing composers of the last century. Although he was born and raised in Warsaw, he spent his adult life in the Soviet Union, where he earned fame and recognition. Only recently has his fascinating music come to prominence in Poland. In this concert, the renowned singers Aleksandra Kubas-Kruk and Anna Bernacka and pianist Monika Kruk will perform selected songs by the composer.

Weinberg’s output is vast: it encompasses 153 compositions with opus numbers, as well as many functional works composed for film, circus or radio. Among numerous symphonies, instrumental concertos and operas is a special place for the songs written simply for voice and piano. These were Weinberg’s personal, almost intimate space: a statement and an expression of deeply concealed feelings. The programme of the concert in Wrocław includes five song cycles. One of them – Three Songs, Op. 22 – consists of arrangements of texts by Adam Mickiewicz. However, the poet that was particularly valued and liked by Weinberg was Julian Tuwim. Our concert artists will perform four cycles composed for the works of this poet, from various stages of the composer’s life. These will be: Old Letters, Op. 77, Memory, Op. 62, The Gypsy Bible, Op. 57 and Acacias, Op. 4.

The concert dedicated to Weinberg’s songs will be a moving meeting with the works of an outstanding – and unjustly forgotten – composer.

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