On 15 and 16 June 2019 at 4pm in the concert hall of the Sinfonia Varsovia orchestra (272 Grochowska Street) concerts "Japan" and "Moniuszko" will take place as part of the cycle "Summer Concerts at Grochowska Street".
The cycle of afternoon chamber music concerts returns to the home of Sinfonia Varsovia. Just like last year, each Saturday and Sunday at 4:00 p.m. features performances by well-known artists and rising stars on the classical music scene. There will be 30 concerts arranged by common themes: Not just for Orchestra, Japan, Moniuszko, Relax, Travelling, Improvisation, Old Warsaw. The music will be performed by traditional ensembles and some rare configurations, including a reed trio with saxophone and bass clarinet, a cello octet and a flute quartet. The works performed will feature music of many periods and genres – from the Baroque to opera arias, jazz and contemporary and improvised music.
On 15 June, the music of Japanese artists and composers inspired by the culture of Japan will be presented by young talented Warsaw percussionists Mikołaj Rytowski and Franciszek Prokopiuk. They will present, among others, K'an by Wojtek Blecharz. The next day, Stanisław Moniuszko's quartets will be performed by the musicians of Sinfonia Varsovia and violinist Piotr Markowski, the deputy concertmaster of the Płock Symphony Orchestra.
Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.
More information at: www.sinfoniavarsovia.org