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  • R
    13
    juuli
    2018

    Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi

    19:00

    Szczecin, Poola

    SUMMA SUMMARUM

    Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi (Poland)
    Górecki, Pärt, Vähi, Bruch, Wiren

    Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi gathers the artistic potential of the Baltic Sea Region. Its goal is to present the most valuable phenomena and tendencies in Polish music. In 2017, the project included 5 concert tours during which the ensemble performed a series of concerts in six countries of the Baltic area: Poland, Norway, Lithuania, Estonia, Germany and Sweden. Baltic Virtuosi concerts promote the music of Polish composers, both the prominent and well-known as well as talented young artists alongside music from the Baltic Sea Region for bigger chamber ensembles ranging from quintets to chamber orchestra. The ensemble consists of international renown musicians sharing the passion of chamber music: members of Baltic Neopolis Orchestra and outstanding soloists such as Bartłomiej Nizioł, the winner of three Fryderyk Music Awards; Tomasz Tomaszewski, Deutsche Oper concertmaster; Maria Machowska − concertmaster of National Philharmonic in Warsaw; Andriy Vivytovych − principal violist of Covent Garden Opera Orchestra in London; Gareth Lubbe − professor at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen; Adam Klocek − winner of the Grammy Award in 2014; Andreas Lend − one of the most titled Estonian cellists and Marcelo Nisinman, one of today’s foremost bandoneon soloist.

  • L
    14
    juuli
    2018

    Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi

    19:00

    Szczecin, Poola

    SUMMA SUMMARUM

    Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi (Poland)
    Górecki, Pärt, Vähi, Bruch, Wiren

    Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi gathers the artistic potential of the Baltic Sea Region. Its goal is to present the most valuable phenomena and tendencies in Polish music. In 2017, the project included 5 concert tours during which the ensemble performed a series of concerts in six countries of the Baltic area: Poland, Norway, Lithuania, Estonia, Germany and Sweden. Baltic Virtuosi concerts promote the music of Polish composers, both the prominent and well-known as well as talented young artists alongside music from the Baltic Sea Region for bigger chamber ensembles ranging from quintets to chamber orchestra. The ensemble consists of international renown musicians sharing the passion of chamber music: members of Baltic Neopolis Orchestra and outstanding soloists such as Bartłomiej Nizioł, the winner of three Fryderyk Music Awards; Tomasz Tomaszewski, Deutsche Oper concertmaster; Maria Machowska − concertmaster of National Philharmonic in Warsaw; Andriy Vivytovych − principal violist of Covent Garden Opera Orchestra in London; Gareth Lubbe − professor at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen; Adam Klocek − winner of the Grammy Award in 2014; Andreas Lend − one of the most titled Estonian cellists and Marcelo Nisinman, one of today’s foremost bandoneon soloist.

  • P
    15
    juuli
    2018

    Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi

    19:00

    Ostrow Wielkopolski

  • T
    17
    juuli
    2018

    Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi

    19:00

    Tartu Jaani kirik

    SUMMA SUMMARUM

    Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi (Poland)
    Górecki, Pärt, Vähi, Bruch, Wiren

    Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi gathers the artistic potential of the Baltic Sea Region. Its goal is to present the most valuable phenomena and tendencies in Polish music. In 2017, the project included 5 concert tours during which the ensemble performed a series of concerts in six countries of the Baltic area: Poland, Norway, Lithuania, Estonia, Germany and Sweden. Baltic Virtuosi concerts promote the music of Polish composers, both the prominent and well-known as well as talented young artists alongside music from the Baltic Sea Region for bigger chamber ensembles ranging from quintets to chamber orchestra. The ensemble consists of international renown musicians sharing the passion of chamber music: members of Baltic Neopolis Orchestra and outstanding soloists such as Bartłomiej Nizioł, the winner of three Fryderyk Music Awards; Tomasz Tomaszewski, Deutsche Oper concertmaster; Maria Machowska − concertmaster of National Philharmonic in Warsaw; Andriy Vivytovych − principal violist of Covent Garden Opera Orchestra in London; Gareth Lubbe − professor at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen; Adam Klocek − winner of the Grammy Award in 2014; Andreas Lend − one of the most titled Estonian cellists and Marcelo Nisinman, one of today’s foremost bandoneon soloist.

  • T
    31
    juuli
    2018

    Andreas Lend & Allan Jakobi (accordion)

    19:00

    Kehtna kirik

    Rapla Kirikumusika festival