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We present the photos from the first day of the 4th International Chopinological Congress!
02/12/2021

We present the photos from the first day of the 4th International Chopinological Congress!

🎄🎹 Christmas offer in the store of NIFC 🎹🎄While looking for gifts for music lovers and bookworms, have a look at our off...
01/12/2021

🎄🎹 Christmas offer in the store of NIFC 🎹🎄

While looking for gifts for music lovers and bookworms, have a look at our offer at the online store of NIFC! From today to 31 December you will get all books and albums at 30% off and selected accessories, including the souvenirs from the 18th Chopin Competition, with a 10% discount.

🧸 We also have beautiful presents for the youngest in our store!

🎁 Spend more than PLN 100 and get a free gift!

More at: https://sklep.nifc.pl

🎄🎹 Christmas offer in the store of NIFC 🎹🎄

While looking for gifts for music lovers and bookworms, have a look at our offer at the online store of NIFC! From today to 31 December you will get all books and albums at 30% off and selected accessories, including the souvenirs from the 18th Chopin Competition, with a 10% discount.

🧸 We also have beautiful presents for the youngest in our store!

🎁 Spend more than PLN 100 and get a free gift!

More at: https://sklep.nifc.pl

🥇 Medals commemorating the 18th International Chopin CompetitionOn 20 October the names of six prize-winners of the 18th...
30/11/2021

🥇 Medals commemorating the 18th International Chopin Competition

On 20 October the names of six prize-winners of the 18th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition were announced. The Jury of the Competition awarded them with prizes and distinctions, and the third best participants received medals: a gold, silver and bronze one.

The project of the medal commemorating the 18th International Chopin Competition was prepared by Prof. Dr hab. Hanna Jelonek: a medal artist, sculptor, drawing artist and a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where in 2012-2019 she was a dean of the Sculpture Faculty, and since 2004 she has been in charge of the Medal Making Laboratory.
Prof. Jelonek is a member of the Main Board of FIDEM – International Art Medal Federation. Since 1981, she has collaborated with the Mint of Poland in Warsaw. Her output includes over 600 cast and stamped medals, sculptures in stone and bronze, forms cut in paper and cycles of drawings. In 2018 she was a laureate of the British Art Medal Society’s Struck Medal Award funded by the international Fattorini foundation and awarded by the British Art Medal Society for the best struck medal. Her works are kept at the collections of museums in Poland and abroad as well as in numerous private collections.

Medals that commemorate this year’s Chopin Competition were struck in the Mint of Poland, measuring: 8x8 cm as prizes at the Competition (a gold, silver and bronze one) and 7x7 cm in the version for collectors. The shape of the medal is irregular, and the characteristic element is light blue synthetic enamel, which was used in all medals.

ph. Dariusz Golik

🥇 Medals commemorating the 18th International Chopin Competition

On 20 October the names of six prize-winners of the 18th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition were announced. The Jury of the Competition awarded them with prizes and distinctions, and the third best participants received medals: a gold, silver and bronze one.

The project of the medal commemorating the 18th International Chopin Competition was prepared by Prof. Dr hab. Hanna Jelonek: a medal artist, sculptor, drawing artist and a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where in 2012-2019 she was a dean of the Sculpture Faculty, and since 2004 she has been in charge of the Medal Making Laboratory.
Prof. Jelonek is a member of the Main Board of FIDEM – International Art Medal Federation. Since 1981, she has collaborated with the Mint of Poland in Warsaw. Her output includes over 600 cast and stamped medals, sculptures in stone and bronze, forms cut in paper and cycles of drawings. In 2018 she was a laureate of the British Art Medal Society’s Struck Medal Award funded by the international Fattorini foundation and awarded by the British Art Medal Society for the best struck medal. Her works are kept at the collections of museums in Poland and abroad as well as in numerous private collections.

Medals that commemorate this year’s Chopin Competition were struck in the Mint of Poland, measuring: 8x8 cm as prizes at the Competition (a gold, silver and bronze one) and 7x7 cm in the version for collectors. The shape of the medal is irregular, and the characteristic element is light blue synthetic enamel, which was used in all medals.

ph. Dariusz Golik

Chopin heritage in open access | Meeting in the salonGeorge Sand, Alfred de Musset and Eugène Delacroix appear in this p...
29/11/2021

Chopin heritage in open access | Meeting in the salon

George Sand, Alfred de Musset and Eugène Delacroix appear in this picture representing an imaginary scene. The men seem to be having a lazy conversation, while the writer is sitting comfortably in an armchair and reading a book.
Apart from the interesting details of the interior and the elegant clothes of the characters, the viewer's interest may also be aroused by what is invisible, namely the relations between the characters in the scene. Delacroix was a friend of George Sand, a frequent guest at her summer residence in Nohant; he taught her son, Maurice, painting. During the painter's conversations with Fryderyk Chopin about the essence of art, the famous phrase 'the blue note' was created.
Alfred de Musset, Romantic poet and playwright, had an affair with the writer, which lasted for several years. This relationship, though difficult, was an inspiration for the artist, as it was then that his famous works were created, including Confession of a Child of the Century, in which he was to depict the difficulties he faced in his relationship with George Sand.
The painting, which depicts a fictional scene, is therefore a perfect starting point for a discussion on both French Romanticism and the complexity of relationships.
You can see it at the website of the Chopin Heritage in open access: http://bityl.pl/PtyXy

Chopin heritage in open access | Meeting in the salon

George Sand, Alfred de Musset and Eugène Delacroix appear in this picture representing an imaginary scene. The men seem to be having a lazy conversation, while the writer is sitting comfortably in an armchair and reading a book.
Apart from the interesting details of the interior and the elegant clothes of the characters, the viewer's interest may also be aroused by what is invisible, namely the relations between the characters in the scene. Delacroix was a friend of George Sand, a frequent guest at her summer residence in Nohant; he taught her son, Maurice, painting. During the painter's conversations with Fryderyk Chopin about the essence of art, the famous phrase 'the blue note' was created.
Alfred de Musset, Romantic poet and playwright, had an affair with the writer, which lasted for several years. This relationship, though difficult, was an inspiration for the artist, as it was then that his famous works were created, including Confession of a Child of the Century, in which he was to depict the difficulties he faced in his relationship with George Sand.
The painting, which depicts a fictional scene, is therefore a perfect starting point for a discussion on both French Romanticism and the complexity of relationships.
You can see it at the website of the Chopin Heritage in open access: http://bityl.pl/PtyXy

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28/11/2021

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Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu will play in SeoulThe winner of the 18th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition, Bruce (Xiao...
27/11/2021

Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu will play in Seoul

The winner of the 18th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition, Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu will play the concert with Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra. The event called ‘AND THE WINNER IS…’ will take place today, on 27 November 2021 at 5:00 p.m. at Seoul Arts Center in southern Seoul.
The Canadian pianist will perform Fryderyk Chopin’s Piano Concerto in E minor, Op. 11. Hector Berlioz’s ‘Roman Carnival’ Overture and Dmitri Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 9 in E-flat major, Op. 7 will also appear on the programme.

Although tickets for the event have sold out, you can watch it live via streaming platform Naver [https://live.naver.com/].

Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu will play in Seoul

The winner of the 18th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition, Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu will play the concert with Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra. The event called ‘AND THE WINNER IS…’ will take place today, on 27 November 2021 at 5:00 p.m. at Seoul Arts Center in southern Seoul.
The Canadian pianist will perform Fryderyk Chopin’s Piano Concerto in E minor, Op. 11. Hector Berlioz’s ‘Roman Carnival’ Overture and Dmitri Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 9 in E-flat major, Op. 7 will also appear on the programme.

Although tickets for the event have sold out, you can watch it live via streaming platform Naver [https://live.naver.com/].

At the age of 21, already a professional pianist, he began taking lessons from Fryderyk Chopin, who quickly recognised a...
26/11/2021

At the age of 21, already a professional pianist, he began taking lessons from Fryderyk Chopin, who quickly recognised and appreciated his talent. Lessons took place three times a week, but the pupil paid only for one, while the other two were a gift from the teacher. The author of the mazurkas was to say to him: ‘You are somewhat exalted, but that’s fine, as with all people of the North.’ Chopin soon entrusted the pupil with making copies of his works for publishers, which can be seen as an proof for trust and friendship.

The story is about Thomas Tellefsen (1823–1874), a Norwegian pianist and composer, pupil of Chopin and teacher, who was born exactly 198 years ago. His output includes 44 opuses, comprising piano pieces, chamber music and two concertos. Most of his works are kept at the University Library in Trondheim, the Trondheim Music Museum and the National Library in Oslo. For many years forgotten, he now appears more and more frequently in various arrangements of 19th-century music, and his compositions are included in concert repertoires.

At the age of 21, already a professional pianist, he began taking lessons from Fryderyk Chopin, who quickly recognised and appreciated his talent. Lessons took place three times a week, but the pupil paid only for one, while the other two were a gift from the teacher. The author of the mazurkas was to say to him: ‘You are somewhat exalted, but that’s fine, as with all people of the North.’ Chopin soon entrusted the pupil with making copies of his works for publishers, which can be seen as an proof for trust and friendship.

The story is about Thomas Tellefsen (1823–1874), a Norwegian pianist and composer, pupil of Chopin and teacher, who was born exactly 198 years ago. His output includes 44 opuses, comprising piano pieces, chamber music and two concertos. Most of his works are kept at the University Library in Trondheim, the Trondheim Music Museum and the National Library in Oslo. For many years forgotten, he now appears more and more frequently in various arrangements of 19th-century music, and his compositions are included in concert repertoires.

Leonora Armellini at the Sinfonia Baltica PhilharmonicAnother part of the tour of 18th Chopin Competition  winners will ...
26/11/2021

Leonora Armellini at the Sinfonia Baltica Philharmonic
Another part of the tour of 18th Chopin Competition winners will be Słupsk. At the Wojciech Kilar Sinfonia Baltica Philharmonic we will hear the winner of the 5th prize of this year’s edition, Leonora Armellini.

If you are currently in Poland, you should know that you can listen to the Chopin recital performed by the Italian pianist today, on 26 November at 7:00 p.m. The tickets are available to purchase at the box office of the Philharmonic and online.

Programme:
Fryderyk Chopin
Nocturne in B major, Op. 32 No. 1
Nocturne in A-flat major, Op. 32 No. 2
Scherzo in E major, Op. 54
Mazurka in E minor, Op. 41 No. 1
Mazurka in B major, Op. 41 No. 2
Mazurka in A-flat major, Op. 41 No. 3
Mazurka in C-sharp minor, Op. 41 No. 4
Waltz in A-flat major, Op. 34 No. 1
Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48 No. 1
Ballade in A-flat major, Op. 47
Polonaise in A-flat major, Op. 53

Leonora Armellini at the Sinfonia Baltica Philharmonic
Another part of the tour of 18th Chopin Competition winners will be Słupsk. At the Wojciech Kilar Sinfonia Baltica Philharmonic we will hear the winner of the 5th prize of this year’s edition, Leonora Armellini.

If you are currently in Poland, you should know that you can listen to the Chopin recital performed by the Italian pianist today, on 26 November at 7:00 p.m. The tickets are available to purchase at the box office of the Philharmonic and online.

Programme:
Fryderyk Chopin
Nocturne in B major, Op. 32 No. 1
Nocturne in A-flat major, Op. 32 No. 2
Scherzo in E major, Op. 54
Mazurka in E minor, Op. 41 No. 1
Mazurka in B major, Op. 41 No. 2
Mazurka in A-flat major, Op. 41 No. 3
Mazurka in C-sharp minor, Op. 41 No. 4
Waltz in A-flat major, Op. 34 No. 1
Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48 No. 1
Ballade in A-flat major, Op. 47
Polonaise in A-flat major, Op. 53

Next Wednesday, on 1 December in Warsaw we will start the 4th International Chopinological Congress, this time under the...
25/11/2021

Next Wednesday, on 1 December in Warsaw we will start the 4th International Chopinological Congress, this time under the title ‘Through the Prism of Chopin: Reimagining the 19th Century.’

🔹This year’s edition of the Congress will be a chance to look at Fryderyk Chopin’s work through the prism of comparative work, combining not only musicology and music theory, but also other humanities, including literary studies, visual arts, art history, psychology, sociology, economics of culture and others.

🔹 The conference session will Take place on 1–4 December at the Conference Center Copernicus.

🔍You can find the details here: http://bityl.pl/RXS0m

❗ Due to the restricted number of seats, we require the participants to register online for the Congress: https://4ch.registration.nifc.pl

Next Wednesday, on 1 December in Warsaw we will start the 4th International Chopinological Congress, this time under the title ‘Through the Prism of Chopin: Reimagining the 19th Century.’

🔹This year’s edition of the Congress will be a chance to look at Fryderyk Chopin’s work through the prism of comparative work, combining not only musicology and music theory, but also other humanities, including literary studies, visual arts, art history, psychology, sociology, economics of culture and others.

🔹 The conference session will Take place on 1–4 December at the Conference Center Copernicus.

🔍You can find the details here: http://bityl.pl/RXS0m

❗ Due to the restricted number of seats, we require the participants to register online for the Congress: https://4ch.registration.nifc.pl

Today is the second time when we celebrate the birthday of Krzysztof Penderecki without Maestro.For over half a century,...
23/11/2021

Today is the second time when we celebrate the birthday of Krzysztof Penderecki without Maestro.

For over half a century, Krzysztof Penderecki's rich and varied music has resonated around the world, primarily in Europe, both Americas, Asia, and also in Australia.
We are proud that Professor Krzysztof Penderecki has also collaborated with The Fryderyk Chopin Institute. Let us recall that on a special commission for the bicentenary of Chopin's birth, he composed ‘Powiało na mnie morze snów...’, in which he took a motif from the Funeral March from the Sonata in B-flat minor.

Krzysztof Penderecki's works have often been featured at the Chopin and His Europe Festival. It is also worth mentioning that the artist performed during the inauguration of the Festival in 2013 in a triple role: as a composer, conductor and jubilarian. We were then celebrating his 80th birthday.

Today is the second time when we celebrate the birthday of Krzysztof Penderecki without Maestro.

For over half a century, Krzysztof Penderecki's rich and varied music has resonated around the world, primarily in Europe, both Americas, Asia, and also in Australia.
We are proud that Professor Krzysztof Penderecki has also collaborated with The Fryderyk Chopin Institute. Let us recall that on a special commission for the bicentenary of Chopin's birth, he composed ‘Powiało na mnie morze snów...’, in which he took a motif from the Funeral March from the Sonata in B-flat minor.

Krzysztof Penderecki's works have often been featured at the Chopin and His Europe Festival. It is also worth mentioning that the artist performed during the inauguration of the Festival in 2013 in a triple role: as a composer, conductor and jubilarian. We were then celebrating his 80th birthday.

As a high-school pupil, Fryderyk Chopin attended the parish church every Sunday. His musical talent was soon recognised ...
21/11/2021

As a high-school pupil, Fryderyk Chopin attended the parish church every Sunday. His musical talent was soon recognised by the priest, who entrusted him with the post of organist at masses for the students of Warsaw High School. Fryderyk was filled with joy: ‘I am appointed organist to the Lyceum. […] Aha, Noble Sir, what a head I’ve got! The most important person in the whole Lyceum, after his reverence the priest!’ It is worth mentioning that Chopin sat at the organ not only during Mass. One of his friends recalls that the composer ‘frequently visited the choir and would gladly play the organ, both fugues by various masters and his own improvisations.’

📷: The inside of the Visitants' Church today, Warsaw. ph. Andrzej Mitura.

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Warsztaty plastyczne dla dzieci w wieku od 3 do 10 lat w Muzeum Fryderyka Chopina❗ 📅 Kiedy: JUTRO - 2️⃣7️⃣ listopada (sobota) ⏰ godz. 11.30-12.30 - dzieci 3-6 lat ⏰ godz. 13.00-14.00 - dzieci 7-10 lat 📌 Liczba miejsc w każdej grupie: 10 📌 Cena biletu: 10 zł (1 bilet obejmuje 1 dziecko + 1 opiekuna) ✅ Warsztaty towarzyszą prezentowanej w Muzeum wystawie czasowej pt. "Chopin. Potęga znaku". Inspirując się pracami prezentowanymi na ekspozycji, w czasie zajęć przygotowywane będą kompozycje plastyczne z różnych motywów związanych z Chopinem i jego muzyką (nuty, profil kompozytora itp.). ✅ Prace zostaną naniesione na pudełka, które po zajęciach będą mogły posłużyć do przechowywania różnych drobiazgów. ❗️ Przy okazji przypominamy, że wystawa Chopin. Potęga znaku. Wystawa czasowa jest dostępna dla zwiedzających do 3️⃣0️⃣ stycznia 2022 roku. 🎹 Wystawa prowadzi odbiorcę od Chopina – kompozytora, do „Chopina” jako znaku kulturowego, poddającego się różnorodnym zastosowaniom i interpretacjom. Zróżnicowane obiekty – od przedmiotów codziennego użytku poprzez obiekty historyczne i dzieła sztuki współczesnej - odpowiadają na pytanie „gdzie jest Chopin?”. Zachęcamy do zwiedzania❗️ The Fryderyk Chopin Institute #chopin #warsztaty #wystawa #MKiDN
Die Jury-Vorsitzende des 18. Chopin-Wettbewerbs 🎼Prof. Katarzyna Popowa-Zydroń leitet einen 🎹Klavier-Meisterkurs an der Hochschule für Künste Bremen. Die Hochschule für Künste Bremen hat Frau Popowa-Zydroń zu einem dreitägigen Meisterkurs vom 26.-28.11.2021 in Kooperation mit dem Polnischen Institut Düsseldorf eingeladen. Dieser hochkarätige, mit großer Spannung erwartete Kurs war bereits seit längerer Zeit geplant und kann nun doch stattfinden. Der Meisterkurs findet vom 26. – 28. November 2021 im Konzertsaal der HfK Bremen statt. Der Kurs richtet sich an Hauptfachstudierende der Klavierklassen. Der Unterricht beginnt am Freitag, den 26.11., von 10:00 bis 13:00 und wird von 15:00 bis 18:00 Uhr fortgesetzt; so auch am Samstag, den 27.11. und Sonntag, den 28.11. Studierende der Hochschule für Künste Bremen spielen Werke u.a. von Haydn, Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann, Debussy, de Falla, Skrjabin, Medtner. Alle Studierenden, Lehrenden und insbesondere Externe als Zuhörer sind zum Abschlusskonzert am 28. November ab 18 Uhr willkommen. Natürlich unter Einhaltung der aktuellen Pandemie-Regeln. Der Eintritt ist frei. Das Abschlusskonzert am 28.11.2021 um 18 Uhr im Konzertsaal ist öffentlich (3G!). Adresse: Konzertsaal der HfK Bremen, Dechanatstr. 13-15, Bremen Weitere Informationen erteilen: Martin von der Heydt: [email protected] Künstlerisches Betriebsbüro Musik: [email protected] Frau Prof. Katarzyna Popowa-Zydroń http://www.popowa-zydron.net/ ist eine der international renommiertesten künstlerischen und pädagogischen Persönlichkeiten im Instrumentalfach Klavier. In diesem Jahr war sie zum wiederholten Male Jury-Präsidentin des berühmten Warschauer Chopin-Wettbewerbs. Als Professorin an der Musikakademie Bydgoszcz/Polen und Leiterin zahlreicher, weltweit gefragter Meisterkurse hat sie u.a. einen so bekannten internationalen Pianisten wie Rafał Blechacz und viele weitere Preisträger und Finalisten dieses und anderer Wettbewerbe ausgebildet. The Fryderyk Chopin Institute Instytut Adama Mickiewicza Instytut Chopina Akademia Muzyczna w Bydgoszczy Culture.pl Poland.pl Konsulat Generalny RP w Kolonii / Polnisches Generalkonsulat in Köln Konsulat Generalny RP w Hamburgu Polnische Botschaft in Deutschland Ambasada Polski w Niemczech
🎹 Dzisiaj o godz. 18.00 w Sali Koncertowej NOSPR odbędzie się recital Martina Garcia Garcia - laureata III nagrody XVIII Konkursu Chopinowskiego ‼ 🎥 Transmisja koncertu na żywo na kanale YouTube The Fryderyk Chopin Institute ▶️ (http://bityl.pl/bI8R4), stronie www.nospr.org.pl oraz antenie Dwójka - Program 2 Polskiego Radia. 📝 Program koncertu: 📍 Johann Sebastian Bach Das Wohltemperierte Klavier: Preludium i Fuga g-moll BWV 885, tom II Preludium i Fuga Cis-dur BWV 848, tom I Preludium i Fuga D-dur BWV 850, tom I 📍 Fryderyk Chopin Impromptu Ges-dur op. 51 📍 Ferenc Liszt Grosses Konzertsolo S 176 📍 Fryderyk Chopin Mazurki op. 50: nr 1 G-dur, nr 2 As-dur, nr 3 cis-moll Preludia op. 28: nr 17 As-dur, nr 19 Es-dur, nr 23 F-dur Sonata fortepianowa h-moll op. 58 🎼 Martin Garcia Garcia otrzymał liczne nagrody w konkursach pianistycznych w Hiszpanii (m.in. w Barcelonie, San Sebastián i Madrycie) oraz poza granicami swojego kraju (m.in. w Moskwie i Cleveland). W dorobku ma recitale i koncerty z wieloma orkiestrami, m.in. w ramach tournée z Freixenet Symphony Orchestra pod batutą Josepa Ponsa. Brał udział w festiwalach i kursach mistrzowskich, rozwijając swoje umiejętności m.in. pod kierunkiem Vladimira Kraineva. Zachęcamy do spędzenia wieczoru przy muzyce w interpretacji hiszpańskiego pianisty❗ #konkurschopinowski2021 Fot. NIFC
To był bardzo piękny jubileusz. Zespół Szkół Muzycznych w Tychach świętował półwiecze istnienia. Skończyłem tyską szkołę muzyczną w klasie klarnetu w 1985 roku - na koncercie spotkałem wielu swoich cudownych nauczycieli z tamtych czasów. Wzruszyłem się co niemiara, gdy Pani, która prowadziła szkolny chór podziękowała mi za promowanie Konkursu The Fryderyk Chopin Institute i wyraziła uznanie dla mojej "profesjonalnej muzycznej wiedzy". Na szczęście nie pamiętała o tym, jak workiem ze zmiennym obuwiem wybiłem okno w szkolnej auli 😎 Cudne chwile i fantastyczny koncert - bardzo, bardzo dziękuję za zaproszenie i za piękne zdjęcia Agencja Fotograficzna BM basia marzec Wszystkim uczniom szkoły życzę sukcesów na miarę Mateusz Krzyżowski albo IREK GŁYK. Talent to tylko początek. Pielęgnujcie go w sobie‼ Miasto Tychy
🔵 Powstają kolejne albumy „Błękitnej Serii” płytowej The Fryderyk Chopin Institute❗ 💿💿💿 Seria stanowi zbiór wartościowych nagrań archiwalnych, a także prezentację najciekawszych postaci, które pojawiły się na Międzynarodowym Konkursie Pianistycznym im. Fryderyka Chopina od 2010 roku❗ ▶️ W przygotowaniu są albumy, zawierające nagrania z ostatniej edycji Konkursu: występy laureatów nagród głównych, jak i pianistów nie ocenionych najwyżej, lecz entuzjastycznie przyjętych przez publiczność. 🎹 🎹 🎹 Najnowszy cykl w ramach „Błękitnej Serii” otworzy album z interpretacjami tryumfatora tegorocznej edycji - Bruce’a (Xiaoyu) Liu, zawierający obszerną część jego konkursowych wykonań, który stanowić będzie "muzyczny portret” tego fenomenalnego pianisty. ✅ W ostatnich miesiącach w ramach „Błękitnej Serii” Instytut wydał trzy bardzo wyjątkowe tytuły: 🔹 album z recitalem Chopinowskim zwyciężczyni Konkursu z 1949 roku - Haliny Czerny-Stefańskiej. To nagranie studyjne z 1959 r., zarejestrowane w Filharmonii Narodowej w Warszawie. Płyta przywołuje znakomite interpretacje jednej z najwybitniejszych polskich pianistek, a także wielokrotnej Jurorki Konkursu; 🔹 dokument z 1965 roku (VII Konkurs) - koncerty fortepianowe Chopina w interpretacji ówczesnej tryumfatorki - Marthy Argerich (Koncert e-moll) i laureata II nagrody - Arthura Moreira Limy (Koncert f-moll); 🔹 dwupłytowy album „Best mazurkas” - zbiór genialnych Chopinowskich miniatur w interpretacji laureatów Nagrody Polskiego Radia za najlepsze wykonanie mazurków. Nagrania te stanowią ciekawą perspektywę różnorodności spojrzeń i sposobów odczytania polskiego idiomu, zawartego w tych niezwykłych utworach. Interpretacje, pochodzących z różnych kultur pianistów, zaskakują świeżością i często odkrywczym rozpoznaniem intencji kompozytora. #KonkursChopinowski #BłekitnaSeria
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Once again thank you to those who joined us on Poland's Independence Day last week! It was such a unique experience, to celebrate our freedom with the whole world at Expo 2020 Dubai For those who could not be there, we have prepared a video with the highlights of the day. From the cultural and artistic performances to a fashion show to the highest anticipated moment of the event - the magical show at the Dubai Millenium Amphitheatre at #Expo2020 site, starring Martín García García with the National Philharmonic Orchestra in Warsaw conducted by maestro Andrzej Boreyko. It was a celebration worthy of the World's Greatest Show! #ExpoPL #polandatexpo *PKN ORLEN is the official patron of the 'Chopin at Expo 2020 Dubai' project. The Fryderyk Chopin Institute Filharmonia Narodowa w Warszawie
Yesterday we had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to celebrate Poland's Independence Day with the whole World at #Expo2020Dubai. The Poland Pavilion was welcoming its guests from the very morning on a day full of joy and cultural events. Visitors from the farthest corners of the world came to celebrate with us on this special occasion, having a unique chance to explore contemporary Poland through its history. The official ceremony opened with all gathered guests singing the Polish national anthem. Commissioner-General Adrian Malinowski warmly welcomed the crowd. Our special guests: Jakub Sławek, Chargé d'affaires of the Republic of Poland in #UAE, Aleksander Laskowski, Spokesman of the National Fryderyk Chopin Institute and Warsaw National Philharmonic's Director Wojciech Nowak, gave their speeches highlighting the importance of yesterday's date. After the official part, the Pavilion hosts - our amazing students, invited everyone outside, where they danced the polonaise - Polish traditional dance. Guests were enchanted by special artistic performances prepared by the students, including showcases of ballet and modern dance. The fashion show of designer Dorota Goldpoint stole the audience heart. The following daily piano recital was a prelude to the celebration's grand finale - the evening Gala Concert at Dubai Millenium Amphitheatre. Martín García García, the laureate of this year's International Chopin Piano Competition, gave an emotional performance together with the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Andrzej Boreyko. It was the biggest show that Dubai Millenium Amphitheatre had held so far, with over 70 musicians performing on the stage at once. Music lovers from all over the world gathered in the audience to experience this magical moment. Thank you to those who joined us yesterday to celebrate Poland's independence! We would also like to invite everyone - those who were with us yesterday and those who could not make it - to Poland National Day at Expo 2020 Dubai. Join us on December 7! We will be sharing details very soon! *PKN ORLEN is the official sponsor of the "Chopin at Expo 2020 Dubai" project. #ExpoPL #PolandAtExpo #Expo2020 The Fryderyk Chopin Institute Filharmonia Narodowa w Warszawie Polska Agencja Inwestycji i Handlu - PAIH