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The Polish Wieniawski
Philharmonic Orchestra

FROM MAY 21, WE RENEW CONCERTS WITH THE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION!

We have great news for you!
The long-awaited return to concerts with the participation of the audience is ahead of us. We will resume stationary artistic activities from May 21, 2021. For this reason, we have prepared many interesting concerts. You can see the upcoming repertoire in the repertoire tab.
Tickets available online and at the philharmonic ticket office.

Upcoming Concerts

    • Symphonic Concert without an audience
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      • Symphonic Concert without an audience

      • The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra
        Małgorzata Wójcik – violin
        Paweł Ratajek – accordion
        Aneta Pawlik-Figiel – conductor

        Program:
        K. Falkowski – "Journey"
        B. K. Przybylski – Concerto Classico for accordion and orchestra
        J. Sibelius – Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61
        F. Schubert – Symphony No. 5 in B-flat major, D. 485

        Falkowski
        Przybylski
        Sibelius
        Schubert

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    • The Witold Lutosławski Forum
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      • The Witold Lutosławski Forum

      • The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra
        The Jadwiga Czerwińska Academic Choir
        Elwira Śliwkiewicz-Cisak – accordion
        Małgorzata Grzegorzewicz-Rodek – soprano
        Katarzyna Czerniawska – viola
        Szymon Krzemień – cello
        Jaremi Zienkowski – clarinet
        Zofia Bernatowicz – conductor
        Igor Bojczuk – assistent conductor

        Program:
        E. Łuciuk-Frigatti – "In memoriam"
        J. Koffler – "Love" cantata for solo voice, clarinet, viola and violoncello, Op. 14
        B. Dowlasz – "Temporatorium" for mixed choir, string orchestra and accordion (world premiere)

        Frigatto
        Koffler
        Dowlasz

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    • The Witold Lutosławski Forum
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      • The Witold Lutosławski Forum

      • STUDENTS AND TEACHERS OF LUBLIN SCHOOLS
        SM I and II st. Them. T. Szeligowski in Lublin
        SM I and II st. Them. W. Lutosławski
        OSM I and II K. Lipiński in Lublin

        CHOIRS OF THE PROJECT CHORAL ACADEMY - "SINGING POLAND" OF THE LUBLIN REGION
        "Lorien Choir" I LO im. Stanisław Staszic in Lublin (director Joanna Głogowska-Szychta, Paulina Jurczyszyn)
        "Ergo Cantemus Choir" II LO im. Jan Hetman Zamoyski in Lublin (directed by Gabriela Czyż)
        Choir III Secondary School for them. Unii Lubelskiej in Lublin (director Małgorzata Nowak)
        "Choir Copernicus" IX High School for them. Nicolaus Copernicus in Lublin (directed by Milena Wnuk)

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The Polish Wieniawski

Philharmonic

Orchestra In Lublin
  • FROM MAY 21, WE RENEW CONCERTS WITH THE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION!

    FROM MAY 21, WE RENEW CONCERTS WITH THE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION!

    We have great news for you! The long-awaited return to concerts with the participation of the audience is ahead of us. We will resume stationary artistic activities from May 21, 2021. For this reason, we have prepared many interesting concerts. You can see the upcoming repertoire in the repertoire tab The first concert is on […]Read more
  • CANCELED CONCERTS

    CANCELED CONCERTS

    Due to the decision of the Polish government to extend the restrictions until May 29, 2021, the Lublin Philharmonic remains closed. However, we hope that we will meet soon during more than one wonderful concert. During this time, we invite you to use our free online. concert offer.Read more

Our Records

The Symphony of Fate

The concert “The Symphony of Fate”, which The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra in Lublin conducted by Wojciech Rodek is dedicated to medics fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. The concert was prepared together with the Medical University of Lublin.

F. Schubert – Symphony No. 9 in C Major
„The Great”

Symphony recorded by The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Director Wojciech Rodek during the January concert without an audience (January 29, 2021)

Henryk Wieniawski - Man and Creation

“Henryk Wieniawski – Man and Creation” is a 60-minute biographical educational broadcast aimed at promoting the person of the Philharmonic’s patron, Henryk Wieniawski, and the role he played in the 19th-century musical culture of Lublin and the world (this is the first such Polish production).