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The Polish Wieniawski

PHIL
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in Lublin

PREMIERE OF THE TRIPLE CONCERTO C MAJOR FOR VIOLIN,
CELLO AND PIANO – L. VAN BEETHOVEN

PHILHARMONIC IN KOZŁÓWKA! SATURDAY CONCERTS AT THE ZAMOYSKI MUSEUM CHAPEL

As in previous years, the meeting place will be the chapel of the Zamoyski Museum in Kozłówka. The concerts will be held each time at 5:00 p.m., from June 26, 2021

Upcoming Concerts

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

J. Brahms – Variations on theme by Haydn Op. 56a

Recording of the Variations on a Theme by Haydn, Op. 56a performed by The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Wojciech Rodek during the January concert without an audience (January 29, 2021).

Historical photos of Lublin were used to create the following film, provided by the National Museum in Lublin, Department of the History of the City of Lublin.

A. Szeluto – Symphony No. 1 in D Major
„Akademicka”, Op. 19

Symphony recorded by The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Dawid Jarząb during the April concert without an audience (April 23, 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).