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actus humanus GDAŃSK // 4-13.12.2020
ARTISTS
JAKUB JÓZEF ORLIŃSKI
JAKUB JÓZEF
ORLIŃSKI
JAKUB JÓZEF
ORLIŃSKI
A Polish countertenor who has quickly gained an international reputation as a singer of striking vocal beauty and stage presence. A graduate of vocal arts of the Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, he continued his education at Juilliard School, New York. Mr. Orliński has won numerous singing competitions in Europe and the USA. He performs at famous operas and concert halls (Opéra de Lille, Oper Frankfurt, Wigmore Hall, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center) and prestigious musical festivals (Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence). In 2018, he made his solo phonographic debut with Anima Sacra(Erato label) recorded with Il Pomo d’Oro and conducted by the Russian maestro Maksim Jemieljanyczew. In 2019 he released his second CD Facce d’amore. Jakub Józef Orliński won the “Gramophone Classical Music Award” for the best young artist (2019) and the title of Singer of the Year (2019) given by Opernwelt as well as “Polityka’s” 2020 Passport in the classical music category.

Jakub Józef Orliński appears courtesy of Erato/Warner Classics
https://www.warnerclassics.com/release/facce-damore
photo. Jiyang Chen
 {oh!} ORKIESTRA HISTORYCZNA
{oh!} ORKIESTRA HISTORYCZNA
{oh!} ORKIESTRA HISTORYCZNA
A dynamic and continually growing orchestra established in 2012, one of the leading Polish early music ensembles, {oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna was created by a group of musicians who are passionate about historical performance and early music as well as their region. {oh!} is the first professional orchestra in Silesia playing historical instruments and has become the region’s cultural landmark, appreciated in Poland and abroad. The orchestra has recorded a number of well received CDs, including a 3-CD set of Leonardo Vinci’s Gismondo, re di Polonia, which was recently awarded the “Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkriti”, while its first performance in 2020 was nominated for the “Coryphaeus of Polish Music” award in the Event of the Year category. The ensemble regularly performs at Polish and foreign festivals. The orchestra’s concertmaster is Martyna Pastuszka, a violinist and “Polityka’s” nominee for its Passport in 2019.
MARTYNA PASTUSZKA
MARTYNA
PASTUSZKA
MARTYNA
PASTUSZKA
Violinist, concertmaster and member of numerous international early music ensembles, she is also, since 2012, the leader and artistic director of {oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna, which quickly gained the trust and support of the biggest Polish musical institutions and international festivals. She serves as a guest concertmaster for such ensembles as Le Parlement de Musique or Capella Cracoviensis. As a chamber musician, she works with NeoBarock from Cologne, Le Cercle de l’Harmonie from Paris, Le Concert de la Loge, Hofkapelle München from Munich and Arte dei Suonatori from Poznań. Artistic encounters with such musicians as Rachel Podger, Giuliano Carmignola, Andrew Parrott, Julien Chauvin, Andreas Staier, Hidemi Suzuki, Barthold Kuijken, Dan Laurin and René Jacobs are for her a constant source of inspiration.
 CAPELLA CRACOVIENSIS
CAPELLA CRACOVIENSIS
CAPELLA CRACOVIENSIS
Created in 1970, Capella Cracoviensis is one of the most important and active Polish ensembles on the contemporary early music scene. It is famous for its semi-staged and concert productions of operas (baroque and early romantic) as well as its bold artistic gestures and surprising concert venues. The ensemble specialises in historical performance techniques and only performs on period instruments. It participates in numerous prestigious festivals like Bachfest Leipzig, Händel-Festspiele Halle, Schwetzingen SWR Festspiele and appears in concert halls around the world, including Opéra Royal Versailles, Theater an der Wien, Concertgebouw Amsterdam. Capella Cracoviensis is also a chamber choir with its repertoire ranging from Renaissance polyphony and mannerist madrigals to 19thand 20thcentury songs. The ensemble records for such labels as Alpha, Avi-Music and Decca. Its recording of Porpora’s Germanico in Germaniabrought the orchestra a prestigious “Diapason d’Or” award. Since 2008, the general and artistic director of Capella Cracoviensis has been Jan Tomasz Adamus.
JAN TOMASZ ADAMUS
JAN TOMASZ
ADAMUS
JAN TOMASZ
ADAMUS
A harpsichordist, organist, conductor and creator of culture, Jan Tomasz Adamus specialises in historically informed performance of a broad musical repertoire, from Renaissance polyphony to romantic symphony and opera. Since 2008, he has acted as general and artistic director ofa cultural institution, the Krakow early music orchestra and the mixed symphonic choir Capella Cracoviensis. He created and served as artistic director of the Harmonologia and Capella Claromontana ensembles. Jan Tomasz Adamus was also an artistic co-ordinator of Forum Musicum, a Wroclaw early music festival. Since 2000 he has been artistic director of the Bach Festival in Świdnica. He has recorded numerous CDs with solo organ works, baroque operas and the romantic repertoire on historical instruments (Chopin, Schubert, Moniuszko, Wagner). He lectured at the Academy of Music in Wroclaw and Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz.
MAGDALENA KAROLAK
MAGDALENA
KAROLAK
MAGDALENA
KAROLAK
A graduate of Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg and Conservatoire de Musique in Geneva, Magdalena Karolak developed her historical performance skills at, inter alia, Conservatorio di Verona 'Evaristo Felice Dall'Abaco' and Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg. Winner of top prizes at international competitions. She specialises in early music and historically informed performance and regularly plays with ensembles such as ll Giardino Armonico, Il Pomo d'Oro, Accademia Bizantina, Capella Cracoviensis, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, I Barocchisti, Arte dei Suonatori, Orchestre des Champs-Élysées and La Capella Reial de Catalunya. As a soloist, she has performed alongside such distinguished artists as Philippe Jaroussky, Franco Fagioli, Joyce DiDonato and Sandrine Piau and under numerous conductors like Jerzy Semkow, Marc Minkowski, Nello Santi, Adam Fischer and Jordi Savall.
 ARTE DEI SUONATORI
ARTE DEI SUONATORI
ARTE DEI SUONATORI
An early music ensemble created in 1993 that has made a name for itself on the international music scene. The orchestra has a repertoire of over 700 compositions from the Baroque, Classicism and early Romanticism. The ensemble specialises in early music, but its vast repertoire also includes works by 20thcentury composers as well as contemporary compositions. They co-operate with soloists and conductors from all over Europe, the USA, Canada and Japan, including names such as Rachel Podger, Bolette Roed, Martin Gester and Hidemi Suzuki. A winner of many prizes and distinctions, Arte dei Suonatori enjoys a lasting popularity among music critics and audiences. The ensemble’s recordings were distinguished with awards such “Diapason d’Or”, “Gramophone Editor's Choice”, “Choc du Monde de la Musique” and “Classics Today”. Arte dei Suonatori has also made numerous recordings for many radio stations, including the BBC, Polish Radio Programme II, SWR and Mezzo.
MARCIN ŚWIĄTKIEWICZ
MARCIN
ŚWIĄTKIEWICZ
MARCIN
ŚWIĄTKIEWICZ
One of the most recognisable harpsichordists of the young generation, Świątkiewicz plays various types of harpsichords and clavichords, as well as period pianos and organs. He is particularly passionate about improvisation. As a soloist, conductor, and chamber musician he collaborates regularly with the forefront of Polish and international orchestras and ensembles, including Brecon Baroque, Arte dei Suonatori, {oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna, and AUKSO. In 2015, he recorded a solo album with Müthel’s late-Baroque harpsichord concertos, which was awarded the Diapason d’Or. Two years later he issued another solo recording entitled ‘Cromatica’, which won a series of awards. For the ‘Rosary Sonatas’ by Biber, recorded with Rachel Podger, David Miller, and Jonathan Manson, Świątkiewicz received the ‘Gramophone Award’. In he was also awarded the prestigious “Polityka” weekly’s Passport Award. The artist is also a lecturer at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice. He pays particular attention to the teaching of solo playing and to courses of partimento-based improvisation.
 ROYAL BAROQUE ENSEMBLE
ROYAL BAROQUE ENSEMBLE
ROYAL BAROQUE ENSEMBLE
The launch of the Royal Baroque Ensemble was related to Dramma per musica, a festival of Baroque operas. The ensemble made its debut in 2014 with the premier performance of Handel’s Agrippinain the Royal Theatre of the Łazienki Royal Baths, Warsaw and has served as the festival host ever since. The Royal Baroque Ensemble specialises in vocal and instrumental music and staged performances. The ensemble made a name for itself as one of the leading baroque orchestras in Poland with performances of such baroque operas as Handel’s Orlando, Vinci’s Semiramide riconosciuta,Vivaldi’s Farnace, the Teatro alla Modaprogramme of Vivaldi’s arias based on Benedetto Marcello’s satirical pamphlet, the18thcentury music – all’italiana i alla polaccaconcert series and the choreo-opera Sognando la morte.The orchestra usually performs under the leadership of Lilianna Stawarz, a chamber harpsichordist and founder of the Royal Baroque Ensemble.
LILIANNA STAWARZ
LILIANNA
STAWARZ
LILIANNA
STAWARZ
Harpsichordist and teacher, Professor at the Chopin University of Music. Graduate of the Warsaw Academy of Music and Conservatoire National de Region de Rueil-Malmaison. Laureate of harpsichord competitions in Poland and abroad. For 20 years, she was a member of the early music ensemble Il Tempo specialised in instrumental as well as instrumental and vocal music, from Early Baroque to Classicism, with which she appeared at numerous concerts and prestigious early music festivals, i.a. in Bruges, Brussels, Utrecht, Moscow, New York, New Brunswick, Rome and Berlin. Since 1991, she has worked with the Warsaw Chamber Opera as a harpsichordist and chamber musician as well as conductor. She has conducted works by Bach, Purcell and Handel, as well as providing basso continuo. Her interest in early music in Poland manifests itself in her recordings and concerts of the repertoire of Marcin Mielczewski, Damian Stachowicz, Marcin Żebrowski, Antoni Milwid. In 2015–2017, she was the artistic director of Baroque Opera at the Warsaw Chamber Opera. She is also a cofounder of the Baroque Opera Festival “Dramma Per Musica”.
MARIA POMIANOWSKA
MARIA
POMIANOWSKA
MARIA
POMIANOWSKA
Multiinstrumentalist, singer, composer, and educator, Pomianowska is among leading Polish performers of folk and ethnic music (world music). Since the beginning of her activities in the field of music and musical research, she has focussed on unique performance practices of various European, Asian, and Middle-Eastern cultures. As a soloist, she has been concerting all over the world. Pomianowska collaborates with musicians from the Arab world, from Pakistan, Senegal, Iran, Korea, China, Japan, and India. She was the ambassadress of Polish classical and folk music in Japan during her stay in that country in 1997–2002. She took part in the reconstruction of extinct Polish string instruments: the Biłgoraj Suka and Płock fiddle, as well as of the Mielec Suka. She initiated the formation of such ensembles as Zespół Polski, San-Nin Trio, and Arcus Poloniae; besides, she established the Raga Sangit, the first Polish group performing Indian music. Maria Pomianowska is also a Ph.D. of Musical Arts and professor of the Academy of Music in Kraków.
ADAM STRUG
ADAM
STRUG
ADAM
STRUG
Singer of traditional music; depositary and performer of the oral tradition of Polish music. Born in 1970 and brought up in north-eastern Mazovia, he digested a repertoire of devotional songs while growing up under the care of his grandmother who was the daughter of a village chanter and then took over his role in the local community. From childhood, he absorbed a manner of performed hymns that dated back to the period before World War I and most importantly involved solely the natural scales. At the age of twenty-two he returned to the countryside where he would sing with the local chanter Wincenty Nasiadko, doing, as he put it himself, ‘his apprenticeship under the guidance of a master’. Strug is currently active as a singer and song-writer; he is also the leader of the Monodia Polska ensemble and hosts numerous meetings during which, together with some volunteers, he performs a repertoire of traditional Polish songs. In addition, he records albums with both traditional, and his own, music, and also assists in contemporary renderings of historic repertoire (see, for instance, the ‘Requiem ludowe’ recorded with the Kwadrofonik ensemble).
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MONIKA KAŹMIERCZAK
MONIKA
KAŹMIERCZAK
MONIKA
KAŹMIERCZAK
Graduate of the Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk and the Nederlandse Beiaardschool in Amersfoort, and the bursary of the City of Gdańsk (holder of the Mayor’s Scholarship and Cultural Scholarship) and of the Government of the Netherlands (Huygens Scholarship). She started to learn the carillon in 2000 during courses taught by Gert Oldenbeuving, organised by the Historical Museum of the City of Gdańsk. Since 2001, she has held the position of Municipal Carillonist. In 2005, Kaźmierczak took part in master courses in Belgium taught by Geert D’hollander. She is a prize-winner of international carillon competitions. She gives numerous concerts in Poland and worldwide, for instance in Lithuania, France, Belgium, Holland, Ireland, and the United States. She also holds the position of Assistant Professor at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk.
STEFAN PLEWNIAK
STEFAN
PLEWNIAK
STEFAN
PLEWNIAK
One of the most distinguished Baroque violinists of the young generation, he graduated from the Academy of Music in Kraków, the Maastricht Academy of Music, and the Paris Conservatory (Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse). As a concertmaster, he has led the most eminent ensembles such as Contrasto Armonico, Ensemble Marguerite Louise, and Orchester 1756. He has given concerts and recorded with William Christie and Les Arts Florissants, Jordi Savall and Le Concert des Nations, as well as with Marco Vitale and Contrasto Armonico. He has also performed at the most important festivals in Europe and the United States. He is the founder of the Cantate.fr ensemble and the Il Giardino d’Amore orchestra and leader of the Cappella dell'Ospedale della Pietà and of The FeelHarmony Symphony Orchestra. He regularly runs master classes in Oslo, Los Angeles, and San Diego. He also works on productions of Baroque operas and ballets.
MAŁGORZATA FIEBIG
MAŁGORZATA
FIEBIG
MAŁGORZATA
FIEBIG
Organist and carillonist, she graduated from the Academy of Music in Gdańsk, where she had studied at the Faulty of Instrumental Music and Faculty of Choral Conducting. She also received her master’s degree in the class of Frans Haagen at the Nederlandse Beiaardschool at Amersfoort. Fiebig is the winner of numerous prizes in carillon competitions in Holland, Belgium, and Germany. She has given concerts in many European countries, as well as in Curaçao and the United States. In 1999 she assumed the post of municipal carillonist in Gdańsk, and in 2011 she became the first foreign – and female – carillonist in Utrecht. Her repertoire comprises carillon adaptations of not only early, but also contemporary, and even pop, music. Since 2012 she has co-organised the Early Music Carillon Festival that is held within the framework of Festival Oude Muziek in Utrecht.
ROBERT BACHARA
ROBERT
BACHARA
ROBERT
BACHARA
Born in 1985, Robert Bachara started to play the violin at the age of eight. He studied at the Academy of Music in Wrocław and took part in master classes with Ida Haendel, Grigorij Żyslin and Jadwiga Kaliszewskiej. He also studied the historical principles of violin playing with Sirkka-Liisa Kaakinen-Pilch in Krakow. His fields of interest include early music and solo violin music. In his recitals, Robert wishes to present the violin as a self-sufficient instrument that can meet the requirements of early and contemporary music. Performing early music, Robert Bachara takes on a number of non-standard challenges. He chooses a particularly demanding repertoire, i.e. performs the entire Biber’s ‘Rosary Sonatas’ in a single concert and holds his violin in a historical position, i.e. at his chest and not his collar-bone.
KRZYSZTOF FIRLUS
KRZYSZTOF
FIRLUS
KRZYSZTOF
FIRLUS
A player of double bass and the viola da Gamba. Graduate of Akademia Muzyczna of Katowice, Poland, and of Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg. A laureate of the ‘Młoda Polska’ scholarship from the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and of Polish and international bass competitions. He is active on both the Polish and the international concert scene as a soloist and as a member of chamber groups and orchestras. Involved with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, and a member of numerous chamber and early music ensembles, including: {oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna, Extempore, Gambasada, Ensemble Reversio and Ensemble Chimérique, of which he is the founder. His past involvements included Kwartet Śląski, Capella Cracoviensis and the AUKSO Chamber Orchestra of the City of Tychy. Krzysztof Firlus teaches a viola da Gamba class at the Akademia Muzyczna in Katowice and a bass class at Academy of Music in Krakow, Poland.
 ORKIESTRA CZASÓW ZARAZY
ORKIESTRA CZASÓW ZARAZY
ORKIESTRA CZASÓW ZARAZY
Orchestra in the Time of Plague was created as an attempt to recover George Phillip Telemann’s Polish music from his own notes. The German composer developed close links with Poland. When touring the country, he noted his observations on Polish dances and music performed in inns and at court. Telemann’s manuscript with notes on the music dating from 1717–1722 was discovered in 1987. His manuscripts and Polish-style dances are the main elements of the ensemble’s repertoire. Their live performances include improvisations that capture the spirit of the old times. The name of the ensemble refers to the tragic times of early 18th century Poland, which saw Polish musical culture developing amid wars and epidemics.
PAWEŁ IWASZKIEWICZ
PAWEŁ
IWASZKIEWICZ
PAWEŁ
IWASZKIEWICZ
A musician and multi-instrumentalist specialising in performing on period winds. Apart from recorder and transverse flute, he also plays the shawm, bagpipes and dulcian. He dedicates himself to the traditional repertoire as well as music spanning from the mediaeval period until contemporary times. He has co-operated with numerous period and ethical music ensembles and has recorded over 30 CDs. Founder and leader of the Orkiestra Czasów Zarazy (Orchestra in Time of Plague), Dancerye, Open Folk and Yełdyryn ensembles, he is also a co-founder of a Renaissance transverse flute quartet Epithalamion. He participates in a Polish-Scandinavian musical project Paths of Dance, rediscovering the common roots of Polish and Swedish traditional music. Paweł Iwaszkiewicz runs master classes for recorder and medieval reeds. He also writes music for theatre.
GRZEGORZ LALEK
GRZEGORZ
LALEK
GRZEGORZ
LALEK
Born in 1975. Violinist, graduate of the Warsaw University of Music, has received awards both as a soloist and chamber musician. He improved his early music skills on master's courses run by Simon Standage and Anton Steck. He works with ensembles specialised in stylish performance of early music. Since 2007, he has been the concertmaster of the period instruments ensemble of the Warsaw Chamber Opera where he also performs as a soloist.   He uses period instruments to perform a repertoire ranging from Early Baroque to Early Romanticism, putting particular stress on virtuosity. He founded Ensemble Hyacinthus which made its debut at the Gstaad New Year Music Festival in 2009.
PROGRAMME
04.12godz. 18:00
WŁADYSŁAW Z GIELNIOWA: AUGUSTUS KIEDY KRÓLOWAŁ
ADAM STRUG
Władysław z Gielniowa
Augustus kiedy królował

Anonim
Kiedyż przyjdzie sprawiedliwy (pieśń adwentowa)
Gwiazdo jasności, studnio słodkości (pieśń maryjna)
Barbaro Panno, Męczenniczko święta (pieśń hagiograficzna)

Adam Strug – voice 
Hipolit Woźniak – hurdy-gurdy

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04.12godz. 20:00
CHARLES AVISON: CONCERTI GROSSI AFTER SCARLATTI [part I] / GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL: OPERA ARIAS
JAKUB JÓZEF ORLIŃSKI / MARTYNA PASTUSZKA / {oh!} ORKIESTRA HISTORYCZNA
Charles Avison
Concerti grossi after Sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti (1744)

Concerto I A-dur
Concerto II G-dur
Concerto III d-moll
Concerto IV a-moll
Concerto V d-moll
Concerto VI D-dur

George Frideric Handel
Stille amare (from Tolomeo)
A dispetto d’un volto ingrato (from Tamerlano)

Jakub Józef Orliński – countertenor 

{oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna
Martyna Pastuszka – artistic direction, violin

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05.12godz. 12:00
HEINRICH SCHÜTZ: SYMPHONIAE SACRAE
MONIKA KAŹMIERCZAK
Heinrich Schütz
Symphoniae sacrae

Ich danke dir, Herr SWV 347
Herr, nun lässest du deinen Diener SWV 352
Meine Seele erhebt den Herren SWV 344
Adjuro vos, filiae Hierusalem SWV 264
O quam tu pulchra es SWV 265
In te, Domine, speravi SWV 259
Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, o Herr SWV 348
Der Herr ist meine Stärke SWV 345
Feget den alten Sauerteig aus SWV 404

Monika Kaźmierczak – carillon

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05.12godz. 20:00
CHARLES AVISON: CONCERTI GROSSI AFTER SCARLATTI [part II] / GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL: OPERA ARIAS
JAKUB JÓZEF ORLIŃSKI / MARTYNA PASTUSZKA / {oh!} ORKIESTRA HISTORYCZNA
Charles Avison
Concerti grossi after Sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti (1744)

Concerto VII g-moll
Concerto VIII e-moll
Concerto IX C-dur
Concerto X D-dur
Concerto XI G-dur
Concerto XII D-dur

George Frideric Handel
Cara sposa (from Rinaldo)
Furibondo spira il vento (from Partenope)

Jakub Józef Orliński – countertenor

{oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna
Martyna Pastuszka – artistic direction

Live broadcast: Polish Radio Channel 2
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06.12godz. 18:00
STWÓRCO ŁASKAWY
MARIA POMIANOWSKA
Stwórco łaskawy

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Lament Matki Bolesnej (traditional music from Suraż)
Bądź pozdrowiony (traditional music from Mazowsze)
Rozmyślajmy dziś wierni chrześcijanie (traditional music from Zambrów)
Serce do Ciebie Panie mój wznoszę
Wysłuchaj Stwórco łaskawy (traditional music from Łomża)
Medytacja (Maria Pomianowska)
Stała Matka Bolesna (Jacopone da Todi)
Pasja (Maria Pomianowska)
Płacz, płacz... (traditional music from Płock)
Lamento (Anonymous, Italy XIV century)

Maria Pomianowska – voice, suka

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06.12godz. 20:00
CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH: KONZERTE
MAGDALENA KAROLAK / MARCIN ŚWIĄTKIEWICZ / JANA SEMERÁDOVÁ / ARTE DEI SUONATORI
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Flötenkonzert d-moll Wq 22
Cembalokonzert Es-dur Wq 40
Oboenkonzert B-dur Wq 164

Magdalena Karolak – oboe
Marcin Świątkiewicz – harpsichord
Jana Semerádová – flute

Arte dei Suonatori
Marcin Świątkiewicz – leader

Live broadcast: Polish Radio Channel 2
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07.12godz. 18:00
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: DIE KUNST DER FUGE BWV 1080
MARCIN ŚWIĄTKIEWICZ
Johann Sebastian Bach
Die Kunst der Fuge BWV 1080

Sinfonien BWV 787–801
 
Sinfonia I C-dur BWV 787
Sinfonia II c-moll BWV 788
Sinfonia III D-dur BWV 789
Sinfonia IV d-moll BWV 790
Sinfonia V Es-dur BWV 791
Sinfonia VI E-dur BWV 792
Sinfonia VII e-moll BWV 793
Sinfonia VIII F-dur BWV 794
Sinfonia IX f-moll BWV 795
Sinfonia X G-dur BWV 796
Sinfonia XI g-moll BWV 797
Sinfonia XII A-dur BWV 798
Sinfonia XIII a-moll BWV 799
Sinfonia XIV B-dur BWV 800
Sinfonia XV h-moll BWV 801

Marcin Świątkiewicz – harpsichord

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07.12godz. 20:00
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: KONZERTE
MAGDALENA KAROLAK / MARCIN ŚWIĄTKIEWICZ / ARTE DEI SUONATORI
Johann Sebastian Bach
Ouvertüre (Suite) III D-dur BWV 1068 (string version)
Cembalokonzert III D-dur BWV 1054
Konzert für oboe d’amore A-dur BWV 1055
Cembalokonzert I d-moll BWV 1052

Magdalena Karolak – oboe
Marcin Świątkiewicz – harpsichord

Arte dei Suonatori
Marcin Świątkiewicz – leader

Live broadcast: Polish Radio Channel 2
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08.12godz. 18:00
GIUSEPPE TARTINI: L’ARTE DELL’ARCO
STEFAN PLEWNIAK
Giuseppe Tartini
L’arte dell’arco

Stefan Plewniak – violin

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08.12godz. 20:00
ORLANDO DI LASSO: LAGRIME DI SAN PIETRO
JAN TOMASZ ADAMUS / CAPELLA CRACOVIENSIS
Orlando di Lasso
Lagrime di San Pietro

Capella Cracoviensis
Jan Tomasz Adamus – artistic direction, organ

Live broadcast: Polish Radio Channel 2
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09.12godz. 18:00
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL: SONATEN FÜR VIOLINE UND CEMBALO
GRZEGORZ LALEK / LILIANNA STAWARZ
George Frideric Handel
Sonaten für Violine und Cembalo

Sonata d-moll HWV 359a
Sonata g-moll HWV 368
Sonata F-dur HWV 370
Sonata D-dur HWV 371

Grzegorz Lalek – violin
Lilianna Stawarz – harpsichord

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09.12godz. 20:00
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: MOTETTEN BWV 225-230
JAN TOMASZ ADAMUS / CAPELLA CRACOVIENSIS
Johann Sebastian Bach
Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied BWV 225
Der Geist hilft unser Schwachheit auf BWV 226
Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227
Fürchte dich nicht BWV 228
Komm, Jesu, komm BWV 229
Lobet den Herrn alle Heiden BWV 230

Capella Cracoviensis
Jan Tomasz Adamus – artistic direction, organ

Live broadcast: Polish Radio Channel 2
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10.12godz. 18:00
JOHANN JOSEPH VILSMAYR: ARTIFICIOSUS CONCENTUS PRO CAMERA
ROBERT BACHARA
Johann Joseph Vilsmayr
Artificiosus Concentus pro Camera

Partita IV D-dur
Partita V g-moll
Partita VI A-dur
 
Robert Bachara – violin

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10.12godz. 20:00
FRANCESCO GEMINIANI: CONCERTI GROSSI COMPOSTI DEL OPERA QUINTA D'ARCANGELO CORELLI [part I]
LILIANNA STAWARZ / ROYAL BAROQUE ENSEMBLE
Francesco Geminiani
Concerti grossi composti del opera quinta d'Arcangelo Corelli
 
Concerto I D-dur
Concerto II B-dur
Concerto III C-dur
Concerto IV F-dur
Concerto V g-moll
Concerto VI A-dur
 
Royal Baroque Ensemble
Lilianna Stawarz – artistic direction, harpsichord
 
Live broadcast: Polish Radio Channel 2
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11.12godz. 18:00
MR. DE SAINTE-COLOMBE LE FILS: LES SIX SUITES POUR BASSE DE VIOLE SEULE
KRZYSZTOF FIRLUS
Mr. de Sainte-Colombe le Fils
Les Six Suites pour Basse de Viole seule

Suite I g-moll
Suite II a-moll
Suite III F-dur

Krzysztof Firlus – viola da gamba

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11.12godz. 21:00
FRANCESCO GEMINIANI: CONCERTI GROSSI COMPOSTI DEL OPERA QUINTA D'ARCANGELO CORELLI [part II]
LILIANNA STAWARZ / ROYAL BAROQUE ENSEMBLE
Francesco Geminiani
Concerti grossi composti del opera quinta d'Arcangelo Corelli
 
Concerto VII d-moll
Concerto VIII e-moll
Concerto IX A-dur
Concerto X F-dur
Concerto XI E-dur
Concerto XII d-moll „Follia”
 
Royal Baroque Ensemble
Lilianna Stawarz – artistic direction, harpsichord
 
Live broadcast: Polish Radio Channel 2
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12.12godz. 12:00
HEINRICH SCHÜTZ: WEIHNACHTSHISTORIE SWV 435
MAŁGORZATA FIEBIG
Heinrich Schütz
Weihnachtshistorie SWV 435

Małgorzata Fiebig – carillon

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12.12godz. 20:00
ARCANGELO CORELLI: CONCERTI GROSSI OP. 6 [part I]
MARTYNA PASTUSZKA / {oh!} ORKIESTRA HISTORYCZNA
Arcangelo Corelli
Concerti grossi op. 6
 
Concerto I D-dur
Concerto II F-dur
Concerto III c-moll
Concerto IV D-dur
Concerto V B-dur
Concerto VI F-dur
 
{oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna
Martyna Pastuszka – artistic direction, violin
 
Live broadcast: Polish Radio Channel 2
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13.12godz. 18:00
GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN: POLNISCHE TÄNZE AUS DER HANDSCHRIFT ROSTOCK
PAWEŁ IWASZKIEWICZ / ORKIESTRA CZASÓW ZARAZY
Georg Philipp Telemann
Polnische Tänze aus der Handschrift Rostock

Danse Polonoise TWV 45:1
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:2
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:3
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:4
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:6
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:7
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:8
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:9
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:10
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:11
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:12
Dance Polonoise TWV 45:13 Marcia Funebre (Anonim XVIII)
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:14
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:15
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:16
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:17
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:18
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:20
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:21
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:26
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:28
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:29
Danse Polonoise TWV 45:30

Orkiestra Czasów Zarazy
Paweł Iwaszkiewicz – artistic direction, bagpipe

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13.12godz. 20:00
ARCANGELO CORELLI: CONCERTI GROSSI OP. 6 [part II]
MARTYNA PASTUSZKA / {oh!} ORKIESTRA HISTORYCZNA
Arcangelo Corelli
Concerti grossi op. 6

Concerto VII D-dur
Concerto VIII g-moll “Fatto per la note di natale”
Concerto IX F-dur
Concerto X C-dur
Concerto XI B-dur
Concerto XII F-dur

{oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna
Martyna Pastuszka – artistic direction, violin

Live broadcast: Polish Radio Channel 2
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VENUES
St. John’s Centre
St. John’s Centre
The first written mention of a small chapel dedicated to St. John comes from 1358. The church’s style is typical for late-Gothic architecture of the 14th and 15th centuries, with its heavy, buttressed structure, triple nave interior and flat-ended presbytery. The church took on its current form in the second half of the 15th century. In 1543, the church tower was destroyed by fire to be rebuilt 24 years later. In March 1945, the church burned down but its overall structure survived. After the war, the gutted building was roofed and its valuable vaults secured, but the church was designated a lapidarium. The Gdansk Diocese has been using it for services on Sundays and holidays since the 1990s. In 1995, the church was transferred to the management of the Baltic Sea Culture Centre (BSCC), which is reconstructing it with a view to converting it into a professional centre of culture.
Artus Court
Artus Court
In its day, Artus Court was home to the Brotherhood of St. George, providing a meeting place for nobles, merchants and courts. Currently, Artus Court is a branch of the Gdansk History Museum and is regarded as one of the city’s main tourist attractions. The history of Artus Court goes back to the middle of the 14th century - the building was erected in 1348–1350 and named after King Arthur, reflecting aspirations to the ideals of knightly virtue perfectly embodied by the legendary Celtic leader, and of equality and partnership symbolised by the Round Table at which Arthur sat with his knights. The building’s name, curia regis Artus (Royal Artus Court), was first mentioned in 1357. Artus Court is part of a route known as the Royal Way in the historic Main Town. Its interior is organised as one vast Gothic-style hall. In 1530, this seat of various brotherhoods, a meeting point and festival venue, took on another important role as a chamber for open court hearings. The Grand Hall’s acoustic properties were recognised in the late 17th century and regular concerts were held.
St. Catharine’s Church
St. Catharine’s Church
The Old Town’s oldest parish church. Founded by the Gdańsk Pomeranian Dukes it was dedicated to St. Catharine in 1236. The church is a hall-type edifice with pitched roof, a broad presbytery whose current three-nave structure was formed during a 15th century expansion, and a dominant tower. For nearly 400 years, it belonged to Protestants and was only transferred to the care of the Carmelite Order after the Second World War. In 2011, the world’s first pulsar clock was installed on the tower to celebrate the 400th birthday of Johann Hevelius, one of the city’s all-time greatest citizens. This is also where one finds the astronomer’s tombstone of 1659 and a piece of his coffin plaque with monogram J.H. and date of death 28 January 1687. In the 18th century, the church received its first carillon, subsequently modified and extended several times. The instrument survived a fire in 1905 and Nazi confiscation in 1942. Currently, the carillon consists of 50 bells spanning together four octaves making it Central Europe’s largest concert carillon.
Main Town Hall
Main Town Hall
The Great Wety Hall (the White Hall) is located in the eastern wing of the first and most elegant storey of the building. When the Polish kings visited Gdansk, the hall served as a throne room and a place where the royal burgrave received oaths and issued court judgments. The Great Wety Hall hosted commemorations of Polish citizenship and, until the middle of the 16th century, was the venue of City Council meetings. Starting from 1526, the Hall was used for sittings of the common folk chamber (the Third Ordynek) and the Wety Court. Between 1817 and 1921, the Great Wety Hall was mostly referred to as the City Council Hall (Stadtverordnetensaal) as it hosted the meetings of City Representatives. In 1840-1841, its interiors were rebuilt in a neo-gothic style based on the summer refectory from the Grand Master’s Palace in Malbork Castle. In 1909, a 16th century Renaissance portal, that was originally located in the merchant’s house at Chlebnicka 11, was placed over the entry to the Main Hallway. In 1945, the destroyed hall was reconstructed following the design Stanisław Bobiński and brought back to its pre-1941 condition.
Old Market Town Hall
Old Market Town Hall
Created by Anthonis van Obberghen, the Old Market Town Hall was erected in late 16th century in the Dutch Mannerist style. Built for the Old Town authorities, the building was a centre of the political, economic, scientific and social life of this part of Gdansk for many centuries. It was there that city debates were held, that the Grand Hall hosted official ceremonies, while balls and parties were organised there in the evenings. A famous Gdansk-based scholar and astronomer Johannes Hevelius resided in the Old Market Town Hall as an assessor and the first councillor, storing his home-made beer in the town hall cellars. With its landmark silhouette, the town hall is a major urban highlight of the Old Town. Regardless of many reconstructions, the town hall envelope has remained unchanged until now. Multiple modifications of its interior have enriched the building with exceptional objects. The first floor features an elegant hallway and an imposing Grand Hall, now known as the Bourgeoisie Hall, with an original wooden ceiling.
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