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Impressive virtuosity and the joy of music-making
Add date: Tuesday, 18 April 2017

The finale of the 14th Misteria Paschalia Festival on Easter Monday was a spectacular show in which vocal and instrumental mastery met cheerful musicality and the sense of humour. The phenomenal Korean countertenor, David DQ Lee, was the star of that night at the ICE Krakow Congress Centre, full of impressive musical effects. He was accompanied by marvellous Ensemble Matheus, energetically conducted by Jean-Christophe Spinosi. Instrumental concerto soloists were: flutists Alexis Kossenko and Jean-Marc Goujon, and violinists Laurence Paugam and Spinosi himself. The programme Arie e concerti consisted of works by George Frideric Handel, Antonio Vivaldi and Georg Philipp Telemann. The programme gave us the insight into the diversity of the most exuberant Italian style of music and allowed to sense the atmosphere of the world of castrates who were true celebrities in 18th-century Europe.

Le Poème Harmonique says goodbye to the Misteria Paschalia with music by Michel Richard de Lalande. Take a peek behind the scenes of yesterday's concert!
Add date: Monday, 17 April 2017

Musical image of majesty
Add date: Monday, 17 April 2017

On Easter Sunday the Auditorium Hall of the ICE Kraków Congress Centre filled with the brilliant sounds. All that owing the grand music of Michel-Richard de Lalande, Louis XIV’s favourite, who devoted most of his life to composing for the Royal Chapel – he worked for it for more than 4 years. Nearly eighty vocal and vocal-instrumental motets, known as grands motets, which were composed for daily mass services celebrated for the king of France, earned Lanande a permanent place in history.

Fascinating place and even more fascinating concert. We present the "Stabat Mater" in Wieliczka!
Add date: Sunday, 16 April 2017

Classical beauty
Add date: Sunday, 16 April 2017

Traditionally, on Holy Saturday, music resounded in the beautiful, historical St Kinga’s Chapel at the Wieliczka Salt Mine, situated 101 m below ground level. This year’s concert focused on Luigi Boccherini, an Italian composer, cello virtuoso, and last but not least, one of the first masters of the classical style in the history of music. He is best known for chamber music composed for diverse instrumental sets (in particular his more than 120 string quintets), but his output also contains highly valued oratorios and cantatas.

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