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The summary of first meeting with Stabat Mater during the 14th Misteria Paschalia. See for yourselves!
Add date: Saturday, 15 April 2017

Neapolitan images of Stabat Mater
Add date: Saturday, 15 April 2017

The Good Friday concert at the ICE Kraków Congress Centre was devoted to musical interpretations of Stabat Mater. The text and melody of that mediaeval sequence, based on Gregorian chant were incorporated into Ryman Catholic liturgy in 1727. For centuries they have inspired composers and poets who eagerly reached for the theme depicting the topos of the mother suffering after the loss of her son. The Festival’s Residing Director Vincent Dumestre with his Le Poème Harmonique presented the most famous Stabat Mater of the baroque era, composed by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, in a wider context important for Neapolitan culture.

Have a look how we celebrate the Telemann Year, together with world-class soloists and Ensemble Pygmalion under the baton of Raphaël Pichon!
Add date: Friday, 14 April 2017

The Passion of suffering filled with poetry
Add date: Friday, 14 April 2017

At the beginning of the Paschal Triduum on Holy Thursday the Auditorium Hall at the ICE Kraków Congress Centre resounded with the monumental work Brockes-Passion, of special importance for Protestant spirituality. The greatest German composers of the 17th century, such as George Frideric Handel, Georg Philipp Telemann, slightly forgotten Reinhard Keiser, Christoph Graupner and Johann Mattheson, worked on the text of that Passion dating from 1716, rendered in the form of verse by the poet Barthold Heinrich Brockes. It needs to be added that Johann Sebastian Bach also showed interest to this text.

Polish voice on the French edition of Misteria Paschalia
Add date: Friday, 14 April 2017

This year’s Misteria Paschalia Festival is a meeting of French and Polish artists. We can be proud of Polish involvement in the project: Capella Cracoviensis and Arte dei Suonatori build our musical sensitivity on a daily basis. The musicians of Capella Cracoviensis will appear on stage on Easter Sunday, for the last time in this year’s Festival edition.

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