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Add date: Tuesday, 11 April 2017Mystical dimension of music
Add date: Tuesday, 11 April 2017
The creators of the 14th edition of the Misteria Paschalia Festival decided to inaugurate the festival with a tribute to the great composer, the father of the opera genre, the master of madrigals and promoter of a new style in 17th-century music, Claudio Monteverdi, whose 450th anniversary of birth we celebrate this year. And all that in the spotlights and camera of the prestigious French Mezzo TV. On this occasion, Vincent Dumestre, the Residing Director of this year’s Festival, the founder and artistic director of the renowned ensemble Le Poème Harmonique, presented, for the first time in Poland, the master’s works from his anthology of sacred music: Selva morale e spirituale, which saw print in 1640.
Add date: Monday, 10 April 2017
The 14th edition of the Misteria Paschalia Festival earned international fame, not only because of the strategic cooperation with French Mezzo TV and other partners, but also thanks to joining the membership in the European Early Music Network (REMA – Réseau Européen De Musique Ancienne). The Krakow Festival is the first event to represent Poland in this prestigious network.It’s time to begin 14th Misteria Paschalia Festival!
Add date: Friday, 7 April 2017
Four world premieres, three Polish premieres, nearly two hundred and sixty artists from thirteen countries, twelve ensembles, thirty four works, and all of this during eleven concerts – the 14th edition of the Misteria Paschalia Festival is about to begin in Krakow on Monday (the 10th April). What can music aficionados expect this year? Its unique and coherent programme is focused on the cultural circle and the aesthetics characteristic of early French music, including two main motifs (Vanitas and Tenebrae), three Polish and four world premieres, and two prestigious partnerships.A workshop with Thomase Leconte under the Misteria Paschalia Festival
Add date: Thursday, 6 April 2017
Thomas Leconte, an expert form the Centre of Baroque Music in Versailles, will open the series of concerts on the Tenebrae theme, giving an open lecture during the Misteria Paschalia Festival. This year’s edition of one of Europe’s most organisable and most important early music festivals music begins this Monday, on the 10th of April.