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Add date: Tuesday, 8 March 2016Open rehearsals for seniors during the 13th Misteria Paschalia Festival!
Add date: Thursday, 3 March 2016
For years, the Misteria Paschalia Festival has had its faithful fans among the youngest and the oldest generations. This year we prepared a special attraction for the seniors, who will be able to see four open rehearsals for free! Take a look at our schedule and come to the rehearsals!
Add date: Monday, 22 February 2016
Ottavio Dantone and his Accademia Bizantina ensemble are well known to Polish listeners – and those in Krakow in particular. This time, at the conclusion of the Misteria Paschalia festival, the Italian musicians will present one of George Frideric Handel’s last masterpieces – the oratorio Belshazzar. The outstanding artists will be accompanied – not for the first time – by the excellent Capella Cracoviensis choir.
Add date: Monday, 15 February 2016
For one hundred hears, he was famous mainly because Johann Sebastian Bach travelled 400 km and took advantage of the trust of his superiors, in order to listen to him play for three months. Today, Dieterich Buxtehude, the famous organist from Lübeck, speaks with his own voice. It is a singing voice – not that of an organ – since we have long known that as a composer, he did not limit himself to keyboard instruments, but that vocal music was an important part of his work. It’s not surprising that Bach found it difficult to leave Buxtehude – there was no better model for his own work. During the festival, the old master’s music will be presented by an ensemble that feels right at home in a Bach repertoire – Vox Luminis, who are making their debut at Misteria Paschalia.Requiem – a reopening
Add date: Monday, 8 February 2016
Marc Minkowski has surprised us before with his offbeat renditions of works by Bach and Mozart’s "Great Mass in C minor". Offbeat, but always striking and thought-provoking via the new interpretive spaces they open. On his pulpit now is the most “flagship” work that we can imagine – and just as genius: Mozart’s "Requiem".