We invite you to a concert of artists representing the youngest generation of Polish pianism. We will host them at the Philharmonic on the eve of the Chopin Competition in Warsaw. Aleksandra Świgut is an extremely titled pianist, winner of the laurel of the 47th Frederic Chopin Polish National Competition. Together with Adam Goździewski and Krzysztof Książek, they will take us into the world of Chopin, Schumann and Beethoven.
The longer you live, the more you know. I came to the conclusion that music is really the most important thing – it's a cliche and everyone says it, but ultimately music is the energy that is passed on to the audience by the performer, says Ingolf Wunder, recalling his Chopin Competition. – It was nice to see what I felt in music, others also felt and reacted to what I did. And that was the most important thing for me.
Kevin Kenner explains – I won't be here forever, but I see that my mission is to pass on my knowledge and experience to a younger generation and leave something meaningful behind me. I want to inspire them and share with them ideas that I hope will take root and help them create their own.
Today, new outstanding artists, whom we will be able to listen to at the threshold of their global careers, will join the group of great masters. We are convinced that in the future they will be happy to return to our stage, remembering their recital in Szczecin as an electrifying meeting with an amazing audience.
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Fotorelacja - 2020-09-02 - CHOPIN I SCHUMANN I BEETHOVEN 250, fot. Dariusz Gorajski
Koncert w ramach współpracy z Wielkanocnym Festiwalem Ludwiga van Beethovena.
Koncert we współpracy z Abu Dhabi Festival/ Supported by Abu Dhabi Festival.
CHOPIN I SCHUMANN I BEETHOVEN 250
Symphony HallFilharmonia im. Mieczysława Karłowicza w Szczecinie
ul. Małopolska 48