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Program of the 2018 Festival of Spanish Music in Krakow  

February 18th to February 24th, 2018.

Note: things keep changing, so take into account, please, that the following program is liable to alterations. 

 

 

February 18th, Sunday

Hour

Event Venue
6:00 p.m.  Piano recital of Spanish music features Enric Granados’s Valses poeticos of 1887 (Introduction. Melodious. Noble Waltz. Slow Waltz, Humorous Allegro. Allegretto. Quasi ad libitum, Vivo-Presto. Tempo of Waltz) plus El Amor y la Muerte of 1911 and Goyescas, Frederic Mompou’s Variationes sobre tema de Chopin of 1957 (Theme, andantino. Tranquillo e molto amabile. Gracioso, Lento Espressivo. Tempo di Mazurka. Recitativo. Allegro leggiero. Andante dolce e espressivo. Valse. Evocation, cantabile molto espressivo. Lento dolce e legato. Galope y Epílogo. Lento), Jordi Camell’s Sorak 1708, from questions that Chopin asks me of 2010, Salvador Brotons’s Tres nocturnos alla Chopin op. 116 of 2010 and Toccata op. 63 of 1993 (free admission).    Akademia Muzyczna conservatory at 43 sw. Tomasza street.
 

 

February 19th, Monday

Hour

Event Venue
6:00 p.m.
Israel’s soprano Sivan Rotem, Poland’s harpist Irena Czubek-Davidson, and pianists Andrzej Pikul and Gajusz Keska render Joaquin Turina’s Tema y Variationes op. 100 for harp and piano, Enrico Granados’s Escenas romanticas: Mazurka ( Poco lento con abandono), Berceuse ( Lento), Lento con extasis, Allegretto, Allegro appassionato, Epilogo (Andantino spianato), Maurice Ravel’s Rapsodie espagnole:Prelude a la nuit, Malaguena, Habanera, Feria, Enrique Granados’s 6 Tonadillas and La Maja y el Ruisenor aria from Goyescas opera, Xavier Montsalvatge’s 2 Canciones Negras, and Manuel De-Falla’s Siete Canciones Populares Espanolas (free admission). Aula Florianka concert hall at 15 Sereno Fenna street. 
 

February 20th, Tuesday

Hour

Event Venue

6:00 p.m.

Krakow’s young pianists play Manuel de Falla’s Nokturne, Serenata andaluza, Cuatro piezas espanolas, Allegro de concierto, Manuel Infante’s Danzas andaluzas, Manuel de Falla’s Fantasia baetica, and Gaspar Cassado’s Trio in C major (free admission). Akademia Muzyczna conservatory at 43 sw. Tomasza street.

February 21st, Wednesday

Hour

Event Venue

6:00 p.m.

Krakow’s young pianists play Enric Granados’s Danzas espagnolas (1-6) and Goyescas: Los Requiebros, Coloquio en la Reja, El Fandango de Candil, Quejas o la Maja y el Rusinor, El Amor y La Muerte, Epilogo: Serenata del Espectro (free admission). Aula Florianka concert hall at 15 Sereno Fenna street,

February 22nd, Thursday

Hour

Event Venue

6:00 p.m.

Concert of Spanish classical music features Krakow’s young musicians playing Enrico Granados’s Los Requiebros and Fandango, Manuel de Falla’s Fantasia baetica, Joaquin Turina’s Danzas gintanas, Miguele Yuste’s Capricho Pintoresco op.41, Salvador Brotons’s Sonata op.46 for clarinet and piano, and Xavier Montsalvatge’s Self-Parafrasis (free admission). Aula Florianka concert halla at 15 Sereno Fenna street.

February 23rd, Friday

Hour

Event Venue

6:00 p.m.

Poland’s pianists Marian Michalski and Dominika Grzybacz and Spain’s pianists Guillermo Rodriquez and Manuel Casares render Isaac Albeniz’s Iberia (free admission) Aula Florianka concert hall at 15 Sereno Fenna street.

February 24th, Saturday

Hour

Event Venue
11 a.m.  Poland’s pianist Eliza Pawlowska plays Enrico Granados’s Danzas espanolas (free admission)  Aula Florianka concert hall at 15 Sereno Fenna street.

Hour

Event Venue

4:00 p.m.

Poland’s soprano Katarzyna Oles-Blacha and mezzo-soprano Monika Korybalska plus cellist Dorota Imieowska and pianist Mariola Cieniawa render F.G.Lorca’s Sevillanas del siglo XVIII z Canziones espanoles antiquas, Joaquin Nin’s Chants d’Espagne, Federico Mompou’s Canzion y danza No VI, Enrique Granados’s Andaluza (Danzas espanolas), Enrique Granado’s Anoranza (6 Piezas sobre cantas populares espagnoles), Joaquin Rodrigo’d Cuatro madrigales amatorios, David Popper’s Serenade op.54 no. 2, Manuel de Falla’s Polo (Siete canciones populares espanolas), Federico Obradors’s Del cabello mas sutil (Dos cantares populares), Isaac Albeniz’s Cordoba (Chants d’ Espagne op.232 No 4) and Cadiz (Suite espanola op.47 No 4), Gaspar Cassado’s Danse du Diable vert, Carlos Guastavino’s La Rosa y el Sauce, Xavier Montsalvatge’s Cancion de cuna para dormir a un negrito (Cinco canciones negras), Heitor Villa-Lobos’s Bachianas Brazileiras No 5 (Cantilena), and Gaspar Cassado’s Requiebros (free admission). Aula Florianka concert hall at 15 Sereno Fenna street.
 
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Admission to the concerts of the Krakow Festival of Spanish Music is free of charge.


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