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Rubinstein, Szymanowski, Karłowicz, Szeluto, Różycki, Fitelberg… But what links these artists? As well as historical proximity, they were all under the patronage of Count Władysław Lubomirski. The great admirer of art supported a whole generation of musicians, helping them achieve success.
The Lubomirski Festival commemorates the generous aristocrat and talented composer himself. Kraków joins the ranks of Warsaw, Lublin, Łańcut, Lviv and Vienna as host cities of festival events. We will hear Piotr Sałajczyk on piano accompanied by the Sinfonia Varsovia orchestra (19 October, Nowa Huta Cultural Centre), the AUKSO - Chamber Orchestra of the City of Tychy (21 October, Ludowy Theatre) and the Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra with two performances: joined by Bartłomiej Nizioł and by the Galician Chamber Choir (both 22 October, Nowa Huta Cultural Centre). The repertoire is dominated by works by Polish composers, those supported by Lubomirski and his contemporaries such as Władysław Żeleński and Henryk Pachulski. 

19 October, 7pm
Nowa Huta Cultural Centre
Performers:
Sinfonia Varsovia
Piotr Sałajczyk - piano
Sebastian Perłowski - conductor
In programme:
S. Perłowski Independence Polonaise
W. Żeleński Gawot for orchestra
W. Żeleński - Piano concert in E flat major op. 60
W. Żeleński Mournful sounds, religious andante op. 36
P. Czajkowski Francesca de Rimini op. 32

20 October, 6pm
Nowa Huta Cultural Centre
Performers:
Krakow Dance Theatre
Eryk Makohon - choreography
In programme:
US/YOU spectacle

21 October, 7pm
Ludowy Theatre
Performers:
AUKSO – Chamber Orchestra of the City of Tychy
Nikola Kołodziejczyk
Tomasz Dąbrowski
Samuel Blaser
In programme:
N. Kołodziejczyk – Suite for trumpet, trombone and string orchestra

22 October, 11:00
Nowa Huta Cultural Centre
Performers:
Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra
Bartłomiej Nizioł
 - violin
Sebastian Perłowski - conductor
In programme:
H. Pachulski – Suite for orchestra op. 13, dedicated to Piotr Czajkowski
M. Karłowicz – Violin Concerto in A major, Op. 8
M. Karłowicz – Symphony in E minor op. 7 Rebirth

22 October, 7pm
Nowa Huta Cultural Centre
Performers:
Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra
Galic Chamber Choir
Volodymyr Syvokhip
 - conductor
Maka Khrystyna - soprano
Vakhnovska Tetyana - mezzo-soprano
Tacyszyn Nazar - tenor
Jankowski Wiktor - baritone
In programme:
Z. Stojkowski Prayer for Poland op.49
S. Liudkiewicz Testament
K. Szymanowski Stabat Mater op. 53

23 October, 7pm
Academy of Music in Kraków
Performers:
Bartłomiej Nizioł - violin
Michał Francuz - piano
In programme:
S.Perłowski – Sonata for violin and piano op. 3, Allegro moderato, Andante, Scherzo Allegretto – Moderato semplice, Adagio – Moderato assai – Vivace
Z. Stojowski – Sonata in E major op. 37 for violin and piano, Allegro affettuoso
, Intermezzo
, Arietta
, Allegro giocoso

W. Żeleński – Sonata in F major op. 30 for violin and piano, Allegro non troppo
, Allegretto
, Molto sostenuto, Allegro con molto brio

30 October, 11:00
Mieczysław Karłowicz Music School
Performers:
Junge Kammerphilharmone Freiburg
Izabella Jutrzenka Trzebiatowska - piano
Andreas Winnen - conductor
In programme:
W. A. Mozart – Così fan tutte overture, KV 588
F. Lessel – Piano concert in D major op. 14
L. Beethoven - Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral" in F major, Op. 68

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