Included: The Kraków Opera Choir, The Kraków Opera Children's Choir, The Kraków Opera Ballet, The Kraków Opera Orchestra.
Orchestre Pasdeloup is the oldest continually performing French orchestra, founded in 1861 by conductor Jules Pasdeloup, who initiated the series of Concerts populaires, featuring the most important works of that period. Invariably acclaimed ever since, the orchestra performs both widely popular repertoire and the most recent music
Born in 1990, a jazz pianist and composer. One of the most frequently awarded jazz musicians of the young generation studied at Krakow’s Academy of Music, and later at Berklee College of Music.
An outstanding Polish tenor. Enlisted in the Reserve Officer Cadet School in Zamość in 1939, he sang in a barbershop quartet there, and fought in the 1939 defensive war. He took up professional voice training in Lublin with Eugeniusz Kopp (1943), and continued it with Ignacy Dygas, already as a soloist in the Representative Artistic Ensemble of the Polish Armed Forces.
Jazz saxophonist and composer, a leading figure in the Polish and European jazz scene; 15-time ‘Jazz Forum’ magazine’s Best Soprano Saxophonist.
Tenor, graduate of Warsaw’s Chopin University of Music (2007), prize winner in the Berlin Deutsche Oper’s Internationaler Gesangswettbewerb and the 12th Ada Sari International Vocal Artistry Competition in Nowy Sącz. He has appeared under such conductors as Andriy Yurkevych, Keri-Lynn Wilson, Miguel A. Gómez-Martínez, Lionel Friend, Łukasz Borowicz, Tadeusz Kozłowski, Marek Moś, and Jakub Chrenowicz, in spectacles directed by Keith Warner, Mariusz Treliński, Jerzy Gruza, Emil Wesołowski, Igor Gorzkowski, and Jitka Stokalska.
Graduated from the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice (in choral conducting and musical education), and the Academy of Music inKrakow (postgraduate studies in music theory). Shealso studied at Kodály Institute of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, and developed her conducting skills at courses both in Poland and abroad (Ericson Masterclass in Haarlem, International Kodály Seminar in Kecskemét, and Studium Chorale Masterclass for Choral Conductors in Maastricht).
Founded by Jerzy Gert in October 1948. For almost 70 years of operation, the choir has been performing both unaccompanied works and vocal-instrumental forms that represent various styles and periods, with a particular focus on Polish music.
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