Sunday, November 10, 2013 3:00 PM
Polish Hall: 3832 N. Interstate Ave, Portland, Oregon 97227
One of the most prominent Polish composers, Witold Lutosławski was born on January 25, 1913, in Warsaw and died on February 7, 1994, in Warsaw.
"Lutosławski’s works exerted an immense influence upon the development of music in our times. His consistency in discovering new areas of music in connection with his creative use of tradition, a masterly compositional technique and originality of musical language have placed him firmly within the ranks of the most outstanding composers of the twentieth century."
Join us for an evening of chamber music celebrating one of Poland's greatest composers, in this, the year of his 100th anniversary.
Program includes: Lutoslawski, Wieniawski, Szymanowski
Refreshments onsite: sweets, coffee, light spirits
Witold Lutoslawski, Mourning Music for String Orchestra (arranged by DTQ for String Quartet), Recitativo e Arioso, Subito, Partita for Violin and Piano
Henryk Wieniawski, Etude-Caprice op.18, N.3 in D Major, Etude-Caprice op.18, N. 4 in A Minor
Karol Szymanowski, Nocturne and Tarantella
Tatiana Kolchanova, Joy Fabos, Mary Rowell - violin
Angelika Furtwangler - viola
Erin Winemiller - cello
Lena Vozheiko-Wheaton - piano
Polish Music at Polish Hall series is supported by Polish Library Association, Polish Festival in Portland and St Stanislaus Parish. Season 2013 is sponsored by Regional Arts and Culture Council project grant and individual donations.