BBC Symphony Orchestra

4 February 2010 / 19:00
Westminster Cathedral


Tickets:
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Maciejewski Missa Pro Defunctis (UK premiere)

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Michal Dworzynski conductor 
Iwona Hossa soprano
Agnieszka Rehlis mezzo-soprano
Aleš Briscein tenor
Tomasz Konieczny bass
BBC Singers
BBC Symphony Chorus


The soprano soloist has changed. Olga Pasichnyk will be replaced by Iwona Hossa. The programme remains unchanged

Born in 1910, Roman Maciejewski developed his abundant musical talents at the Warsaw Music Institute before being expelled for his part in a student strike. He escaped Poland’s devastation during World War Two as an exile in Sweden, where he worked regularly with Ingmar Bergman. Maciejewski reflected on the fortitude and suffering of his homeland in the mighty Missa Pro Defunctis (1946-59). Traces of Mozart, Verdi, Ravel and Stravinsky never swamp the individuality and nobility of Maciejewski’s deeply moving score which is performed in the ideal setting of Westminster Cathedral.
Please note that the concert will run for approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes with no interval

Concert supported by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. .

This concert is part of Polska! Year






Part of BBC Symphony Orchestra 2009 - 2010


Promoted by the BBC Symphony Orchestra






 

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