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Miasto Stołeczne Warszawa

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27th Mozart Festival
When
12 June (Monday) - 15 July 2017
Where
Warszawska Opera Kameralna, Al. Solidarności 76b (map)
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Tickets
PLN 80 - 140
operakameralna.pl

From June 12th to July 15th, 2017 we invite you to over fifty events to be held at the Warsaw Chamber Opera Theater and in many other of the capitals historical places: the Royal Castle, the Royal Łazienki, the Museum of King Jan III's, and the Palace in Wilanów. The Mozart Festival was organized for the first time in 1991 to commemorate the International Mozart Year on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s death. It is the largest in Poland and is an internationally respected music festival showcasing Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Several dozen concerts and performances in the most prestigious places in Warsaw attract thousands of visitors every year.

During this year's Festival, which will be attended by the most eminent of world famous singers, musicians and instrumentalists will be presented, among others, the most popular Mozart operas include: Don Giovanni (concert with baritone Arthur Ruciński performing in the world's biggest opera theaters including the Metropolitan Opera, Opera Bastille in Paris, the Bayerische Staatoper in Munich and the Teatro alla Scala in Milan), Così fan tutte directed by Friedrich Haider (for the first time in the history of the festival, performed by a historical instrumentalist), The Serpent (puppet version), The Magic Flute (Rafał Siwek, triumphs the bass of Teatro alla Scala in Milan, The Opernhaus Zurich, the Deutsche Oper Berlin, the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow or the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg) and the Marriage of Figaro.
Spectators will also be able to hear Mozart's great vocal-instrumental works: Requiem and Mass in C minor. Additionally, the Festival’s program will include the violin concert of Sirkk Liisa Kaakinen, Olga Pasiecznik's recital or reconstruction of the Mozart historic concert from March 23rd, 1783. At the end of the Festival there will be a ceremonial Gala with the stars.

Among the festival events there will also be spectacles prepared for the younger viewers, for which we have prepared a special program.

Source: organizer