Saxophone is commonly associated with popular music. The instrument invented in the first half of the 19th century by Adolf Sax quickly found its way to military bands and ensembles, as well as popular music bands, to later become a part of the music revolution – the emergence and development of jazz. This time, you will have the opportunity to listen to Classicpair playing the saxophone in a classic way and “accompanied” by a piano. The concert will feature songs by David Maslanka, Frederic Devreese, Somei Satoh and Robert Muczynski, with the stars glowing over our concert hall.
6th and 13th of April, 7:00 p.m.
Piano compositions by American minimalist Philip Glass glisten with sounds, creating soundspaces. Despite being composed out of a few structures repeated numerous times, his pieces never get boring. Kuba Sokołowski will start this edition of the “Starry Night Concert” dedicated to American music with one such composition, which will serve as the perfect introduction for the next piece – a steadily developing composition by Morton Feldman. Will the artist be able to hypnotise the audience with “You Are Getting Sleepy” by Evan Ziporyn? You will never know… unless you come and join us.
20th of April, 7:00 p.m.
Wojtek Szczepanik represents the “modern classical” genre, combining classical and club music, enriching the sound of the piano with club-like sounds of synthesisers, samples and controllers. Such a diverse set of instruments enables the artist to create unique and spatial arrangements. His music is contemplative and emotional yet filled with energy that will be emphasised by a laser show accompanying the concert.
27th of April, 7:00 p.m.
The rotation of the Earth around its axis makes the day after night come. Thanks to the migration of our planet around the Sun, winter changes into spring. The Four Seasons concert is a great opportunity for children to learn about the processes driving the life cycles of nature. We will fly into space to the sounds of The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi.
22nd of April, 2:00 p.m.