In October this year at the special invitation of the National Center of Performing Arts (India) and Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music (Vietnam), as well as the Polish Embassy in Hanoi, the musicians of BNO, as part of the Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi, will take a musical journey around India and Vietnam, which will present a business card Polish classical music. The purpose of the tour is to increase interest in Polish culture and celebration in the countries with which Poland in 2019 will celebrate the centenary of establishing diplomatic relations. The musical journey will begin with an extremely prestigious concert that will take place on October 5 in Szczecin, where, in addition to a number of compositions by Polish artists, the song “Sunrise in Asia” specially composed by the Vietnamese composer Phuc Linh will be presented.
In addition, during the concert you will hear compositions of great and esteemed compatriots, works of Mikołaj Górecki, Stanisław Moniuszko and even Fryderyk Chopin. It will be a tasteful evening, full of sounds of the history of two continents.
Baltic Neopolis Virtuosi
Emanuel Salvador – violin
Sławomir Wilga – violin
Olga Opalińska – violin
Paulina Marcisz – violin
Emilia Goch Salvador – viola
Ewa Kuśnierz – viola
Robert Dacko – cello
Ilona Basiak – cello
Michał Francuz – piano
1. Phuc Linh “The Sunrise in Asia” for String Quintet & Piano – world premiere
2. Mikołaj Górecki Overture (version for string octet)
3. Stanisław Moniuszko String Quartet in D minor (version for string octet)
4. Fryderyk Chopin – Piano Concerto in E minor, Op. 11
Concert under the patronage of West Pomeranian Governor, Indian Ambassador in Poland and Vietnam Ambassador in Poland.
City of Szczecin
Concert tour partners:
Adam Mickiewicz Institute
NCPA in Mumbai
Polish Consulate in Mumbai
Music Conservatory in Ho Chi Minh
Polish embassy in Hanoi.
The composer’s order was completed thanks to the support of the City of Szczecin.