Discovering the Polish music
Pawel Przytocki having reach experience in conducting pieces of Polish music which faded into oblivion (the great example were the concerts and recordings with Polish Radio Orchestra) in the autumn 2014 again is focusing in his artistic activity on restoring to glamour such obscure pieces.
The first concert featuring such pieces will take place on 21st September in Sobolow (near Bochnia). It will be a part of a cycle "Jeszcze polska muzyka..." which aim is to popularize Polish music. Pawel Przytocki will cooperate with Beethoven Academy Orchestra. They will perform Overture "Zamek na Czorsztynie" by Karol Kurpiński and Suite in memory of Pyotr Tchaikovsky op. 13 by Henryk Pachulski. Apart from polish music the programm embraces Symphony no. 2 in C-major, op. 61 by Robert Schumann.
The second performance will take place on 5th October in Gostyn and it will be the last concert of the 9th Festival of Oratorio Music Musica Sacromontana 2014. The venue of the festival is Monastery and Sanctuary Święta Góra famous of its big library full of manuscripts of pieces composed by Mozart, Haydn and also polish obscure composers like Józef Zeidler who was the most famous composer empolyed in Święta Góra in 18th century. A great composition by Zeidler - Missa Pastorytia in G will be performed during the concert. The second piece in the programme is Sinfonia ex F by Antoni Habel. Przytocki will conduct the Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra and Polish Chamber Choir Schola Cantorum Gedanensis.