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Brazil Symphony Orchestra, Brazil Poland Ties. Photo: Disclosure.
Brazil Symphony Orchestra, Brazil Poland Ties. Photo: Disclosure.

Orquestra Sinfonia Brasil celebrates Polish immigration with concerts in Brusque and Curitiba

Ties Brasil Poland welcomes the distinguished Polish pianist for concerts with the Orquestra Sinfonia Brasil, This weekend.

Conducted by Norton Morozowicz, piano solos by Rafael Luszczewski, celebrate the 150 years of Polish immigration in Curitiba. Admission is free, secure your tickets over the phone 3225-6232 or via whatsapp 41.98739-6397.





There will be two days of presentation, the concerts take place this saturday (6/11), at 19h, in Brusque, in the auditorium of Igreja Matriz São Luiz Gonzaga and on Sunday (7/11), às 18h30, will be re-presented in Curitiba's new chamber space, no Regina Casillo Auditorium.

In the capital of Paraná, half an hour before the concert, there will be a brief lecture given by professor Maurício Mazur, which will explain about the composers and the historical context for a better appreciation of the works.

The programming of the Symphony Brazil Orchestra, created under the umbrella of Associação Música & Scene Brazil, retraces the path that was taken in the history of immigrants. The first city in which the Polish community settled was Brusque, in Santa Catarina, in 1869. Two years later, in 1871, moved to Curitiba, in the State of Paraná.

The main concern of the concerts is the preservation of the Brazilian musical memory. "Our goal is to promote excellent music, moving audiences and forming audiences for Concert Music", said the conductor Norton, one of the most recognized musicians in Brazil and member of the Brazilian Academy of Music.

The connection between the countries is reflected both in the guest soloist, as in the concert repertoire. with the orchestra, formed by 20 large Brazilian musicians, the Polish pianist is part of the Program, Rafael Luszczewski. The guest soloist is from 2001 registered as a Steinway Artist in the list of the greatest pianists in the world – “Steinway & Sons Artists’ Roster”, in New York City.

Among the works carried out is the Night Serenade by Henrique de Curitiba (1934-2008), and compositions by the Polish Mieczyslaw Karlowicz (1876-1909), Fryderyck Chopin (1810 – 1849) e Krzysztof Penderecki (1933-2020).

Programming

For the closing of the Brazil Poland Ties Project, Rafael Luszczewsk performs Chopin Recital, on the commemorative day of the Polish Independence Date, 11 November. The musician is also known as a Montblanc Artist, for its recording by the company Montblanc, exclusively for Tribute to Frederic Chopin on the 150th anniversary of Chopin's death.

Service:
FREE ENTRY
Invitations can be booked via 3225-6232 and by whatsapp 41.98739-6397
The Theater's parking lot will be available to the public.
Brazil Symphonic Orchestra Concert
Brusque – Saturday (6/11), 18h
Auditorium of the Igreja Matriz São Luiz Gonzaga
Curitiba – Sunday (7/11), 18h
Regina Casillo Auditorium (S. Lourenço Pinto, 500 – Center, Curitiba – PR)
Lecture, 17h Prof. Mauritius Mazur
Commemorative Concert of the Date of Independence of Poland
Pianist Rafael Luszczewski
Date: 11 November, 20h
Regina Casillo Auditorium (S. Lourenço Pinto, 500 – Center, Curitiba – PR)
Lecture, 19h – Mrs. Marta Olkowska – General Consul of the Republic of Poland in Curitiba

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