Rococo Variations

On 12th October we invite you to listen to the great works of classical music - Tchaikovsky Rococo Variations and one of the best works of classical music for orchestra - W.A. Mozart - Jupiter Symphony.

The Three Kashubian Dances written in 2006 - 2010 by Toruń based composer - Magdalena Cynk, will be the overture of the concert.

The famous variations on a Rococo Theme, op.33 by Pyotr Tchaikovsky is a kind of tribute to the music of the ancient times. Seven brilliant images constitute great show for the cellist  and takes full advantage of the technical abilities of the instrument and the accompanying string orchestraThat impressive work, which is composed in 1876-1877 was established with the help of an outstanding cellist - William Fitzenhagen. In Toruń, we will hear the piece in the interpretation of Karol Wroniszewski - the concertmaster of the cellos in Toruń Symphony Orchestra. The artist is a co-founder of the TOS String Quartet. He also performs with the Multicamerata ensemble. He has participated in festivals, concerts and recordings, performing in prestigious concert halls in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, England, Scotland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Netherlands, Monaco, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Estonia, Slovenia, Lithuania and China.

The second part of the concert will be devoted to one of the three great symphonies of Mozart - Jupiter C major, KV 551. The work is considered to be one of the best orchestral classical piece of music among the critics. The composition is very joyful, which is amazing when we consider the fact, that the author had a nervous breakdown while composing the piece.

Karol Wroniszewki / cello /
Miroslaw Jacek Blaszczyk / conductor /
Rafał Kłoczko / conductor-in-residence /
Torun Symphony Orchestra

The program includes:
Magdalena Cynk - Three Kashubian Dances
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Rococo Variations for cello and orchestra op.33
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Jupiter Symphony No. 41 in C major, K. 551

Tickets: 30/20 zł
Grand Hall, Artus Court