Chamber concert – Olivia Camerata

We would like to invite you to the next chamber concert – Olivia Camerata – at the Olivia Sky Club (Olivia Tower building, 12th floor, al. Grunwaldzka 472A, Gdańsk), which will take place this Saturday (i.e. 8 October) at 5.00 p.m.


The program of the concert will include the following works:

  • Zygmunt Noskowski – 6 Cracovians op. 7
  • F.X.W. Mozart – Variations on a Theme of Je t’aime tant
  • Emanuela Kani – Lyrical Works op. 50: Evening Song, Luli to the Baby, Krakowiak, Why?, My Pet, Dumka
  • Vlahek – Variations on a Croatian folk theme


Excellent artists will perform: Anna Liszewska & Anna Mikolon – piano duo, and as part of the promotion of young talents, we will hear: Sara Mocarska – violin – student of the Secondary School of Music in the second degree. in Gdańsk – Wrzeszcz and Benjamin Brzozowski – tuba – student of the Primary School of Secondary Education. in Gdynia.


anna-liszewska-i-anna-mikolon-fot-i-skapskiPIANO DUO – ANNA LISZEWSKA and ANNA MIKOLON

The artists’ acquaintance dates back to the time when they studied together at the State High School of Music in Łódź. Anna Liszewska is a graduate of the Academy of Music in Warsaw in the piano class of prof. Lidia Kozubek and postgraduate chamber music studies in the class of prof. Barbara Halska. She obtained her PhD in Łódź (supervisor – Prof. Cezary Sanecki). Anna Mikolon studied at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk under the supervision of Prof. Bogdan Czapiewski and Prof. Andrzej Artykiewicz and at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw (artistic internship in piano chamber music with Prof. Katarzyna Jankowska-Borzykowska) and has recently been awarded the title of habilitated doctor. Both pianists have separate artistic achievements, and they treat making music together as a continuation of their friendship, a confrontation of musical experiences, an opportunity to learn about chamber literature and its public presentation. Their interests include transcriptions of songs and arrangements of operas for four hands in the form of fantasies or potpourri (Carmen, Faust, Samson and Delilah, Werther, Il trovatore). The repertoire also includes works by F. Chopin, S. Rachmaninoff, P. Tchaikovsky, I.J. Paderewski, M. Moszkowski, F. Schubert, F. Liszt, J. Brahms, C. Saint-Saëns, C. Debussy, A. Dvořák, C. Chaminade, E. Kania, Z. Noskowski and others. In 2014 they took part in the International Piano Duo Festival in Gdańsk. They performed as a duo m.in. at the Baltic Philharmonic, the Academy of Music in Łódź, the Sierakowski Manor House in Sopot, and the Ecumenical Centre in Oliwa. In addition to their artistic activities, the pianists are also involved in pedagogical work – Anna Liszewska is an assistant professor at the Department of Chamber Music at the Academy of Music in Łódź at the Faculty of Piano, Organ, Harpsichord and Early Instruments (she is the Deputy Dean), and Anna Mikolon – at the Faculty of Vocal and Acting of the Academy of Music in Gdańsk.


Sara-Mocarska-i-prof-Anna-SliwaSara Mocarska graduated from the State Music School. in Gdańsk-Orunia in the class of Krystyna Przybylińska-Zgaj, MA. During her studies, she was a laureate of many competitions (distinction at the 1st National Violin Competition in Grudziądz, 3rd and 2nd place at the Slavic Music Festivals in Tczew, 1st place at the 10th Sopot Violin Competition, 2nd place at the 11th Gdynia Violin Competition, 1st place at the 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th Oruń Violin Competition, 2nd place at the 1st National Violin Competition in Elbląg). Currently, she is a student of the Secondary Music School. in Gdańsk-Wrzeszcz in the class of the outstanding violinist and pedagogue Anna Śliwa. Despite her young age, she has already given concerts in Germany and Finland. Sara’s recent achievements include: fourth place at the National String Instrument Competition in Elbląg and third place at the First Violin Confrontations in Gdynia.


beniamin-brzozowski-i-prof-marek-sikoraBeniamin Brzozowski was born in 2005 and as a child of musicians, from the beginning of his life he grew up surrounded by the sounds and sound of instruments. As a four-year-old, already showing musical talents, he announced without much hesitation that he intended to play the tuba in the near future. After reaching the age allowing him to learn, he began to learn to play the tuba, in the trombone and tuba class of the excellent musician and teacher Marek Sikora, M.A., at the Primary and Secondary Music School. Zygmunt Noskowski in Gdynia. At the moment, Beniamin is learning to play the tuba for the second year and is a laureate of the Young Sheet Music Competition “Szansa na sukces” in Gdynia, where students of Pomeranian music schools present their skills. In March 2016 he took part in the Regional Workshops for teachers and students of trombone and tuba classes in Kwidzyn, which were led by ace. Krzysztof Mucha from the Academy of Music in Poznań. He actively participates in school and community concerts as a soloist and chamber musician.


Admission to the event is free. On-site registration is required.

Artistic director of the concert series: Anna Mikolon, Anna Sawicka

We cordially invite you!

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