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Theodor Leschetizky
Music Society in Warsaw

An evening of chamber music.
The concert in series of the First German Polish Music Piano Competition

11 November 2014, 19:00. Laeiszhalle, Kleiner Saal

Repertoire: Stanisław Moniuszko, Juliusz Zarębski i Elmar Lampson

Piano: Hubert Rutkowski, Laeisz Quartett

Concert organized in cooperation with the Consulate General of Poland in Hamburg and Theodor Leschetizky Music Society in Warsaw.

The concert is co-funded the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

Admission is free.

Registration for the concert (mandatory): marek.sorgowicki@msz.gov.pl





Upcoming concerts with Polish Music

June 2014

23 June 20:00 - Concert featuring finalists of 1st German-Polish Music Piano Competition

Moderation: Hubert Rutkowski
Pianists: Jong Do An, Elizaveta Ivanova
Program: Schumann, Hofmann, Chopin, Szymanowski

28 June 20:00 - 4. Polnisches Festival

Concert with Artem Yasynskyy - the finalist of 1st German-Polish Music Piano Competition





1st German-Polish Music Piano Competition (1. Deutscher Klavierwettbewerb Polnischer Musik)

July 2013

On the initiative of Prof. Hubert Rutkowski, the First German Piano Competition of Polish Music will take place between 2nd and 5th of July 2013 at the Hamburg University of Music and Theatre. The competition is open to piano students from five north German music universities such as Hannover, Bremen, Rostock, Lübeck and Hamburg.

This project builds on the already successfully proven cooperation between the Theodor Leschetizky Music Society in Warsaw, the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Hamburg and the Hamburg Academy of Music. This cooperation has begun in 2011 with an organization of the University Competition for a Concert Scholarship in Poland and the Special Prize.

Germany, as an important partner of Poland in Europe, is clearly identified as a country with an distinguished musical culture as well as very sensitive to all its manifestations. In this context, Hamburg is perceived historically and contemporary as the major music center par excellence (birthplace of Brahms and Mendelssohn).

The Hamburg University of Music and Theatre, as an important cultural showcase of German and European music, completes the image. More information: www.dkpm-hamburg.de





The 9th 'Th. Leschetizky' International Piano-Master Course 'Idea-Image-Technique' in Rzeszow/Poland

June 2011



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