Already for the third time the Oriana trio of bandura-players was invited to participate in the Radom – Oronski festival of organ and chamber music. This time it was even a bigger pleasure to set off to Poland. Eight concerts during ten days in different locations of the country put Oriana into serious mood for work. Extensive geography for touring promised acquaintance with the Kasrzcubskie Lakes and the Baltic Sea.
At the second concert our dream came true. In fact to play in the Church of the St. John the Baptiser and the Apostle Bartholomew in the beautiful township of Kazimerz Dolny on Wisla River was our dream. When the director of the festival Robert Gruden offered to us to the play a few works with Karol Golembewski, the world’s known organist from Belgium we realized that we have lots of interest work ahead of us. During the rehearsal with mister Golembewski it was decided that the works for the joint performance would be the following: Schubert’s Serenade, Ave Maria by Kaccini and the favourite song of Jan Paul the Second “Barka”.
Here Karol Golembewski began playing on the oldest wooden organ in Poland that is also very beautiful, and together with the organ bandura was heard together with the voices of Natalia, Yuliya and Neonila. Perhaps that was for the first time ever when a musical masterpiece was played on organ and bandura at the same time!
After the concerts near Wroclaw we moved on the far north of Poland in the resort township of Jastszembja Gora located on the coast of the Baltic sea.
Another Oriana’s concert took a place here that finished with another performance of bandura and organ. This time the director of the festival, the known Polish organist Robert Gruden played on the biggest and the most modern organ in Poland and together with the powerful sounds of organ the trio’s banduras began to sound. The present year festival tour finished with the concerts in central Poland and namely in the cities of Jedrzenjow, Lipsko and Sulejov.
Запрос отправлен. Мы обязательно Вам перезвоним.