Operetta gala: cheerful, touching, classical

This evening will provide you with the most tasteful motives from operettas as performed by renowned Polish artists. The musical snacks will be presented to you by a great soprano Edyta Piasecka, a tenor Adam Sobierajski and a tenor Michał Skiepko, the latter celebrating his artistic jubilee. That vocal feast is going to be served with a side of the music played by Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Mirosław Jacek Błaszczyk. Bon appétit!

11 I 2019
ok. 100 min (w tym 20 min przerwy)
15–40 PLN
Concert Hall
Podleśna 2


Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra
Mirosław Jacek Błaszczyk—conductor
Edyta Piasecka—soprano
Adam Sobierajski—tenor
Michał Skiepko—tenor


Franz von Suppé—Ouverture to “Light Cavalry”
Imre Kálmán—“Komm, Zigány” from “Countess Maritza”
Gioacchino Rossini—“Una voce poco fa” from “Il Barbiere di Siviglia”
Luigi Denza—“Funiculì, Funiculà”
Imre Kálmán—“From The Moment I First Met You” from “The Csárdás Princess”
Josef Strauss—“Ohne Sorgen!” Polka op. 271
Johann Strauss II—“Als flotter Geist” from “The Gypsy Baron”
 “Klänge der Heimat” from “Die Fledermaus”
 “Unter Donner und Blitz” Polka op. 324
Johann Strauss II—“Auf der Jagd” Polka op. 373
Franz Lehár—“Dein ist mein ganzes Herz” from “The Land of Smiles”
Giuseppe Verdi—“È strano!” from “La Traviata”
Robert Stolz—“Brunetki, blondynki”
Johann Strauss II—“Im Krapfenwald’l” Polka op. 336
Franz Lehár—The Waltz from “The Merry Widow”
Piotr Czajkowski—“Kuda Kuda” from “Eugene Onegin”
Johann Strauss II—“Pizzicato-Polka”
Eduardo di Capua—“’O sole mio”
Charles Gounod—“Je veux vivre” from “Romeo i Julia”
Johann Strauss I—“Radetzky March” op. 228

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