Włodek Pawlik Trio

Grammy winner’s collage of music

The meaning behind Mickiewicz’s “Great Improvisation,” the most famous part of his drama Forefather’s Eve, may be summed up in one sentence said by Konrad: “The fatherland and I are one.” This Romantic vision of the Polish identity, anchored in the history of the nation, led the protagonist to a feeling of profound solitude. It was also one of the inspirations for Włodek Pawlik, who composed a twelve-part musical illustration of Poland’s history. His cantata is a colourful piece woven of various sounds and moods: from R&B, pop and gospel, through blues and jazz, to forms referring to the greatest symphonic achievements of the 20th and 21st centuries.

16 XI 2018
1 hr 10 min
25–55 PLN
Main Stage
Odeska 1


Chór i Orkiestra Opery i Filharmonii Podlaskiej
Mirosław Jacek Błaszczyk—conductor
Violetta Bielecka—conductor, preparation of the Choir
Włodek Pawlik—piano
Cezary Konrad—percussion
Paweł Pańta—double bass
Natalia Wilk—vocal
Ewa Uryga—vocal
Marek Bałata—vocal
Łukasz Jemioła—vocal
Elwira Janasik—mezzo-soprano
Maciej Nerkowski—baritone
Tomasz Rudnicki—bass-baritone
Barbara Krukowska—vocal
Piotr Konieczny—vocal
Tomasz Steciuk—narrator


Włodek Pawlik—Cantata „Myśląc Ojczyzna”



24.60 zł

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