15 april 2019The box office of the Poznan Philharmonic

We would like to inform you that the box office will be closed on the 19th April 2019. We encourage to purchase tickets online.


We would like to invite you to the broadcast of Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra’s concert at the National Philharmonic in Warsaw, held within the 23rd Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival. Accompanied by superb soloists, as well as the Choir of the National Philharmonic and led by Maestro Łukasz Borowicz, the musicians will present “Paria” by Stanisław Moniuszko. The opera will be performed in Italian. The broadcast in Polish Radio Program II starts at 7 p.m.

Philharmonic of Program II

02 april 2019Changes in the rules of purchasing season tickets for Poznan Concerts for artistic season 2019/2020

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, we would like to inform you about the changes introduced in the rules of purchasing season tickets for Poznan Concerts for artistic season 2019/2020!

The Poznan Concerts season tickets for the new artistic season will be sold from the 10th of June to the 28th of June 2019. The auditors are invited directly to Poznan Philharmonic Box Office, which is open Monday to Friday between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.

We inform our regular listeners that at the purchase of the new ticket, the ticket for season 2018/2019 is needed.

We invite new music lovers to place the order at the ticket office.


  • The price remains unchanged.
  • The first concert is scheduled for the 28th of September 2019.
  • For more information, please check the Box Office of Poznan Philharmonic situated at the AMU Concert Hall, Wieniawskiego Street 1.
12 february 2019Elegiac Etude by Szymanowski will open the Friday concert

Due to the national mourning announced owing to the death of former Prime Minister Jan Olszewski, the Friday concert in the Poznan Philharmonic (held on 15th of February at 7 p.m. in AMU Concert Hall) will be opened by the melancholy filled elegiac Etude in B flat minor Op. 4 No. 3 by Karol Szymanowski, in Maciej Żółtowski’s arrangement for chamber orchestra.

The Etude will be followed by Piano Concerto No. 3 in C major Op. 26 by Sergei Prokofiev, performed by the star of the evening, Anna Vinnitskaya – an artist who entrances the audience and critics by an incredible virtuosity, always linked with natural sound filled with different tones. After the intermission the listeners would listen to the Symphony No. 7 in d minor Op. 70 by Antonín Dvořák. The Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra will perform under the lead of their Chief Conductor, Marek Pijarowski.


Deutsche Grammophon


Deutsche Grammophon label has released a new album by Rafał Blechacz, this time recorded together with Bomsori Kim. The CD comprises sonatas for violin and piano by Gabriel Fauré, Claude Debussy and Karol Szymanowski, as well as… Frédéric Chopin’s Nocturne No. 20.

The first performance of the program took place in June 2018 in Poznan Philharmonic, during a concert closing the season 2017/2018. The event also marked the end of the great Polish pianist’s residency in our institution. In July 2018 both artists (Bomsori Kim is the soloist-in-residence of Poznan Philharmonic in the current artistic season) recorded the aforementioned works in Berlin.

The campaign of their joint album in the Poznan Philharmonic is planned for Friday, the 1st of March, during a concert “From the Golden Prague”, held in AMU Concert Hall with the participation of Bomsori Kim.



Due to the national mourning announced owing to the death of Paweł Adamowicz – Mayor of Gdańsk – Poznan Philharmonic alternates the program and the date of the 474. Poznań Concert, scheduled for Saturday, 19th of January 2019. “Halka on screen and on stage” will take place in the second half of year 2019, in the artistic season of 2019/2020.

Whereas the program of the 474. Poznań Concert, held exceptionally on Friday, 18th of January at 7 p.m. in AMU Concert Hall, will include, among other works, the famous Symphony No. 3 “Symphony of Sorrowful Songs” by Henryk Mikołaj Górecki. The concert, entitled “Sorrowful Songs”, is held in memory of Paweł Adamowicz.

Poznań Concerts’ season tickets for 19th of January, as well as megatickets MW, are valid for the Friday concert on the 18th of January.


Marcin Suszycki

We are pleased to inform that Marcin Suszycki, the concertmaster of Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra, was selected by the editorial board of “Głos Wielkopolski” newspaper and received a nomination for the Personality of the Year 2018 in the category of Culture.

You are invited to vote for our musician on the newspaper’s website:

The results of the competition will be announced in the beginning of March 2019 during a festive gala.

13 january 2019Szczepan Gawłowski, president of “Kreisel” company, has died

Szczepan Gawłowski (1958 - 2019) (Fot. Lukasz Cynalewski / Agencja Gazeta)

It is with sadness that we found out about the sudden death of Dr Szczepan Gawłowski – president of “Kreisler” company and sponsor of Poznan Philharmonic.

Szczepan Gawłowski had been a friend of our institution for years.

We would like to express our sincere condolences to the family

                                Wojciech Nentwig along with the Poznan Philharmonic ensembles and the staff


We are proud to announce that in the 5th National Competition for French Horn Players, held in December in Łódź, the musicians of Poznań Philharmonic Orchestra received main awards. Monika Paprocka-Całus got 1st prize, while Marcin Chrzanowski – the 2nd. Our sincere congratulations to the laureates!

20 december 2018Wielkopolska 1918 Symphony – Unique Poznań Philharmonic CD album

„Songs from Wielkopolskie Uprising times” and a work dedicated to the heroes of the Uprising, written one hundred years after this event, can be found on the album recently released by Poznań Philharmonic – “Wielkopolska 1918 Symphony”. It begins with eight songs from the Wielkopolskie Uprising times, in new arrangements prepared by young composers (Jan Krutul, Dominik Puk, Marek Raczyński and Jakub Szafrański). The pieces, same as the titular “Wielkopolska 1918 Symphony” written by Marek Sewen, were commissioned by the Poznań Philharmonic.

Poznan Chamber Choir conducted by Bartosz Michałowski recorded the songs, while the Symphony was performed by Poznań Philharmonic Orchestra and Poznań Nightingales led by Łukasz Borowicz.

In the album’s booklet, alongside the information on the works, composers and performers, you can also find a passage on the Wielkopolskie Uprising, the course of events and its meaning for the history of Poland, as well as photo archives from hundred years ago. The premiere of the album, which was released by DUX phonographic label, takes place on the 29th of December 2018 in the AMU Concert Hall at 6 p.m. during a concert entitled “Wielkopolska 1918 Symphony”.

The album can be purchased during the concerts of Poznań Philharmonic and in good music stores.


… VALUABLE AWARDS. Four recently announced nominations to International Classical Music Awards for Polish artists should not pass unnoticed. One of the most valued is for Łukasz Borowicz and Poznań Philharmonic Orchestra for the recording of two Feliks Nowowiejski’s symphonies, as he is another composer of the last century, whose music is worth remembering…

The excerpt derives from an article by Jacek Marczyński, the reviewer of Rzeczpospolita newspaper, in which he pays tribute to the album recorded by Poznań Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Łukasz Borowicz and released by DUX label. The album is the world phonographic premiere of both of Feliks Nowowiejski’s works.

For the whole article – see here:
Rzeczpospolita, 19.12.2018, Jacek Marczyński – Scores Recovered or Rewritten

19 december 2018The box office of the Poznan Philharmonic

We would like to inform you that the box office will be closed on the 24 th of December. We encourage you to purchase tickets online.


In the beginning of this year Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra was presented one of the most prestigious music awards in the world – ICMA 2018 (International Classical Music Awards). We received it for the recording of Feliks Nowowiejski’s “Quo Vadis” oratorio, performed by soloists (Wioletta Chodowicz, Robert Gierlach and Wojciech Gierlach), Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir prepared by Violetta Bielecka and Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra led by Łukasz Borowicz.

On Friday, the 23rd of November, the nominations for ICMA 2019 were announced. We are extremely happy to inform, that once again we have received a nomination for this prestigious award. The recordings of Feliks Nowowiejski’s Symphonies No. 2 and 3, performed by Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Łukasz Borowicz and prepared by DUX record label, were put on the list of albums nominated for ICMA 2019 in the category of symphonic music. Other works nominated in the category include the album featuring Leonard Bernstein’s Symphony No. 2 by Berliner Philharmoniker and Krystian Zimmerman, led by Simon Rattle, or Dmitri Shostakovich’s Symphonies No. 4 and 11 performed by Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andris Nelsons.

It is worth highlighting that the album with Nowowiejski’s symphonies was a world phonographic premiere. In 2018 it received the Supersonic Pizzicato Award given by Luxembourgian Pizzicato music magazine. Remy Franck described it this way: Łukasz Borowicz handles the musical details very accurately, so that the music becomes very rhetorical. That’s why the recordings are important not only as phonographic premieres, but also because they show Nowowiejski’s music in a better light, almost enhancing the incomprehensible question: why has it taken both of these works so long to become a part of the repertoire? DUX album is a notable contribution in the evocation and revival of 20th century symphonic music.


Due to a number of events happening in the afternoon and in the evening of the 11th of November in the vicinity of University Concert Hall, the nearby streets will be closed for vehicle traffic. We kindly ask those coming to the “Celebrating the Centenary of Poland’s Independence” concert, which starts at 6 p.m. in the Poznan Philharmonic, to arrive to the venue earlier, at 5:45 p.m. at the very latest.

As the concert is associated with the event “100 for 100. Musical decades of freedom”, the first part will be recorded – the rebroadcast is scheduled to go on air of Polish Radio Program II on the 13th of November 2018 about 8:30 p.m.

29 october 2018The box office of the Poznan Philharmonic

We would like to inform you that the box office will be closed on the 2nd of November. We encourage you to purchase tickets online.


On the 27th of October Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra performed in Auditorium di Milano – the headquarters of the Giuseppe Verdi Symphony Orchestra of Milan, which in the capital of the Lombardy region serves also as a Philharmonic. During the concert entitled “With Chopin at Verdi’s” the PP Orchestra presented Polish repertoire: from Karol Kurpiński, through Henryk Wieniawski and Krzysztof Penderecki to Frédéric Chopin.

The concert of the Poznan orchestra – led by Łukasz Borowicz and with the participation of pianist Yulianna Avdeewa and violinist Bomsori Kim, received a warm welcome from the international audience; both of the soloists, as well as the orchestra, had to encore.

Among the listeners there were a hundred members of the Poznań Philharmonic Friends’ Club.

26 october 2018Bastille „conquered”… by Łukasz Borowicz

Łukasz Borowicz, Chief Guest Conductor of Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra, on the 24th of October made his debut in Opéra Bastille and… won the hearts of the French audience. He is the first Polish conductor to have led a performance in the Parisian opera.

Borowicz conducted the recent production of Giacomo Meyerbeer’s “Les Huguenots”, which opened the jubilee, 350. artistic season of the Parisian opera in September. The performance, lasting almost 5 hours and requiring about 250 participants, is an immense work. Łukasz Borowicz dealt with it in a marvelous way, which resulted in receiving a thunderous ovation.

On behalf of the management and staff of Poznan Philharmonic we congratulate Łukasz Borowicz his success in Paris! 

For more details see: | Jacek Hawryluk, Paris, 25th of October 2018


In the newest issue of Angora magazine Sławomir Pietras also writes extensively about our conductor’s success:

 (…) From the first bars he conducted freely and emotionally, influencing the musicians in a friendly way, though at the same time being consequent in executing all the details of the score. During the performance of this immense work I noted that Borowicz knew it by heart, only once in a while glancing at the sheet music lying on the music stand. (…) A week ago Łukasz Borowicz was spoken of with admiration only in the backstage of Opéra Bastille – now he is on the lips of the whole Parisian opera circle. (…) Before the second act the audience invited Łukasz Borowicz, entering the stage, with an applause. After the performance he received another, this time a standing ovation accompanied with cries of admiration. All the soloist and a choir of over a hundred singers gathered on the stage applauded.(…)


See below for the whole review:

Angora, No. 44 (1481) | Sławomir Pietras, Artists’ Entrance

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