We are pleased to announce that the album "Canzons known and unknown. Pelplin tablature. Adam Jarzębski" (RecArt 0033) by Filatura di Musica, released by RecArt, has just been nominated for the Fryderyk 2021 award in the "Early Music Album of the Year" category !. The list of nominated albums in the "Oratorio and Opera Music Album of the Year" category also includes the album "Józef Zeidler: Nieszpory", soloists: Robert Gierlach, Tomasz Krzysica, Anna Mikołajczyk, Agnieszka Rehlis; Sinfonietta Cracovia, Polish Chamber Choir, cond. Michał Klauza (DUX). The director of the recording of both of these albums is Łukasz Kurzawski from RecArt. Congratulations to the artists and many thanks!
On 23 of July in the concert hall of the Poznan Music School on Solna Street we finished recording sessions with the Diverso String Quartet. The album with Polish string quartets by Karol Szymanowski, Grażyna Bacewicz and Andrzej Panufnik will be released this year by RecArt.
On 19 March we recorded the opening night performance of Grzegorz Duchnowski’s composition Stabat mater for a mixed choir, soprano, string orchestra and percussion in the beautifully sounding concert hall of the Gorzow Philharmonic. Orchestra conducted by Monika Wolińska, Dorota Szczepańska (soprano) and the Poznań Chamber Choir.
On 13 and 14 March we recorded the MILES LIVES! Concert in the Aula Nova of the Poznań Academy of Music, organised to mark Miles Davis’ 90th birthday. The jazz orchestra conducted by Patryk Piłasiewicz performed the most important compositions of the duet between Miles Davis and Gil Evans. Maciej Fortuna played the solo trumpet.
On 21 February, in one of the venues of Estrada Poznańska, we completed the recording for the next album of the flautist Marek Nahajowski – Joseph Bodin de Boismortier 6 suites for baroque flute. In July 2014 RecArt released the first solo album by Marek Nahajowski with G. F. Telemann’s 12 fantasies.
Between 6 and 9 February at the Music Theatre in Poznan we made four recordings of the Polish opening night of Maury Yeston’s December songs, the composer of well-known Broadway musical hits such as Phantom, Titanic and Nine! The main part was performed by Edyta Krzemień, the most easily recognisable soloist of the musical theatre in Poland, with such stage production among her achievements as Les Miserables, Jekyll&Hyde, The Phantom of the Opera and Ghost. The staging was prepared by Janusz Kruciński and the lyrics were translated by Lesław Haliski. More about the opening night here.
On 28 and 29 November we worked during this year’s 10th Made in Chicago festival on multitrack recordings of two evenings and three concerts at Scena na Piętrze in Poznań – a lot of beautiful jazz sounds and emotions.
On 8 November we recorded the concert of the winners of the Blue Note Poznań Competition 2015 (image: Waldemar Wylęgalski). 9 different ensembles played during the nearly three-hour concert, including the best young jazzmen. We are now going to work on the mixing and mastering – the album will be ready later this year.
On 19 October 2015 we were involved in recording sessions for an educational application Orkiestrownik.pl, which took place in Witold Lutosławski Concert Studio of the Polish Radio in Warsaw, with conductors Jerzy Maksymiuk, Krzesimir Dębski and Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra (image: Marta Ankiersztejn © Institute of Music and Dance).
We have now completed our work during Musica Sacromontana X, the tenth festival of oratorio music in Gostyń. On 4 October we recorded a concert and on the following day we recorded Józef Zeidler’s rediscovered Mass in D major in the Basilica of Święta Góra. Sinfonia Varsovia and the Group of Katowice City Singers – Camerata Silesia, all conducted by maestro Jerzy Maksymiuk. It was both a great joy and honour! Images from the concert available here.
Between 11 and 13 September we recorded all the six concerts during the 13th Errantia Musica pipe organ and chamber music festival in Polkowice. Three pipe organ recitals and three duets: Białk-Colome, Nahorny-Mucha i Napiórkowski-Napiórkowski (pictured; image by Andrzej Wierdak). All performances took place in the Church of Michael Archangel.
A two-CD album Pasquale Anfossi Oratorio La Morte di San Filippo Neri recorded during the Musica Sacromontana festival, performed by Sinfonia Viva orchestra, the Poznań Chamber Choir and soloists (Iwona Hossa, Anna Mikołajczyk, Agnieszka Rehlis, Rafał Bartmiński), conducted by Tomasz Radziwonowicz, received a prestigious award of the Golden Orpheus on 24 June 2015 in Paris. Łukasz Kurzawski, RecArt, was responsible for the music engineering of the album. Congratulations to the artists! You can listen to the album here.
Between 17 and 19 August we spent three days in the post-Cistercian monastery in Kołbacz recording beautiful music of the 16th and 17th centuries from the historic region of Pomerania. Vitae Pomeranorum Vol. 2 will be released by RecArt in autumn (Catalogue No. 0018). The album is made in cooperation with the Early Music Academy Foundation from Szczecin.
On 28 June at the Concert Hall of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań we recorded a concert entitled That Last Sunday (image from the rehearsal). The artists of the Music Theatre in Poznań performed the most popular songs from the Interwar Years. Grażyna Brodzińska performed on stage as the guest singer.
Between 1 and 3 June, at the Lódź Academy of Music, we recorded 5 violin sonatas composed by Jean-Fery Rebel. The premiere recording of these reconstructed baroque works are part of the Ph. D. thesis of the violinist Judyta Tupczyńska, who specialises in early music performance.
On 17 May, in the beautiful historic Great Room of the Royal Palace in Warsaw, we recorded the concert entitled Polish Music Rediscovered – the Songs of Jan and Mieczysław Karłowicz. Some of the compositions were performed for the first time in a hundred years. Among the performing artists was Professor Jadwiga Rappe (alto).
On 15 May at the Gorzow Philharmonic we had the joy and the challenge of recording the first ever performance of Marcin Jachim’s symphonic poem Afekty (Emotions) at the opening of 3rd Wojciech Kilar Festival of Contemporary Music.
The album with songs of Eugeniusz Morawski, performed by Agnieszka Rehlis (mezzo-soprano) and Tadeusz Domanowski (piano) has been nominated in the category “solo recital - album of the year”!!!
The albums nominated in the category “choral and oratorio music – album of the year” include the recording of last year’s Musica Sacromontana Festival in Gostyń – Pasquale Anfossi: Oratorio La morte di San Filippo – released by DUX and produced by Łukasz Kurzawski.
The awards ceremony will take place on 23 April. Congratulations to the nominated artists and… fingers crossed!
Between 27 and 29 December at the Zamek Culture Centre in Leśnica near Wrocław we organised recording sessions for another album of Trio Brillante (Magdalena Pilch – Romantic flute, Marek Pilch – the spinet piano, Bartosz Kokosza – cello). The album will include beautiful Romantic compositions of Felix Mendelssohn, Carl Maria von Weber and Carl Czerny.
The previous album of the group was released by RecArt in June 2011 (Catalogue No. 0003).
End of the year marks a number of volin recordings for us. First, we spent three days at the Wrocław Academy of Music recording a monograph of Hugo Reinhold’s compositions (including the violin sonata Op. 24) performed by Aleksandra Milcarz, a Ph. D. student. On 15 and 16 December we recorded an album by a young talented violinist Marcin Ostrowski. The recording took place at a cult venue – the Chopin Manor House in Duszniki-Zdrój (pictured).
Yet another Made in Chicago festival took place in Poznan between 17and 23 November. This year we took care of the recording and sound arrangement of the concerts at Scena na Piętrze. Great jazz sounds included Lee Konitz Quartet, Fitted Shards, Gray Wilkerson Ra Trio and Our Roots. More about the festival here.
On 20 November we visited Gdynia to record the album of the choir Duc in altum. The recording took place in the interesting acoustics of the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and St Peter the Fisherman. More about the group here.
On 28 October we had great pleasure and challenge of recording the opening night of Oskar Kolberg’s opera A scene at the tavern or the return ofJohnny (image by Radek Lak). The event took place in the Polish Theatre in Poznan. The soloists included: Anna Lasota, Łukasz Wilda i Maciej Straburzyński. They were accompanied by Accademia dell Arcadia orchestra and the vocal group “Nemrod” conducted by Bartłomiej Stankowiak.
On 17 October in the marvellous interiors of the Palace on Water in the Royal Łazienki in Warsaw we recorded a concert of Polish music from the 18th century (picture from the rehearsal). A number of the compositions were performed for the very first time, having been recovered from the archives or reconstructed. The concert entitled Polish Music Rediscovered. Religious music in 18thcentury was organised in cooperation with Musica Patria Society and the National Institute of Culture. The concert program included works by Kazimierz Boczkowski, Roman Zajączkowski, Krystian Józef Ruth, Paweł Sieprawski, Eliasz Karmelita, Marcin Józef Żebrowski, Józef Zeidler and fragments from TheDygulska Hymnal.
The album released by RecArt, Mieczysław Weinberg - Works for Violin and Piano (RecArt 0006) – by Ewelina Nowicka (violin) and Milena Antoniewicz (piano) was nominated for Fryderyk 2014 in the category “chamber music – album of the year”.
The nominees also include our production recorded in Gostyń and released by Józef Zeidler Society of Święta Góra Music Enthusiasts, NETBOX Inc. and DUX - Józef Zeidler, Piotr Niestrawski – Musica Sacromontana (VII), by Anna Mikołajczyk-Niewiedział, Anna Karasińska and Sinfonia Viva conducted by Tomasz Radziwonowicz, in the category “early and baroque music – album of the year”.
Łukasz Kurzawski was responsible for audio engineering of both these albums. Congratulations to the artists! We are very happy for you!
Between 5 and 7 October we held recording sessions for the 10th album in the Musica Sacromontana series. The PolishOrchestra "Sinfonia Iuventus" and the Polish Chamber Choir "Schola Cantorum Gedanensis" led by Jan Łukaszewski performed in the Basilica of Święta Góra in Gostyń. The performance was conducted by Paweł Przytocki. Music recovered from the archives for this occasion included Missa Pastorytia in G by Józef Zeidler (from the collections of the Archdiocese Archive in Gniezno) and Sinfonia ex F (from the collections of the Święta Góra Library) composed by Antoni Habel. More about the festival here.
Between 26 and 28 September we recorded all the ten concerts during the 12th Pipe Organ and Chamber Music Festival – Errantia Musica in Polkowice. The performers included: Motion Trio (pictured), The TreeX, Vołosi, Cellostrada, Patrycja Piekutowska, Michal Białk and young pipe organ players – Bogusław Raba, Andrzej Szadejko and Witold Zalewski.
On 18 and 19 July at the Krzysztof Komeda Studio of the Merkury Radio in Poznań we recorded nine original compositions of the Polish-Dutch group Omega Impact led by Grzegorz Marciniak written to the poems of Julian Tuwim. The group visited Poland during their tour. More on Omega Impact here.
Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Queen, Pink Floyd, The Beatles… it is rather rare for us to record their music. However, between 11 and 13 July, at the brand new concert hall of the Bydgoszcz Academy of Music, we recorded arrangements for string quintet of such pieces as Bohemian Rhapsody, Yesterday or Smoke on the water performed by the Spring Quintet. More about the group here.
On 3 July at the Aula Nova of the Poznan Academy of Music, we recorded Krzysztof Komeda’s music performed by Patryk Piłasiewicz Jazz Collective (his photograph). The album will be released by RecArt in autumn this year and will also include fragments of the group’s concert at the Krzysztof Komeda Studio in the Merkury Radio in Poznań as well as remixes.
Between 20 and 29 June we recorded all the five concerts during the 5th Artelier Festival in Szczecin. The performing artists included Atom String Quartet (pictured, image by Piotr Szlingiert), a group of the Renaissance flutes players – Epithalamion and Astor Piazzolla Project. More about the festival here.
Between 16 and 23 May the 2nd Wojciech Kilar Contemporary Music Festival took place in the Gorzów Philharmonic. We recorded two concerts, including the festival’s finale with compositions by Kilar and Lutosławski, as well as the first ever performance of Lukasz Pieprzyk’s symphonic poem Magneto for symphonic orchestra and tape.
We spent 6 and 7 April in the beautiful and comfortable ResPublica Studios in Lubrza recording Polish, German and Czech arias performed by Anna Budzyńska (soprano) and Tomasz Sośniak (piano). Over half of the recorded compositions will be released for the first time on an album – by Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.
On 23st day of May at the Auditorium of the Poznan Academy of Music we recorded the electro-acoustic concert "Music with electricity" (monographic concert of composer Magdalena Dlugosz). It takes place in the 43rd International Festival of Contemporary Music, Poznan Musical Spring.
On 31st day of August in the Adam Mickiewicz University concert hall in Poznan we registered a great concert of the Music Theatre from Poznań (photo by Anthony Hoffman). Soloists, choir and orchestra, invited guests and winners of the tournament I love Mozart - whole concert conducted by Jose Maria Florencio. The program includes the most beautiful parts of operettas and musicals.
On August 28th-30th in the Church of St. Trinity in Chojna (Poland) Famd.pl orchestra recorded beautiful symphonies written by Czech composer Anton Rossetti. Orchestra was led by conductor Paul Osuchowski. Recording was organized by Fundacja Akademia Muzyki Dawnej from Szczecin.
We are pleased to announce that from September 2013 CD's realased by RecArt publishing company will be digitally distributed by Naxos! Music from RecArt will be available on all major websites with audio files and also in the Naxos Music Library. This will help our CDs reach out to a wider amount of music lovers.
On 21st day of June in the beautiful, a packed full with audience amphitheater in Gorzow Wielkopolski we recorded a concert named "United Forces of Culture". Gorzów Philharmonic Orchestra led by Monika Wolińska, and as a soloist, pianist Tadeusz Domanowski.
On June 14th-16th, we recorded all eight concerts of 11th edition of the Organ and Chamber Music Festival Errantia Musica in Polkowice. The festival program was very varied - from organ and piano recitals (Michał Białk, Marcin Dominik Głuch) jazz improvisation (The Colors of Space) to argentine tango (Wieslaw Przadka and Rafal Karasiewicz - pictured, photo by Andrew Wierdak) the choral music (Cantabile Choir), and even the sacro-pop (Mistic).
Four days from the 5th to 8th June 2013 we spent in Otrębusy near Warsaw, in the Mazowsze Polish Song and Dance Ensemble base recording the most beautiful Polish folk tunes arranged for large orchestra led by maestro Jacek Boniecki.
24th day of May 2013 we spent in Polish Radio Szczecin Concert Studio S1 recording music for a new CD of Polish-Danish jazz quartet K.R.A.N. (Tomasz Licak - sax, Marek Kadziela - guitar, Richard Andersson - bass, Kasper Tom Christiansen - dr.). And for a dessert, we recorded an evening concert.
On the 18th of May in the Garrison St. Adalbert Church in Szczecin we recorded concert named "Beethoven non plus ultra". Famd.pl Orchestra under the direction of Pawel Osuchowski and solist Joanna Tylkowska - soprano. The concert included the Beethoven's Fourth Symphony in B flat major, Op. 60, and Egmont, Op. 84th. The concert was a part of X Szczecin Early Music Festival. More about the festival here.
On the 10th and 11th of March 2013 in Otrębusy once again we did the recording sessions of the Mazowsze Polish Song and Dance Ensemble. Orchestra, choir and soloists under the direction of Jack Boniecki recorded compositions by Stanislaw Moniuszko, Fryderyk Chopin and traditional Polish songs in beautiful arrangements.
On the 9th of March in Kalisz Philharmonic Hall we made last recordings for monographic album with compositions by Mieczyslaw Weinberg. In sessions took part Ewelina Nowicka (violin) and Milena Antoniewicz (piano). The album is part of a project called "Forbidden Music", which aims to promote the work of composers, mostly of Jewish origin, imprisoned in concentration camps or forced to leave the country during World War II. More about the project here.
At the end of January 2013 in the Radio Merkury Poznan Polish Radio recording studio we registered music of jazz trio lead by drummer Marek Jakubowski (Photo by Andrzej Mielcarek). The album will contain 11 new jazz composition. It will be published soon by RecArt.
On the 15th - 18 January in the Hall of M. Karłowicz Music School in Poznan we recorded music for the next Musicarius String Quartet CD. The album will consist of compositions by: Johann Sebastian Bach (Kunst der Fuge), Luigi Boccherini (String Quartet in D major, op.64), Joseph Haydn (Quartet op.103) and Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Quartet op.81). These works have in common that composers did not manage to finish them, but the parts are complete. The compositions are therefore even more interesting and intriguing. Ensamble uses historical instruments. Musicarius String Quartet are: Mikolaj Zgółka (first violin), Radoslaw Kamieniarz (second violin), Piotr Chrupek (viola) and Bartosz Kokosza (cello). The CD will be released by RecArt. More about the band here.
On the 13th of December in Gorzow Philharmonic Hall we finished the recording sessions for the CD with songs composed by Eugeniusz Morawski. Twelve unique artwork were performed by Agnieszka Rehlis and Tadeusz Domanowski. Recording was organized by Anton Bruckner Foundation for the Promotion of Culture and Art.
For two days (4. and 5. December 2012) in Otrębusy (Mazowsze Concert Hall) we recorded 18 beautiful, classic Christmas carols in new arrangements performed by the Mazowsze orchestra, choir and soloists. The recordings will be used for Polish TV christmas program and will be released on CD.
Four extraordinary evenings of top class American jazz in Pawilon Nowa Gazownia in Poznan - recorded and transmited live of final concert for Radio Merkury, Polish Radio in Poznań - this is the overall balance of our activities at this year's Made In Chicago Festival. More information about the festival here.
"Tango Nuevo by Astor Piazzolla" - the new CD by RecArt is released. This is a debut album of La Vita Quartet. The CD is full of Argentinian tango master compositions in new, fresh, acoustic scenes. We invite you to listen to, and read and purchase a CD. Album can be ordered here.
13th November we have completed recording the orchestra concert in the hall of L'Autunno University. A. Mickiewicz University in Poznań (Photo by Catherine Zalewska). Orchestra conducted by Adam Banaszak, and as a soloist was pianist Ireneusz Bacon. The concert was announced Screen & Sound Fest - Let's See The Music, to be held in Krakow in March 2013. A few photos from the concert
At the beginning of November in Radio Merkury Poznan recording studios (pictured L. Kurzawski, photo by R.A. Igiel), we started recording sessions for the new album of the Tsigunz Fanfara Avantura band. At the beginning we recorded the drums and baritone saxophone. Is going to be a real ethno-folk delicacy. More about the band here.
On the first of October 2012 in Basilica in Gostyń we finished the recording sessions for the next, seventh Musica Sacromontana CD. In the recordings took part orchestra Sinfonia Viva, under the direction of Tomasz Radziwonowicz. We registered the premiere compositions by Piotr niestrawski. The CD will be released in the spring of 2013.
On 21st and 22 August in the Hall of M. Karłowicz Music School in Poznan took place recording sessions for the La Vita Quartet debut CD. The album will be full of music composed by Astor Piazzolla. CD will be published by RecArt in autumn 2012. The band "La Vita Quartet" are: Michal Glowka - accordion, Kuba Czechowicz - violin, Marek Dolecki - piano and Marcin Antkowiak - double bass. La Vita Quartet has won a number of significant awards in national and international competitions including Ist place on the 36th International Accordion Festival in the category of music by Astor Piazzolla in Castelfidardo, Italy 2011. More about the band here.
On 17th August in the Cathedral of Gniezno we registered the opening concert of the the fifth edition of the Polish Guitar Academy. The AUKSO chamber orchestra conducted by Marek Mos played with great guitar solists - Xuefei Yang (China), Anabel Montesinos (Spain) and Marco Tamayo (Cuba) and Lukasz Kuropaczewski (photo by Anthonii Hoffmann). The concert will be broadcast in the coming days by the Polish Radio Merkury (whose team participated in the recording) and WTK TV. More informations about Polish Guitar Academy here.
Another summer festival recorded by RecArt. In June and July we recorded four concerts of the 7th edition of National Festival of Organ and Chamber Music Komorniki 2012. Concerts were held in churches in Komorniki, Plewiska, Wiry and os. Kwiatowe in Poznań. We continuously cooperate with the festival since its first edition in 2006. More about the festival here.
On 4th - 6 July at St. Faustina Church in Plewiska near Poznan held recording sessions for the new album of Accademia dell'Arcadia. The ensamble was led by an excellent violinist, specializing in early music - Zbigniew Pilch (pictured). Album will be published by RecArt in autumn 2012. The album will include two symphonies composed by Jakub Golabek and two symphonies composed by Joseph Haydn. More information about Accademia dell'Arcadia you can find here.
All six events of the 3rd International Chamber Music Festiwal Artelier 2012 in Szczecin recorded by RecArt. Concerts were held in different locations of Szczecin - National Museum (pictured), Kana Theatre, St. Peter and Paul and the Church of the Queen of the Polish Crown. More information about the festival here.
At the end of June, we recorded in the Aula Nova of Poznań Academy of Music great arrangements of Gil Evans written for Miles Davis played by Jazz Orchestra, led by Patryk Piłasiewicz. Among the compositions were recorded tracks from the albums: Birth Of The Cool, Miles Ahead and Sketches of Spain. The trumpet solo was played by great young polish musician - Maciej Fortuna.
On 23rd June at the Basilica Świętogórska in Gostyń took place promotion of next, the sixth album from the festival Musica Sacromontana. The album included compositions by Józef Elsner, Johannes Baptista Lohr and Maximilian Koperski. Music producer of the CD is Lukasz Kurzawski. Publishers are the Association of Józef Zeidler Music Lovers, NetBox and Polish Radio. Among the performers were: Sinfonia Sacromontana Orchestra and the Polish Chamber Choir Schola Cantorum Gedanensis under the direction of Marcin Nalecz-Niesiolowski, Czech Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra and Chamber Choir of Poznan under the direction of Jakub Klecker and Gdynia Nordica Sinfonia Orchestra and Academic Choir of Gdansk University of Technology, conducted by Mariusz Mroz. Fragments of the recording you can listen in RECORDINGS. Photos from the event can be seen here.
On 21st June in the great acoustics of the Concert Hall of the Pomeranian Philharmonic in Bydgoszcz we made the last recordings of the pianist's Tadeusz Domanowski solo album. Most of the recorded compositions is extremely difficult transcriptions by Vladimir Horovitz. In addition, the album will include works by Sergei Prokofiev and Robert Schumann. More about Tadeusz Domanowski on his website.
In early June in Kalisz Philharmonic Concert Hall we made further recordings for the project "Ostracized Music". After compositions by Mieczyslaw Weinberg's now it's time for "Divertimento" by Szymon Laks. The international project "Ostracized Music" is designed to promote work of composers, mostly of Jewish origin, imprisoned in concentration camps or forced to leave the country during World War II. Their music was banned for various political reasons, such as in wartime songs of Jewish composers could not be performed in Germany and all occupied countries. For this reason, today in Poland are not yet discovered many valuable compositions, including Viktor Ulmann, Karel Reiner, Pavel Haas, Gideon Klein, and Mieczyslaw Weinberg. The recording was attended by Milena Antoniewicz (piano), Eva Murawska (flute), Heghine Mkrtchyan (violin) and Bartosz Kokosz (cello). More about "Ostracized Music" here.
On 4th - 5 May, in the extraordinary acoustic interiors of Villa Hermann Paucksch in Gorzow Wielkopolski, Marek Nahajowski (flutist and music theorist, lecturer at the Academy of Music. G. and K. Bacewicz, Lodz) registered 12 Fantasys by G.F. Telemann for flute solo.
On 21st and 22 April at the Polish Theatre in Poznan we made recording of the opera "The Magic Flute" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The show was organized by the Academy of Music in Poznan. Artists led by conductor prof. Marcin Sompoliński (music supervisor) and Adam Banaszak. The performers were: Students Fac. Vocal (tutor soloists: Katarzyna Kędzierska) Students Symphony Orchestra and Choir of the Academy of Music in Poznan (vocal music director Maciej Wieloch), directed the play: Natalia Babinska, set design and costumes: Monika Tymicka and Paulina Domaszewska and Daria Kompf - WSUS.
April 13 in the Church oo. Franciscan in Poznan we made a live recording of the famous oratorio "Messiah" composed by G. F. Handel. The performers were Poznan Chamber Choir and Irish Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Bartosz Michalowski. Exactly in the 270th anniversary of the first performance of the famous oratorio MESSIAH by G. F. Handel (Dublin, 13 April 1742) this incredible music sounded in Poznan in the original - the Dublin version. Among the soloists were: Marzena Michałowska - soprano, Peter Olech - countertenor, Maciej Gocman - tenor and Jaroslaw Kitala - bass. See photos from the concert.
On 10-12 April in Poznan Estrada hall we registered the material for the new album of Michal Stanikowski. The album will include compositions by Astor Piazzolla, Leo Brouwer, Rodrigo Joaquino, Maurice Ohana and Alberto Ginastera.
RecArt in Austria! The recordings for the project "Viva Verdi".
On 31st March - 2 April in the beautiful concert hall of music school in Austrian Wels we made recordings for project "Viva Verdi". The performers were Francesca Canali (flute) and Fausto Quintaba (piano). Among the compositions were recorded the most famous themes of romantic Italian opera by Verdi, Rossini, Donizetti and Bellini transcribed for flute and piano. Photo Gallery of the recording sessions is in the section Events
Since February 2012, in cooperation with Medien Vertrieb Heinzelmann RecArt CD's are distributed in Germany. Album "Vienna. Guitar Recital" by Michal Stanikowski (RecArt 0004) and "Flauto Brillante" by Magdalena Pilch, Marek Pilch and Bartosz Kokosza (RecArt 0003) are on offer one of the biggest German music stores - JPC
In early January 2012 we have recorded the music of composer coming from Srem - Alfons Szczerbiński (1858 - 1895). Most of the compositions were recorded with the composer's manuscripts. The performers were Christophe Alvarez (piano) and Thomas Krzysica (tenor). The recordings will be published on CD by Polish Radio. Is scheduled for release in September 2012.
We are pleased to present you the new album released by RecArt (catalog number 004). "Vienna. Guitar Recital" by Michal Stanikowski is a CD featuring guitar music very popular in the salons of the Viennese bourgeoisie in the first half of the nineteenth century and later, but inspired by what was happening musically in the Romantic era in Vienna. Celebrated triumphs there, such as a guitar virtuoso Mauro Giuliani ("Gran Sonata Eroica") and Johann Kaspar Mertz (on the album's "Fantaisie Hongroise"). The twentieth century brought the unusual composition of guitar literature, referring to his neo-romantic style to the works of Franz Schubert - a four-part "Sonata Romantica", by Manuel Maria Ponce. And for dessert, as a foretaste of another, already planned, next CD by Michal Stanikowski - only composition on the guitar of Manuel de Falla "Homenaje". Media partners: Polish Radio Program Drugi, TVP Kultura, Radio Merkury and Twoja Muza magazine.