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Meet our Orchestra

The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra in Lublin is one of the most famous and respected Polish symphony orchestras

History

The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic in Lublin is a representative institution of musical life of the Lublin region and the first post-war philharmonic ensemble in Poland, existing since 1944. 

Discography

The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra  in Lublin has made many recordings in which the most outstanding conductors and soloists from Poland and the world took part. The collection includes works by such composers as: W.A. Mozart, L. van Beethoven, G. Bizet, P. Tchaikovsky and the greatest works of Polish composers: H. Wieniawski, K. Lipiński, S. Moniuszko, K. Szymanowski, R. Koczalski and J. Kaczkowski.

The Organ

The organ installed in the Lublin Philharmonic concert hall is the work of the well-known and widely appreciated Alexander Schuke company operating in Potsdam since 1820. The design of the instrument’s voices was prepared by the head of the Company Matthias Schuke, and the final sound shape was consulted by the then organist of the Philharmonic, Robert Brodacki

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The Symphony of fate

The concert “The Symphony of Fate”, which The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra in Lublin conducted by Wojciech Rodek is dedicated to medics fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. The concert was prepared together with the Medical University of Lublin.

Strauss Gala

This year’s prestigious New Year’s Eve concert, performed by The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra in Lublin, maestro Dawid Jarząb, ballet dancers and a special guest, Andrzej Poniedzielski, the “orchestra” man.

Henryk Wieniawski - Man and Creation

“Henryk Wieniawski – Man and Creation” is a 60-minute biographical educational broadcast aimed at promoting the person of the Philharmonic’s patron, Henryk Wieniawski, and the role he played in the 19th-century musical culture of Lublin and the world (this is the first such Polish production).