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Having performed with great success as Segeste (and accompanied by musicians of the {oh!}  Orkiestra Historyczna) in a stage version of J. A. Hasse’s opera „Arminio” in Prague, Ostrava and Gliwice, Karol Kozłowski is now heading northward. Johann Valentin Meder wrote his Oratorio Passion according to St. Matthew in 1701 in Gdańsk. Mr. Kozłowski, acclaimed for his interpretations of Bach’s both Passions as the Evangelist, was invited...

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On the 9th of September 2016 after almost 300 years of oblivion the opera of Leonardo Vinci “Semiramide riconosciuta” with the libretto of Pietro Metastasio returns to the stage. The forgotten masterpiece will have its Polish premiere in Warsaw at the Royal Theatre in the Old Orangery of the Royal Łazienki Museum. The stage director of the opera is Ewelina Pietrowiak and the Royal Baroque Ensemble will be led by Marco Vitale. Karol...

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Karol Kozłowski and his younger brother Mischa, a pianist, have performed Robert Schumann’s ‘Dichterliebe’ few times so far, i.e. at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic in Gdańsk or Auditorium al Duomo in Florence. On the 3rd of September, during the opening evening of the 8th International Chamber Music Festival ‘Music on The Heights’ in Zakopane both artists presented this one of the best-known song cycles with great pleasure once again....

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The recent release of DUX recording label is the album of complete songs composed by Ignacy Jan Paderewski. Karol Kozłowski and Anna Radziejewska (mezzosoprano) accompanied by the pianist Agnieszka Hoszowska-Jabłońska perform the songs to poems of Adam Mickiewicz and Adam Asnyk, as well as the 19th century French poets: Théophile Gautier and Catulle Mendès. All songs were registered in the original vocal parts and original keys....

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